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Post Game Articles
Dutton gives nod to defense
"Our defense stepped up," Dutton said of a group whose previous best low-point total was 47 against Columbus in the season's first game. "Grand Rapids (has) scored 92 points before, and to hold them to 28 is spectacular. Our defensive line got after them, and our secondary made it tough on them."
Colorado's 'D' stops Rampage
Rocky Mountain News
Grand Rapids came into the game as the second-highest scoring team in the Arena Football League, averaging 60.4 points per game, but the Crush stopped the Rampage four times on downs, totaled five sacks and recovered two fumbles for touchdowns.
Crush defense brings heat in 63-28 win over Rampage
Grand Rapids Rampage Press Release
The Colorado Crush scored 28 consecutive points in the second and third quarters en route to a 63-28 victory over the Grand Rapids Rampage. Rampage quarterback James MacPherson (Tucson, Ariz.) was sacked five times in the loss, fumbling twice and surrendering a pair of Crush defensive touchdowns.
Dutton, defense put on a display
The offense wasn't the only story. As Dutton said, the Crush's defensive line got after the Rampage, and specifically quarterback James MacPherson.
Rampage hope defense stays strong
In the first half of the season, defensive coordinator Ron Selesky struggled to find all of the right pieces to put together a formidable and consistent unit for the Grand Rapids Rampage.