Monday, November 24, 2008


Video Highlights from the Abilene News Reporter


Wildcats down Buffaloes in record-setting fashion, 93-68 - ACU Website
#9-Ranked West Texas A&M Falls, 93-68, at #2-Abilene Christian - WTAM Website
Football: ACU tops WT, 93-68, in record-setting game - LSC Website

ACU shatters records in offensive explosion
The Abilene Christian University Wildcats were all but unstoppable

Bernard Scott scored seven touchdowns and Billy Malone passed for six
TDs as the Wildcats reached the end zone on 13 of 15 possessions as
second-ranked ACU defeated No. 9 West Texas A&M 93-68 in an NCAA
Division II
second-round playoff game at Shotwell Stadium.

ACU's Scott makes case for Harlon Hill Trophy
Several questions were tossed about in the Shotwell Stadium press box
Saturday during Abilene Christian University's 93-68 victory over West Texas
A&M in an NCAA Division II second-round playoff.

"How long was that touchdown?"

"Does ACU even have a punter?"

"Can the scoreboard handle triple digits?"

On a national scale, one very important question may have been answered
-- "Did Bernard Scott clinch the Harlon Hill Trophy with his seven-touchdown

According to ACU coach Chris Thomsen, he did.

"In my mind it does, but my mind doesn't count," Thomsen said. "But I
think he's a Harlon Hill winner, personally."

Buffs 'D' struggles in playoffs again

A comment around Abilene after Saturday's West Texas A&M-Abilene Christian
football game was, "Heard the Wildcats came out OK in their basketball game."

The Wildcats certainly were hitting their 2s and 3s in a 93-68 victory
against the Buffs.

ACU quarterback Billy Malone, who wears No. 2, threw
for six touchdowns for the second time against WT, and running back Bernard
Scott, No. 3, scored a record seven touchdowns - six rushing - in a game that
may have caused the scoreboard operator at P.E. Shotwell Stadium to seek early

Defenseless: WT struggles in 93-68 loss

ABILENE - Second verse, same as the first. Only worse.

Abilene Christian scored touchdowns on 13 of its 15 possessions and 37
points in third quarter into a stiff southerly wind in blowing away West Texas
A&M, 93-68, Saturday in front of 11,797 fans at P.E. Shotwell Stadium in the
Division II second round playoffs.

Related: When they say shootout in Abilene, they mean it - San Diego Union Tribune
Related:Glory days are back at Abilene Christian - Fort Worth Star Telegram
Related: Week 13 Review: Oklahoma Rolls Past Texas Tech -
Related: On The Fly: The Game - Hartford Courant
Related: Keeping the drive alive - St Joseph-News-Press

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