Wellington did everything they could to slow down the high-speed locomotive of Wildcat football (7-0), and in the process were completely flattened on the tracks.
Despite running the polar opposite of the vaunted Air Canada attack, in an effort to milk clock away from the up-tempo, high-flying, touchdown-stockpiling offense, the Rockets were blistered for 38 points while scoring exactly zero of their own.
While it uncharacteristically took nine plays to finally do it, the Wildcats reached the end zone on their first possession when quarterback Tanner Schafer put two balls on a rope to Manny Ramsey and then Cameron Copley for the touchdown.
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