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Destroyers survive Rampage's comeback bid

May 12, 2007 - 6:09 AM COLUMBUS, Ohio (Ticker) -- Gillis Wilson recovered the on-side kick with 51 seconds remaining to spoil any chance of a come-from-behind victory for the Grand Rapids Rampage.

After entering the fourth quarter with a 21-point lead, the Columbus Destroyers barely managed to hang on and win their fifth straight home game, a 59-56 victory over Grand Rapids.

Matt Nagy had four touchdown passes and rushed for another for the Destroyers (6-4), who were outgained, 292-207, by the Rampage.

Chad Salisbury passed for six touchdowns - three in the fourth quarter - for Grand Rapids (3-7), which lost their fourth straight on the road.

Salisbury's favorite target was Timon Marshall, who hauled in 13 receptions for 114 yards and five scores.