Saturday, November 06, 2004

Lehigh 49, G'Town 18, Final

Not a complete effort, but still an impressive win. Borda went 15-for-30, but with 4 TD passes. In the 4th quarter, FS Karrie Ford recovered a fumble for a TD that put to rest any thought of the Hoyas coming back in the game.

Give G'Town some credit: they really got their offense moving against a tough Lehigh defense. It looked like Lehigh over-committed to the run, and gave QB Crawford the pass, and despite his struggles this year, he was able to take what out defense gave him and had a very good day throwing.

Lehigh's defense, however, did not cover well underneath once the gameplan was evident. The Hoyas continued to get yardage in 10, 12, 14 yard chunks.

Offensively, Lehigh really was able to move the ball very effectively. But it took a long time for the "O" to get in synch. There were dumb penalties from the "O" line, and a bunch of dropped balls. The "O" line did do a good job of keeping their ends out of Borda's face, though.

Some areas of special teams still need some work after this week. A kickoff returned for a TD, another missed FG, and those dreaded out-of-bounds kickoffs. Having said that, Gerran Walker's return for a TD was a nice dash.

I don't want to sound like the voice of doom. Lehigh did a lot of things right, especially in the 2nd half we shut down G'Town's offense effectively. Offensively, my criticisms are (admittedly) mostly nitpicky.

Basically, I feel Georgetown came into the game hunting for respect, and they got it. They probably feel like they have a good foundation for their remaining games, and they deserve credit for a decent gameplan.

Overall, I'm happy with an impressive win that will keep Lehigh's name in the Top 10, and sets up the Fordham game next week. With the Rams' loss against Bucknell 21-20, Fordham has officially been eliminated from title contention, but they would like nothing better than knocking off Lehigh.

In other Patriot news, Colgate held on to beat Lafayette 22-19. That puts Lehigh, currently, in sole possession of 1st place in the Patriot League!

Tomorrow: Game balls and press

Lehigh 42, G'Town 18, end of 3rd Quarter

Lehigh offense is really taking advantage of mismatches on defense. Borda with another great day passing. Nice catch-and-run by Winfred Porter at the beginning of the 3rd quarter.

Having said that, this game hasn't been pretty. Sloppiness on defense and special teams can maybe slide against the Hoyas, but not against Fordham or Lafayette.

G'Town's kickoff return for TD showed a Lehigh special teams unit which has not had a particularly good day.

Go Lehigh - let's play a good quarter and put this away.

Lehigh 28, 'Town 12, halftime

The Hoyas have fought admirably on their home field so far against Lehigh. But for a team with so much less talent than Lehigh, this Mountain Hawk fan is disappointed, especially with the defense. SS Courtney Elder is having a tough day so far.

If G'Town can gain yards in these type of chunks against us, imagine what Lafayette could do in 2 weeks' time? Or - hopefully - a 1-AA playoff team like (shudder) Hampton?

Kicking continues to be a concern. On of the Hoya TDs was set up by a short kickoff going (grr) out of bounds, and a second kick nearly did as well.

Offensively, we are still shining. WR Gerran Walker was wide-open for Lehigh's fourth TD. TE Adam Bergen has 2 TD catches. Walker also returned the opening kickoff for a TD - he's a lock for a game ball.

Tune in for the second half!

Lehigh 21, G'Town 12, mid-2nd quarter

Frustrating!

Hoyas getting yards in chunks against out "great" defense! The defense has been out to lunch today.

Borda has struggled, overthrowing some balls. Seems like the Hoyas are getting good pressure on him.

Bergen with a great day so far - 2 TD.

Time for Lehigh to get their act together. Come on now!

Predictions of Other Games

Predictions of Other Games
In the Patriot League:
Marist at Holy Cross. Can the Red Foxes, the second MAAC team to play Holy Cross this year, duplicate Duquesne's feat and beat the Crusaders on their home field? Marist won't get only 106 *total* yards like they did last week against Duquesne, but I figure they will still lose out to an improved Crusader squad. Holy Cross 24, Marist 16.

Fordham at Bucknell. Hard to see Fordham contain Bucknell on the road, after the Bison righted the ship against Holy Cross. Hard to see Bucknell contain Fordham at home after giving up 28 points to Holy Cross. I'm predicting a close back-and-forth game, with Fordham wanting the win just a little but more. Fordham 38, Bucknell 35.

