Storm continue to struggle, fall to Mustangs
The Tampa Bay Storm lost 50-33 to the Milwaukee Mustangs on Saturday night to drop to 2-5 this season. After taking a 14-7 first-quarter lead, the Storm were derailed by turnovers. Midway through the second quarter, Brian Zbydniewski threw interceptions on consecutive drives, and both were returned for touchdowns. Four minutes later, Milwaukee's Justin Lawrence scored from 3 yards out to put Tampa Bay in a 30-14 hole it they wouldn't climb out of. Tampa Bay outgained the Mustangs by 244-192, and the Storm defense held quarterback RJ Archer to 150 yards and a touchdown.
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