End of 4th Quarter
Alex Kessman 27 Yd Field Goal
Jeff Sims 1 Yd Run (Gavin Stewart Kick)
12 plays, 98 yards, 4:23
Alex Kessman 25 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 18 yards, 3:04
DJ Turner 60 Yd pass from Kenny Pickett (Alex Kessman Kick)
2 plays, 93 yards, 0:37
Alex Kessman 30 Yd Field Goal
12 plays, 85 yards, 4:45
Kenny Pickett 1 Yd Run (Alex Kessman Kick)
12 plays, 80 yards, 4:53
Jalen Camp 21 Yd pass from Jeff Sims (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
10 plays, 58 yards, 3:40
Alex Kessman 22 Yd Field Goal
17 plays, 78 yards, 8:54
Dylan Deveney 18 Yd pass from Jeff Sims (Gavin Stewart Kick)
7 plays, 75 yards, 2:03
Vincent Davis 38 Yd Run (Kenny Pickett Pass to DJ Turner for Two-Point Conversion)
9 plays, 75 yards, 4:01
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