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  • #28371
    van
    van
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    remember the last trip to the Yale bowl, up 28-7 and let it all slip away, time for some big time redemption and pay back

    #28372

    Lehigh74
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    I believe Shafnisky tweaked his knee in the Princeton game. Sometimes injuries like that are worse the next day. Does anyone have a update on the injury?

    #28373

    Doc Qb
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    He was in a precautionary boot after game, chatted w him in parking lot, he wants Yale bad. He’s really getting confident, and putting big numbers on Yale the way Colgate did, sets up well going into early ‘gate week for LU.

    #28374

    hawktalker
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    Hope Shaf is okay because Yale is very beatable. They have scored only 13 points in both of their two games. They held LU to a season-low 12 points last year. Payback is a b****

    #28375
    RichH
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    O’Hara is important issue for Yale.
    So far Y’s inability to find a QB has stifled their O.
    Reno will wake them up sooner or later. I vote for later. :)

    #28376

    Hawkineer2
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    Last time at the Yale Bowl, their team was very effective at cut blocking. For a while. there was a Lehigh player lying on the ground with the medical staff after almost every play. I think 4 or 5 LU players were carried off the field and knocked out of the game with season ending injuries to the knees or ankles. This sapped momentum and removed some of our best linemen.
    I do not believe the refs called a penalty once so maybe this was a legal form of cut blocking? In any case, it got the job done and Yale turned the game around and won against a depleted Lehigh team.

    #28377

    buck
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    Lehigh needs to crap on Yale’s safe place.

    #28378
    RichH
    RichH
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    Shaf named Natiinal Player of the week by CFPA.

    #28379

    toddcudd
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    Good thing I don’t have the ban-hammer.

    #28380
    RichH
    RichH
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    Good thing I don’t have the ban-hammer.

    Boy that twin app really got you going today. :)

    #28381
    Go Lehigh TU Owl
    Go Lehigh TU Owl
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    It would be nice if Lehigh came out and out put together a complete 60 minutes on both sides of the ball. Colgate’s next week (terrible scheduling imo, should be week 9 every year) so the time is now to step up. Yale’s offense has been terrible to start the year. The defense can’t allow them to go up and down the field. Lehigh should be able to hold them to under 21 points imo.

    Yale has really been a thorn in Lehigh’s side the last two years. Lehigh played its worse game of 2015 by far against Yale at home. They were terrible in all 3 phases in that game. Shafnisky couldn’t hit an open receiver to save his life and the defense gave up 200+ yards to a 3rd string RB.

    I’d love to see a 45-17 type win! Hopefully the weather cooperates!

    #28386

    TMH
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    Shaf named Natiinal Player of the week by CFPA.

    Can’t be, he doesn’t throw the long ball. Just teasing!!!

    It is not even the end of September and Lehigh has had 2 National Player of the Week designations with Nick and Sam Miller in soccer.

    #28387

    LU808
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    Shafnisky was also named “National Player of the Week” runner up the prior week by CFPA.

    #28390

    just a fan
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    So happy for the young lads. Looks like they are communicating more on the back end. That’s good to see the rotating of safties. Looks all them can ball back there so why not let all them play. Keep em fresh. Again just happy for them.

    I GOT WINNERS!!!

    #28392
    RichH
    RichH
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    FCS STATS (TSN) also named Nick the ooffensive Player of the week

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