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This team scored over 60 points in the first quarter against their opponent, setting a record at that time.  They scored 3TD's before their offense even took the field, 2 on blocked punts and one on an INT.

Who was the team and who was their unlucky opponent?

  

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6 hours ago, OldSchoolLion said:

This team scored over 60 points in the first quarter against their opponent, setting a record at that time.  They scored 3TD's before their offense even took the field, 2 on blocked punts and one on an INT.

Who was the team and who was their unlucky opponent?

  

Regular season or playoffs?

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11 hours ago, OldSchoolLion said:

This team scored over 60 points in the first quarter against their opponent, setting a record at that time.  They scored 3TD's before their offense even took the field, 2 on blocked punts and one on an INT.

Who was the team and who was their unlucky opponent?

  

I can think of a better description than unlucky. That team must have been pretty bad. 

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23 minutes ago, nolebull813 said:

the state record is 130-0. Jax University Christian beat a team called Victory Christian in 1973 by that score. 
 

UC only had 22 players on their roster! 

Wouldn't it have been same victory Christian out of Polk county who went to state last year?

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Wouldn't it have been same victory Christian out of Polk county who went to state last year?

No.  Victory Christian (Lakeland) played their 1st season in 2006 and were state runner-ups.  Most of the players that made up that roster came from the now defunct Evangel Christian squad that won a title in 2005.

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6 hours ago, nolebull813 said:

the state record is 130-0. Jax University Christian beat a team called Victory Christian in 1973 by that score. 
 

UC only had 22 players on their roster! 

just to clarify, the record I mentioned in the original post was most points in the first quarter

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10 hours ago, OldSchoolLion said:

In 2001, Naples scored a record 63 points in the first quarter and went on to be at Lely 85-0.

And from what I've read about both the Estero and Lely games, coach Kramer of Naples did everything he could to keep from running up the score.  

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