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COTTON BOWL: #7 Arkansas 29 #11 Kansas State 16


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The 2012 Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas has been won by the Arkansas over Kansas State, 29-16.

Joe Adams had his fourth punt return for a touchdown in the 2011 season as the #7 Razorbacks matched a school-record for wins with 11 by defeating the #11 Wildcats.

The other Arkansas team’s who have won 11 games in a season, is the 1964 and 1977 editions.

Adams’ 51-yard return early in the second quarter gave Arkansas (11-2) a 10-0 advantage.

Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson threw two touchdown passes.

Kansas State, who finishes the season at 10-3, scored 16 points in a row to close to within 19-16.

Wildcats quarterback Collin Klein tied the Big 12 record with his 27th rushing touchdown of the season and matched the Football Bowl Subdivision record for a quarterback.


*Although the two schools are less than 400 miles apart, they have played only four times, with the last meeting in 1967. Kansas State leads the series 3-2.

* The Razorbacks only losses were to LSU and Alabama, the national title contenders.

* The Wildcats losses were to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

* Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson led the SEC in passing for more than 285 yards a game.

* Arkansas WR Jarius Wright had 1,029 yards receiving on 63 receptions and 11 touchdowns. All of his stats are single-season school records. He produced all of those stats in 11 games and sat our one game with an injury. He led the SEC with 6 catches and 94 yards a game.

* Kansas State QB Collin Klein is very good. He accounted for 66% of the plays that the Wildcats and 69% of the team’s total offense. The 6’5, 226-pound junior rushed for 1,099 yards this season.


Info compiled from University of Arkansas, Kansas State University, Radio & TV news


HIGH SCHOOL Football game goes to Triad, 38-23 over Waynesfield-Goshen

Audio highlights courtesy of (WPKO-FM/WBLL-AM)

North Lewisburg, Ohio — Waynesfield-Goshen had a hard time on defense containing Triad quarterback Kaleb Deam, who rushed for two touchdowns and three for three scores. Triad defeated Waynesfield-Goshen, 38-23 in the opening game of the football season for both schools.

The Friday encounter saw the Tigers of Waynesfield-Goshen control the early part of the game. The Tigers scored on a 3-yard run by RB Gabe Hennon at the 6:08 mark of the first quarter. Anders Jensen completed the extra point and it was the Tigers 7 Cardinals 0.

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Jacob Waitman, who plays on offense and defense, intercepted a Kaleb Deam pass from his cornerback spot and Waynesfield-Goshen was back in business at the Triad 40-yard line.

From there, the Tigers needed just one play to score a touchdown on a Connor Mortimer pass to Jacob Waitman, wide receiver and outraced the defense to the end zone. Anders Jensen added the conversion and with 5:42 in the first quarter, Waynesfield-Goshen had a commanding 14-0 lead.

However, Triad was not going to be embarrassed on their own field in front of a nice crowd.

They started at their own 36-yard line after the kickoff and with Addison Ford leading the way, catching a 25-yard screen pass; a 25-yard running play and a 14 yard touchdown reception from Tyler Wilson, the Cardinals were on the board with 4:49 left in the first quarter, Waynesfield-Goshen 14 Triad 6.

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There was no more scoring in the first quarter until Triad got the ball back after a 41-yard punt by Jacob Waitman pinned them back at their own 8-yard line with 1:07 to go in the first period. An illegal procedure penalty made it 3-15- from the Triad 3. But somehow, quarterback Kaleb Deam did the impossible; he eluded the Tigers four defensive lineman who were all rushing to sack him and he gained 29 yards to the Triad 32 and a first down.

From the Triad 32, Deam found Split end Frank Edwards down the sideline and he was gone to the races for a 71-yard touchdown play with 39.6 seconds remaining. Triad was back in the game and trailing by 2 extra points, 14-12.

That ended a very explosive and exciting first quarter where both teams combined for 26 points.

We’ll have more on the Waynesfield-Goshen at Triad football game in our Tuesday posting.

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GAME HIGHLIGHTS (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

45 367 Addison Ford Triad RB 25 yard reception lst quarter (

45 368 Addison Ford Triad RB 25 yard run to WG 14 yard line (

45 369 Tyler Wilson Triad SE catches a 14 yard TD pass WG 14 Triad 6 1st quarter (

45 370 Frank Edwards Triad SE 20 yard punt return 2nd quarter (

45 371 Kaleb Deam Triad QB 11 yard TD run 2nd quarter Triad 18 WG 14 (

45 372 Cody Baker Waynesfield-Goshen RB 80 yard KOR 2nd quarter (