Following a 40-point victory over Hendrix College, the Washington University football team was in a good position to build on its recent success before playing a winless Maranatha Baptist University team, but the game was cancelled last week.
Playing in front of the largest home crowd of the season, the Washington University football team capitalized on big plays from on all sides of the ball to stain Hendrix College’s spotless 4-0 record with a 59-19 victory on Saturday at Francis Field.
In its 1,000th game in school history, the Washington University football team lost to Berry College, which had yet to win a game since being established as a football team last season.
After starting last season 1-2, Washington University’s football team defeated Centre College to spark a seven-game winning streak and make the playoffs for just the second time in school history. But the 2014 Bears squandered a chance at a repeat on Saturday in a dispiriting 50-20 loss at Centre.
In his first career start, senior quarterback Sam Van Doren led the Bears to a 24-19 win over North Park University, the team’s first victory of the season.
Miscues and a lack of focus plagued the Washington University football team on Saturday as the Red and Green struggled in all phases of the game in a 46-22 loss against Rhodes College.
Despite bolting out of the gate to a 17-0 lead, the Washington University football team fell short in their season opener at home after suffering a 31-24 defeat at the hands of Ohio Northern University.
Ssophomore quarterback J.J. Tomlin made his first career start for the Washington University football team in its season opener. Conversely to the Rams, Tomlin and the offense jumped out to an early 17-0 lead, but the team’s offense scored just seven points in the second half in a 31-24 defeat to Ohio Northern University.
Coming off a season that featured their first playoff appearance in 14 years, the Washington University football team isn’t resting on their laurels and is hungrier than ever to build on last year’s success.
Five of the last six Super Bowls have been one-score games in which the winner wasn’t assured of victory until the final minute. And this year should be no different—the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks were the two best teams in the regular season, making this Super Bowl only the second in the last 20 years to feature the league’s top squads.