Back-to-back PL champs 2016 and 2017.... but need to get back to relevance in the national FCS scene.
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by IPSY1975 » Sat Sep 10, 2022 10:22 pm
Sundayamqb wrote: ↑Sat Sep 10, 2022 9:12 pm
A win is a win, but ... some of you noted the MAJOR G-town mess-ups earlier.
Pretty uninspired offensive play calling by LU, though we do have some decent talent on O (so did Hoyas, for a change).
Lehigh a better-coached team -- far fewer major errors -- but that's not saying much.
I don't like the three-headed RB monster, which seems like a remnant of Gilmore's from Holy Cross. I think you go with the hot hand/legs ... and let someone win the job, with backups based on injuries, plays, rest, etc.
Why does my gut tell me that that the Coaching Staff is not using what seems to be a group of talented players and recruits
It must be because I read all of the above comments and to my dismay reached this conclusion
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by LU808 » Sat Sep 10, 2022 10:36 pm
That certainly does NOT apply to the Offensive line. The freshmen have been playing very well.
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by News » Sun Sep 11, 2022 2:55 am
Lehigh “Just Wins, Baby” – Mountain Hawks Survive Georgetown, 21-19
https://www.college-sports-journal.com/ ... own-21-19/
Despite getting outgained 422-306; despite losing the turnover battle (Lehigh turned it over twice, Georgetown 0 times); despite giving up four first downs with penalties and running 30 fewer offensive plays than the Hoyas, the Mountain Hawks lined up with 1:04 to play with the ability to deny Georgetown’s two point conversion and preserve the win – and they did so, putting them, at least for now, atop the Patriot League standings.
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by LUopa » Mon Sep 12, 2022 9:30 am
Great team win! Those defensive stands in the 3rd and 4th qtr won the game for us.
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