Linebacker LaDarius Hamilton brings a swagger to the Bulldog defense.
Bulldogs Demolish Buffalo, CROCKET, November 16, 2013 - The Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs continued their charge towards the top on Thursday night when they went to Crocket to play the Buffalo Bison. Head Coach Seven Armstrong and his team made absolutely sure that they beat up, and beat down the Bison before Armstrong pulled his starters in the fourth quarter. This game went really bad for Buffalo as yellow flags were raining on their party. The Bison committed at least 5 personal fouls (one Bison player was ejected) as they couldn't keep their composure in the face of being easily outplayed by the Bulldogs.
5:32 Bison scored first when an apparent blown assignment from the Bulldog Defense allowed an 84 yard TD run. With PAT, Bison 7, Dogs 0
4:40 Malyk Johnson took a handoff from Armstrong and rumbled 54 yards for a Bulldog TD. Dogs missed the PAT. Bison 7, Dogs 6
00:15 Keegan Mitchell took a handoff from Armstrong ran in from 12 yards out. Johnson runs in 2 point conversion. Dogs 14, Bison 7
9:24 Mitchell took handoff from Armstrong and ran in from 19 yards out. Carlos "El Torro" Inguanzo ran in 2 point conversion. Dogs 22, Bison 7
1:08 Mitchell took pitchout from Armstrong and ran in from 28 yards out. Johnson runs in 2 point conversion. Dogs 30, Bison 7
9:54 Mitchell took handoff from Armstrong and ran in from 56 yards out. Addison Kirkland ran in 2 point conversion. Dogs 38, Bison 7.
8:09 Bison throws 62 yard td pass. With PAT Dogs 38, Bison 14
3:35 Armstrong runs in from 17 yards out on a QB keeper. Missed 2 point conversion. Dogs 44, Bison 14
1:47 Johnson took handoff from Armstrong and ran in from 11 yards out. Inguanzo ran in 2 point conversion. Dogs 52, Bison 14
11:06 Johnson took pitchout from Armstrong and ran in from 56 yards out. Kirkland ran in 2 point conversion.
FINAL SCORE: Bulldogs 60, Bison 14.
Once again, the Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs showed why they're the pride of Polk County Football. Their all out smash mouth defense and relentless running game never gives opponents a chance to breath. The Dogs did give up the first TD, but as usual, they don't panic. They just stick to their game plan and methodically choke the life out of their opponents. Like Bulldogs, they took the Bison by the throat and never let go until the master calls off the dogs and the game is easily a forgone conclusion. The Buffalo Bison did not have a good game, but worse, they set a bad example for their school when they lost their composure over and over again. They self destructed and appear to be a poorly coached team. The Dogs simply took care of business. Defensively, linebacker LaDarius Hamilton is a one man wrecking crew and brings that all important nasty disposition to the Dog defense. A nasty (but controlled) attitude is one of the hallmarks of a great defense. Honestly, I don't know what's funner to watch; the Bulldog offense, or their defense? One thing for sure, it's just fun to be there for every game and watch this amazing team. When we find out their next game and opponent, we'll post it on this website.
Willie P. Openshaw, Editor
The Buffalo QB gets sacked by the Bulldog defense.
Quarterback Haden Armstrong runs for a 17 yard TD.
Running back Malyk Johnson exploits a hole in the Buffalo defense.
Johnson cruises for a Bulldog TD.
Bulldog defenders get Buffalo for another loss of yardage.
Carlos "El Torro" Inguanzo picks up yards for the Bulldogs.
Quarterback sack again by the Dog defense.
Running back Keegan Mitchell has the ability to cut very quickly.
Mitchell runs for a Bulldog TD.
Mitchell in the endzone for another Bulldog TD.
Running Back Addison Kirkland picks up yardage.
The Bulldog defense swarmed the Buffalo backfield.
Head Coach, Seven Armstrong (left) told his men that they played a good game, but they still made some mistakes that were bothering him. He also told them that they can go as far as they want in the post season if they play their best and eliminate the mistakes.
Bulldog fans were celebrating in the third quarter.
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