How often do you get to use the word upset and New Haven in the same sentence? Since the Chargers brought their football program back in 2009, this might be the first time.
New Haven trailed by seven points in the final two minutes on the road at AIC and somehow escaped with a 31-24 victory. It was the first loss in the NE-10 for the Yellow Jackets and the four straight win for New Haven.
Joey Bradley tossed two touchdowns in those final two minutes
Media coverage of GSC action this week:
UWA over Shorter (Thursday):
UWG over DSU:
We have 3 games remaining in the 2014 season... While the OCC is done for now the conference races are heating up. The CIAA North is a 2-team race and they reside in Virginia. VSU and VUU have clearly established themselves as the teams to beat in the division. While VSU was expected to be in this position we have pleasantly been surprised by the resurgence of VUU.
The CIAA South is also summing up to be a 2-team race also. Unlike the CIAA North,
Updated Yesterday at 12:25 PM by Peter Eley
Usually, I incorporate recaps into my previews. However, with quite a few of the GAC games having interesting story lines this past weekend, business as usually wouldnít do it justice. So without further ado:
Henderson State 24 Arkansas Tech 3
Recap: HSU jumped out to a 14-0 lead on ATU. The score was only 21-3 at halftime. HSUís offense finished with 378 total yards, but 286 of them came in the first half. HSUís pass game looked good in the first half but credit ATUís
Kutztown Renames Stadium in honor of Andre Reed
Kutztown University appropriately renamed the football stadium in honor of the Universityís most accomplished athlete. The sign on the front of the two-story press box inside the stadium now reads ANDRE REED STADIUM. Reed, a native of Allentown, PA, played at Kutztown from 1981-1984 and was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 1985 NFL draft with the 86th pick. He went on to have a Pro Football Hall of Fame career in Buffalo,