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  • #31969
    RichH
    RichH
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    2 deep up Lynn starting at DE
    Brags listed as starting
    Kelsey and Portoreal at Fl.

    #31948
    van
    van
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    no idea what to expect this week, but would sure like to see some shake up on the 2 deep

    #31970

    LUPhillyPhan
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    Any word on Harrison Johnson DE? Heard he might be out as well.

    #31971
    RichH
    RichH
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    I’ll ask but he is listed

    #31972

    lfnadmin
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    CSJ picks Yale to finish 5th:

    http://www.college-sports-journal.com/2017-season-fcs-college-football-picks-ivy-league/

    RB Alan Lamar, the expected starter, is out for the season; Mountain Hawk killer Deshawn Salter is expected to start this week vs. Lehigh:

    http://yaledailynews.com/downthefield/2017/09/12/rb-lamar-to-miss-all-of-2017-with-injury/

    #31983

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    Yale RB Deshawn Salter vs. Lehigh (2 games):

    384 yards rushing, 2 TDs

    This Saturday he’s headed to Murray Goodman.

    #31985
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    That’s funny LFN.

    If you, the stats below and my math are right, Salter has 384 yards in two games vs LU (192 ypg) and 535 yards in 17 games (31.4 ypg) against other teams.

    http://stats.washingtonpost.com/cfb/players.asp?id=241349

    Will our defense make Salter look like Chase Edmonds or Deshawn Salter?

    Our D made Monmouth’s Pete Guerriero look like Edmonds last week (189 yards). Even Lafayette held Guerriero, in his FIRST college game, to 139.

    Would be interesting to see how many second-rate RBs end up looking like Edmonds against us. Edmonds had 182 vs us last year and 359 vs Lafayette in a year in which he averaged almost 164 ypg.

    #31987
    RichH
    RichH
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    We still give up a monster run or2 each week. Dont think it makes any difference who the RB is.
    Perhaps to ease the angst we should look at Mayes’ stats from last year.

    #31993

    buck
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    Yale has to be licking their chops watching film of Lehigh’s defense.

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    #31994
    LU808
    LU808
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    An uncalled for comment!

    #31995
    RichH
    RichH
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    Well buck perhaps they are. You think Mayes isnt looking forward to the Yale 2ndary. Do try to recall last year’s game.

    #31996

    Guardian14
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    Buck…completely uncalled for. completely crossed the line. I swear sometimes the comments on this board boil my blood. I have no problem with people writing something as long a they are just as comfortable saying the same thing in person out from cover of an emoji and anonymous screen name. I doubt that is the case with you.

    #31997

    LehighGuy
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    Buck, they aren’t afraid to hit, they don’t know how to! Arm tackling and diving at ankles is what they do. Who will emerge as the new star RB from Yale sat? We make everyone stars. I hope Mayes repeat his performance from last yr, our only hope.

    #31998

    LUPhillyPhan
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    Kids are doing the best they can with what they are given
    1) play calling
    2) wrong players in wrong positions
    3) coaches loyalty to certain players- regardless of talent
    Btw. Buck, really showing your keyboard courage today. Maybe you should volunteer to be a tackling dummy :)

    #32004

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    Lehigh at Yale Game Preview: Reclaiming Swagger Requires Facing Uncomfortable History

    http://lehighfootballnation.blogspot.com/2017/09/lehigh-at-yale-game-preview-reclaiming.html

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