Second quarter
A: Murray 45 run (Butts kick), 10:59. [7-21]
A: Casey 2 run (Butts kick), 4:35. [14-21]
Ho: Blair 7 run (Stewart kick), :00. [14-28]

Third quarter
A: Pinnock 17 pass from Casey (kick failed), 5:41. [20-28]
A: Casey 32 run (Casey run), 1:28. [28-28]

Fourth quarter
A: Mullens 3 run (Butts kick), 4:42. [35-28]
Ho: Anderson 1 run (run failed), :12. [35-34]

Statistical breakdown

Leading rushers
A: Casey 14-115, 2 TD; Murray 7-73, TD; Team 26-185, 4 TD.
Ho: Anderson 25-177, 3 TD; Blair 12-81, TD; Team 46-289, 4 TD.

Leading passers
A: Casey 16/21, 176 yards, TD.
Ho: Blair 6/13, 100 yards, TD.

Leading receivers
A: Mullens 7-80; Pinnock 5-59, TD; Anthony 2-16.
Ho: Walker 3-38, TD; Anderson 1-36; Committee 1-24.

Leading kick/punt returners
A: Mason 3-73.
Ho: Charles 4-62.

A: 5-35
Ho: 6-55

A: 2
Ho: 1

First downs
A: 12
Ho: 13

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Third-down efficiency
A: 8/10
Ho: 8/13

Fourth-down efficiency
A: 1/1
Ho: 2/2


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