"That team was just a lot tougher than we were. Up front they just whipped us. We had trouble blocking them, we had trouble moving the ball on offense, we had trouble stopping them on defense. We didn't come to play like we needed to. We just didn't execute very well.''
Buffalo junior Isaiah Robinson intercepted a pass to end Wahama's first drive of the second half, but the Bison punted and Roush finished off the White Falcons' ensuing drive with a 15-yard scoring run for a 32-0 advantage late in the third quarter.
The Bisons' next two possessions ended with a punt, a turnover on downs with back-to-back sacks from Wahama junior Colton Neal and an interception by White Falcons freshman Jared Nutter.
"[Playing] back-to-back was kind of a concern for us,'' said Wahama coach Ed Cromley, "but we used the physicality of last week as a jump-off point to take off on this game.
"Their center was hurt early and they had another player hurt and they were thin as it was. I think that really hurt them a lot. We made some adjustments to stop their dump pass that hurt us in the first game that they kept drives going along. We're so much bigger than they are. You can't coach big and you can't coach fast.''
Buffalo senior quarterback Levi Jordan, who made his 35th straight start, completed 14 of 23 passes for 127 yards with one interception. Bison junior Laythen Good caught five passes for 52 yards.
"The kids played hard all year,'' said the Buffalo coach. "I enjoyed the year, it just ended on a bad note.''
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.