After a pair of losses at home and coming off the bye-week, the Stony Brook football team looked to take down a top-five nationally ranked team. The final, 36-35, does not truly reflect what occurred during the game. It was a tale of two very different halves.
Coming off a loss to No. 2 ranked James Madison University (JMU), the No. 22 ranked Stony Brook Seawolves hosted the New Hampshire Wildcats (UNH) on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, hoping to get back in the win column.
Each year, the Stony Brook University football team invites several players to attend the school with the possibility of being a non-scholarship-receiving player on the roster (walk-ons). In the summer of 2010, defensive back Christian Ricard was one of these players.
After a bye week, the Stony Brook Football team needs to come back refreshed for a big conference matchup with New Hampshire. After a big win at homecoming followed by a solid victory at Colgate, a third straight win will propel the Seawolves over the .500 hump for the first time since the first game of the season.