Sunday, October 19, 2008

What We're Reading on a Sunday Morning

Seven Unlucky for Terror Against Mules, Carroll County Times
"There have been worse days for McDaniel football. Albeit few, but there have been worse days. The Green Terror knew what to expect with fifth-ranked Muhlenberg coming to Westminster on Saturday. They knew that the statistics indicated the Mules should cruise to an easy victory."

Moravian Rallies Past Franklin & Marshall, The Express-Times
"The Moravian College discovered early Saturday that this was a different Franklin & Marshall football team than the one the Greyhounds manhandled last season. It took virtually every ounce of energy the Greyhounds had this time to eke out a 23-20 Centennial Conference victory at Rocco Calvo Field. Quarterback Marc Braxmeier provided the winning margin with an 8-yard touchdown run with 10:31 left in the game. The Greyhounds (5-2, 3-2), who ended their two-game losing streak, prevailed by holding off two F&M threats down the stretch."

Bullets Score 17 in 4th to Down Eagles, Altoona Mirror
"For three quarters, it looked as if Juniata College was going to hang a loss on the Bullets of Gettysburg College Saturday at Knox Stadium. However, the Bullets scored 17 straight points in the fourth quarter to erase a 14-7 deficit en route to a 24-20 victory. "I think we played good on offense," Juniata coach Darrell Alt said. "I think when you play a great team like Gettysburg, you have to play four quarters, and unfortunately we did not do that."

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