Ferrum took their record to 5-2 Saturday with a decisive 66-23 thumping of the Greensboro College Pride. Greensboro (0-7, 0-4) had a fairly competitive first half as they trailed 28- 16 at the intermission. This seemingly close halftime score was greatly assisted by three Ferrum turnovers that lead to 13 of their 16 points.
In the second half, Ferrum received the kickoff, and six plays later, Marcus Mayo scored from five yards out. After the Scott Puschell extra point, The Panthers had a 35-16 lead.
On the first play of the next Greensboro possession, QB Ryan Thorndset's pass was intercepted by Delano Hall, giving Ferrum possession. The Panthers were not able to convert this, but there were not many other ocassions that they did not score.
Ferrum dominated, and this was not a surprise....The real tests begin Saturday vs. Shenandoah. The Panthers need your support for these next two games. More info to come on these games.