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Showing posts from September 19, 2004

God's way of editing

UGH. I lost my huge post to the big blogger in the sky (or, as I like to put it, God's way of editing down the size of my posts). I'm going to have to give a condensed version of that (now lost) post with all my picks for the week. In the Patriot League: Duquesne at Fordham. Can Duquesne make it 3-0 versus the Patriot League (after beating Holy Cross and Georgetown)? Three times is not the charm. Fordham 20, Duquesne 14. Georgetown at Colgate. Hoyas keep it surprisingly close, but Raiders ultimately win. Colgate 24, G'town 16. Lafayette at Richmond. A shocker, with Richmond letting down and Lafayette bouncing back, but Richmond still pulls it out. Richmond 23, Lafayette 22. Columbia at Bucknell. A close defensive game that Bucknell pulls out. Bucknell 17, Columbia 14. In the Top 25: UNH at Dartmouth. Shocker of the week. I don't think UNH will be able to keep up with Dartmouth's passing attack. Big Green outduels an expose

Press; Game balls: Rankings

Flame Extinguishers Lots to report form the press. Not only do we have many game writeups, but we also have FS Kaloma Cardwell, who was selected as Patriot League co-Defensive player of the week. Cardwell captures Patriot League Honors Morning Call: Rath Rumbles in Lehigh Victory Steady Improvement has Lehigh feeling its oats Express-Times: Rath, Borda lift #24 Lehigh Your quotes: "After an especially impressive performance at Liberty on Saturday, Lehigh junior captain Kaloma Cardwell has been named the Patriot League’s Co-Defensive Player of the Week. In the 18-point victory, Cardwell recorded ten tackles (three solo), including one for a loss. Equally as important, Cardwell picked off two Flames’ passes – returning one 31 yards for his first collegiate touchdown. " ''We have what I think is the best offensive line in the Patriot League, if not the nation,'' Rath said. ''They do a great job of dominating peop