WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Colgate coach Dan Hunt says he really didn't see this coming, and that's easy to understand.
Heading into the season finale at Michie Stadium on Saturday against Army (8-2), Colgate is unbeaten in nine games this season and has rekindled memories of the school's famed 1932 team. Coach Andy Kerr guided those Raiders to a 9-0 record and had one overwhelming statistic - they shut out every team.
Hunt's squad has done its best imitation, posting five shutouts to match the Championship Subdivision record set in 1978 by South Carolina State and easily win the Patriot League title. Lehigh's second-quarter touchdown last Saturday in a 48-6 loss to the Raiders snapped a 70-day, 29-quarter streak of zero touchdowns allowed dating to the fourth quarter of Colgate's season opener against Holy Cross.