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Last season the Buffalos only had one regular season loss, and that loss was against a very good Galena football team.
This season, Galena is still a good football team, but if the Buffalos do lose in the regular season, it will not be against Galena because the Buffalos took care of business this past Friday at home and defeated the Bulldogs, 28-0.
The game started out with fumbles for both teams as both teams had trouble holding onto the football, especially in the first half.
Otis Jacobs lost the ball for the Buffalos first, and Galena recovered on their 41-yard line. However, the Buffalos got the ball right back as Jacobs recovered a Galena fumble on the Buffalos’ 44-yard line.

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