The Seawolves were brutalized by the Albany Great Danes last Saturday. Stony Brook will look to right the ship this Saturday when they return home to face the Morgan State Bears in a non-conference matchup
The Seawolves returned to the bottom of the conference on Saturday after suffering a 59-14 blowout at the Albany Great Danes. After winning each of the last two Golden Apple trophies, Stony Brook relinquished this one without much of a fight.
Sports Editor Mike Anderson goes back to the football team in this week’s podcast with new starting quarterback Charlie McKee, a first-year student who is one of the most decorated high school players in New York history.
The game was as advertised: Fordham’s offense was overwhelming, and Stony Brook’s offense was significantly behind the curve. Dropped passes, missed tackles and poor situational play continued to be an Achilles’ heel for the Seawolves.
After joining the Stony Brook football team as a walk-on in 2020, nobody could have predicted that running back Ross Tallarico would be playing meaningful snaps in a Seawolves jersey. The redshirt sophomore’s story embodies that of a true underdog.
The Stony Brook football team currently stands alone at the bottom of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) following a 24-14 defeat at New Hampshire last Saturday. They will take on No. 17/22 Fordham in hopes of ending their drought.