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Revs set to end season in Mesquite

This Saturday, your Revolution will battle the Mesquite Marshals in their final regular season game.

Revs set to end season in Mesquite

This Saturday, your Revolution will battle the Mesquite Marshals in their final regular season game. On May 20th the Revolution offense bombarded the Marshals defense with touchdowns on ground and through the air. Revolution Quarterback Robert Kent Jr connected with Wide Receivers Clinton Solomon, LaDon Hudson, and Brett Reece for six first half scores.? As a team the Revolution had 79 yards rushing. Revolution Safety Jerico set the tone for the defense that night with 10 tackles, in a game that ended in a 92 to 43 victory.

Since then the Marshals lost in the final seconds to the Dodge City Law, a team that has always competed well against the Revolution. They are 1 and 11 and their season has been a struggle. As the Revolution head into the playoffs, it will be a great opportunity for them prepare for similar playing styles to the ones they will see in the playoffs. For example, both the Quarterbacks the Revolution could see in the June 18th playoff game, Derrick Bernard and Nate Davis of Dodge City and Amarillo respectively have similar skill sets to Marshals Quarterback Kollton Browning. Also the Marshals have a number bigger Wide Receivers such as the 64 210 pound Cordell Robinson and 64 215 pound Jesse Shields. This will give the Revolution Defensive Backs a final opportunity to prepare for the likes of Amarillos 65 215 pound Kent McDonald or Dodge Citys 60 210 pound Daniel McKinney.

The most intriguing matchup of Saturdays game will be on special teams when the Revolutions Joe Adams and the Marshals Larry Miller Jr. hit the field. As a college player, Adams was one of college footballs elite Kick Returners. Since joining the Revolution in May, Adams has gained of 300 return yards and scored 3 touchdowns. Larry Miller Jr of the Marshals is the CIFs Kick Return leader with over 900 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The game will be broadcasted on cable television on channel CW33. To see the broadcast please visit: http://www.cwtv.com/thecw/stations to find channel CW33 in your local listings. Kickoff is at 7pm. Following this weekends game, the Revs will get a first round bye as the playoffs begin. They will then play at home at HR Bio Protect Field at the Allen Event Center throughout the playoffs. The will open the playoffs on June 18th. For tickets, please visit: www.texasrevs.com/tickets or call 972-422-PASS (7277).