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USFL star Victor Bolden Jr. talks about milestone touchdowns and championship games

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Birmingham StallionsWide receiver Victor Bolden Jr. stepped up last week when he counted and promoted his team at the most convenient time in the playoff game with the New Orleans Breakers. Did.

Bolden returned a 90-yard breaker kick-off for a touchdown as the match was drawn 14-14 in the second quarter. This was the first kick-off returner touchdown of theUS Football Leaguefirst season.

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Birmingham Stallions wide receiver Victor Bolden Jr. (7) returns a kickoff during the first quarter of the USFL Playoff Semifinal game between the New Orleans Breakers and Birmingham Stallions on June 25, 2022, at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, OH.

Birmingham Stallions Wide Receiver Victor BoldenJr. (7) is in the first quarter of the USFL Playoffs Semifinals. Returns a kick-off with New Orleans. Orleans Breakers and Birmingham Stallions at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio, June 25, 2022. (Frank Jansky / Icon Sports Wire via Getty Images)

Give Birmingham a 21-14 lead and finally win 31-17 Useful for. Birmingham will be able to play the Philadelphia Stars in the USFL Championship.

"That means a lot," Bolden told Fox News Digital when asked what it meant to have a milestone score. "Especially when talking about becoming a playmaker, I always want to get involved and do something that helps the team win. It's the most convenient time. Our special team unit is I told him before the match that it would really be. The important thing this week was to help attack and defend in the field position. I felt very good. "

Bolden is a wide receiver and special. I was nominated for the All-USFL team as a team member. He received 42 catches at 415 yards and touchdowns at 618 kick-return yards.

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Victor Bolden Jr. #7 of Birmingham Stallions runs the ball as LaDarius Wiley #4 of Philadelphia Stars defends in the third quarter of the game at Protective Stadium on May 15, 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Birmingham Stallions' Victor Bolden Jr. # 7 will be playing the Philadelphia Stars' Ladalias in the third quarter of the game at the Protective Stadium on May 15. Run the ball when Willy # 4 defends. 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama. (Tom Pennington / USFL / Getty Images)

"I'm honored to be considered one of the best players in the league among my peers. It makes sense. Much of what you have put into the world is rewarding. I must continue to be the leader of the team and get this trophy, "Bolden said.

Bolden and J’Mar Smith will lead Stallion to the Star Championship on Saturday. Philadelphia confused the New Jersey Generals in a playoff game.

"I feel good," he told FoxNews Digital. "It's always exciting to get to the place where our team talked about going. At this point we're calm and ready before the storm."

Stallion to win the championship Bolden said the question was who would make the least mistakes.

Victor Bolden Jr. #7 of Birmingham Stallions looks on during warm ups before the game against the New Jersey Generals at Protective Stadium on April 16, 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama.

See Victor Bolden Jr. # 7 at Birmingham Stallions During a pre-match warm-up against the New Jersey Generals at the Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama on April 16, 2022. (Carmen Mandato / USFL / Getty Images)

"As you can see, in most cases, the team wins the turnover battle with few mistakes and success. If you keep playing clean football and do what you want to do with your game plan, you have a good chance of winning. "

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