Number seven. In years past, the mere mention of the number brought Terrier fans to their feet, hoping to witness one of Eric Breitenstein's now-famous hard-nosed rushes.Now, Wofford fans have a new reason to cheer for #7. That reason is Lorenzo Long, a sophomore out of Pensacola, Fla., who has been one of a few bright spots on Wofford's roster lately.Long started off the Terriers...
In what turned out to be the first of two SoCon championship seasons in our current decade, the Terriers faced an early holdup at Elon's homecoming game on October 23rd.Fresh off a 45-14 rout of Western Carolina at Gibbs, Wofford had won the last five games they played (three of which were SoCon contests), boasting a 5-1 record, only blemished by a 33-10 season-opening setback to...
Wofford's all-time rushing leader, Eric Breitenstein.Photo courtesy Wofford College AthleticsIt's no secret that the rush is arguably the most important offensive component of the Terriers. I mean, from 1997-2012, Wofford has placed in the top seven Division I rushing schools, and they captured the top spot in 2011 and 2012, which is (coincidentally or not?) also when Eric Breitenstein...
Longtime Voice of the Terriers Mark Hauser was gracious enough to field a set of questions I had about our upcoming seasons, both football and men's basketball. To begin, however, I asked him, "What factor about Wofford College has kept you working with the Terriers for as long as you have?"Hauser said that his family has settled nicely into the Upstate, and that there has always...
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