Lafayette at Colgate. The game of the week, with lots of potential title and playoff implications. Will a determined, talented Colgate team give Lafayette their first huge test on the road? Or will the Leopards, with a week off and control of their own destiny, pull off the upset to place them in the Patriot League elite? Though tempting to take the Leopards with their great ground game, I've got to believe that Dick Biddle has too much talent, and is too good a coach, to let this game slip away. Colgate 27, Lafayette 14.

In the Top 25:
New Hampshire at Rhode Island. The Rams somehow upset UMass... and really didn't beat anybody else. I'm dying to pick a UNH upset somewhere, but this just ain't it. UNH 38, Rhode Island 7.

Villanova at William & Mary. A relatively untested William & Mary team host an angry caged Wildcat team who needs to win out in order to make the I-AA playoffs. I have a funny feeling an improving Wildcat team is going to put a damper on the Tribe's title and playoff hopes. Villanova 35, W&M 31.

Delaware at James Madison. Will there be a changing of the guard? The Dukes play the Blue Hens, and the winner will probably end up winning the A-10 in the process. I'd love to pick against Delaware or JMU here, but I think the difference will be that Delaware has been here before. Give me the Hens. Delaware 28, JMU 17.

Columbia at Harvard. Undefeated Harvard only winning 13-12 against Dartmouth? Could it be they could lose soon - maybe even this week against the Lions? Not against a bad Columbia team they won't. Harvard 38, Columbia 7.

Penn at Princeton. How bad I'd like to pick against Penn here. Then I told myself the mantra once again, "Never pick against Penn in the Ivy". I'll go with my mantra. This week. But it will be a close game. Penn 24, Princeton 22.

Bethune-Cookman at Hampton. The winner of this game will very likely win the MEAC. I-AA playoff hopefuls are praying to their gods that Hampton takes care of business at home so that Hampton doesn't get into the at-large playoff mix. I'm saying they do, but it will be awfully close. Hampton 44, Bethune Cookman 39.

Southern Illinois at Illinois St. SIU has 2 more Gateway cupcakes to dispatch on their way to the #1 overall seed. One gets dispatched today. SIU 35, Illinois St. 21.

Western Kentucky at SMS. The Hilltoppers should not let down against an SMS team that got beaten badly by SIU and Northern Iowa in consecutive weeks. WKU 35, SMS 10.

Georgia Southern at Furman. You think this is the game of the week? Oh yeah. The real question, however, is: Do the Golden Eagles have any weaknesses? A very good Furman team is going to find out if there are any. Furman will do a better job that App. St. against GSU, but it still won't be enough. GSU 31, Furman 27.

Northern Arizona at Montana. A dispirited NAU has no chance against the Grizzlies at home, looking for another Big Sky title. Montana 38, NAU 14.

Cal Poly at Eastern Washington. A very tough game to pick. Does Cal Poly disappont after a tough loss to UC-Davis? Or does a deperate Eagle team beat another ranked opponent and keep their playoff hopes alive? Give me the desperate team at home. EWU 28, Cal Poly 24.

McNeese St. at Sam Houston St. A few years ago this would be a great matchup. Now, it should be a speed bump for Sam Houston on their way to the Southland title. Sam Houston St. 41, McNeese St. 10.

Texas St. at Northwestern St. Texas St. may be 4-4, but they are a strong team, losing to 2 1-A schools, then-ranked Appalachian St., and ranked Cal Poly. Northwestern St. has looked awful losing their last 2 games. Make it 3. Texas St. 44, Northwestern St. 17.

Stpehen F. Austin at Nicholls St. Nicholls St. could be the single strangest team in I-AA. Maddeningly inconsistent, they've creamed 2 ranked opponents while losing to a pitiful Western Carolina team. Which Colonel team will show up against a reeling Lumberjack team who have lost 3 of their last 4? Here's a hint: Their two wins against the Top 25 all came at home. Give me the hot home team. Nicholls St. 40, SFA 17.

See you later for Lehigh vs. Georgetown!

Friday, November 05, 2004

Live Lehigh/Georgetown Broadcast; Press for Lehigh/Georgetown

Live Lehigh/Georgetown Broadcast
News flash: in addition to the regular media outlets for Lehigh games (AM 1230 and 1320, Service Electric TV2), there are also 2 other live broadcasts over the internet: one audio, and one video.

