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Generals Topple Maulers in a Defensive Battle 20-3

In a tightly contested defensive battle, the New Jersey Generals defeated the Pittsburgh Maulers 20-3 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, OH. The Generals’ defense shone bright, limiting the Maulers’ offense to just a single field goal and making critical stops throughout the game.



New Jersey quarterback De’Andre Johnson completed 9 of 13 passes for 100 yards, while Dakota Prukop threw a touchdown pass despite completing only 4 of 8 attempts for 36 yards. Darius Victor was the standout in the rushing game, carrying the ball 15 times for 71 yards and scoring a touchdown. Cam Echols-Luper led the receiving corps with 57 yards and a touchdown on four catches.

On the other side of the ball, the Maulers struggled to find a rhythm on offense. Quarterback Troy Williams completed 11 of 16 passes for 70 yards, while James Morgan threw for 54 yards on 8 of 14 completions and an interception. Running back Madre London led the team with 38 rushing yards on 10 carries, and Isiah Hennie was the top receiver with nine catches for 53 yards.

Generals’ kicker Nick Sciba had a perfect day, converting 2 of 2 field goals with a long of 47 yards and successfully making both extra points. Meanwhile, Maulers’ kicker Matt Mengel was unable to attempt a field goal, and Nathan Hierlihy made the only field goal for the home team.

Defensively, the Generals put up impressive numbers, with Orr leading the way with 10 tackles, one sack, and one tackle for loss. Elston and Hines contributed eight tackles each, while Young and Randall recorded a sack apiece. Ford had the only interception for the Generals, who managed to force one fumble and recover two.

For the Maulers, Tezino had a standout performance, registering 15 tackles, two tackles for loss, and one pass deflection. Torneden and Tarpley III each made six tackles, while Gilbert contributed five tackles and one pass deflection.

With this victory, the New Jersey Generals improve their record and continue their strong start to the season, while the Pittsburgh Maulers will look to bounce back in their upcoming games.

USFL Box Score


# Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
9Dakota PrukopQB4836101900000
1De’Andre JohnsonQB9131000041200000
27Darius VictorRB00000157112100
29Kingston DavisRB0000082102250
80Braedon BowmanTE0000000032440
88Woody BrandomTE000000003000
13Alonzo MooreWR0000000011120
18Cam Echols-LuperWR0000000064571
6J’Mon MooreWR0000000043180
14Marcus GreenWR0000041400000
 Total 13211361032127121131361


# Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
12James MorganQB81454013-600000
11Troy WilliamsQB1116700021300000
21Duane GaryRB0000061901000
9Madre LondonRB000001038021130
80Matt SeybertTE000000001000
4Bailey GaitherWR000000002140
13C.J. TurnerWR0000000031190
17Isiah HennieWR00000160119530
38Josh SimmonsWR0000000044230
33Samson NacuaWR000000001000
19Matt MengelK000001000000
 Total 1930124012370025161120

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