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Brett wade just had a pick six on the second defensive play of the second half.
This post was edited by Chemag2004 18 months ago
wade just had another pick.
Wade with pick three in the half. He's owning the middle of the field right now. He's reacting to the qbs and making plays pretty fun to watch.
How's his motor look? Is he all over the place? Thanks for the updates!
thanks for the updates brother
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Missed the first half but in the second half he's been dropping into coverage a lot. The team they are playing isn't very good but he's all over the field in coverage. He looks good in diagnosing the play and getting up the field on running plays and meeting the runner in the hole. but he's got the motor and is quick enough to make plays on the edge and in coverage from what I've seen tonight.
Wade is one of my favorite recruits from this class...him and Arnold.
Who missed the first half? You or wade?
Me driving up to the game after a meeting that ended at 5 coste some time. I assume thamm will have more complete stats on the game in his friday night recap thread.
By Randy Duncan
Special to the Star-Telegram
KENNEDALE -- Juwan Washington rushed for 223 yards and linebacker Brett Wade made three huge plays in the second half as the Kennedale Wildcats turned on the after-burners in the second half for a 48-17 victory over the Springtown Porcupines on Friday night. It was the District 6-3A opener for both schools.
The Wildcats scored four third-quarter touchdowns in a span of less than 51/2 minutes to turn a tight contest between the two favorites in the district into a blowout. Wade, a Texas A&M commitment, was the key figure.
Kennedale trailed 17-14 but took the second-half kickoff and used 6:29 to drive 71 yards to take the lead on Zak Michener's 15-yard run.
Then Wade took over. His leaping interception turned into a 41-yard touchdown return 57 seconds later. On the next Porcupine possession, Wade had a 30-yard interception return to the Springtown 8 to set up Ronald Hayes' TD to give Kennedale a 35-17 lead. Wade would add another interception in the game.
Washington's 33-yard TD run with 14 seconds left in the quarter removed any doubt as to the outcome.
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/13/4332444/defensive-plays-ignite-kennedale.html#storylink=cpy
One of the crappiest districts in Texas. So I am glad to see Wade dominating, would be worried if he didn't stand out against that competition.
It took him 57 seconds to run 41 yards? I kid.
He'll prob start next yr. natural natural football player.
The other news is he brings the Wood. He was an Ag from the word go, and has been a wrecking ball his last 3 years at Kennedale. This was 1 of the original Tiggie's Biggies.
This post was edited by iatggs 18 months ago
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