INNISBROOK, AUSTRIA -- Former Boise State tight end Richie Brockel and Bishop Kelly graduate Cody Hawkins helped the United States to a 48 to 7 win over Germany in their second game at the International Federation of American Football Senior World Championships, on Sunday.
Hawkins, who's one of the team's five captains, completed 13 of 17 passes and threw for only 152 yards, but he did throw a touchdown.
The former University of Colorado quarterback's only TD pass went to former Bronco Richie Brockel, who managed to catch two balls for a total of 24 yards.
The U.S. is back in action on Tuesday to take on Mexico, the only other 2-0 team in their pool. The game is set for 11 a.m. Mountain Time.