That was freshman RB Micco Brisker, who told this to The Brown and White this week in regards to last week's game versus Princeton.
It's a good attitude to have going into this weekend's game versus Yale.
It would be easy to complain about injuries, or the officials, or unlucky bounces of the football last week. But to this team's credit, that wasn't what the discussion points were about in the weekday media sessions. It was about owning those mistakes, and moving on.
“We need to cut out mental mistakes like penalties and missed assignments on the field, as well as win the turnover margin by forcing more turnovers defensively and preventing them from happening offensively,” said junior LB Colton Caslow this week.
This weekend Lehigh will be looking to move on, actually, from two different games, one from last weekend, where it felt like the Mountain Hawks' own mistakes cost them the game, and a game a year ago, in which Lehigh lost two 21 point leads and lost a marathon of a game, 54-43, to the same opponents they face at homecoming this year, Yale.
Homecoming is always a big weekend for Lehigh football, but a win for Lehigh this weekend would likely mean a lot more than just making the alumni happy. It would mean "moving on" to league play with the slate finally cleaned - officially, this time.
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