Thursday, October 1, 2009

UD Pride Patrol

The Pride Patrol does some tailgating at the Richmond game

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Flacco Postgame Interview

Joe Flacco discusses the Ravens 34-3 win over the Browns.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Blue Hen Scrimmage

Get an early look at this year's squad.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Vote Flacco!

Joe Flacco is up for NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 1 of the NFL season.

Go vote for him here: Rookie of the Week

Say Goodbye To West Chester?

As the Blue Hens prepare to renew their lopsided rivalry with West Chester this weekend, Coach Keeler seems to be leaning towards removing them from the schedule altogether as soon as possible. The hens have games scheduled against the Rams through the 2012 season. I'm all for this. The West Chester game is completely useless. Keeler also seems to be in favor of not playing FBS teams either. This I disagree with. Games against the likes of Maryland and Navy are great exposure for the program and frankly are winnable. In a perfect world, in my opinion, we would be playing FBS teams every week. You got me? Take the leap already.

Click here for the article about Coach Keeler's scheduling priorities

Monday, September 8, 2008

Let's Go Flacco!

That's what the crowd was heard chanting as Joe Flacco led the Ravens to a 17-10 victory in his first NFL start. Flacco threw for 129 yards and ran for a 38 yard touchdown. As usual, Joe was not intimidated by the big stage. I have a feeling this is just the beginning of a long and successful career. Click the below link to see video of some post game comments from Flacco and coach John Harbaugh, who was also making his NFL debut as a head coach.

Video: Ravens Post Game Interviews

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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Future Is Now for Flacco

And then there was one. The Baltimore Ravens have announced that Joe Flacco will be the starting QB for their season opener against the Bengals this Sunday. Ozzie Newsome has called Flacco the future of the franchise, but didn't realize that the future would be upon him so soon. With Kyle Boller out with a shoulder injury and Troy Smith unavailable with a tonsil infection it falls to Flacco to get under center. You really never know how you're going to get your shot. Let's hope Joe takes advantage of this early opportunity and doesn't relinquish the starting job.

Hens vs. Terps

First off, it was great to see the Hens on national TV. This was a result of Hurricane Gustav forcing the LSU/App. St. tilt to start at 11AM. Great exposure for the program and they certainly put on a good show. They legitimately had a chance to win this game despite having newcomers in so many key positions. I've never been one to say that a loss is good, but this is one case where I will. It's obvious that we can hang with solid FBS teams, so why not make the move? Let's parlay this exposure and the plan for upgraded facilities into a brand new stadium and a leap to the FBS. OK, I've said my piece. Next up is West Chester on Sept. 13. And oh by the way. even with the loss to Maryland, the Hens moved up to #6 in the TSN poll.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

New Official Blue Hen Sports Site Coming

I was hoping the UD Athletics site was on the verge of an overhaul after seeing the recent redesign of the main UD site. The above image is all the info. available, but I'm hoping the new site will launch prior to this Saturday's big matchup with Maryland in College Park. will be the new address for the site.