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Fordham Football

Georgetown Analysis, Bucknell Preview

by Kyle Kesses

It's simple, everything has gone wrong for the Fordham University Football team in 2011. Saturday was no different. The Rams turned the ball over four times – one that directly lead to a touchdown – and the special teams allowed a 73-yard kickoff return on the way to dropping their seventh straight game, 30-13 at Georgetown.

Post-Game Report: Hoyas 30 Rams 13

by John DeMarzo

Coming off a 55-0 loss at Army in a game that had weather more appropriate for January 29th than October 29th, the Fordham Rams football team headed to our nation’s capital to battle the Georgetown Hoyas on Saturday, November 5th.

The upstart Hoyas entered the game 7-2, and at 3-1 in the Patriot League, tied for the league lead with the 2-0 Lehigh Mountain Hawks. The team honored 21 seniors prior to the contest, and then went out and handed the Rams a 30-13 defeat, avenging a 24-19 loss at Jack Coffey Field last October 30th.

Army Analysis, Georgetown Preview

by Kyle Kesses

The Fordham Football team had to trudge through nearly a foot of snow on Saturday afternoon in order to exit Michie Stadium in West Point, NY, taking with them an eight-touchdown loss that served as a microcosm of the Rams injury-marred and inauspicious 2011 season.

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.

Lafayette Analysis, Army Preview

by Kevin Price

Two-yards and a cloud of dust has become a dream scenario for the Fordham defense as they struggled once again to contain its opponent’s ground game, allowing 260 rushing yards as well as five touchdowns to Lafayette en route to the Rams fifth consecutive loss.

Postgame Report: Lafayette 45 Rams 24

by James Passarelli

A failed onside attempt by the Rams in the 4th quarter led to a Lafayette touchdown as Fordham saw its chance to snatch a road win fall through their fingers.  Kyle Kesses, Ricky Cibrano, and Alex Smith have the full postgame coverage, including words with coach Tom Masella. 

Penn Analysis, Lehigh Preview

by Kyle Kesses

The injury report has become the most vital publication surrounding the Fordham football team midway through the 2011 season. The injuries have come in bunches and, now, so have the losses. Behind a 15 point defeat at the hands of the Penn Quakers on Saturday evening, the Rams have lost three consecutive games since besting Columbia in the Liberty Cup Game on September 17.

Colgate Analysis, Penn Preview

by Andrew O'Connell

The cold and rainy atmosphere on Monday night felt eerily similar to the weather patterns experienced in Hamilton, New York last Saturday when the Colgate Raiders downed the Rams 38-14 at Andy Kerr Stadium. Luckily, this time we were protected from the elements in our WFUV studios, where Kyle Kesses and myself broke down the contest with Fordham head football coach Tom Masella.