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Fordham Football Opens with a Win

by Kelly Kultys

Michael Watts/WFUV Sports

Coach Joe Moorhead's message last year to his team always including going 1-0 that week. So far this year, that's exactly what his team did. Despite the fact that star wide receiver Sam Ajala missed today's game as did linebacker Stephen Hodge, the team stepped up to bring home a 52-23 victory. Chase Edmonds was the star of the game for Fordham, replacing the graduated Carlton Koonce in the backfield. Edmonds put up 181 yards on the ground and two touchdowns in his freshman debut. Mike Nebrich had a solid day going 11 for 26, with 188 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Hodge Out Indefinitely

by Mike Watts

Fordham Athletics

Fordham linebacker Stephen Hodge, the reigning Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year, could miss the 2014 season after sustaining a non-contact lower body injury in practice.

Previewing the Patriot League: Fordham

by Mike Watts, Nick Logerfo

Bob Ahrens | WFUV Sports

This is the seventh of seven articles that preview the 2014 Patriot League. They are in the inverse order of the preseason poll voting by Patriot League football head coaches and sports information directors, who did not include their own school in the selections. Fordham was included in the preseason poll for the first time since introducing scholarships in 2010.

2013 Record: 12-2 Overall, 5-1 Patriot League
Head Coach: Joe Moorhead (3rd season, 18-7)

Fordham is the overwhelming favorite to win the Patriot League title.

Cary and Wholley to Replace Blackwell

by Mike Watts

Fordham Sports Information

After leading the nation in turnover margin last season, Fordham defensive coordinator David Blackwell has moved on after two years on Rose Hill. Multiple sources say Fordham is expected to name Tim Cary and staff newcomer Jon Wholley co-defensive coordinators in the coming week.

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.