tough 55-17 loss to No. 10 James Madison. "We weren't thrilled with... everything... that happened in that game. We didn't put our best foot forward."
"We got on the guys," he continued, "and said to them: You've got to win. You've got to make up your mind that you want to win. You have to want to start winning games."
At 1-1 and the experience of a tough loss still fresh in everyone's minds, winning this weekend at home and gaining momentum going forward into the rest of the season was the theme of the week.
This Saturday, the 2-1 Mountain Hawks at the end of the afternoon had fulfilled both objectives.
Lehigh's 42-21 doubling up of Penn wasn't a game of perfection. But it was a devastating Mountain Hawk offensive performance, coupled with enough big plays on defense, to get a very satisfying win for the home crowd of 6,971 on hand on a sunny, somewhat humid afternoon.
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