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Monday Night Quarterback 10/22: Midterm Report Card

Fordham Rams a Much Improved Program Seven Games Into 2012 Campaign

On this edition of Monday Night Quarterback, coach Moorhead evaluates his team's performance thus far in his first year as a head coach. He talks about what the team has done over the bye week to prepare for Holy Cross. Fordham broadcasters Alex Smith, Mike Watts and DJ Sixsmith offer their insight on the first seven games Fordham Rams season.

Monday Night Quarterback 10/15: Cincinnati Analysis

Rams Dominate First Half but Fall to 20th Ranked Bearcats 49-17

Mike Watts and Mack Rosenberg are joined by Fordham Coach Joe Moorhead who breaks down some of the key plays in the Cincinnati game and shares some things his team has gained from playing a top-ranked FBS school. With the Rams headed into the bye week, coach Moorhead talks about the things the players and coaching staff will be doing to prepare for their next game against Holy Cross.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 5

Mack Rosenberg & Mike Watts (Guest: Mark Cannizzaro Jets Writer for the New York Post)

Mack and Mike break down the Giants loss to the Eagles. Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo gives listeners the latest injury updates and sound from Big Blue.  Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello has the latest on the circus that is Gang Green. Then Jets writer for the New York Post Mark Canizzaro joins the guys and gives his insight on what the team needs to do to turn it around.

Monday Night Quarterback 9/24: Columbia Analysis, Lehigh Preview

Fordham Wins the Liberty Cup, Now Take on Defending Patriot League Champ Lehigh


This week's Monday Night Quarterback looks back at last week's Liberty Cup victory over rival Columbia and the Rams impressive 3-1 start.  We spoke with head coach Joe Moorhead about the team's early season struggles with turnovers, the explosive play from the running back position, and how his team will look to battle league power Lehigh on the road this Saturday in Bethlehem, PA.

Sitting Strasburg Only Fosters Washington’s Losing Culture

Washington's run at the pennant will come without their star pitcher, which is a shame.

The Washington Nationals have looked a lot more like the Washington Generals for the last 79 years.  Going back to 1933 as the Washington Senators, there have been no pennants, no World Series Titles.  They haven’t had a winning season since moving from Montreal in 2005 and Washington hasn’t seen a winning baseball season since 1969.

Not Just Rookies Getting the Job Done in NY

Red Bulls veterans are as much to thank for the recent winning streak as the surprising youngsters

Give some credit to the New York Red Bulls.  They won again without Thierry Henry (hamstring), Rafa Marquez (due back from suspension by injured his ankle in training), Stephen Keel (back sprain), Teemu Tainio (right knee sprain) and Wilman Conde (left groin sprain).  Somehow they found a way to win starting rookies at three back line positions.  I hardly imagined New York picking up three points against the Houston Dynamo with a lineup featuring a 5’5” rookie left back (Connor Lade), a center back with 225 minutes of playing time in the MLS (Tyler Ruthven), a four year pro who never seemed to latch on with D.C. United (Brandon Barklage), and a rookie keeper fresh out of college (Ryan Meara).  Admit it, you didn’t expect a win either.  And even if you did think they would manage to pull out a victory, you had to know it would come in another 1-0 affair.