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The novel then proceeds to follow the events of the championship game
as broadcast by Buck Coffey. This team came back from a 31-0 deficit to
win the game, all without their coaches. Silo had done all the trash talking
and major hitting while the team literally scored all their touchdowns
running the ball, keeping it on the ground. Coffey noted that Neely had
his hand in a bucket of ice every time he came to the sidelines. Neely
and Paul called the offensive plays, and Silo called the defense. They
never worried about flags especially for unsportsmanlike conduct, because
in their hearts and minds, they knew they would win anyway. Their first
score was a long drive with Marcus Mabry diving in for the score. The
Messina fans all had their radios on, because they did not know what had
The two major points of this chapter concern Neely’s return visit to his town and the replaying of the big game that made Neely stay away for 15 years. By..........
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