Audio: WGTB 92.3
Video: HoyaVision

The audio broadcast of the game will be from the Georgetown perspective, but it's free. The video requires you to sign up, and is $8. Two guesses on which one I'll be doing, and the first guess doesn't count. I'll give you a hint: I'm $8 poorer.

Press for Lehigh/Georgetown
Allentown Morning Call:
November 4th Patriot League Notebook
All That's Standing between Lehigh at 600 Wins is Georgetown
Easton Express-Times:
Lembo Keeps LU Focused
Brown & White:
Hawks Try to Avoid Letdown
Hoyasaxa.Com:
Pre-game report: Lehigh vs. Georgetown

Quotes:
Lehigh's players and coaches aren't nearly as concerned about earning the 600th win in school history Saturday at Georgetown as they are about getting the eighth win of 2004... The milestone got brushed aside Wednesday when Lehigh held its weekly media luncheon at Starter's Pub.

"Lembo asserted that his team has put the huge 21-14 win over Colgate last Saturday in the rearview mirror and won't take Georgetown lightly... ''Any coach or fan in the country would be worried about a letdown this week,'' he said. ''But this is a situation where you fall back on the foundation of the program.

"Our season isn’t over because we beat Colgate,” senior linebacker Anthony Graziani said.

"Colgate is in the past," linebacker Matt Purdy said. "We've got to look at Georgetown as an even bigger game than Colgate."

[Uh Matt... with all due respect... no?]

"The last thing we ever want to become is complacent and satisfied with the status quo," Lembo said. "We continue to evaluate every guy at every position. Just because you had some success, that doesn't mean you slack off or become complacent."

"It begins with out approach to the game – which does not change regardless of the opponent’s record or national ranking,” he said. “We prepare with detail to position ourselves to execute well on Saturday. This game is just as important as the last one.”

"Georgetown has an outstanding defense that features some all-league caliber players. They have caused a lot of turnovers and given up little yardage. Georgetown’s offensive philosophy is very sound, but they have struggled to put points on the board,” he said. “We have to make sure that they don’t find their groove this week.”

''We've been very frustrated,'' said Hoyas coach Bob Benson. ''We knew going into the season that we needed to find some answers. Unfortunately, the story of our season is that we have not.''

''Nothing happens as fast as we want it to,'' Benson said. ''But we are making progress. We were beating Lafayette 10-6 with four minutes left in the game; it was 21-19 with Bucknell with under five minutes left in the game. I think we're more competitive. The problem that this league puts on you on as a football program is that if you have some missing components, you're going to be exposed.

''You just don't know what changes are going to happen to your program that you have no control over.''...When asked what worries him the most, Benson said, ''Just about everything.'''

'They're a very impressive, well-run organization and that's the type of team and institution that we want to be associated with,'' Benson added. ''It's a top-10 program in the country. They cause problems everywhere we look.''... Benson was also asked if last week's win over Colgate changed his opinion of Lehigh.''No, from Day 1 we knew they were an outstanding team,'' he said. ''We have the same worries playing them we had six months ago.''

"The Georgetown program is still seeking an intangible beyond wins, that of respect. The PL hierarchy, based not far from the Lehigh campus, has never given much respect to the newcomers from Washington, and really won't until the Hoyas start beating teams of substance. It may not come Saturday, but the Hoyas need to show its fellow PL teams that it is going to play hard, stretch the game into the fourth quarter, and get some believers out there. It almost happened against Colgate in 2003 against a Red Raider team that was frankly looking past them. With Lehigh already making plans for a PL title at Lafayette in two weeks, the Hoyas need to remind them that the Patriot race still passes through Washington."
[Perfect summation of the Georgetown perspective.]

Finally.. bulletin board material?
This week in one of the best-run fan sites I have seen (hoyasaxa.com), the following post appeared:

"And here's some early "bulletin board" material, courtesy of the Allentown Morning Call. Writes the newspaper: "Lehigh will be an overwhelming favorite to beat the Hoyas, even at Harbin Field, which...is smaller than most high school facilities in the Lehigh Valley."

Could Keith Groller have inadvertently fired up the Hoyas? Hopefully not.

Also, here's the quote of the week. It's from Lafayette's Frank Tavani, reprinted in their Lafayette/Colgate preview in the Easton Express-Times:

"Our staff is very appreciative that despite the fact that the league championship was decided a week ago, everybody has agreed to continue to play the rest of the season, so we have three more contests."

