Red Devils shut out by Ninety Six


By Clay Hamlett
Courier Sports

NINETY SIX — For the second straight week, coach Paul Sutherland’s inaugural season at Liberty hit a bump in the road.

Although the game felt closer than the final score indicated, the Red Devils were shut out 21-0 by the Ninety Six Wildcats, dropping Liberty to 2-4 on the year.

It was a game defined by big plays for both teams, as the Wildcats capitalized on long touchdown passes and a couple crucial errors by the Red Devils doomed their chances.

Liberty’s opening kickoff got the action started for the Ninety Six offense at its own 35-yard line. Despite the decent field position, a holding penalty and an incompletion on third down led to a quick three-and-out.

In the previous game, running back J.J. Hernandez had received the majority of the

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