Rodriguez’s Fumble Recovery For TD Gives Weber State 2nd Half Lead
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State defensive end Adam Rodriguez recovered a Kennesaw State fumble and returned the ball for a Wildcat touchdown. The score gave Weber State its first lead of the game.
Rodriguez’s scoop-n-score gave third seed Weber State a 19-17 advantage in the second half of the game between the Owls and Wildcats on Saturday, December 7.
After Kennesaw State fumbled a lateral, Rodriquez picked up the football and ran it back 24 yards to give the Wildcats their first lead with 13:32 left in the third quarter.
First time in the lead today‼️
— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) December 7, 2019
The defensive end’s score was the Wildcats’ second touchdown of the FCS playoff game.
Adam Rodriguez recovers a fumble and returns it 24-yards for a TD!
— Weber State Football 🏈 (@weberstatefb) December 7, 2019
Entering the second round FCS playoff game against the Owls, Rodriguez had recorded 39 total tackles, 8.0 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 2 quarterback hits, and 4 pass breakups on the season.
He was recognized for his performance this season with Second-Team All-Big Sky honors.
Weber State’s Adam Rodriguez has earned Second-Team All-#BigSkyFB honors!
— Weber State Football 🏈 (@weberstatefb) November 26, 2019
The game between the Owls and Wildcats is broadcast on ESPN3 and the ESPN app.