Eastern Washington Wins Against VillanovaBy Naiwrita Sinha, Gaea News Network
Saturday, December 18, 2010
CHENEY (GaeaTimes.com)- The Eastern Washington Eagles have finally made it. Yes, the Eagles are just a step away from winning the Football Championship Subdivision championship title. Last night, the Eastern Washington Eagles defeated the Villanova Wildcats in the semi-final by 41-31 making their way for first time to the FCS final. They will compete for the final next year on January 7. The team that they will face in the finals will be the winner of the game between Georgia Southern and Delaware.
This is the first time that team Eastern Washington has been able to make it to the finals of this football championship. The credit for this success undoubtedly goes out to the Eagles’s Bo Levi Mitchell. He was the man who did the maximum wonder for his team as he gave his team a good support by going for four touchdowns. He ran a total of 292 yards for all those touchdowns, completing 27 of 38 yards. Mario Brown went for 104 yards with his 26 carries. Brandon Kaufman caught eight passes for 135 yards and then added a touchdown to his credit. Nicholas Edwards successfully added the two first half touchdown catches. Chris Whitney from the Wildcats threw for 95 yards. Angelo Babbaro returned the opening kickoff of 86 yards for a touchdown.
The Eastern Washington Eagles (12-2) have raised themselves to 8-0. Football experts were enthusiastically going on chanting about the outstanding performance that Bo Levi Mitchell rendered on the field. Eagles fans present at the Spokane’s Roos Field cheered aloud as their star Bo Levi Mitchell made a touchdown pass to Greg Herd on fourth down. The game last night was undoubtedly, a great one as it emerged out to be a hard fought victory for the Eagles.
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