Sophomore Connor Ostrander replaced senior Rob Pannullo at quarterback after the first quarter.

Sprint Football Suffers Sixth Consecutive Loss to Army After Battle

As sprint football entered its weekend matchup, the Army Black Knights (3-1) were billed to be a formidable opponent, and Cornell (1-3) quickly learned that playing at West Point was as difficult as they expected. The Knights, who won the CSFL last season, took the contest, 43-12, after a dominant first quarter in which Army scored on all four of its possessions. Prior to the matchup, co-head coach Terry Cullen indicated that senior quarterback Robert Pannullo would take the majority of snaps under center. However, after the Red could only muster a net of 15 yards on its four first quarter drives, Pannullo was repositioned to wide receiver, and sophomore Connor Ostrander took over as quarterback. “Ostrander made some plays right when he got into the game, so we decided to move Pannullo to wide receiver and let Ostrander keep playing quarterback,” co-head coach Bart Guccia said.