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the Fordham Rams surrendered a 13 point lead to Siena midway through the second half that eventually led to them picking up their 6th loss of the season. With the loss, the Rams fall to 7-6 overall with their out of conference schedule coming to a close. In an overall sloppy game, the Rams tallied 16 turnovers in a game that featured 29 from the two teams combined. Close to eight minutes into the second half, Siena went on a 22-0 scoring run and never looked back.

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Category:Fordham Basketball -- posted at: 5:20am EDT

On Saturday afternoon the Fordham Rams basketball team fell on the road to the Monmouth Hawks by a score of 87-78 at the Multipurpose Activity Center. The loss puts Fordham at 6-4 overall, while Monmouth improves to 6-6. Mack Rosenberg and Chris Marasco chat with Associate Head Coach David Duke to hear what he had to say about the Fordham loss.

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Category:Fordham Basketball -- posted at: 9:30pm EDT

In this December edition of the Dave Roach report, Mack Rosenberg recaps the football team's banner season with the Fordham Athletic Director. Dave also reveals some of the schedule for the 2014 Fordham Football season. He talks about the strong performances of both basketball teams, changes to Jack Coffey Field, new swimming recruits and much more.

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:35am EDT

On this edition of the Stephanie Gaitley Show, I talked with Coach Gaitley about the keys to the team’s winning streak, adjusting during finals week and the upcoming game against Illinois State. Coach Gaitley’s mother also stopped by the show to give her insight about the team’s performance and enlighten us with stories of a young Stephanie Gaitley.

We were also joined by freshmen Hannah Missry and Daniele Padavano. The two Jersey natives discussed the challenges of transitioning to the college game, their lasting impression of Thanksgiving in Las Vegas and the future of Fordham Women’s Basketball.

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Category:Fordham Basketball -- posted at: 6:30am EDT

On the final episode of this season's Monday Night Quarterback, Head Coach Joe Moorhead talks with Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo about the Rams falling short in the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs aginst Towson, 48-28. He also looks back at the best season that Fordham has had in the modern era.

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Category:Monday Night Quarterback -- posted at: 1:30pm EDT

The Rams' dream 12-2 season comes to close with a 48-28 loss against Towson in the second round of the FCS playoff. Michael Nebrich threw for 394 yards and 4 TDs, but that wasn't enough as Towson's Walter Payton finalist Terrance West rushed for 3 scores and quarterback Peter Athens threw for another 3. Towson will advance to the quarterfinals, while Fordham heads back to Bronx. 

It was an unexpected season for the Rams after going 1-10 two years ago and 6-5 last year. Coach Moorhead's squad exceeded many expectations and was even ranked in the FCS top 5 in the polls at one point. The Rams were in this one the entire way too, with a 21-21 tie going into halftime. In the second half, however, the offense sputtered and the Tigers' offense proved too much for the defense to handle. 

The Rams went down 21-7 early, but two touchdown passes from Michael Nebrich and some luck, with a kickoff glancing off a Towson player that Fordham was able to recover, the Rams found themselves all tied up. In the second half, Athens started quickly, throwing a 46 yard touchdown and would keep the lead the rest of the game. 

Mack Rosenberg, Michael Watts, and Nick Logerfo break down today's loss and recap the entire game. The guys highlighted Dan Light's impressive day, despite the game's outcome and talked about Athens' tremendous performance. 

Matt Moro caught up with Coach Joe Moorhead for his reactions after the loss.

Click the link below to listen to the entire postgame show or download it on iTunes. 

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Category:Fordham Football -- posted at: 6:15pm EDT

Last Saturday's victory over the Sacred Heart Pioneers, 37-27, marked the first time the Fordham Rams won a playoff game at Jack Coffey Field.  In advancing to the second round of the FCS playoffs, the Rams improved to 7-0 at home and 12-1 overall, both are now Fordham records. Fordham Head Coach Joe Moorhead hopes that the team can continue their record shattering season. He sat down with Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo to recap and analyze this playoff win.

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Category:Monday Night Quarterback -- posted at: 8:00pm EDT

One on One Postgame Report after Fordham four point win over rival Manhattan at the Draddy Gymnasium. Chris Marasco and Kenny Ducey recap the game and interview Fordham associate head coach David Duke.

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:24am EDT

Jack Coffey Field was silent a mere two weeks ago when starting quarterback Michael Nebrich left the Bucknell game with a knee injury. Today, the Fordham fans cheered once again as he returned to the field. The Rams fell last week without Nebrich, but the offense took off with his return, marching 65 yards in under two minutes to give Fordham a 7-0 this afternoon. They would not look back. Fordham scored four touchdowns on their first four drives of the game, and when all was said and done, the team racked up 8 trips to the endzone. 

Wide receiver and punt returner, Brian Wetzel, had half of those - three through the air, one an 81-yard punt return. Tebucky Jones was the team's leading receiver with 224 yards through the air and one touchdown. On the ground, Carlton Koonce rushed for nearly 150 and added 2 scores of his own. 

Fordham, ranked 11/12 heading into the game, now awaits the decision of the NCAA Selection Committee on November 24th. 

Click the below or listen on itunes for my recap of the game 

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Category:Fordham Football -- posted at: 5:47pm EDT

DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey sit down with Fordham women's basketball head coach Stephanie V. Gaitley to discuss the Rams weekend split with Hofstra and the University of the Pacific.  They also interview two Rams making noise already this season - forwards Samantha Clark and Emily Tapio.

Direct download: Gaitley_Show_11-21.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:16pm EDT

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