I will be the first to admit, I thought this would be the best chance for Ferrum to get a non conference win. Obviously, I was wrong for the second week in a row. While the score seemed one sided, there are many bright spots for the Panthers. The start was quite unusual as Ferrum found themselves behind 14-0 and had not touched it offensively.
This was a very difficult game to follow as there were no announcers for the video broadcast. It was almost impossible to keep up with many of the particulars. This coupled with the fact that it was a one camera broadcast, that never zoomed in, and had no replays, made me definitely appreciate the Cable 12 broadcasts at Adams Stadium.
Ferrum had some good things happen, but seem to have a few things to work on this week. From what I saw, The kick and punt coverage needs to improve to limit the opponents field position. This and the pass coverage especially where yards after catch is concerned can hopefully improve.
33 points should be enough, but Shenandoah is a good team. Better that the 7th place finish the coaches poll had them finishing.
Stay the course Ferrum. In the end this game was a learning experience. You will get better. There are not all that many things wrong to begin with.