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Miserable Weather Doesn’t Stop Tigers’ Passing Game

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Posted: December 14, 2013 at 2 a.m.

Kasey Ford thought he was finished for the night after he took a knee on the final play of the Class 7A state championship game Friday. That was before he was called to midfield to accept the trophy for Most Valuable Player.

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Bentonville's QB Kasey Ford, scrambles upfield for a first down in the first half during their class 7A championship game Friday night at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

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Bentonville's QB Kasey Ford, scrambles upfield for a first down but is finally brought down by Cabot's Jacob Ferguson  in the first half during their class 7a championship game Friday night at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

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