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Washington’s Ducre named College All Star Bowl MVP with pick-six

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If you thought we were done with football, think again. The second annual College All Star Bowl was played in Glenville, South Carolina and Washington defensive back Greg Ducre returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown to lead his team to a 12-6 victory.

Ducre picked off a pass from wake Forest’s Tanner Price in the third quarter Price was caught trying to make something out of nothing after a poor snap went rolling about 20 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Perhaps the weather conditions had something to do with some of sloppy play in the game. Snow storms during the week reduced the amount of practice team both teams could have.

“We only had one practice together, but the defensive unit seemed to play pretty well and holding them to no touchdowns was pretty good,” said Clemson linebacker Spencer Shuey told the Spartanburg Herald Journal.

His pick-six accounted for the only touchdown in the game, earning him MVP honors.

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3 Responses to “Washington’s Ducre named College All Star Bowl MVP with pick-six”
  1. jets12 says: Feb 15, 2014 11:18 AM

    The game was played in Greenville, South Carolina at Furman University.

  2. mydixienormus says: Feb 15, 2014 4:51 PM

    Go Huskies!!!!

  3. stoicpaisano says: Feb 15, 2014 6:37 PM

    Thizz face

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