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Five Questions Going Into Lehigh's Brown-White Game In 2015

Five Questions Going Into Lehigh's Brown-White Game In 2015

Lehigh Football Nation April 17, 2015 Comments Off on Five Questions Going Into Lehigh's Brown-White Game In 2015

RB Cody Haupt in last year’s Brown/White game (Morning Call) Lehigh will hold its annual Brown-White spring football game tomorrow at Murray Goodman Stadium, to be broadcast on the Patriot League Network starting at

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Quarterbacks and Tight Ends

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Quarterbacks and Tight Ends

Lehigh Football Nation April 17, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Quarterbacks and Tight Ends

Coach Coen talking to team (Morning Call) With a depleted spring roster, there were some doubts that Lehigh would be able to have a full-blown spring game. Late this week, though, it was confirmed

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Backs and Special Teams

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Backs and Special Teams

Lehigh Football Nation April 16, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Backs and Special Teams

Senior SS Randall Lawson (Morning Call) Lehigh’s defensive numbers in 2014, as I mentioned before, leave a lot to be desired. And when you look at the secondary, it’s the same story. Out of

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Wide Receivers and Running Backs

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Wide Receivers and Running Backs

Lehigh Football Nation April 15, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Wide Receivers and Running Backs

WR Troy Pelletier in an Oct 2014 practice (Brown and White) Penn State is frequently called “Linebacker U”, thanks to all the famous linebackers that played for them. If Penn State is “Linebacker U”,

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Linebackers

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Linebackers

Lehigh Football Nation April 13, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Linebackers

LB Colton Caslow (NJ.com) Three of four starters return in Lehigh’s linebacking corps in 2015, which is why Lehigh Nation sees this area as one of Mountain Hawk strength in 2015. Only one senior

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Offensive Line

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Offensive Line

Lehigh Football Nation April 10, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Offensive Line

Senior OL Matt Ford We live in a world where we can judge the work of an offensive line by the overall output of the offense. Gone are the days when you can look

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LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Line

LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Line

Lehigh Football Nation April 8, 2015 Comments Off on LFN's 2015 Spring Preview – Defensive Line

Lehigh NG Tyler Cavenas The 2014 numbers don’t get any better when you look at them five months later. Team Sacks: 104th. Team Tackles for Loss: 118th. Rushing Defense: 100th. In order to have

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Arguments Over Bowl Payouts Makes Me Wonder Whether A MEAC/SWAC Reorg Is Better

Arguments Over Bowl Payouts Makes Me Wonder Whether A MEAC/SWAC Reorg Is Better

Lehigh Football Nation April 6, 2015 Comments Off on Arguments Over Bowl Payouts Makes Me Wonder Whether A MEAC/SWAC Reorg Is Better

I actually feel bad for the schools and athletes of the MEAC. Last year, the players and coaches of the schools of the MEAC knew that they all had an equal chance to compete

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Virginia Bill to Micromanage Athletics Funding Hurts Smaller Schools

Virginia Bill to Micromanage Athletics Funding Hurts Smaller Schools

Lehigh Football Nation April 1, 2015 Comments Off on Virginia Bill to Micromanage Athletics Funding Hurts Smaller Schools

James Madison vs. Virigina Tech (HamptonRoads.com) This article from the Virginian Pilot-Online might have escaped your attention, but it could be something that has deep-ranging effects on collegiate athletics. While the bill only affects

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Buckeyes demolish Ducks

Buckeyes demolish Ducks

Timothy Earl January 17, 2015 Comments Off on Buckeyes demolish Ducks

The 4th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes overcame four turnovers with a record setting 246 yards rushing by sophomore Ezekiel Elliott to win the first-ever playoff era National Championship game, 42-20 over the 2nd-ranked Oregon Ducks

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Dallas Wallops Washington

Dallas Wallops Washington

Timothy Earl December 31, 2014 Comments Off on Dallas Wallops Washington

The Washington defense was no match for Tony Romo and the record-setting, playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys as they humilated the Redskins 44-17 at a disappointed FedEx Field. The Redskins, after a two-yard rushing touchdown by

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Redskins Rip Eagles

Redskins Rip Eagles

Timothy Earl December 24, 2014 Comments Off on Redskins Rip Eagles

The Washington Redskins, behind a reinvigorated Robert Griffin III, beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-24, nearly knocking their NFC East rival out of the playoffs at a delirious FedEx Field. The Eagles (9-6) helped Washington by

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Bucs Bash Redskins

Bucs Bash Redskins

Timothy Earl November 20, 2014 Comments Off on Bucs Bash Redskins

 The Washington Redskins were done in by turnovers, mistakes and a rookie wide receiver, losing to the (1-8) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-7 at a disappointed FedEx Field. Tampa Bay (2-8) rookie wide receiver Mike

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Redskins Defeat Dallas in Overtime

Redskins Defeat Dallas in Overtime

Timothy Earl November 8, 2014 Comments Off on Redskins Defeat Dallas in Overtime

With a revived Colt McCoy and a rejuvenated defense, the Washington Redskins, against all odds beat the Dallas Cowboys 20-17 in overtime at A T&T Stadium on Monday Night Football. Dallas at (6-1) and

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Cardinals clip Redskins

Cardinals clip Redskins

Timothy Earl October 17, 2014 Comments Off on Cardinals clip Redskins

The Washington Redskins fought hard but a fourth quarter meltdown resulted in their fourth straight loss, a 30-20 thumping at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium. With the

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Winston An Example of What’s Wrong at FSU and Notre Dame

Winston An Example of What’s Wrong at FSU and Notre Dame

Dave Mitchell October 16, 2014 Comments Off on Winston An Example of What’s Wrong at FSU and Notre Dame

Yes Florida State is playing Notre Dame this weekend. It’s the best match up money can televise. Many will call it a top 5 showdown. It should be called the Felony Bowl. Florida State

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Eagles soar past Redskins

Eagles soar past Redskins

Timothy Earl September 27, 2014 Comments Off on Eagles soar past Redskins

The Washington Redskins fought hard, but in the end came up short, losing to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-34 at Lincoln Financial Field. The game saw each team taking the others best punch. With the

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Redskins give away opener to Texans

Redskins give away opener to Texans

Timothy Earl September 9, 2014 Comments Off on Redskins give away opener to Texans

The Washington Redskins, who were undone by redzone turnovers and poor special teams play, lost their season opener 17-6 to the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium. Washington (0-1) playing their first game under new

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Dungy Speaks Out on Sam.  Manziel Not Far Behind

Dungy Speaks Out on Sam. Manziel Not Far Behind

Dave Mitchell July 22, 2014 Comments Off on Dungy Speaks Out on Sam. Manziel Not Far Behind

Former Indianapolis and Tampa Bay head coach Tony Dungy has made his feelings known on Michael Sam. You remember Sam. He’s the Defensive Tackle from Missouri that decided it was a good idea to

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USC Football: Previewing the Offensive Line

USC Football: Previewing the Offensive Line

Ultimate Sports Talk May 26, 2014 Comments Off on USC Football: Previewing the Offensive Line

Tim Drevno will coach the offensive line for the Trojans this year. He has 23 years of coaching experience and most recently coached the O-line of the San Francisco 49ers that had two offensive

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