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Archive for Monday, August 31, 2009

Haskell wins opener

August 31, 2009

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— The Haskell Indian Nations University football team received some good news and some bad news Saturday night.

The good news: Haskell drilled Trinity Bible College, 53-12, in its season opener on the road.

The bad news: Haskell’s No. 1 wide receiver, Casey Wilson, a junior who torched Trinity Bible for four catches, 117 yards and three touchdowns, suffered a compound fracture on his left leg. He will miss six to eight weeks, coach Eric Brock said.

Haskell has won its last three games at Trinity Bible by a combined score of 163-13.

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Carrie Coffey 4 years, 7 months ago

Yeah for real, who cares about the Math? Think about it a little longer while we are celebrating a season opener! Way to go HINU ~ Onward Haskell!

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number3of5 4 years, 7 months ago

Forget the math, JUST GO HASKELL INDIANS

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Jim Williamson 4 years, 7 months ago

First and foremost, attababies to the Haskell guys. Good win!

Now, I'm not a mathemetician, but the score of Saturday's rout was 53-12. According to the article, Haskell has beaten Trinity Bible over the last three contests 163-13. Therefore, the combined score in the other two games was 110-1.

Therefore, Haskell couldn't have won both of the other game because the only way Trinity Bible could've scored one point was to win a forfeit, 1-0.

That also means the score in their one other contest was a 110-0 Haskell win.

Am I reading something wrong?

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