He couldn't have been referring to, erhm, Lehigh Football Nation, who called the game last week between Lehigh and Colgate as the Patriot League Championship game, could he?

Coming up: Predictions of other games; Lehigh vs. Georgetown

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Lehigh/Georgetown Preview

Lehigh/Georgetown Preview
OK, now I'm in the home stretch... time for my weekly Lehigh preview. With all the hubub about last week's game, the media (and to be honest, even this reporter) had kind of forgotten the Hoyas. But it must be remembered - a loss to the Hoyas would put the Patriot League title and I-AA playoff berth in jeopardy. So it must be treated as a must-win game.

Lehigh Injury Report
TE Steve Burant (OUT)
OL John Reese (OUT)
FS Kaloma Cardwell (OUT)
OLB Jon Guynes (OUT)
DT Royce Morgan (OUT)
LB Randy Rovesti (OUT)
WR/PR Bilal Morris (Doubtful)

OL Tom Toth, out since Week 2 with an ankle injury, rejoins the team, possibly at RT. Backup C John Reese is out, so RT Adam Selmasska would fill in at backup there. Other than that, the Brown & White came out of the Colgate game with no new injuries - just in time for November, and the home stretch of the regular season.

History
Your great-grandfather may remember the early days of this "rivalry", when the Hoyas won 5 of 6 against the Engineers, from 1901 to 1925. Then the Hoyas wouldn't play the Engineers any more this century, after playing almost all those years from 1925 on as an independent.

More recently, Georgetown's football program upgraded thirteen years ago from Division III to Division 1-AA, and joined the mid-major MAAC football conference in 1993. Georgetown as a mid-major did fairly well in the MAAC, winning the conference title three years in a row, and appearing in the ECAC bowl in 1997.

Looking for a new challenge, Georgetown made a step up, joining the Patriot League in 2001, joining Fordham as a football-only member. Since then, they have shown improvement - except against Lehigh. In the 3 games since they joined, Lehigh has outscored the Hoyas 155-38.

Coach Lembo, a Georgetown grad ('92), will be going for Lehigh's 600th win against, of all places, his alma mater on the field on which he played as an undergraduate.

Scouting Georgetown
Coach Bob Benson, in his 12th year at Georgetown, has struggled this year. With a 2-6 record, including 0-4 in the Patriot League, the offense has struggled mightily, only scoring over 20 points twice this year. After beating VMI at home, they have lost their last 2 to mid-major Monmouth and Fordham on the road.

Offense
The Hoyas play a option-style attack with the triggerman senior QB Andrew Crawford. He has only scored three TDs so far this year passing and running and has, it has to be said, largely ineffective.

The main weapons of their option atack are junior TB Chris Sarin and, in his first collegiate start, freshman HB Erik Carter. Sarin is the meat and potatoes of G'Town's offense and is averaging 90 yards a game. Carter, obviously, is an unknown quantity. Backup TB Emir Davis also gets some time rushing the ball as well.

They will be running behind a decent sized front line with a lot of inexperience (though two seniors, RG Frank Terrazinno and LT John Cummings, are featured).

The top receiving threats for the Hoyas are junior TE Glenn Castergine and senior WR Janerio Wooten. Senior WR Craig Agnello has some talent also and shouldn't be overlooked.

Defense
G'Town plays a base 4-3 and has had *lots* of success rushing the passer this year. Inarguably the Hoyas' best athlete is junior DE Michael Ononibaku, who is 5th in all of I-AA with 9 1/2 sacks. He also returned an interception for a touchdown last week versus Fordham. Sophomore DE Alex Buzbee is close behind with 6 1/2 sacks.

Having said that, the Hoyas have been giving up yards against the run this year up the middle from a front line that is undersized. More often than not, it's junior LB Mehdi Hassan making the tackle, who is the cream of the linebacking corps.

Senior CB Adam Banks leads the defensive back unit, who has averaged giving up over 180 yards a game.

Special Teams
Sophomore Brian Tandy and freshman Emir Davis have settled in as the main return men for the Hoyas, who have not broken any plays this year for TDs. Last week, sophomore PK Michael Gillman missed an extra point in one of his few attempts this year.

