It's becoming pretty clear that no matter how bleak things look and no matter how much adversity must be overcome, the Los Angeles Loyola football team won't quit until there's no time left on the clock.
A week ago, down 18 points to unbeaten Cathedral, Loyola fought back and rallied, only to lose, 21-19, when a 47-yard field-goal attempt by Diego Cacho-Sousa with no time left fell well short.
Fast-forward to Friday night. The Cubs were playing La Puente Bishop Amat in their Mission League opener. They trailed, 23-14, with less than a minute left.
There was a fumble by Bishop Amat. Loyola recovered. Quarterback Sean O'Malley threw a three-yard touchdown pass to Jack...