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Blaze fall short in loss to SaberCats

Published May 25, 2013 11:17 pm
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San Jose, Calif. • In Saturday's Arena Football League contest, the Utah Blaze had a huge advantage in time of possession, a decent advantage in net yardage, and the slightest of disadvantages in the most relevant category — points.

After sticking with the SaberCats for the entire game, the difference in the Blaze's 35-34 defeat was Kyle Brotzman's missed PAT in the second quarter.

Reigning AFL MVP Tommy Grady was 24 of 48 for 291 yards, four touchdowns and two picks. Mario Urrutia had seven catches for 126 yards, and Aaron Lesue had 10 for 117 yards and three TDs.

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