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Through five games, the answer is a resounding no.
The junior continued his dominance Friday night, catching five passes for 177 yards and four touchdowns to lead the undefeated Crusaders past visiting Ridgeview 34-7 in a non-district contest.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Fulwood has caught 22 passes this season. He’s scored on 14 of those grabs.
“We knew he was going to be the best player we’d see all year,” Ridgeview coach Tom MacPherson said. “We don’t have many ways to avoid a mismatch with him, although we did allow him to get open on missed coverages. How you miss a 6-4, Division I receiver is beyond me.”
Fulwood scored on catches that covered 63, 9, 70 and 26 yards. Fulwood’s big night helped allow Bishop Kenny sophomore quarterback John Wolford to finish the game with 297 yards passing and five touchdowns.
“I had fun out there,” Fulwood said. “It’s always fun playing on Friday night. We had some mismatches and John and I took care of that. I work hard for every yard I get.”