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Fordham Blows Past Penn, 60-22

by Mike Watts

Mike Watts | WFUV Sports

Michael Nebrich threw for six touchdowns, Chase Edmonds passed the 1,000 yard plateau for the season, nine Rams scored points, and Sam Ajala and Tebucky Jones, Jr. finished near 200 yards receiving in a 60-22 Fordham (6-1) drubbing of Penn (0-4).

David Roach Joins One on One

by Sean Hahner

Fordham Athletics

With the upcoming athletics seasons drawing nearer, WFUV's Mike Watts spoke with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach on One on One. During the interview, Roach talks about the recent renovations to Jack Coffey Field, the future of Fordham Football, and the current state of various varsity programs.

To listen to the interview, please click on the links below.

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. 

From Rose Hill To The Rose Bowl

by Bob Ahrens

The Fordham football team had to decline their invitation to the 1942 Rose Bowl because they previously had accepted an invite to the Sugar Bowl.  74 years later Fordham arrived in Pasadena in the person of two noted alums.

Saint Joe’s Overpowers Fordham 82-56

by Alex Smith

 

Entering the Rams’ second matchup of the season against the Saint Joseph’s Hawks, the Fordham Rams had a lot of hope. In their first matchup with the Hawks this season, Fordham played them incredibly close and were a few missed free throws and turnovers away from coming out with a win. Saint Joe’s won that first matchup 66-62. The second time around was not nearly as close, as the Hawks cruised to an 82-56 victory.