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Fordham Falls Short at Richmond, 82-70

by Matt Moro

WFUV Sports :: Chris Marasco

Fordham lost a tough one on Saturday night by a final score of 82-70 against the Richmond Spiders. After falling behind 6-0 at the beginning of the game, the Rams surged back with the stellar play of Freshman Jon Severe and Senior Brandon Frazier. 

The Rams were down by just 7 points at half time after Frazier went one for two from the foul line with 3 seconds on the clock. It was a back and forth game throughout the second half with Fordham getting to within single digits a couple times but never taking the lead. 

Fordham Comes Up Short Against Saint Bonaventure

by Anthony Pucik

WFUV Sports

The Fordham Rams fell to Saint Bonaventure at the Rose Hill Gym 76-65 Wednesday night.

Mandell Thomas and Branden Frazier led Fordham with 20 points apiece, while Andell Cumberbatch and Matthew Wright led the way with 18 points each for Saint Bonaventure. The Bonnies also out rebounded the Rams 40 to 28. The loss dropped the Rams to 9-14 on the season, and 2-8 in Atlantic 10 play. 

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GW's Start Too Hot for Fordham

by Anthony Pucik

Mack Rosenberg :: WFUV Sports

Fordham fell to George Washington on the road Saturday night 93-67. The Colonials shot the ball very well all game. They used a stretch of 11 straight baskets in the first half to take a commanding 56-33 lead at the half.

WFUV Alums Preview Super Bowl XLVIII

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV Sports

 WFUV is well-know for producing some of the best broadcasters in the industry. From Vin Scully to Michael Breen to Spero Dedes, the list is extraordinary. Three prominent alums in the media capital of the world joined One on One Live from Radio Row on Thursday and Friday to give their take on a New York Super Bowl as well as what Seattle and Denver must do to take home the prize. 

Fordham Alum in the Super Bowl

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV Sports

For Greg Wilson, the path to the Super Bowl was an unlikely one. A mere two weeks ago, Wilson was out in San Francisco selling insurance to make a life. Now, he's back in the city that never sleeps on the practice squad for a team that has a chance to win Super Bowl XLVIII. 

The 6-foot wideout played his last two years of college ball at Fordham after transferring from Diablo Valley Community College. Wilson scored four touchdowns in each of his two years and had over 1,000 receiving.