Here are the comments from the NE-10 coaches yesterday at the weekly luncheon. Bentley quarterback Danny Guadagnoli also was awarded with the Gold Helmet Award from his performance against Assumption last Friday night.
Bentley head coach Thom Boerman and Guadagnoli:
Stonehill defensive coordinator Eli Gardner:
For a team to win the league title, every week of the season is important. They need to take care of business whether they are playing the best or worst team in the league. Every game matters.
Week 4 Capsules
Pace (0-3, 0-2 NE-10) at AIC (1-1, 1-0 NE-10)
When: September 21st, 7:00 PM
All-Time Series: AIC leads the series, 13-2-0
My thoughts: These teams seem to be headed in opposite directions.
Here is the weekly NE-10 football release:
It was a tough weekend to be a home team in the NE-10. All five home teams lost on their own field last weekend. All of the games were dominated by the road team as only one home team lost by less than 10 points.
The closest road game of the weekend was the last minute victory by Bentley at Assumption. The most impressive road victory of the weekend was AIC running wild at Merrimack.
Updated 09-17-2012 at 12:08 PM by Paul Falewicz
Here are some recaps from the NE-10 games over the weekend:
Southern Connecticut falls to 0-3:
Stonehill wins at St. Anselm:
Bentley wins in the final minute over Assumption: