By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Delaware went 3-1 during the non-conference portion of its schedule, and now the Blue Hens are preparing to begin Colonial Athletic Association action. They will do just that on Saturday night as they welcome James Madison to Newark.READ MORE: Camden County Health Officials Contact Tracing After Resident Tests Positive For Monkeypox
The Blue Hens wrapped up that non-league slate with an impressive 49-9 thumping of visiting Wagner last weekend. This win came a week after the Blue Hens had gotten thumped by Navy, 51-7. Head coach Dave Brock was not surprised his team bounced back.
“We’re going to be about playing a one week season each week,” Brock tells KYW Newsradio. “I didn’t have any concerns that anything would linger and I don’t have concerns going forward, a big win or another loss, will linger. We’re going to talk to the players all the time about the process. It felt good to get back out there and execute a little bit better and handle some situations a little bit better and obviously come away with a win. Everybody’s pleased.”
Delaware is getting some great performances on offense here in the early going. Junior quarterback Trent Hurley has completed 72% of his passes for 944 yards and ten touchdowns. Four of those scores have been caught by junior wide receiver Michael Johnson. Overall, he has 19 catches for 401 yards.
James Madison comes to town with an identical 3-1 record and they hammered Charlotte last time out, 31-7.