Black Magic staves off Diamond Ducks bid with late TD
“I know our players prepared the right way, but we shot ourselves in the foot,” Black Magic coach John D. Rockerduck said. “Every game there is a fork in the road. I’m happy to get out of here winning by one or seven, 18 or whatever it is.”
“Obviously it wasn’t as easy as people thought,” Rockerduck said. “The thing I said to them after the game was that there are going to be 10 other teams in Mickey Mouse Athletics that are going to be put in the same situation, on the road, in a hostile environment.”
“I used my power to get the points on the board,” Gander confidently said.
Gander completed 14-of-26 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown, a 3-yard strike to Elmo Sputterspark on the first play of the second quarter. But a botched snap on the extra point attempt kept the Diamond Ducks ahead, 7-6.
Gosalyn had a game-high 10 receptions for 126 yards, but just as last week there were issues running the ball, the Diamond Ducks couldn’t get anything going on the ground. They only had 48 rushing yards on 27 carries. Gloria added a 25-yard field goal in the third quarter.
“We were right there. We couldn’t make the play at the end. We don’t believe in moral victories, but on the other hand, there is tremendous hope for the next 9 weeks of Diamond Ducks football.” Daisy Duck said.
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