GAME STORY: Big plays undermine Wylie effort in 38-10 loss to No. 5 Lubbock Cooper

For most of the first half Friday at Hugh Sandifer Stadium, the Wylie football team executed its game plan about as well as could be expected against fifth-ranked Lubbock Cooper. 

By the time halftime hit, the Bulldogs had run more than twice as many plays as the Pirates, dominated time of possession and taken three of their seven possessions inside the Cooper 30-yard line.

Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they came away with just three points in those scoring chances, while Cooper combined a pair of big plays on offense with a pick-six on defense to build a 21-3 halftime lead on its way to a 38-10 win.

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