It’s something that the San Antonio Commanders talked about since training camp.
Trey Williams has explosiveness.
If you get the ball to the former Texas A&M running back in space, magical things can happen.
Saturday night the Commanders got the ball to Williams in space. Winning things happened.
The Commanders and Salt Lake Stallions were tied 9-9 at the Alamodome with less than six minutes left. Commanders quarterback Marquise Williams had the ball in a run-pass option and threw the ball out to Trey Williams.
Commanders receivers Greg Ward Jr. and De’Marcus Ayers made blocks on the outside. Tight end Evan Rodriguez got off the line and made a block.
After that, Stallions defenders kept chasing Trey Williams – but the outcome of the play was already set. He headed down the right sideline and dove into the end zone to make it 15-9. The Commanders led the rest of the way.