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Maulers Triumph Over Generals 26-6, Secure Spot in North Division Championship

The Pittsburgh Maulers secured their spot in the North Division Championship with a dominant 26-6 victory over the New Jersey Generals. The Maulers started strong, and their momentum never wavered as they outscored the Generals in three out of four quarters.



Pittsburgh Maulers – A Dominant Display


The Maulers’ offensive unit showcased their versatility against the Generals. Quarterback Troy Williams completed 17 out of 25 passes for 154 yards, throwing for one touchdown. He also rushed for 40 yards on six carries, with his longest rush being 19 yards.

Running back Garrett Groshek made a significant impact on the ground, rushing for 53 yards on 12 attempts. Madre London added to the Maulers’ ground game, rushing for 16 yards on nine attempts and securing a touchdown.

In the receiving department, Isiah Hennie stood out with six receptions for 48 yards and a touchdown. Tre Walker and Josh Simmons contributed with two receptions each for 23 and 22 yards respectively.

Kicker Chris Blewitt was also in fine form, converting two extra points, as well as nailing a field goal from beyond 50 yards.


The Maulers’ defense stifled the Generals’ offense throughout the game. Defensive tackle Boogie Roberts and Nasir Player each recorded a sack. Kyahva Tezino was exceptional at middle linebacker, leading the team with five tackles. Cornerback Mark Gilbert and safety Arnold Tarpley III both grabbed an interception.

New Jersey Generals – Struggling to Find Rhythm


The Generals’ offense couldn’t find their groove. Quarterback De’Andre Johnson struggled, completing 12 of 27 passes for 137 yards, with two interceptions. He was, however, effective on the ground, rushing for 68 yards on 12 attempts.

Running back Darius Victor contributed with nine rushes for 48 yards, while Kingston Davis added 5 yards on the ground and 42 yards receiving.

Wide receiver Warren Newman had a notable play, making a 31-yard reception. However, the offense couldn’t capitalize on these moments to put points on the board.

Kicker Nick Sciba managed to put up two field goals, accounting for all the points scored by the Generals.


The Generals’ defense, despite their best efforts, couldn’t contain the Maulers’ offense. Kyahva Tezino at middle linebacker and Vaughn Taylor Jr. at defensive end led the team with five and four tackles respectively. Boogie Roberts and Nasir Player each recorded a sack, but the defense could not force any turnovers.

Up Next

With this victory, the Maulers have punched their USFL ticket to stay in Canton for the North Division Championship. They will face their next opponent on Saturday, June 24, at 8 pm ET, broadcasted live on NBC. The Generals will look to regroup and come back stronger in their next season.

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
11Troy WilliamsQB17251541064000000
37Garrett GroshekRB00000125301000
9Madre LondonRB0000091610000
85Artayvious LynnTE000000001000
80Matt SeybertTE000000003610
4Bailey GaitherWR000001-1042730
13Ishmael HymanWR000001601000
17Isiah HennieWR0100000064861
38Josh SimmonsWR0000000022210
89Tre WalkerWR0000000042320
Chris Blewitt-000001000000
 Total 17261541030114122126131


# 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
1De’Andre JohnsonQB122713702126800000
27Darius VictorRB00000948032520
29Kingston DavisRB0000015044230
80Braedon BowmanTE000000004610
17Wes Saxton Jr.TE000000001610
13Alonzo MooreWR000000004000
18Cam Echols-LuperWR0000000041720
82Darrell Stewart Jr.WR0000000031020
14Marcus GreenWR000000001000
15Warren NewmanWR0000012023110
 Total 12271370223123026137120

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  1. ThatCommenter

    June 18, 2023 at 11:13 pm

    Nobody saw this coming but me.

    Join the hypetrain folks!!


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