November 7, 2010 at 3:41 PM EST - Updated June 22 at 1:00 PM
It will go down as one of the most memorable game in the history of Bron Bacevich Field.
Roger Bacon (8-3) wide receiver Michael Jackson started out the fireworks. Less than three minutes in he was on the receiving end of a 44-yard touchdown pass from Tanner Sprong to give the Spartans a 7-0 lead over Wyoming (9-2). With 2:07 left in the contest caught the game-winner on a 65-yard halfback pass from Brian Bien that gave Roger Bacon a come from behind 26-21 victory. Jackson ended up with five receptions for 132 yards and the two scores.
Bien was sensational as well with 131 all-purpose yards, a receiving touchdown, and interception on defense to go along with that well thrown ball to Jackson.
He wasn't the only one airing it out as the starting quarterbacks for both teams were fantastic. Sprong went 18-28 for 205 yards and three touchdowns passing for the Spartans.
Kyle Seyfried ended a brilliant career with a 289-yard performance through the air for the Cowboys. Roger Bacon held Seyfried to zero passing touchdowns for just the second time in his last 18 games. That would ultimately be the difference in the contest.
Roger Bacon now gets the opportunity to avenge a Week 7 loss to McNicholas (9-2) next Saturday.