Post downs Princeton to close season

WEEK 8 REVIEW PRINCETON, N.J. - The Post University sprint football team defeated Princeton 48-6 on the road Nov. 7 in the final game of the 2014 CSFL season, a makeup from earlier in the year. The Eagles amassed 565 total yards, including a program-record 373 on the ground in the victory. Post jumped in front early and never looked back, scoring touchdowns on their first four drives of the game. Joseph Lynch got things started with a four-yard score early in the first quarter and finished with 94 rushing yards on 14 carries. On its next possession, Post staged a 15-play drive capped by a seven-yard rush by Leslie Morgan, his first-career touchdown, to put the Eagles in front 13-0. Greg Volp

Navy snaps Army streak to win title

Week 7 Review ANNAPOLIS - The Navy sprint football team claimed its first CSFL title and undefeated season since 2011, snapping Army's 20-game winning streak in the process, with a 27-7 victory over the Black Knights Friday night in the league title game. Army had won 20 games in a row and had not lost since the 2011 title game, but Friday night was all about the Midshipmen as Navy opened up a 13-0 halftime lead and never looked back. Navy finished the game with a 388-217 advantage in total yards after rushing for 195 yards and passing for 193. Army was held to just 78 yards rushing and threw for 139 yards. The Midshipmen defense forced three Army turnovers, an interception and two fumbles,

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