LANDON SMITH RUMORS & GOSSIP

Colorado's Landon Smith scores game-winning goal to propel Quinnipiac to second NCAA finals

Landon Smith of Greenwood Village had Quinnipiac's third goal - the game-winner - as the top-ranked Bobcats knocked off perennial power Boston College 3-2 in Thursday's first NCAA Frozen Four semifinal at Amalie Arena.

Quinnipiac's Landon Smith committed to Pioneers prior to joining Bobcats

Quinnipiac sophomore forward Landon Smith of Greenwood Village had offers to play for three of the teams at this week's NCAA Frozen Four.

Missed opportunity changed the game and the day

  It’s amazing how one play can change things. The football somehow bounced off the hands of Penn State safety Stephen Obeng-Agyapong, who was the only player around the dying pass, and caromed far enough that it landed in Ohio receiver Landon Smith’s, who was alone behind the defense. Smith corralled the fortunate bounce and raced untouched into the end zone. Penn State still...
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September 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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