As Marist football contends for the PFL crown, Center Field writers have joined forces to give their takes on the season.
te Eagles (5-2, 4-0), who, like Marist, was undefeated in PFL games. The back-and-forth contest saw seven lead changes and eight total scoring plays. The Red Foxes collected their first loss to a PFL opponent this season, 27-24.
After a complete domination of the Stetson Hatters last weekend, Marist (3-2, 3-0) travelled to western Ohio to take on PFL rival , The University of Dayton (3-3, 2-2). The Red Foxes played a clean game. Nothing extremely flashy, but by showing composure and taking advantage of the Flyers’ mistakes, they were able to come out on top 20-17.
The Marist Red Foxes (2-2, 2-0) hosted the Stetson University Hatters (2-3, 0-2) for their first home game against a Pioneer Football League opponent. The Foxes put their foot on the gas and never let up, cruising to a 34-3 win over the Hatters.
Marist looks to get another win against Stetson, who is 2-2 this season. With aa win, Marist will progress to 2-2 and remain undefeated in the PFL.
The Red Foxes secured the win in terrific fashion, with an overtime victory against Valparaiso University, winning 27-24.
Marist (0-2) packed Tenney Stadium like never before to watch the Red Foxes take on the Bryant Bulldogs (2-2) on the second night of the college’s Family Weekend. The Foxes played their 2021 home opener in front of 6,154 fans, the most ever in the stadium’s 15-year history. Yet, they couldn’t make the home-field advantage count, losing 34-17.
As Marist football opens its season against Bryant, the Red Foxes’ high energy and togetherness is on full display.
Marist Football traveled to Columbia University Saturday in their season-opener against the Lions.
A few drives into Marist football’s first scrimmage of the offseason, quarterback Austin Day dropped…