UW-River Falls' Albert Itula brings down UWSP's Adam Vesterfelt during UWSP's homecoming football game Saturday at Goerke Park in Stevens Point.
When the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point defense took the ball away from UW-River Falls, the offense knew exactly what to do: put points on the scoreboard.
The Pointers forced three Falcon turnovers - the first after senior linebacker Cody Siebel forced a fumble less than 2 minutes into the game - scoring 13 points off the extra opportunities to cruise to a 47-14 homecoming victory on a misty Saturday afternoon at Community Stadium at Goerke Park. The Pointers improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the WIAC and now are 11-5 in homecoming games the past 16 years.
"We fly to the ball to make plays, ...