Under less-than-ideal weather conditions with dropping temperatures and some snow flurries, the Carroll defense was stingy, physical and opportunistic in a rematch with rival Homestead.
Even during his playing days at Saint Francis, Doug Wasylk was aware of the family atmosphere in the Cougars’ program.
 For the first time this season, the Komets have lost a game. How will they answer this bit of adversity? By hammering home the point that they need to communicate better.


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    Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has a message for anyone bothered by Navy’s cut blocks. “Stop being crybabies and go play,” he said.