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Supply notches 28-0 victory during weekend pounding of engineers

By Senior Airman C. Todd Lopez

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan (Oct. 20, 2000) -- The 35th Supply Squadron flag football team pasted the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron 28-0, Saturday at the main base football field during intramural flag football play.

SUPS coach Gregory Coleman said much of the credit for the team's win goes to quarterback Joe "Wheels" Riley.

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"His ability to scramble around in the pocket allowed him to see down field better and react to what the defense gave him," said Coleman.

Additionally, Coleman gave credit to defensive menace Sherman Foreman.

"He was able to disrupt the CES quarterback during crucial downs of the game," said Coleman.

While the SUPS team managed to post 28 points during the game and kept the engineer squadron from ever reaching pay dirt, Coleman admitted there was at least one tense moment during the game.

"CES posed its greatest threat at the end of the first half," said Coleman. "They were able to pick up two first downs and almost scored on [a pass] from the quarterback."

"This was the most complete game we've played this season, because our offense was able to score on almost every possession," the coach said.

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