Glennon would rebound on the North’s first drive of the second half, completing 3/3 passes for 34 yards, and UCLA runningback Johnathan Franklin busted-off a 20-yard TD run to cut the score to 14-7.
Utah State cornerback Will Davis would later intercept a fourth-and-3 pass by E.J. Manuel, and the North converted it into a 42-yard field goal by Oklahoma State’s Quinn Sharp.
The South would regain momentum after aa 5-yard TD run by Miami, Fl runningback Mike James increased the lead to 21-10.
Dysert would finally find his mojo as he led the North on an 80-play TD drive using the hurry-up offense while completing six passes to Oregon RB Kenjon Barner, who finished off the drive with a TD reception, and had seven catches for 60 yards, but the North fell to the South, 21-16.
We’ll have a list of winners and losers, but the best player from today had to be BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, who likely solidified himself as a top-15 pick.