The Johns Hopkins football team made school history by reaching the NCAA Division III tournament semifinals for the first time. Their reward? The unenviable task of knocking off No. 1 and 13-time national champion Mount Union on Saturday at 12 p.m. at Mount Union Stadium in Alliance, Ohio.
But if the Blue Jays (12-1) are worried, they’re not showing it.
“In my opinion, they’re one of the best NCAA teams out there,” senior running back Stuart Walters said. “They’re legendary like Alabama. So to be able to compete with them, it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. If we want to be the best, we have to beat the best. I wouldn’t want it any other way. I was praying for this, and...
Forget about the -1 they just put up against New Orleans. Focus more on the fact that they allowed just 22 points to the most potent offense in football. Also, they face the hapless Colts this week, which is always a nice holiday treat for a fantasy D. Last week: 22 points allowed This week: @Indianapolis