Three catches, three touchdowns for T.O.

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After a quiet first quarter in which Allen Wranglers receiver Terrell Owens couldn’t break free from press coverage, the future Hall of Famer has added two touchdowns to his career numbers on two second-quarter catches.

Owens’ first score came on a short pass.  On the next drive, with no defensive back lined up in his face, Owens ran 20 or so yards to the end zone and caught the ball.  He has 31 total receiving yards.

The game is being televised by ESPN3, with Wranglers G.M. Drew Pearson also serving as color commentator.

More importantly, the Allen Wranglers lead the Wichita Wild, 24-17.  But the Wild is/are driving.  Which, when it comes to indoor football, is pretty much always true of whichever team has the ball.

UPDATE 9:10 p.m. ET:  He now has three catches, three touchdowns, and 47 yards.