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Game Breakdown: Lehigh at Fordham, 10/5/2013

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Game Breakdown: Lehigh at Fordham, 10/5/2013

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We break down the Fordham game – and we give our fearless prediction below the flip.

Though this game doesn’t officially count towards the Patriot League standings, make no mistake about how big this game is for both programs.

Look no further than the ticket sales for this game.

Fordham’s Jack Coffey field is sold out, all 7,000 seats, and even on StubHub.com this game is a hot ticket, with no tickets available as of right now.  (Check back if you still need tickets!)

A sold-out, 7,000 seat venue for a meaningful football game is what FCS football is all about, and whatever happens it’s going to be a fantastic ambassador for Patriot League football broadcast across the country on CBS Sports Network.
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Know Your 2013 Opponents: Fordham

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Know Your 2013 Opponents: Fordham

In 2010, Fordham limped to a 1-10 record, ending head coach Tom Masella‘s time as head coach on Rose Hill.

In the offseason, outgoing active athletic director Frank McLaughlin introduced Fordham’s next head coach, Joe Moorhead, and exclaimed to all present, “This is not a rebuilding program.  We expect to be successful this coming year.”

After turning things around to the tune of a 6-5 record this past season, few would argue that first-time head coach Moorhead was indeed a large success last season, allowing the Rams to put their 1-10 season well in their rear-view mirror.

For the Rams, the challenge will now be to increase their win total again, and return to the FCS playoffs.
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