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The Sequel

Tornado defense answers challenge from 2015 “Avengers”

Alcoa defensive linemen Ian Dunkin, left and Tristan Woody ready for the snap at the Class 3A BlueCross Bowl on Friday at Tennessee Tech. Photos by Jolanda Jansma

By Stefan Cooper
Editor
Blount Press Row

Cookeville — Credit Jack Warwick, Tristan Woody and Ian Dunkin with three of the night’s biggest stats.

Liberty Magnet was never going to dominate Alcoa on defense.

BlueCross Bowl Defensive Most Valuable Player Terran Cox makes the stop for the Tornadoes.

BlueCross Bowl Defensive Most Valuable Player Terran Cox makes the stop for the Tornadoes.

The No. 1-ranked and defending champion Tornadoes entered Saturday’s Class 3A BlueCross Bowl at Tennessee Tech with a Mr. Football receiver, a 1,000-yard back, a quarterback with 1,000 yards passing and nearly as many rushing, two All-State offensive linemen and a kicker that’s hit from 47 this season.

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