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Spring vs Fort Bend Travis - 2019 Week 3 Football Highlights

Fort Bend Travis and spring both sitting 2-0 heading into a big non-district tilt…

The Lions come roaring out of the gate. That’s spring quarterback Aldyn Bradley connecting with a wide open Clyde Lacy, Lacy takes it 52 yards to the house, Spring up 7-0.

It’s 14-7 in the second when Bradley decides to keep it. Good decision! He gets to the edge and can walk into the end zone untouched for a 26 yard score, Lions lead 21-7.

Travis responds through the air. Eric Rodriguez gets it to parker Washington on the receiver screen, and that is exactly how that play is supposed to work. Washington goes untouched down the sideline, 68 yards for the Tigers touchdown to cut it to 21-13.

More Travis, Jarrell Farr gets it on the jet sweep, he cuts back and weaves his way through the Spring defense, 18 yards for the Tigers touchdown and Travis is within two at 21-19.

Still in the 2nd, Bradley lofts it up for Bailee Davenport, and what a job by Davenport to reel it in with one hand! Lions lead 28-19 at halftime, but this one gets wild in the 2nd half under the Friday the 13th full moon.

Bradley keeps it on the read option and he has a huge hole right through the heart of the Travis defense. He sprints 75 yards down the near sideline, all the way for a Spring touchdown, and the Lions open up a 42-25 lead in the third quarter.

Travis rallies back however. Rodriguez fires deep downfield for Washington, and check out the grab by the Penn State commit. He seems to make a highlight reel catch every week! This one pulls Travis within three at 49-46 midway through the fourth.

Travis gets the ball back with a change to take the lead, huge hole for Rodriguez on the quarterback draw and he breaks loose into the open field. 51 yard pickup all the way down to the Spring 5 yard line.

Moments later, Rodriguez punches sneaks it in for the game-winning touchdown, what a comeback victory for the Tigers! They improve to 3-0 with a wild 53-49 win over Spring.