Delaware exploded Saturday at Tubby Raymond Stadium, scoring 56 points en route to a blowout of opponent St. Francis. The day included historic performances for many Blue Hens, including receiver Chandler Harvin.
After a semester-long delay, the university’s athletic department is expecting three state-of-the-art video boards to arrive in Newark this winter, enhancing the gameday experience at Delaware and Grant Stadiums.
Staff reporters Luciano Ciaranca and Ryan Gibb track Delaware Football’s progress so far this season and discuss the upcoming game against Morgan State. The reporters provide a look into the rest of the season and who Delaware should watch out for on the field moving forward.
Expectations were high for Delaware’s offense with Ryan Carty, and after six games, some of those have been met. But after the team's first loss to William & Mary, room for improvement remains for Delaware heading into the season's second half.
After a hot 5-0 start for the Delaware football team, it took a Tribe to finally defeat the Blue Hens, both figuratively and literally. That was indeed the case after the Hens fell short on their comeback attempt against the William & Mary Tribe by a score of 27-21 this past Saturday on the road.