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Bucknell Rallies Past Fordham in Lewisburg

by Mike Watts

Fordham Sports Information

Fordham (5-4) was looking to finish the season .500 on the road and come home with a chance to clinch a winning season against Lafayette on Family Weekend. Going into half, it seemed like Fordham would attain those goals. But after taking a 21-7 lead into the locker room, the Rams faltered and would ultimately fall to Bucknell (2-7, 1-4 Patriot League), 27-24.

Fordham Wins on the Road vs. Holy Cross

by Kenny Ducey

Fordham Sports

The Fordham Rams improved to 5-3 with a 36-32 win over Holy Cross in the Ram-Crusader Cup on Saturday. Carlton Koonce, the game's MVP, ran it in from one yard for the decisive score with 11 seconds remaining. Ryan Higgins completed 71/2% of his passes for 407 yards and a touchdown. Koonce ran 35 times for 187 yards.

Monday Night Quarterback 10/22: Midterm Report Card

by Julian Atienza


On this edition of Monday Night Quarterback, coach Moorhead evaluates his team's performance thus far in his first year as a head coach. He talks about what the team has done over the bye week to prepare for Holy Cross. Fordham broadcasters Alex Smith, Mike Watts and DJ Sixsmith offer their insight on the first seven games Fordham Rams season.

Monday Night Quarterback 10/15: Cincinnati Analysis

by Julian Atienza

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.

Fordham Comes Up Short at #20 Cincinnati

by Kenny Ducey

Fordham Sports

Fordham traveled to Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati Saturday night trying to beat an FBS team for the first time since Dwight Eisenhower was president, but they were defeated 49-17 at the hands of the Bearcats. A bright spot for the Rams once again was the kicking of Patrick Murray, who set a school and Patriot League record with a 55-yard Field Goal in the 2nd Quarter. Ryan Higgins was an impressive 31-42 with 262 yards passing and a late touchdown to Brian Wetzel.