Edwards and Garrett, who combined to account for 269 yards and be a part of all four offensive touchdowns for the Broncos, led the way. Edwards began the season at quarterback, but in the past two weeks has transitioned to the running back and slot receiver position as the game progresses.
The strategy worked perfectly on Friday, as Edwards had success both running the ball and receiving it from Garrett, a sophomore who impressed with his patience while completing 12 of 13 passes and throwing for four scores.
Mustang, which hasn’t lost since a 19-16 defeat to Yukon in Week 1, was impressive against the Tigers, but Nation was much more concerned with what his team wasn’t doing than what the Broncos were.
“It has nothing to do with anyone but us right now,” he said. “We’re missing too many assignments and making bad decisions. We’re going to go back to the drawing board, figure out what it is we can do better than anyone else, and that’s what we’re going to do.”
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