Army's Hail Mary prayer is answered

There are 1 comment on the Middletown Times Herald Record story from Oct 7, 2007, titled Army's Hail Mary prayer is answered. In it, Middletown Times Herald Record reports that:

“I don't know. Just block it.''”

In his entire collegiate career, three years in and several players deep on the depth chart, Army quarterback Kevin Dunn had never even practiced the two-minute drill. via Middletown Times Herald Record

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TexasTwoStep

Irving, TX

#1 Oct 22, 2007
If you look at the film at www.goarmysports.com
(Knight Vision) you will see that Elliott Emerich (# 83)is interferred with prior to the ball arriving to the "clump" of five Tulane defenders around him in the end zone. So army would have had another shot at it. By focusing on Elliott, the tallest receiver for Army, five Tulane defenders were occupied, freeing up only two remaining defenders (of the total of seven defenders in the end zone) to cover the remaining THREE army receivers (Jeremy Trimble, Corey Anderson and Mike Wright). Mike came in late and was the free receiver when the ball was tipped.
He was in the "Wright Place" at the "Wright Time".

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