Keys to the Game
1.Kicking. We need a game to get the kicking game in order. No out-of-bounds kickoffs, or missed PATs. The goal should be an error-free day kicking the ball.
2.Bottling the run. Bottling up Sarin should effectively bottle up the Hoya attack - key on him early and often. They're an option team, so "Graz" and Jason Murray will need to pursue well to the outside.
3.Pass protection. When Borda goes back to pass, you can't ignore G'Town's talent at the ends. Respect them and give Borda time to pick apart the secondary.
4.Taking care of business. Lehigh must win this game. Don't go in overconfident. The Mountain Hawks have a job they need to complete - make sure it gets done.

Fearless Prediction
Hard to imagine a tougher matchup for the Hoyas. Lehigh hopefully will roll like I know they're capable of doing.

Lehigh 49, G'Town 0

Lehigh at #9; Playoff Scenarios

Polls
Lehigh is currently ranked as high as #9 in the latest polls!
Sports Network (#9)
Any Given Saturday (#9)
ESPN/USA Today (#12)
Dopke.Com (#14)

The only issue I have is, why in Sam Hill is Lehigh ranked only #12 in the ESPN/USA Today poll? Montana (who lost to a bad Portland St. team last week), Wofford (who haven't beaten anybody), and Cal Poly (who lost to UC Davis) are still ranked ahead of them.

Personally I don't think anybody gives credence to the ESPN/USA Today poll over the Sports Network poll, and (looking at this week) for good reason.

Playoff Possibilities in the Patriot League
With the playoffs looming at the end of this month, the 1-AA football season enters its home stretch. In the Patriot League, we have 4 teams that have a chance to win the title and/or make the postseason.

Surprisingly, one team in the driver's seat for a possible title is Lafayette, a team that most people (including this reporter) picked to finish 5th or worse. Now they are having the last laugh.

In control of their own destiny:
Lehigh. With a 3-0 record in division, and a 7-1 record overall, should Lehigh win the rest of their games versus Fordham, Georgetown and Lafayette, they will win the Patriot League, get the automatic playoff bid, and have made a very strong case for a home playoff game. Should they lose 1 game and the Patriot title, they would still have a chance as an at-large team - but keep in mind the 1-AA playoff selection committee has not been kind in regards to a second Patriot League team making it to the playoffs. They would probably need several teams in the SoCon and A-10 to drop out of 1-AA playoff contention by having 4 losses.

Lafayette. With a 3-0 record in division, and a 6-2 record overall, should the Leopards win the rest of their games versus Colgate, Holy Cross, and Lehigh, they will win the Patriot League title and get to the 1-AA playoffs for the first time in their history. Should they beat Colgate and Holy Cross, they would set up a Lehigh/Lafayette showdown that would be for the Patriot League title. Should they lose a game, their 8-3 record with a win over at least one ranked team (Colgate or Lehigh) and a scholarship A-10 team (Richmond, on the road) would be a good case for an at-large bid only if a significant number of playoff-eligible teams have 4 losses. Detractors would look at their loss to Princeton as a big negative. Would need help.

Have a chance but need some help:
Colgate. With a 2-1 record in division, and a 5-3 record overall, should Colgate beat Lafayette, Bucknell, and Fordham, they would need help in the form of 2 losses by Lehigh and 1 loss by Lafayette - a very unlikely scenario. However, they do have a chance for an at-large berth on the strength of their 1-AA playoff run last year should a significant number of playoff-eligible teams have 4 or more losses. Losses to UMass and Lehigh are quality losses, but the Yale loss might really hurt. Would need help.

Fordham. With a 2-1 record in division, and a 5-3 record overall, should Fordham beat Bucknell, Lehigh, and Colgate, they would need help in the form of 1 other loss by Lafayette in order to win the Patriot League outright (with a tiebreaker versus Lehigh). This scenario is eminently possible. Without the scenario winning the league title outright, it is hard to see Fordham getting an at-large bid.

Coming later: Preview of Lehigh/Georgetown

Press Roundup

Press Roundup
Since I'm way past deadline on this, here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to do 3 posts today. This post will contain the press roundup for this past weekends' Lehigh/Colgate game, but I won't do my usual cut-n-paste thing. If you want to see the video highlights, read about Coach Lembo's Winston Chirchill quotes, or hear about how QB Mark Borda tried to sneak into Lehigh games as a kid, you can check out the links and read/view them yourselves.

Next post will be: Polls and Patriot Playoff Scenarios.

The post after that will be: Lehigh/Georgetown Preview.

Everyone OK with that? I thought so. So let's get crackin'!

