A Season Dragging to a Close - Fordham Loses Seventh Straight
It's simple, everything has gone wrong for the Fordham University Football team in 2011. Saturday was no different. The Rams turned the ball over four times – one that directly lead to a touchdown – and the special teams allowed a 73-yard kickoff return on the way to dropping their seventh straight game, 30-13 at Georgetown.
Rams fall short in last road game of the season
Coming off a 55-0 loss at Army in a game that had weather more appropriate for January 29th than October 29th, the Fordham Rams football team headed to our nation’s capital to battle the Georgetown Hoyas on Saturday, November 5th.
The upstart Hoyas entered the game 7-2, and at 3-1 in the Patriot League, tied for the league lead with the 2-0 Lehigh Mountain Hawks. The team honored 21 seniors prior to the contest, and then went out and handed the Rams a 30-13 defeat, avenging a 24-19 loss at Jack Coffey Field last October 30th.
Rams fall to the Leopards in Easton
A failed onside attempt by the Rams in the 4th quarter led to a Lafayette touchdown as Fordham saw its chance to snatch a road win fall through their fingers. Kyle Kesses, Ricky Cibrano, and Alex Smith have the full postgame coverage, including words with coach Tom Masella.