Revolution clinch home field advantage

A rare Monday night football game ended much the way the other games have this year for the Texas Revolution, with a big 88-56 victory over the San Angelo Bandits. With the win, the Revolution clinched home field advantage, and a first round bye, in the upcoming CIF Playoffs. The team took control of the game from the outset. 13 touchdowns were scored in an imposing performance be the Revolution who began the night by scoring 22 unanswered points. Five of WR Tavarres Williams receptions were touchdowns. including one following a takeaway on special teams. QB Robert Kent all but wrapped up the MVP award with yet another stellar performance, throwing for nearly 200 yards and seven touchdown passes. ?For the season, Kent has 68 touchdown passes on the season, easily the league record (52 by Salina’s Chris Coffin last season). ?On defense, Safety Jerico Nelson had 9 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, a sack, an interception, a fumble recovery and a defensive touchdown. Not to be overshadowed WR Joe Adams had 2 returns for 99 yards, and 2 scores, giving him 3 return touchdowns on only 13 returns for the season.

Your Revolution conclude the regular season in Mesquite this weekend, June 4th. Following a first round bye in the opening week of the playoffs, the Revolution with play either the Dodge City Law or the Amarillo Venom on June 18th.? ?Since the regular season has not yet concluded, final playoff seating is not yet finalized. For Playoff Tickets, please visit our website: or call 972-422-PASS (7277).