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BCFC extra: Rams quarterback has unbelievably good day

Langley Rams quarterback Dylan Tucker had as good a game as you can have Saturday, leading his team to a 75-16 thrashing of the Westshore Rebels.

Tucker was extremely efficient, throwing just 10 passes. He completed them all for an astounding 352 yards and five touchdowns.

Those are Madden football numbers, working out to a 158.3 quarterback rating, or the highest a QB can achieve.

Malcolm Williams caught five Tucker passes for 152 yards and three touchdowns. Daniel English caught three passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns.

Oh, and Tucker scored a major himself on a one-yard QB sneak.

 

- A perennial BC Football Conference powerhouse has fallen on hard times in 2014.

With longtime head coach Matt 'Snoop' Blokker defecting to the Calgary Colts in the offseason, the job has been handed to former Canadian Football Leaguer Brian Ridgeway. The first year bench boss has led the Raiders to a 1-3 record so far, with the most recent game a disastrous 64-20 loss to the Okanagan Sun.

That was a home field loss for the Raiders, who hosted the Sun at New Caledonia Park in Nanaimo.

The Raiders allowed 693 yards of net offence. The Sun gashed the Vancouver Island defence for 395 rushing yards, adding another 411 through the air.

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