Cortland football hoping Week 2 bye cures Week 1 woes in Week 3
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CORTLAND, N.Y. - Having had two-straight weeks of practice following a 49-31 season-opening loss at Buffalo State, the SUNY Cortland football team is hoping it has solved its problems as it gets ready for its home-opener against Western Connecticut State.
The Red Dragons committed five turnovers in that first game--all interceptions thrown by Chris Rose--and allowed 706 total yards of offense.
SUNY Cortland and Western Connecticut State kick off Saturday at 1 p.m.