After stumbling two weeks ago at home to New Haven, American International showed last Saturday that they are the team to beat in the NE-10. They drove the field in final four minutes to win the game over LIU Post 27-24 and take control of their own destiny.
Quaterback Kevin Arduino did not have the greatest game but played his best when it counted. He was sacked on the first play on the winning drive but then calmly led the Yellow Jackets down the field.
Here is the recap from around the NE-10 this weekend:
AIC tops LIU Post:
New Haven beats Merrimack:
Southern Connecticut stops Stonehill:
It is the final weekend of football in October. The games continue to get bigger and this weekend has several very important games.
St. Anselm (5-2, 4-2 NE-10) @ Assumption (4-3, 4-2 NE-10)
When: October 24th, 7:00 PM
All-Time Series: Assumption leads the series, 10-5-0
My Thoughts: Two teams headed in opposite directions right now.
St. Anselm has lost two straight games. The latest setback was on the road to
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
Here are some of the game stories from around the NE-10:
Bentley beats Southern Connecticut:
New Haven beats AIC:
LIU Post over St. Anselm: