Podcast: FDU’s one-man army

You don’t have to look at FDU-Florham’s statistics long to know the key to the Devils’ offense. Heading into Saturday’s game at Delaware Valley, quarterback Bill Winters accounted for 345 of the team’s 420 yards per game — 270 passing, 74 running and a touch of receiving yards for good measure.

While wins have been hard to come by, records have not for Winters. He has already broken the college’s all-time records for completions and passing yards and has the touchdown record in sight. D3football.com’s Gordon Mann caught up with Winters and his coach Rich Mosca after Saturday’s game to talk about his development as a quarterback, their goals for the rest of the season and what Winters’ legacy at FDU-Florham should be.

3 thoughts on “Podcast: FDU’s one-man army

  1. Great podcast…Best of luck to Bill Winters and the Devils the rest of the way. I have nothing but respect for Winters, who gave Alfred fits both in 2008 (AU 21-14) and in Sept. in Madison (AU 33-28). The FDU-Alfred game in Madison was a thriller and I was happy the band could be there to see an exciting well-played game. Winters’ first half TD bomb was a shocker. Then Winters’ 75-yard TD run in the second half was a Saxon nightmare!! He can do it all. Saxons were fortunate to get the win.

  2. I have watched Bill, over the past few years during the FDU vs TCNJ games. He is the “Real Deal” and I hope someone at the next level gives him a look…BECAUSE HE IS THAT GOOD!!

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