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BUFFALO (November 20, 2015) — The craziness started long before kickoff at Buffalo Bison Stadium Friday.
The northwest bank of lights went out, forcing both teams to turn around their offenses and drive to the south once they traversed into the dark portion of the north end zone.
That meant a lot of action on the south side, and a lot of visits into the south end zone. There 16 of them in fact, 11 by Corrigan-Camden, which raced out to a 54-0 second quarter lead and eventually won 78-35. It was one of the highest scoring games in Dublin history.
Dublin fell in the area round for the second straight year. The Lions won a playoff game in back to back seasons for the first time in school history. They are 2-2 in the playoffs under fifth-year head coach Bob Cervetto.