One of the big stories in the NFL on Sunday happened to be Kirk Cousins leading the Washington Redskins to a big victory.
With Robert Griffin III going down, Cousins came off the bench to help the Redskins earn a 31-28 overtime victory over the Ravens. The victory kept Washington in the NFC playoff picture.
Per ESPN’s Stats and Info, Cousins became the first non-starting quarterback to throw a game-tying touchdown pass in regulation, and go on to win in overtime siince Cleveland Browns QB Derek Anderson.
Cousins finished the game 2 of 2 passing for 26 yards and a TD.
In the weekly recruiting info, Erie Cathedral Prep teammates Damion Terry and Delton Williams – both 2013 MSU recruits – have led the Ramblers to the Pennsylvania state championship game.
Terry was 12 of 20 passing for 165 yards and three touchdowns in Cathedral Prep’s 38-3 victory over nationally ranked Bishop McDevitt. He also had 13 carries for 75 yards and two touchdowns. Williams had 12 carries for 75 yards and a reception for seven yards in the win.
Terry now has 6,618 career passing yards and 85 TD passes – both District 10 records. He has 3,282 passing yards this season – also a District 10 record - for the 14-0 Ramblers, who will face Archbishop Wood in Friday’s PIAA state final.
On the basketball front, MSU two-sport recruit Drake Harris is averaging 19.5 points through Grand Rapids Christian’s first two games. The Eagles are off to an 0-2 start. Harris scored 20 points on Friday in a 69-63 loss to Grand Rapids South Christian. He scored 19 on Tuesday in a 77-67 loss to Grand Rapids Catholic Central.