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Loyola fights back, but falls short against DeMatha

Loyola fights back, but falls short against DeMatha

Loyola wide receiver Jordan Floyd said his team learned something important in its season-opening 24-20 loss to DeMatha Saturday at the I-95 Kickoff Classic at Morgan State's Hughes Stadium.

"We realize we're better than we think we are," the senior said. "We were down 14-0 to a perennial powerhouse, and we fought back. We really showed ourselves [that] if we come out with that intensity, it shouldn't even be a game."

The Stags took their 14-0 lead in the first 10:15 when Charlie Jordan broke a 77-yard touchdown run and Chris King added a 71-yard scoring run.

Dons coach Brian Abbott wasn't happy...

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