You have a properly arranged details of the game. Have you watch the actual match?
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Yes it is. Anyway Paul, you did a great job all year. Loved all your work well done
Unfortunately, it is too late to overturn the decision of the refs.
Williams was very quick in the game especially on the opening kickoff. If Tuck was healthy and ready to go 100%, I would be curious to see how the New Haven D would have handled two quality backs. Tuck did not have the explosiveness that Williams had. They are both two solid backs.
"IUP is getting fixed up" ????????? Really??? Last time I check New Haven is the team that had numerous players limp off the field. The Tuck injury is the same injury he has been dealing with since the Gannon game. He gave it a go in the first half but still wasn't right and shut it down again.
There was also time left after pass was rules incomplete, should have been at least 1 second. Jason did bobble it, however he came down and his left shoulder came down just in bounds and he had control. The coaches film from te camera on the scoreboard right above shows it perfectly
The refs were bad on Saturday but they were bad for both sides. Thompson did catch the ball but lost control when he hit the turf.
The photo in this article clearly shows that Thompson was in bounds, but the call was that he did not maintain possession.
Also multiple blocks in the back on returns not called. There was a catch made by, I think chris Ruffin, but not sure, in the 3rd that was ruled incomplete by a ref 20 yards away. They took of 20 seconds in the 4th with no explanation, however that could have been right, not sure. Still with all this, if they just made the correct call that Thompson was in, UNH would have won as they deserved
UNH was cheated out of this game. 2 UNH TDs called back, Flag was only thrown after it was obvious DeCaro was going to score. The obvious catch by Jason Thompson that the ref 30 yards away called incomplete. multiple obvious personal fouls not called, one of which an IUP player went 5 yards into UNH bench area. IUP broke the huddle with 12 men and it wasn't flagged. These are just the obvious ones. And, oh yea, Thompson was in bounds at the end. Chargers were robbed
I was a senior at UNH during the 1997 season, and was there for almost every home game. There was always a feeling that they would win (and be dominant), and that they would be at the top of their game. The only exception was the national championship game. This year's team is the closest that UNH has come to that level, but it's impossible to compare since 1997 and 2012 are completely different situations.
Can we say "Rollin"?
Great article Paul!
Correction to the article. Andrew Murphy did not make nine starts. 'Murphy appeared in nine contests and only started six times – going 8-for-14 for 51 yards and a touchdown in is three non-starts. In his six starts, Murphy posted per game averages of 35.7-for-58.8 (60.7%) for 404.0 yards and 4.2 touchdowns."
Congratulations to Raheem Stanley, Tom Herd and Dave Stedman. Well done gentlemen, well done.
New Haven will be well represented on the all-conference team from the league. New Haven is the reason that scholarships are being offered by the NE-10 today. If they didn't rejoin the league four years ago, schools would not have the option to offer them today. Post will rejoin the league because they can offer scholarships now. That is one of the reasons they left.
UNH has been that way for a long time. As long as I can remember, UNH always field competitive football teams. They are being respected nationwide even by teams that UNH has never played. May be UNH is what this conference needs and that is to rise the level of competition for all teeams. Now I could see that there are many teams started/starting to ofer schollies for football. Hopefully Post will rejoint the conference next year and this conference is pretty good in the near future.
I thought that New Haven would make some noise in the first couple of years. They put a lot of resources into the program and expect to win. I talked to Coach Rossomando very early one morning in the first training camp back and he was focused to get back to where they were in the 90's. New Haven is the team of the decade right now.
Paul, New Haven is the best team in the league but not team of the year? Let me remind everyone that this is New Haven's 4th year of football and already is a 3 times conference's champion, 2 years in a row in the post-season, undefeated in conference play for 2 years, lost a total of 7 conference games in four years, undefeated all OOC games. When UNH restarted their football program, who would have thought UNH would be in the position they are in right now?
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Oh, yes, Stonehill tries to win games too, just like the big bad Chargers..
Isn't it obvious that all teams want to win? But what I am saying is New haven found ways to win that game vs Stonehill even when they were down. At the time, it seemed like everything was going Stonehill's way and you guys had the momentum to win the game, but did not. The fact is, New Haven is the champ of this conference right now until someone beats them and wins the conference.