End of 4th Quarter
- Macomb, IL 61455
- Line: SIU -14.0
D.J. Davis 13 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
6 plays, 51 yards, 3:19
Nico Gualdoni 45 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 28 yards, 3:09
George Wahee 59 Yd pass from Connor Sampson (Nathan Erickson Kick)
2 plays, 57 yards, 0:20
Avante Cox 9 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
5 plays, 80 yards, 2:52
Javon Williams Jr. 1 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
6 plays, 78 yards, 2:30
Javon Williams Jr. 8 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
3 plays, 20 yards, 1:01
Dennis Houston 11 Yd pass from Connor Sampson (Nathan Erickson Kick)
15 plays, 75 yards, 3:37
D.J. Davis 7 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 3:36
Clint Ratkovich 11 Yd pass from Connor Sampson (Nathan Erickson Kick)
13 plays, 72 yards, 3:29
Javon Williams Jr. 2 Yd Run (Nico Gualdoni Kick)
7 plays, 59 yards, 2:32
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