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I was on the Interboro sideline for the second half.
The players were cheering. It was loud, but there was a sense of doom in the air.
Down by 13 points with five minutes and change to go, Interboro was faced with another third-and-long.It was getting to the point of no return. It was getting to the point of do or die.
The Bucs were forced to rely on the arm of senior quarterback Nick Rentos, who certainly wasn’t having his best game. Rentos was sacked twice, hurried five or six times and threw three interceptions … but the captain kept his composure on this particular down. He made the big throw when his team absolutely needed it. And Interboro, as a team, “never got rattled,” as linebacker Sonny Armstrong said.
Back to the third-and-long… Rentos dropped back. He had some time to throw and survey the field. Out in…
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