Patriot League Football Extra presented by TIAA – Week Four (9.23.22)


Football

Five Patriot League games will be available on ESPN+



BENTON WHITLEY SIGNS TO ACTIVE CHIEFS ROSTER

Three-time All-Patriot League defensive lineman Benton Whitley was signed to the Kansas City Chiefs’ active roster on Thursday. The former Holy Cross star was fired from the Los Angeles Rams practice squad. The Rams had signed Whitley in April as an undrafted free agent.
READ MORE ABOUT THE SIGNING OF BENTON WHITLEY

LEHIGH, LAFAYETTE ENCOURAGED TO GET VICTORIES AGAINST IVY LEAGUE FOES
the morning call Keith Groller anticipates the Lafayette game at Penn and the Lehigh game at Princeton on Saturday. He points to the ties that Lafayette head coach John Troxell and Lehigh head coach Tom Gilmore have with the Ivy League and the challenge both teams will face in achieving victories off the road.
READ MORE ABOUT LAFAYETTE AND LEHIGH

GEORGETOWN SITS WITH SGAR WEEK 4

Jeremy Huber sits down with head coach Rob Sgarlata to discuss last week’s loss to Monmouth and this week’s matchup with Columbia for the Lou Little Trophy. Sgarlata also talks about how the Lou Little Trophy came to be.
SEE SIT WITH SGAR

BEHIND THE MIC: LAFAYETTE FOOTBALL AT PENN

Lafayette Sports Network’s Gary Laubach and John Leone discuss the magnitude of the rivalry between Lafayette and Penn as they reflect on the week three loss to William and Mary. Analysts discuss what the Leopards must do to beat Penn.
LOOK BEHIND THE MICROPHONE

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SANTA CRUZ MOVES TO NO. 6 IN CBS SPORTS FCS POWER RANKINGS

CBS Sports’ Emory Hunt released its FCS Power Rankings leading up to week four of the season, with Holy Cross moving up three places to No. 6 after its decisive victory against Yale. Fordham moved up one spot in Hunt’s power rankings to No. 17 after improving to 3-0 for the first time since 2013.
READ THE CBSSPORTS.COM FCS POWER RATINGS

NCAA.COM FCS WEEK 4 QUARTERBACK RANKINGS

NCAA.com’s Stan Becton released his weekly FCS quarterback rankings, with Fordham QB graduate student Tim DeMorat remaining in second place behind UIW’s Lindsey Scott Jr. to a 48-45 comeback win against Albany with 464 yards and a career-high five touchdown passes. Holy Cross junior quarterback Matthew Sluka ranked sixth this week after scoring three touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 38-14 victory against Yale.
READ MORE ON NCAA.COM

COLUMBIA LIONS (1-0, Ivy) AT GEORGETOWN HOYAS (1-2, 0-1 PL)
Cooper Stadium/Washington, DC 12:30 p.m. (ESPN+)

BROADCAST (ESPN+): PvP – Jeremy Huber; Analyst – Bryan Jefferson
LIVE STATISTICS
NOTES: GEORGETOWN

LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS (1-2, 0-0 PL) AT PENN QUAKERS (1-0, Ivy)
Franklin Field/Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1:00 p.m. (ESPN+)

BROADCAST (ESPN+): PvP – Joe Tordy; Analyst – Café Jones
LIVE STATISTICS
NOTES: LAFAYETTE

LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS (1-2, 1-0 PL) AT PRINCETON TIGERS (1-0, Ivy)
Princeton Stadium/Princeton, NJ 1 p.m. (ESPN+)

BROADCAST (ESPN+): PxP – Cody Chrusciel; Analysts: Dave Giancola and Renee Washington
RADIO BROADCAST (Fox Sports Radio 94.7 FM and 1230 AM/LVFoxSports.com): PvP – Matt Kerr; Analysts: Lance Haynes and Mike Yadush
LIVE STATISTICS
NOTES: LEHIGH

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NO. 13/13 CRUZADOS DE LA SANTA CRUZ (3-0, 0-0 PL) AT COLGATE RAIDERS (1-2, 0-0 PL)
Crown Field at Andy Kerr Stadium/Hamilton, NY 1 p.m. (ESPN+)

BROADCAST (ESPN+): PvP – Eric Malanoski; Analyst – Jeff Bishop
LIVE STATISTICS
NOTES: SANTA CRUZ | STRUNG UP

NO. 18/rv FORDHAM RAMS (3-0, 0-0 PL) AT UNIVERSITY OF OHIO BOBCATS (1-1 MAC)
Peden Stadium/Athens, Ohio 2 p.m. (ESPN+)

BROADCAST (ESPN+): PvP – Michael Reghi; Analyst – Jerod Cherry
RADIO BROADCAST (WFUV 90.7 FM/WFUVSports.org): PvP – Andrew Gullotta; Analyst – Ryan Gregware
LIVE STATISTICS
NOTES: FORDHAM

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