UPDATE: Johnson and MacArthur played the fourth quarter of their postponed game on Monday. Johnson won, 24-10.
In between the third and fourth quarters of Saturday's game between Johnson (San Antonio) and MacArthur (San Antonio), players and fans were asked to leave the stadium because of a bomb threat.
Johnson was leading 17-3 and driving for another potential score when the game was halted. The Jaguars will look to put the finishing touches on their win when the game resumes today.
Johnson is advertising a FREE quarter of football on its blog:
"The double J nation is asked to arrive early as the game will more than likely end after just 12 minutes of play on the field."
Under University Interscholastic League rules, a team must have at least five days off in between games. MacArthur's next game against Churchill, which was originally scheduled for Friday, has been moved to Saturday as a result.