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14-0 Columbus 1:41 left in 1st Q

Deerfield with a ton of pre-snap penalties.  I expect Deerfield to pick it up but right now its not even close, Columbus is superior. They just went on a 99 yard TD drive.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, SFL SPY said:

Columbus goes 3 and out and punts out of their end zone.

Deerfield gets a short field on the +29 yd line and drives inside the 5 yd line again.

Settles for a 25 yd field goal attempt

NO GOOD!

 

14-0 Columbus 6:13 2nd Q

 

DFB really blowing it and we aren't even at halftime yet

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1 minute ago, SFL SPY said:

Columbus 3 and out

Deerfield with another short field +30yd line.

Deerfield throws a fade on 1st down for a TD.

Columbus 14-7 3:53 2nd Q

 

 

 

THE BIG QUESTION IS: CAN DB PLAY WITH ENOUGH DISCIPLINE AND PURPOSE TO WIN THIS GAME? I feel they have more talent, but probably lack the intangibles. 

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Just now, DarterBlue2 said:

THE BIG QUESTION IS: CAN DB PLAY WITH ENOUGH DISCIPLINE AND PURPOSE TO WIN THIS GAME? I feel they have more talent, but probably lack the intangibles. 

Momentum has definitely shifted. 

Columbus just went 3 and out again. 

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