ST. PAUL – Concordia should have put St. Thomas away when it had the chance. Instead, the Tommies rallied from a 13-point deficit to squash the Cobbers’ chances for a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football title with a 34-20 victory Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium.
John Shipley / Special to The Forum
, November 09, 2013
Moorhead - Concordia hasn’t faced a St. John’s team like this since the 1950s when a guy nicknamed “Blood” was the Johnnies head football coach.
During the 1952 season, Jake Christiansen led his Cobbers to a 32-6 home win against the Johnnies and Johnny “Blood” McNally.
MOORHEAD – The Troll is staying in Moorhead for another year.
Several hours after being featured on a Saturday morning broadcast of ESPN’s “College GameDay” in Fargo, the Troll Trophy – a traveling prize awarded to the winner of the annual football game between Concordia and St. Olaf – was put up for grabs at Jake Christiansen Stadium.
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