Rams’ football lost the season opener to Endicott 55-27
Endicott started off quickly by grabbing a 21-0 lead in the first quarter, following two touchdown passes from Joe Kalosky and a pick six by Michael Lefebre.
After two bad drives, the Rams got on the board after Adam Wojenski threw a 74-yard touchdown pass to Austin Nunn.
The Rams cut the lead to 21-13 when Devaun Ford scored a touchdown from five yards out. The play marked his first collegiate career touchdown.
Endicott extended their lead to 28-13 after Kalosky’s third touchdown of the game.
The emerging freshman star Ford cut the deficit again with a 36-yard touchdown run to make the score 28-20 right before halftime.
The Rams started off strong in the second half when they scored on the opening drive with a five-yard run from Rufus Rushins, who was their goal-line back last season.
Endicott dominated the rest of the game, scoring the remaining 27 points.
The Rams are now 0-1 for the season.
One reason Endicott performed so well was their ability to force five turnovers and convert on four of them, including a pair of pick sixes.
Wojenski completed 19 of 40 passes with a single touchdown and four interceptions.
Ford finished the game with nine rushes for 69 yards, two touchdowns. He also caught four passes for 40 yards.