Sunday, September 12, 2010
Sunday Morning Quarterback
Dennis Weller of the Pottstown Mercury writes that Ursinus' lone touchdown against Franklin & Marshall was a long time in coming, but proved to be all that was necessary.
Doug Kraft of the Lancaster Newspapers noted that big plays and scoring were at a premium and that converting opportunity into points would be the difference in the Ursinus-F&M game.
Josh Land of the Carroll County Times writes that McDaniel's defensive performance in the first two weeks reminds many of the good old days on The Hill. Land also adds a sidebar notebook.
William Bowman of the Daily Item notes that Susquehanna looked like the 2009 Liberty League champions, rather than the team that fell to Moravian last week, in a 45-3 win over Juniata.
Dave Lawrence of the Richmond Times-Dispatch writes that Johns Hopkins, a top-20 team, found a black hole of despair as Randolph-Macon downed the Jays, 41-37.
Gregory McNall of the Finger Lakes Times notes that Hobart made an impressive 2010 debut as refurbished Boswell Field with a 38-7 win over Dickinson.
Philadelphia Inquirer; Harrisburg Patriot-News