NCAA Football: the wacky, the un- deniable, and the unfair

Drew Friedman ‘16 and Mike Morgan ‘16 Collaborative Writers Suspensions. Upsets. Bold predictions. These things never change in college football. While these things have been occurring for numerous decades, suspensions have become the most prevalent topic in all of college sports. In past years players are sidelined due to misconduct off the field, or for […]

Ground and Pound

Lafayette’s Historical Offensive Philosophy Photos by Hana Isihara ‘17 On Nov. 13, 2004, Joe McCourt ’04 exploded for 156 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries. McCourt and his teammates combined for 344 total rushing yards. Lafayette defeated Holy Cross 56-20.   It was Oct. 25, 2008. The Fordham Rams, a familiar foe, was the opposition.  […]