As the football team prepares to face Albany tomorrow night on Schoellkpf Field, the Red is hoping that the third time’s the charm.
In the first two games of the season, sophomore quarterback Nathan Ford and the Cornell offense have had absolutely no trouble moving the ball. Against Bucknell and Yale, the Red has compiled 821 total yards, including over 200 yards rushing in each game. In fact, Cornell’s average of 410.5 yards per game ranks eighth in all of Division I-AA. However, despite its ability to move the ball up and down the field at will, the Red has only managed to score 14 points all season, a 7-point average which is statistically fourth-worst in the nation.