MIAC blowout: Tommies destroy St. John's, 63-7

The 10,000 fans who packed O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul Saturday may have thought they would see a close game between two old rivals. It didn't happen. St. Thomas clobbered St. John's 63-7, led by five Dakota Tracy touchdown passes.
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The 10,000 fans who packed O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul Saturday may have thought they would see a close game between two old rivals. It didn't happen. St. Thomas clobbered St. John's 63-7, led by five Dakota Tracy touchdown passes.

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