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Fordham Falls 42-31 to Army

by Kelly Kultys

Marelle Cerven/WFUV Sports

Halftime was just seconds away when Army blocked a punt and fell on it in the endzone for a touchdown to give them a 4 point lead heading into halftime. The Black Knights never looked back scoring 28 unanswered points on their way to a 42-31 victory.

Monday Night Quarterback 10/27: Lehigh Analysis, Colgate Preview

by Sean Hahner

Bob Ahrens: WFUV Sports

Fordham Football makes its return to the Top 10 of the FCS Coaches Poll after defeating Lehigh 48-27 on October 25th. Last weekend's victory is the first ever win at Goodman Stadium for the Rams.

On this edition of Monday Night Quarterback, Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo sit down with Head Coach Joe Moorhead, Tight Ends coach Ian Pace, OL Mason Halter and RB Chase Edmonds, who tied both the Patriot League and Fordham record for touchdowns in a single game with 5 this past weekend. They recap the Lehigh game, look ahead to Colgate, and comment on the team's offense.

Monday Night Quarterback 10/20: Penn Analysis, Lehigh Preview

by Sean Hahner

Bob Ahrens:WFUV Sports

Fordham Football improved to 6-1 after the Rams trumped University of Pennsylvania on October 11th by a final score of 60-22. Coming off their bye week this past weekend, Fordham (currently 12th) looks to retain their spot in the Top 25 of the FCS Coaches' Poll. 

On this edition of Monday Night Quarterback, DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey sit down with Head Coach Joe Moorhead, Defensive Backs Coach Tim Cary, WR Sam Ajala, and LB De'Nard Pinckney. They talk about the Penn game, look ahead to Lehigh, and comment on the bye-week they've had in between.

 

Fordham Blows Past Penn, 60-22

by Mike Watts

Mike Watts | WFUV Sports

Michael Nebrich threw for six touchdowns, Chase Edmonds passed the 1,000 yard plateau for the season, nine Rams scored points, and Sam Ajala and Tebucky Jones, Jr. finished near 200 yards receiving in a 60-22 Fordham (6-1) drubbing of Penn (0-4).