Sunday, November 21, 2010

Sunday Morning Quarterback

Mike Finney of the Wilmington News Journal writes that third-ranked Wesley made a statement in its 53-14 victory over Muhlenberg.

Jeff Schuler of the Morning Call writes that Wesley eliminated the Centennial champion for the fifth straight season, defeating Muhlenberg, 53-14.

Andy Mease of the Lebanon Daily News writes that sometimes, a great play could lead to a nightmare, as Johns Hopkins routed Lebanon Valley, 44-14.

Dave Rosengrant of The Times-Leader writes that Moravian turned the tables on Wilkes in the turnover category as the Greyhounds defeated the Colonels, 26-14.

Michael Cignoli of the Times-Tribune notes that turnovers made the difference in Moravian's victory at Wilkes.

Matt Shetlet of the Observer-Reporter says that Washington & Jefferson's 54-41 victory over Franklin & Marshall was a treat for fans of offensive football.

Roundups: Philadelphia Inquirer, Annapolis Capital, The Express-Times, Lancaster Sunday News,

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