The Alamodome in San Antonio was the site for the stand off between the Texans and the Memphis Mad Dogs. Both teams entered the game with even 3 and 3 records, tied for third in the Southern Division. With starting QB David Archer injured, the Texans looked to Jimmy Kemp to go against the Mad Dogs Damon Allen. Memphis opened the scoring late in the first quarter when fullback Bruce Perkins carried the ball in from the 1-yard line for a touchdown. Donald Igwebuike kicked the convert. Early in the second quarter Texan kicker Roman Anderson made a 43 yard field goal to get San Antonio on the board. Kemp and WR Kitrick Taylor capitalized on an interception by Charles Franks completing a 4 yard touchdown passing play. Anderson made the point after. San Antonio took a six point lead into the locker room at half-time following a 46 yard Roman Anderson field goal. Anderson opened the second half scoring with another field goal, this time from 19 yards out. Igwebuike missed a 44 yard field goal attempt but scored a single the Mad Dogs. Roman Anderson missed only his second field goal attempt of the year. He scored a single on the 34 yard attempt. San Antonio extended their lead in the third quarter when Kemp connected with Mike Saunders for a 42 yard touchdown pass. Anderson rounded out San Antonio’s scoring for the day hitting the convert. Memphis only managed to make up one point during the fourth quarter. Igwebuike missed a 35 yard field goal attempt to score a single. The win catapulted San Antonio from fourth to second in the Southern Division.
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