Sunday, October 31, 2010

Sunday Morning Quarterback

Tom Hinkel of The Express-Times writes that the incredible resurgence of the Moravian football team continued with its 24-17 upset of nationally-ranked Ursinus.

Dave Byrne of the Lancaster Sunday News writes that despite all the things that went wrong, Franklin & Marshall found a way to defeat McDaniel, 31-28.

Josh Land of the Carroll County Times writes about an emotional day in McDaniel's last-second 31-28 defeat at Franklin & Marshall. Notebook

Travis Johnson of the Hanover Evening Sun writes about a comeback for the ages in Gettysburg's 61-50 shootout win against Susquehanna on Parents Day.

Ron Rogers of The Sentinel writes that mistakes cost Dickinson in its 26-13 loss to Muhlenberg.

Roundup: Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, Harrisburg Patriot-News, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

1 comment:

Mortis said...

Gettysburg wins and Susquehanna lose and poor coaching doesn't help. With the game on the line and Gettysburg trailing, poor clock management by the Bullets almost guaranteed defeat. A key pass reception at the 3 provided the Bullets with relief from badge clock management. Susquehanna quit the game with about a minute left and two timeouts. The coaching staff allowed the time to run down before calling a timeout thus eliminating any miracle come back. Come on, with the way these two defenses were playing, fifty seconds is more than enough time to tie or win. A comeback for the ages would have be the greatest comeback for the ages if it were not for poor coaching.