03 Сентября, 2017
But on Saturday night, the USC walk-on appeared in his first college football game and perfectly executed a snap on the Trojans' extra point to put the finishing touches on a 49-31 win over Western Michigan. Ronald Jones II ran the ball for 16 yards for the first score of the game. In the mid-third quarter, the Broncos reached into their bag of tricks, running a throwback to quarterback Jon Wassink for a 27-yard touchdown to retake the lead.
Late in the game against Western Michigan with victory in hand, the Trojans scored a touchdown and Helton immediately called a timeout. Carr added 69 yards and two scores on his seven carries.
Olson and the Trojans will host Stanford next weekend at 8:30pm EST. On the whole, the entire USC offense looked disjointed until the fourth quarter.Читайте также: Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott may play versus Oakland Raiders on Saturday
Jake Olson, a blind long snapper from Orange Lutheran, was brought in for the extra-point attempt, which was converted by Chase McGrath. Darnold, the preseason Heisman Trophy frontrunner, lofted a pass over the middle to tight end Tyler Petite, who was surrounded by three defenders.
Darnold will experience his first season opener as starting quarterback at USC and many believe it will be his last.
The game isn't over yet, but Western Michigan is tied with No. 4 USC - yeah, that USC - and this ridiculously creative playcall is why.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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