Spokane was strong on both sides of the ball en route to a 63-42 win over Tulsa at the Arena on Friday. Read on for a short game story and check back in an hour for a longer version.
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Kyle Rowley tossed seven touchdown passes, five to Raul Vijil, and
Rowley bounced back from a three-interception performance last week with 307 yards passing and he also ran for one score. Vijil had another big night with 11 catches for 103 yards. He has 1,029 receiving yards and 31 TD catches on the season.
It came after the Talons (6-5), trailing 49-35, threatened to get back into the game on LaRico Stevenson’s interception early in the fourth quarter. Four plays later, Marsh picked off a Justin Allgood pass, giving the Shock possession at the
On fourth down, Rowley found Vijil open on the right sideline and Vijil raced into the end zone for his fourth touchdown and
Vijil broke away from defensive back Chris Royal and was wide open for a 15-yard touchdown pass from Rowley, giving
The Talons converted on fourth down for a touchdown on their third possession, but they couldn’t do the same on their fourth series. On fourth-and-2 at the Shock 12, Allgood fired a quick pass into the right flat while receiver Donovan Morgan continued running his route downfield.
The Shock sacked Allgood twice. The Talons had allowed two sacks in 10 previous games.