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The First Giants-Jets Game

by Bob Ahrens

From the WFUV Sports Archives

The first Giants-Jets game. August 17, 1969...Yale Bowl, New Haven, CT.

The Jets were coming off a Super Bowl victory and needed to prove their victory over Baltimore wasn't a fluke. The two teams and the two leagues did not like each other...and that's putting it nicely.

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.

Bolts Stay Perfect in Brooklyn

by Sean Hahner

Sean Hahner : WFUV Sports

Brooklyn’s professional football team is bringing the thunder so far this season. The Brooklyn Bolts improved to 2-0 in the FXFL (Fall Experimental Football League) as they defeated the Omaha Mammoths, 15-13, on Friday night in dramatic style. 

Fordham Wins First Game at Goodman Stadium

by Kelly Kultys

Drew Casey / WFUV Sports

The Fordham Rams defeated Lehigh 48-27 to give them a 7-1 record on the year, 3-o in the Patriot League.  QB Michael Nebrich threw for 292 yards and a touchdown, but the story of the day was freshman running back Chase Edmonds.  Edmonds rushed for almost 200 yards and 5 touchdowns, tying a Fordham and Patriot League record.  He almost added a 95-yard kick return to his day, but that was called back by a penalty.  Still, the Fordham offense put up over 580 yards and the defense limited Lehigh to just 127 yards through the air.  Fordham's next matchup comes agains

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 8 2014

by Luke Palmer, Alicia Montanaro, Tara Sledjeski, Kenny Ducey, Patrick Burns

This week on NFL Friday we kick things off by going over the Denver Broncos' Thursday night victory over division rival San Diego.

To discuss what is happening all around the NFL we welcomed in Spero Dedes, WFUV alum and current TV announcer for the NFL on CBS. We previewed some of the action that is to come in week 8 and looked at some of the more intriguing division races.

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.

 

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 7, 2014

by Matt Moro

WFUV Sports

Week 7 is underway and Matt and Kelly take a look back at the Jets loss on Thursday Night. Kelly, WFUV Sports' Jets reporter, gives her weekly Jets report, and breaks down what happened in Gang Green's 6th straight loss.

After Matt and Kelly then look back on a few of last week's biggest performances, including Dallas's win at Seattle, Joe Flacco's 5 touchdowns in 16 minutes against Tampa Bay, and Aaron Rodgers' game winning drive in Miami.

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).