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Postgame Report: Army 55 Fordham 0

by Amit Badlani

By Alex Smith

Coming into Saturday’s match up with the Army Black Knights, Fordham fans had a lot to look forward to. The Rams had a chance to show that they could compete with an FBS (formerly Division 1) team. Fordham fans were excited to make the trip to Michie Stadium in West Point, New York.

Then the snowstorm hit.

Legendary Insight

by Kyle Kesses, Ricky Cibrano

Kyle Kesses

Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry will be forever known for what they accomplished on the sideline in Green Bay and Dallas respectively. You probably already know that these two legends were cultivated as assistant coaches with the New York Giants under Jim Lee Howell in the 1950s. You probably don’t know, however, the details of the relationship shared by these great football minds.

Rangers on the Right Track

by Ricky Cibrano
Brad Richards, photo courtesy of MSG Photos

The Rangers head into this season coming off an 8th place finish and another first round playoff exit—the team’s second under head coach John Tortorella.  2011-2012 will be the teams third full season under the fiery Tortorella, and it’s clear the organization has its eyes on getting out of the 1st round of the playoffs, something the Rangers have accomplished just twice since the lockout.

Post-Game Report: URI def. Fordham 21-17

by Amit Badlani

The Fordham Rams fell to their namesakes, the Rhode Island Rams 21-17 in Kingston, Rhode Island on Saturday. With the loss, the Fordham Football team coached by Tom Masella drops to 1-2 on the season.

The Rams of Fordham were down 14-3 at the half, but QB Peter Maetzold lead a spirited comeback. He threw a touchdown pass to Carlton Koonce in the 3rd quarter and ran for a score with 3:52 in the 4th quarter to give Fordham a 17-14 lead.

Bogusch Talks US Open

by James Passarelli

All top four mens seeds made it to the US Open semifinals this year for the first time since 1992.  28 seed Serena, meanwhile, looks unstoppable in the women's bracket.  Here to give his opinions on the 2011 Queens-based Grand Slam event is WFUV alumn Andrew Bogusch.