Just like the first time the Texas Revolution (3-4) played the Nebraska Danger (5-2), the Revs first half lead was erased in the 3rd quarter. Up 20-14 at the half, the Revolution quickly found them trailing 41-27 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The Danger outscored them 27-7 in that quarter.
The only score of the first quarter was a long 42 yard field goal by kicker Brett Peddicord (2-4 FG). The defense looked solid forcing many airant passes by Nebraska Quarterback Jameel Seweel(21-30, 260 yards, 5 TD). Despite being rattled early, he settled down and was able to make plays with both his arms and his legs the rest of the game.
The Revolution went behind partially to two key turnovers. On Revolution drives, one in the Red Zone, QB Marcus Jackson (18-36, 210 yards, 4 TD), was intercepted twice, giving away great scoring opportunities.
Phillip Barnett (8 rec, 81 yards, 3 TD) and Mack Ogletree (6 rec, 83 yards) led the Revolution receiving core. Keith Smith added on a TD reception as well.
The defense was led by Frankie Solomon Jr. with 9 tackles. Scooter Rogers forced a fumble and Brian Ellis recovered a fumble.
The Revolution travel up to Green Bay to face the Blizzard on Saturday April 27th. As always, fans are invited to watch the game from The Londoner Pub in Allen at the Official Away Game Watch Party.