By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
PHILADELPHIA – With seconds remaining in the game, it looked like for a few mere seconds that the Philadelphia Soul would lose for the first-time this season. However, after Soul kicker Adrian Trevino missed an extra point, the team responded.
On the following possession, the Baltimore Brigade fumbled the win away. Soul defensive lineman Sean Daniels was there to pick up the ball from Brigade quarterback Shane Carden.
Despite his team coach Clint Dolezel telling him to go down multiple times, Daniels scored the game-winning touchdown, as the Soul won 61-56.
Daniels scored on a 39-yard fumble return with 33 seconds left in the game. It was just nine seconds after Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh hit wide receiver Ryan McDaniel for a two-yard touchdown to cut the lead to 56-55.
Raudabaugh, who went 22 of 32 for 268 yards, had eight touchdowns in the game. Darius Reynolds had eight receptions for a 105 yards and three touchdowns. McDaniels had seven receptions for 86 yards and three touchdowns.
Shaun Kauleinamoku also had six receptions for 70 yards and two touchdowns.
Brigade quarterback Shane Carden went 20 of 34 for 291 yards. He also had five touchdowns, including two rushing touchdowns.
Julian Talley had seven receptions for a 112 yards and two touchdowns. Kendal Tompkins also had four receptions for 110 yards and two touchdowns.
Paul Browning also had five receptions for 50 yards and a score.
Daniels’ score was not the only defensive touchdown. Josh Victorian, a Brigade defensive back, picked off Raudabaugh for a 20-yard interception return for a touchdown.
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