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The Dave Roach Roach Report: 11/16

by Mack Rosenberg

Here is the November 2013 edition of the Roach Report, my monthly sit-down with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach. In this month's edition, we spoke about Fordham Football's undefeated hopes moving forward and how crazy the last two games were for the Rams- both two point wins.

Monday Night Quarterback 11/11: Bucknell Analysis, Lafyette Preview

by Julian Atienza

The Fordham Rams are 10-0 for the first time in school history thanks to a thrilling victory over Bucknell on Senior Day. Saturday's game featured one of the wildest endings in recent memory for Fordham, Head Coach Joe Moorhead sits down with Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo and gives his take on this defining win. MNQB looks at the blocked field goal that preserved Fordham's perfect record from three perspectives, Coach moorhead's, Coach Slutzky's and the player who knocked it down himself, Jordan Chapman.

Fordham Hangs on 23-21 Over Bucknell

by Kelly Kultys

Kevin Kelly/WFUV Sports

Today’s game was not for the faint of heart. Fordham saw their 17-7 lead in the 3rd quarter disappear right before their eyes, as Bucknell went up 21-17 as the third came to a close. But the Rams rallied back, thanks to a Mike Marando field goal, to give them a 23-21 lead with eight minutes to play. It was a long eight minutes as the final 60 seconds alone featured turnovers, penalties and a blocked field goal, but Fordham hung on for the victory.

#8 Fordham Trumps Yale 52-31

by Kelly Kultys

Peter Gariepy, GSB 2005

With the win, Fordham remains undefeated, going 8-0 for the first time in the modern era - and they did it in style today. The Rams captured the lead 7-0 on a 68-yard touchdown pass from Michael Nebrich to Sam Ajala on the second play of the game and never looked back.

Time To Take #8 Fordham Seriously

by Mike Watts

Fordham Athletics

There was a different vibe in week six at Jack Coffey Field than there was in week two.  Week two felt like old Fordham football, a team hoping to compete and play Villanova close. A month later, we could tell Fordham football was entering a new era.