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Wolverines roughed up by Green River

Sep 10, 2017 By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor

Facing an option running game is a difficult proposition if you're a football coach trying to defend it.

Add in a quarterback who is just as deadly ...


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Riverton's Brodie Roden (4) looked for running room during the Wolverines' 56-21 road loss to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Spring Rocket-Miner

Riverton's Brodie Roden (4) looked for running room during the Wolverines' 56-21 road loss to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Spring Rocket-Miner


Riverton's Brodie Roden (4) looked for running room during the Wolverines' 56-21 road loss to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Spring Rocket-Miner

Riverton's Brodie Roden (4) looked for running room during the Wolverines' 56-21 road loss to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Spring Rocket-Miner

Riverton head coach Pat Patterson huddled with his players during a timeout in the Wolverines' 56-21 road defeat to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Springs Rocket/Miner

Riverton head coach Pat Patterson huddled with his players during a timeout in the Wolverines' 56-21 road defeat to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Springs Rocket/Miner


Riverton head coach Pat Patterson huddled with his players during a timeout in the Wolverines' 56-21 road defeat to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Springs Rocket/Miner

Riverton head coach Pat Patterson huddled with his players during a timeout in the Wolverines' 56-21 road defeat to Green River on Friday. Photo by Miles Englehart/Rock Springs Rocket/Miner

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