Bulldogs lose to Dublin 42-7
by Halei Lamb | August 23, 2018 5:17 pm
by RON WEATHERFORD
Usually if a team rushes for 196 yards, it most of the time means they had a good night on the scoreboard, but not when your opponent rushes for 400 yards.
The Bulldog backs rushed for 196 hard earned yards, fighting for every inch against Dublin.
The Irish made but one sustained scoring drive. The longest scoring drive for the Irish during the game was 6 plays, and, at times, the Bulldog defense had more holes than a shot-up road sign with Irish touchdown runs of 84, 59, 41 and 31 yards.
The Dublin defense proved why they have THREE players with offers, including 6’5” defensive end Stephen Linton, who has offers from schools as far away as Arizona State and Syracuse. The Irish defense swiped three Bulldog passes during the game.
With the score just 14-7 at halftime, the Irish put the game away in the second half, holding the Bulldogs scoreless while scoring 28 points.
Dublin scored first when an Irish running back scored on a 41-yard touchdown run, taking a 7-0 lead.
The Bulldogs answered back, grinding out a 10 play 80 drive to tie the game at 7-7 on a Rejar Rock 3-yard run.
The Irish took back the lead three plays into their next drive when…
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