October 2, 2006

Trey Davis leads Farmington over Northfield

Last Friday night, Farmington traveled to Northfield and defeated the Raiders 28-13. Behind Gopher commit Trey Davis, the Tiger offense continually pushed the ball down the field often using their punishing left side to rack up yardage. In addition, the Tiger defense did a solid job of holding the hampered Anthony Jacobs to 77 yards rushing on 19 carries and Davis had a major sack that was a big turning point.

A week ago Anthony Jacobs sat out with a separated shoulder and still bothered by the injury, Jacobs only played running back against the Tigers. Anthony often jumps to the other side of the ball to play defensive end as well. And from both positions, Jacobs has been able to dominate portions of games this fall.

In this contest Jacobs gained 77 tough yards as the Tigers were packing the front looking to stop this beast. Although injured, Jacobs still hit the hole hard and it would often be the third tackler who had to stop him as the first tackler would get punished by the big charging big back.

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