September 26, 1993
Bill Sedgwick rushed for a school-record 306 yards and scored three touchdowns yesterday to lead Ursinus to a 42-33 Centennial Conference win over host Western Maryland.Sedgwick put Ursinus ahead for good with his first touchdown, a 53-yard run with 4:03 left in the first quarter that gave the Bears a 14-7 advantage.The senior running back then added scoring runs of 28 yards in the second quarter and 57 yards in the fourth period. He carried the ball 29 times and broke his own Ursinus single-game rushing record of 227 yards, set last season against Johns Hopkins.
November 15, 1992
For all of the talk about emotional rivalries, winning it for the seniors and trick plays, Johns Hopkins' 21-9 victory over Western Maryland came down to two basics yesterday: The Blue Jays were able to run the ball and the Green Terrors weren't.Western Maryland's Rob Johnson came in as the No. 4 rusher in Division III, and while he got 101 yards on 29 carries, it was his second-lowest yardage of the season. Hopkins slowed him early, went ahead in the second quarter andmade two freshman quarterbacks throw.
November 8, 1992
WAYNESBURG, Pa. -- Senior quarterback Mike Jones passed for 131 yards and rushed for 64, and the Frostburg State (5-3-1) defense recorded its second shutout in three weeks and its third of the season in a 14-0 defeat of Waynesburg yesterday.The Bobcats enjoyed a 364-192 edge in total yardage over the Yellow Jackets (2-7). Frostburg State got a 5-yard touchdown run in the first quarter from freshman fullback Andre Lofton, who gained 75 yards. In the second quarter, Jones and Ariel Bell connected on a 12-yard scoring pass.
September 1, 2000
BUFFALO BILLS Last season: 11-5, second, lost to Tennessee in wild-card round, 22-16. Coach: Wade Phillips (37-27), third season with Bills, fifth in NFL. Strength of schedule: first. Starting quarterback: Rob Johnson (4-3). Best move: Making the team younger, faster and more cap-friendly by saying goodbye to aging veterans like DE Bruce Smith, WR Andre Reed and RB Thurman Thomas, then addressing the defensive needs by drafting players like DE Erik Flowers, S Travares Tillman and LB Corey Moore.
March 20, 1991
Coach: Doug RennerAssistant coaches: Mike Whitmore, Becky Martin, Sam Case.Last year's record: MEN -- 2-5 in dual meets, 15th of 16 in the Middle Atlantic Conference meet. WOMEN -- 1-4 in dual meets, did not score in the Middle Atlantic Conference meetTop returnees: MEN -- Seniors, Ben Cling (throws), Chris Campbell (throws), Matt Brown (sprints); juniors, Joe Embrey (middle distance), Guido Stubenrauch (middle distance); sophomore, Rob Johnson (sprints). WOMEN -- Seniors, Tracey Snyder (middle distance)
November 7, 1990
Unbeaten Frostburg State, the only collegiate football team in Maryland with a legitimate chance for a postseason appearance, will end its most successful regular season at Waynesburg State Saturday.The Bobcats (9-0) are No. 3 in the South Region of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III rankings. They need a victory over Waynesburg (5-4) to ensure their first postseason appearance."We have to treat the Waynesburg game as a playoff game," said coach Dennis Riccio, who came to Frostburg four years ago and has raised the program at Maryland's westernmost four-year college from the doldrums.