The word that sums up the 2014 football season for Lehigh is almost, and nowhere was that almost more symbolic and frustrating was in their opening weekend against a team that would make it to the FCS Playoffs, James Madison. Early in the 4th quarter, thanks to a gutty touchdown run by senior RB Rich Sodeke , Lehigh held a 28-24 lead on the Dukes and had taken advantage of a litany of James Madison miscues to get the ball at their 20 and a golden opportunity to stomp on the throat of the Dukes. But that 4th quarter instead was an all-too-accurate look into the small things that cost the Mountain Hawks wins this season. In the end, it wasn't the talent that had Lehigh limp to a 3-8 finish in the 2014 schedule. It was a whole lot of little things.