Sunday, September 19, 2010
Sunday Morning Quarterback
Dennis Weller of the Pottstown Mercury writes that the Ursinus defense and special teams made the job easy for the Bear offense in a 41-0 win over Juniata.
Rich Dubroff of the Carroll County Times notes that while the McDaniel defense was impressive again, the offense wasn't shoddy either in a 24-14 win at Catholic.
Tom Ash of the Carlisle Sentinel writes that for the first time since 2003, the Conestoga Wagon Trophy will reside in Lancaster as Franklin & Marshall defeated Dickinson, 35-26.
The Daily Item writes that Susquehanna has learned that while the defense should keep it in every game, the offense still lacks consistency after a 21-14 home loss to Muhlenberg.
Tom Sixeas of the Hanover Evening Sun writes that a pair of blocked punts led to great field position and powered Johns Hopkins past Gettysburg, 29-21.
James Phillips of the Harrisburg Patriot-News notes that Moravian ran into "Dutchmen football" in a 21-6 loss at Lebanon Valley. Pat Huggins of the Lebanon Daily News writes that LVC finally got back on its feet after two straight losses.
Allentown Morning Call, Philadelphia Inquirer, Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader, Baltimore Sun.