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Somerset lost their QB early in the game.

 

They put Jordan Doan in the Wildcat er "Jack Rabbit" and offense started to click.

 

Between Doan and Oursler QB play solid the rest of the way after the injury to starter.

 

Hard hitting game.. Hazard has nothing to feel bad about. Somerset got hot and the 3rd quarter went there way... Makes two games in a row where a tipped pass up in the air has resulted in a TD.

 

Doan in space is dangerous... Did they run any of that in the beechwood good? That was the change in momentum in the game once he was inserted in the game and you had to respect it and he burned hazard in open field...

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Hard hitting game.. Hazard has nothing to feel bad about. Somerset got hot and the 3rd quarter went there way... Makes two games in a row where a tipped pass up in the air has resulted in a TD.

 

Doan in space is dangerous... Did they run any of that in the beechwood good? That was the change in momentum in the game once he was inserted in the game and you had to respect it and he burned hazard in open field...

 

Am I thinking of some other team, or was there a Doan that played for the Jumpers 4-5-6 years ago?

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Hard hitting game.. Hazard has nothing to feel bad about. Somerset got hot and the 3rd quarter went there way... Makes two games in a row where a tipped pass up in the air has resulted in a TD.

 

Doan in space is dangerous... Did they run any of that in the beechwood good? That was the change in momentum in the game once he was inserted in the game and you had to respect it and he burned hazard in open field...

 

No, they didn't run any Wildcat against Beechwood...I don't think.

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