Frampton threw 2 touchdown passes for head coach Hugh Sandifer, and he ended the game 14 of 23 with 280 yards through the air, and he ran for another 32 yards on 7 carries.
A big reason for Frampton's performance on Friday was the protection, and the time he was allowed to make good decisions.
"It helps make everything a lot easier to have plays develop better than normal. The screen plays came to us a lot last Friday. That helps us a lot with the big plays. Those make the game a lot easier than if you have to drive the whole field every time," said Blake Frampton.
Frampton's also helped the Wylie get off to a hot start. Something the Bulldogs lacked the week before against Monahans.
"I think we had a better mental approach to the start of the game. We felt a little more a sense of urgency. We had to get going and have a fast start because we had put ourselves in such a hole the week before. I'm just proud of the way the kids prepared and put it out there on the field," said head coach Hugh Sandifer.
This week the Bulldogs host district rival Snyder on Friday night.