Topic: Football

Quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15.5 completed 41 of his 58 passes Saturday, helping propel the Bears to a 41-31 victory over Rhode Island. After this weekend’s game, he ranks fifth in program history in completions.

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Football team captures 2015 Governor’s Cup

October 5, 2015 0 comments

When the back-and-forth game reached its climax with five minutes to play, the beauty was in Brown’s passing game.

Backup quarterback Kyle Moreno ’17 aided Bruno’s stagnant offense Saturday, scoring four touchdowns after replacing Marcus Fuller ’15.5.

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Crimson massacres football team in Ivy opener

September 28, 2015 8 comments

The Crimson took its second possession of the game 61 yards for a touchdown to open the scoring and did not look back.

Marcus Fuller ’15.5 threw for a total of 403 yards and completed just over 60 percent of his passes Saturday. The quarterback also recorded an 83-yard touchdown pass — the third longest pass play in program history.

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Football team falls short in season opener

September 21, 2015 1 comment

Five turnovers — including four in the red zone — doomed the football team in a 20-16 season-opening loss to Bryant Saturday at Brown Stadium.

Experienced defensive line highlights tough football defense

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Experienced defensive line highlights tough football defense

September 18, 2015 0 comments

A core of returning starters has the Bruno defense primed for another year among the league’s best, but they will have to fill some key vacancies.

Brian Strachan ’15.5 looks for the first down as he moved downfield. Strachan is one of several important contributors that the Brown offense will build off this year, a list that includes fellow wide reciever Alex Jette ’17, running back Andrew Cole ’16 and quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15.5.

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Deep receiving corps, complementary running backs promise fireworks for football team

September 18, 2015 0 comments

Returning six key starters to an offense that ranked fifth in the Ivies by both points and yards per game, the football team seems primed to take a leap.

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Fuller ’15.5 announces return for 2015 football season

December 5, 2014 0 comments

Wide receiver Brian Strachan ’15.5 and football team quarterback Marcus Fuller ’15.5 announced that they will be returning to the team for the 2015 season.

The football team huddles on the sideline. The Bears’ victory over Columbia Saturday was a team effort, with Head Coach Phil Estes P’18 opting to play all of his seniors in their last game. These included from stars like Xavier Russo ’15, career backups like Nicholas Lawley ’15 and backups-turned-stars like Robert Grebenc ’15, who ran for 132 yards in the win.

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Football team dominates Columbia to give seniors winning send-off

November 24, 2014 1 comment

Every team wants to end its year on a high note. And on Saturday, the football team was pitch perfect.

Alex Jette ’17 breaks away from a diving defender. The sophomore wide receiver has recorded nearly 400 yards and three touchdowns this season, and looks to increase his totals during this weekend’s game against Columbia.

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On Senior Day, Football close season against winless Lions

November 21, 2014 0 comments

The football team’s season has not gone the way anyone wanted, but there is an excellent shot it may end on a high note Saturday.

Brian Strachan ’15 makes a jumping catch. Despite the Bears’ struggling offense, he had six catches for 65 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

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Big Green’s big quarter dooms football to losing Ivy mark

November 17, 2014 0 comments

After a closely contested first half, the Big Green pulled away with a huge third quarter, eventually blowing out the Bears by a 44-21 final tally.

Running back Robert Grebenc ’15 dodges tackles as he races upfield. After posting -7 yards against Princeton nearly a month ago, Brown’s ground game is back on track, having gained over 100 in each of its last three games.

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Football preps for its ‘Super Bowl’

November 14, 2014 0 comments

It might be tough to stay motivated, but the Bears (4-4, 2-3 Ivy) have plenty left to play for.