In a 27-10 loss to Delaware on Saturday, all three of Cornell football’s quarterbacks saw meaningful playing time as head coach David Archer ’05 had planned. But none of the three had much success against a tough Blue Hens defense.
“We’ve got to create a little more of a spark,” Archer said of his offense, which racked up just 157 total yards before a last-minute 75-yard touchdown drive when the game was lost.
A week one non-league game against a tough Delaware opponent doesn’t have Archer panicked about his gameplan on offense going forward. He said postgame he plans to continue using senior Dalton Banks, sophomore Richie Kenney and junior Mike Catanese under center.
“It would have to be something we would see on the film,” Archer said when asked if he plans to change the quarterback QB approach. “Just like gut reaction after the game, no [change].”
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