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Monday Night Quarterback Playoff Edition: Towson Recap and 2014 Preview

Coaches Joe Moorhead, David Blackwell QB Michael Nebrich, LB Stephen Hodge, WR Sam Ajala, DL Brett Biestek

On the final episode of this season's Monday Night Quarterback, Head Coach Joe Moorhead talks with Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo about the Rams falling short in the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs aginst Towson, 48-28. He also looks back at the best season Fordham has had in the modern era.

Fordham Retains Ram-Crusader Cup, Beat Holy Cross 32-30

Nebrich Breaks Single-game Passing Record, Rams Survive Post-Halloween Scare

The Fordham Rams continued their pursuit of an undefeated season with a narrow defeat over Holy Cross this Saturday 32-30. Fordham was led, as they have been all season, by quarterback Michael Nebrich who became the first player in school history to throw for over 500 yards. 

Monday Night Quarterback 10/14: Georgetown Recap, Yale Preview

Coach Joe Moorhead, Coach David Blackwell, QB Michael Nebrich and CB Jordan Chapman

The Fordham Rams are now 7-0 for the first time since they went 7-0-1 in the 1930 season.      Get an inside look at their continued success as Head Coach Joe Moorhead analyzes the Georgetown victory with DJ Sixsmith and Mack Rosenberg. Coach Moorhead also speaks to the historic start of the Football season.

#13 Fordham Outscores #10 Lehigh, Unbeaten Run Continues

Michael Nebrich racks up five touchdowns, including three to Sam Ajala

Fordham (6-0) and Lehigh (4-1) seemed nearly even through 29 minutes and 40 seconds.  A 40-yard touchdown to Sam Ajala with 13 seconds left in the first half proved to be a turning point, as the Rams outguned the Mountain Hawks down the stretch to extend their unbeaten start.

Fordham Overpowers Columbia, 52-7

Rams bring home the Liberty Cup for 3rd consecutive year

As the clock ticked to zero, the scoreboard read 52-7, a resounding victory for Fordham to keeping them undefeated for the season. However, just a half before, the Rams went into the locker room up just 10-0 and having blown an opportunity to score right before the half. Coach Joe Moorhead said the offense needed to come out fast in the second half, and they did.