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  The Colorado Mesa football team made the long trip to South Dakota and got an extra present when they woke up this morning. The forecast called for a chance of snow but what they got was almost a blizzard with the field completely covered and flurries from the opening whistle to the final horn. The snow didn't stop the Mavericks as they churned out 392 yards on the ground in a 56-7 romp of Black Hills State on Saturday afternoon, pushing their record to 2-0 on the season. The win was the first for Colorado Mesa in Spearfish since 2014. The Mavericks rushed for 392 yards on the ground and finished with 549 yards of total offense, averaging 6.9 yards per play. Six players rushed the ball with four of the six rushing for over 50 yards in the game. The Maverick defense remained stout for the second straight week, limiting their opponents to less than 275 yards in both games. Linebacker Remington Green led the way with 11 tackles with 3.5 of those going for a loss. Pierre Hayes applied pressure on the quarterback, picking up a pair of sacks for 14 yards worth of losses. - Colorado Mesa Football

(DS#999 FS) Jr/2022 FS Nick CiccioColorado Mesa
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