In 2018, Fort Bend Marshall started the season without the services of Malik Hornsby at quarterback. This year is a whole different story.
An entire offseason for Hornsby in the Buffs system was going to pay off and against Eisenhower in the opener it showed.
Hornsby finished 6 for 9 for 196 yards and rushed three times for 121 yards and a score. The senior is a dual-threat and this game definitely showed it.
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By Roger Smith, VYPE
The Fort Bend Marshall Buffs' historic and tumultuous 2018 football season and this season's state championship for the boys' track and field team are the subject of VYPE Sports Radio's second summer retrospective program, The Buffalo Run to Glory: Marshall in 2018-19.
The podcasted audio show is available for free and unlimited listening at https://www.spreaker.com/show/fort-bend-sports-powered-by-vype, or by logging onto vypetexas.com/Houston and clicking "live broadcast."
The hour-long program features interviews with Buffs' track and field coach Lloyd Banks, whose teams have won four UIL team titles in Class 5A in the last five seasons, and head football coach James Williams. There are also clips from VYPE's live football broadcasts, including the "Missouri City Miracle" vs. Huntsville, when Devon Achane's pass to Dalevon Campbell with 12 seconds left snatched a playoff victory out of the jaws of defeat.