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Dropping in

It’s obvious the Twisters decide they have to attack up front, with some guy named Arnold, wearing number 50 but not in the program, even attacking one-time after losing his helmet. (Found him in the media guide. His name is Clay).

The third Arkansas penalty helps Spokane, but two drops by Frederick helps Arkansas even more. At midfield, facing a fourth-and-5, Rowley goes back to Frederick, isolated on Delenell Reid. It’s a good choice and a perfect throw. Six points because Koker hits the left upright with the PAT.

After Frederick’s drops, Rowley didn’t hesitate. That’s the mark of confidence.

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