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Dampened By Rain, Lightning & Wagoner
Leigh Flanary got "crowned" by Nick Rabbit during the pre-game Homecoming
Shoate (#31) gets off a punt (above) for the Cardinals late in the first half.
light rain started just a few minutes before half time. By the time the Wagoner
band was marching their show (above) lightning was dancing across the nearby
sky. The Crimson Cadet Band was just taking the field for their half time program
when they were called off the field (below) due to lightning danger. The stands
were cleared and the start of the second half was delayed for more than an hour
before the rain & lightning passed.
Tyler Chronister had blocking for a few quick short passes near the line of
scrimmage like the play above in the second half ... but was often pressured
and sacked as seen below.
curious what this young Cardinal fan looked like after the rain started?
Thurman (#24) was too late to prevent this Wagoner pass completion but did prevent
the touchdown (at least for another play) in the fourth quarter.