TOPEKA, Kan. — Tyler Shaw spent time shuttling onto the field after short breaks Saturday. The rapid rest periods left little room for sideline adjustments but enough time for reflection and appreciation.
“When you’re sitting back there and just watching them do what they do, all you can say is just, ‘Wow, I’m glad that they’re on our side,’” said Shaw, No. 5 Northwest Missouri State’s senior No. 1 wide receiver, of a defense that held a fourth team to single-digit points.
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