Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg breakdown all the games this weekend in the Divisional Round of the Playoffs. The Kenny makes a bold claim about the 49ers and Mack tells you why the New England-Houston matchup will be another snoozefest. The guys give their predictions and touch on other hot topics around the league including: Tuesday's Jets press conference, the RGIII injury and the coaching carousel.
After opening up the season at 1-4 on the road, the Rams were eager to give a packed Rose Hill Gym a win in their first home game. Instead, they suffer a tough loss to the Manhattan Jaspers in a game they led in the middle of the second half.
Last season Fordham defeated Texas State in the Rose Hill Gymnasium behind a 35 point performance from forward Chirs Gaston. This year, the Texas State Bobcats flipped the script in their building and won 86-76 in the opener for both teams.
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Mack and Kenny, filling in for Mike Watts, give you their take on the big wins by the local New York teams last week. With challenging games coming up against the Washington Redskins and New England Patriots, the guys give you the keys for both the Giants and the Jets to prevail. Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello and Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo have their weekly reports with the latest scoop on each team.
Mike Watts and Mack Rosenberg are joined by Fordham Coach Joe Moorhead who breaks down some of the key plays in the Cincinnati game and shares some things his team has gained from playing a top-ranked FBS school. With the Rams headed into the bye week, coach Moorhead talks about the things the players and coaching staff will be doing to prepare for their next game against Holy Cross.
On Thursday October 4th, David T. Roach was introduced to the Fordham community as the new Athletic Director for the university. The University announced Roach’s hiring on September 26th while Roach was visiting his daughter who is studying abroad in Australia. Roach is now back in the States, and he is ready to lead Fordham Athletics back to where they belong.