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1 minute ago, Perspective said:

So, instead of getting a TD to tie the game, MI gives up a 95-yard pick six?!?!  Huge 14-point swing that no doubt turned a potentially close game into a run-away.   I expect running clock in the second half. 

yes, total game changer. Flags were hurting MC. But the coming storm was inevitable. MC is loaded !!

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As most predicted, this game was a complete mismatch athletically with size, speed, depth, playmakers all in the Central Rocket column.   Merritt Island made their supporters proud with the scheme, heart and determination they demonstrated throughout the entire game knowing the outcome was inevitable.  Congrats to MC as they are definitely the best team I have seen in Florida all year in any classification.  

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27 minutes ago, Ray Icaza said:

As most predicted, this game was a complete mismatch athletically with size, speed, depth, playmakers all in the Central Rocket column.   Merritt Island made their supporters proud with the scheme, heart and determination they demonstrated throughout the entire game knowing the outcome was inevitable.  Congrats to MC as they are definitely the best team I have seen in Florida all year in any classification.  

St thomas is about to take off 

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