Flyers’ Timmons returns kick to give Franklin County crown on game’s final play
By John Herndon
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 9:27 am
FRANKFORT – Anderson County had done everything it could.
For 47 minutes and 46 seconds, the Bearcats went toe-to-toe with unbeaten Franklin County. The Bearcats ran 84 offensive plays. They gained 618 yards. They even held the football for nearly 36 minutes.
They practically moved the ball at will – 36 first downs, apparently a school record – and matched everything Franklin County could throw at them.
Except Ryan Timmons.
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