Danger rout Cavalry 62-35
Article posted on: 2013-03-25 00:00:00
The high-powered Danger offense found it's rhythm again against the Wyoming Cavalry with a final score of 62-35.
The Danger receivers were able to outrun the Wyoming secondary on multiple occasions. Quarterback Jameel Sewell threw touchdown passes of 6, 9, 10, 19, 24, 34 and 38 yards to receivers Corey Surrency, Andre Piper-Jordan and Kayne Farquharson.
Head Coach Mike Davis said, "I think that we can get deep on anybody with our receivers. Wyoming did some things against some of our formations that allowed us to get some one-on-one matchups and we took advantage of those."
The Danger were able to build a 35-16 lead in the first half, and then pulled away late in the fourth quarter 62-22.
The Danger defense held the Cavalry to just 109 passing yards and 31 rushing yards on 17 attempts. The defense was also able to put points on the board when Tommy Chavis and Michael Atunrase sacked the Cavalry quarterback in the end-zone for a safety and later when Ramon Broadway tackled the kickoff returner in the end-zone for a one-point rouge.
For a second time this season, the Danger were able to eclipse 300 yards of offense. The Danger receivers were led by Farquharson with six receptions for 95 yards and two scores. Piper-Jordan had three receptions for 56 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Surrency pulled in 4 receptions for 49 yards and three scores.
Nebraska will have a bye in week 7 before taking on the Texas Revolution at home in week 8 with kickoff set for 7:00 p.m.