First of all, if you have Windows Media Player or RealPlayer, you can see the highlights of the game here from CSTV:

CSTV Real Media Player
CSTV Windows Media Player

As for the print writeups:
Morning Call:
Lehigh Overruns Colgate
Borda Uses His Legs to Beat Colgate
Hawks Could be Headed to Dream Clash with Lafayette
Easton Express-Times:
Graziani's Efforts Key Lehigh Win
NY Times (reg'n required):
Lehigh's QB is Too Fast for Colgate
Brown and White:
Lehigh Runs Over Colgate

Whew!

Monday, November 01, 2004

Basking in the afterglow; Game Balls; Weekend Prediction Recap

Basking in the Afterglow
Lehigh Football Nation is stil basking in the afterglow of the Colgate win. What an incredible game. Lehigh fans everywhere are happy that Lehigh has survived their toughtest test of the year against a very good Colgate team, and put them squarely in charge of their own destiny for the Patriot League title. All that remains is taking care of business in the last 3 regular-season games.

I'm going to do the press roundup tomorrow, along with a special "playoff scenario" piece concerning the Patriot League teams still in the running for the title and the playoffs.

Game Balls
I don't think some of these are big surprises, but here they are:
Offense:
Sophomore RB Marques Thompson (112 all-purpose yards, 2 TDs)
Sophomore RB Eric Rath (124 all-purpose yards, 1 TD)
Junior QB Mark Borda (134 yards passing, 2 TDs)
Special mention: The entire "O" Line gets game balls for big 3rd down plays and a huge 4th-and-1 conversion:
Sophomore LT Jim Petruccelli
Senior LG Jason "Rocky" Morrell
Senior C Justin Terry
Junior LG Adam Selemasska
Senior LT Rob Sandie
Defense:
Senior OLB Anthony "Graz" Graziani (18 tackles, 1 INT, 1/2 sack)
Senior SS Karrie Ford (12 tackles, 1 INT which was the key play of the game)
Sophomore LB Julian Austin (8 tackles, 1 INT that won the game)
Special Teams:
Senior P Kyle Keating (39.2 average - key punt inside 20)

Congratulations to all! (Hey, dig all those sophomores on the list!)

Weekend Pick Recap

Another great week, going 11-3! Too bad you can't make money doing this. I picked Western Kentucky, Villanova, Southern Illinois, William & Mary, Bucknell, Fordham and (of course) Lehigh.

Really Right:
North Dakota St./Northwestern St. Prediction: ND St. 29, N'western St. 17. Real score: ND St. 30, N'western St. 17. Too bad ND St. didn't miss an extra point - then it would have been perfect!

Navy/Delaware. Prediction: Navy 31, Delaware 17. Real score: Navy 34, Delaware 20. Right margin of victory, just missed both scores by a FG! I'll take it!

Kinda Right:
UC Davis/Cal Poly. I had more of a defensive battle predicted (20-10), but I'll take the 36-33 upset win.

Montana St./Northern Arizona. I didn't imagine the punishment the Bobcats would inflict on the Lumberjacks - 60-14! Makes my 27-13 prediction seem downright puny.

Should have been right:
Maine/UMass. A freakin' blocked extra point in overtime prevented the Black Bears from keeping their playoff hopes alive. I've got to believe with another OT they would have pulled it out.

Northeastern/New Hampshire. Northeastern drove and, like Colgate, got intercepted in the end zone to kill their chances for the win. If they had converted - I would have gotten the win.

Was I ever wrong!:
Georgia Southern/South Dakota St. Yeah, I got the game right, but come on, I predicted a 27-17 "nailbiter". Try, 63-7 in a game that was over after the coin toss.

Sam Houston St./Stephen F. Austin. In reality this was a close game. But my reason for picking SFA was stupid - going against my gut. Next time, the gut wins. (No, that's not a reference to my diet.)

Tomorrow: Press; Playoffs; Fear the Leopards

Sunday, October 31, 2004

October Surprise

This one doesn't involve anything political, this involves a very happy "October surprise" to report.

Your intrepid reporter forwarded a special 1-AA "gameday" diary of the Lehigh/Colgate game, and guess what? It's now on published on their website!!!

Fan Diary: Lehigh vs. Colgate

Please go on over there and enjoy!

Tomorrow, I'll give out game balls, press roundup, and all that stuff, but tonight I'm going to take a break! See you again tomorrow!
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