Sunday, October 05, 2008

What We're Reading

Haverford Grad Runs MLB Network
"Major League Baseball does not believe there is enough baseball on television. Not on local and regional TV. Not on Fox, ESPN, TBS or It wants ubiquity, a 24/7 home, so it is building its own cable channel, the MLB Network, in Secaucus, N.J., with opening day scheduled for Jan. 1."
- New York Times

Gettysburg Topples Ursinus For First Victory
"Gettysburg College's football team was put on defense to start Saturday's Centennial Conference game against Ursinus. After allowing more than 40 points in each of the past three games, it should have been an uncomfortable position for the Bullets. Not on this day."
- Hanover Evening Sun

Eagles Handle Green Terror
"For the first time since joining the Centennial Conference, the Juniata College football team posted a win against a conference opponent with a tight 12-10 win over visiting McDaniel College Saturday at Knox Stadium. "We wanted to give them [McDaniel] some things they had not a chance to prepare for with the short alignment with our fullback and our guys they had to play aggressive and pound it out," Juniata head coach Darrell Alt said."
- Altoona Mirror

Loss Stings Terror
"One huddle stood silent while the other did not. One team sulked with heads dropped and shoulders drooped in disbelief. The other celebrated uncontrollably, hollered and jumped around in pure delight. One coach scowled struggling to find words while the other had an irremovable smile attached to his face."
- Carroll County Times

QB Situation Still Unsettled
"While freshman Vinny Corona hasn’t officially lost McDaniel’s starting quarterback job yet, he did enough Saturday to force coach Tim Keating to pull him after the first half."
- Carroll County Times

Red Devils Give Moravian Its First Loss
"Coming into Saturday's Centennial Conference game between Dickinson and Moravian, many would have predicted it to be a one-sided affair as the Greyhounds were flying high at 4-0 and Dickinson was reeling from a 20-13 upset loss last week to McDaniel. Those pundits might not be too familiar with the Red Devil football program, their coach, and this year's tough group of players."
- Carlisle Sentinel

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