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Continued: Reusse: Bethel survives scare by Auggies and their QB

  • Article by: PATRICK REUSSE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 5, 2013 - 11:54 PM

Peterson finally was able to take a knee and run out the clock. Scott had spent the last 3½ minutes of scoreboard time shouting encouragement toward the defense, hoping for a last chance that didn’t arrive.

“I was spying on Scott on most plays,” Mathis said. “We tried to keep him inside the edges of the defense. With him, you’re probably in more trouble when he brings the ball down and runs than when he throws.

“He’s still young as a quarterback … only a sophomore. Before he’s done, Ayrton is going to be known as one of the best players this league has seen in a while.”

There’s one thing for certain that Scott, who finished with 90 yards rushing and was 19-for-27 for 186 yards passing, would like to know before leaving Augsburg:

“Bethel beat us by a point last year and three today. Maybe we can get ’em next year. It would be great to do that.”

 

Patrick Reusse can be heard 3-6 p.m. weekdays on AM-1500. • preusse@startribune.com

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