The duo spearheaded a GW ground attack that racked up 492 yards.
Meanwhile, the defensive unit of which Crouser spoke so highly limited Riverside to 211 total yards and harassed Rumberg all night to the tune of just 3 of 16 passing for 59 yards.
No small feat, considering Rumberg came into Friday with 1,208 passing yards, well on pace to break the single-season record at Riverside of 1,613 set by Josh Clark in 2004.
"He is a really good quarterback," Edwards Jr. said of Rumberg. "I really like the kid, he's a great competitor and he plays a nice safety, too. He's a good football player and he does a lot of nice things. We knew that coming in and he's every bit of what we saw on film, but to our kids' credit, they really played tough pass defense."
Meanwhile, Riverside coach Ralph Hensley had plenty of good things to say about Switzer and Co. as well.
"Four years ago, we kicked off to [Switzer] and he was a freshman and he took it to the house and I'm going, 'How can a guy be that good as a freshman?' " Hensley said. "He was that good then and I think he's a little faster now. He's a really good athlete.
"I just wish him luck in school and hope he takes care of himself."
Switzer resumed place-kicking duties on Friday for the first time this year. Edwards said the change was done in an attempt to keep getting better.
Brandon Halstead scored on a 3-yard run in the second quarter for Riverside, while Tyler Williams had a 15-yard touchdown run late in the fourth. William Jackson led the Warriors with 48 yards on 13 carries.
Jacob Jackson had 55 yards rushing on three carries, including an 11-yard score on a reverse for GW, which won its fifth game in a row by an average winning margin of 39 points per game.
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