Bringing down the ‘House’

Marquis Teague - photo by Walter Cornett | WildcatWorld.comFirst it was a 9-0 lead in the first 90 seconds of the game.  Then it was a 20-4 lead five minutes into the game.  Then a 35-point lead before half of the first half was played.  Then a 74-13 halftime lead.  Then a 125-40 final score, your typical, standard 85-point win.  “We played really well,” head coach said. “That’s why the score was what it was.”  The absurdities just kept piling up. Three individual players for had scored more than at halftime.


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