Monday, October 13, 2008

Strange story out of Worcester

More details should emerge but the story about one Holy Cross teammate being accused of stabbing another is rather bizarre to say the least.

Holy Cross was celebrating its win over Brown at Saturday when police reports say offensive lineman Mike McCabe of Watertown stabbed receiver Luke Chmielinski.

Chmielinski led Holy Cross with 75 yards on six receptions in the Crusaders' 31-28 overtime loss to Yale at the Yale Bowl on Oct. 4.

Speaking of the Brown/Holy Cross game, Brown quarterback Michael Doughtery was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for an Ivy League record 526 yards in the loss to Holy Cross.

Yale senior running back Mike McLeod, who ran for 135 yards and a touchdown, and junior cornerback Paul Rice (6 tackles, two tackles for losses and an interception return for a touchdown) were named to the honor roll. I'm curious if Rice would have at least earned a share of the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week if he was credited with the forced fumble in the win over Dartmouth. Television replays clearly showed tha it was Rice and not Larry Abare who jarred the ball loose from Dartmouth running back Milan Williams. Glenn Dorris of Harvard earned the Ivy's defensive award with 11 tackles, one tackle for loss and an interception in the Crimson's win over Cornell.

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