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Redshirt senior running back Stacey Bedell breaks through a tackle. The Seawolves fell to the Tribe ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Upon Further Review: Same Seawolves, different year

Kunal Kohli November 6, 2016
Stony Brook, for the second year in a row, went from a playoff team to just barely being able to make it across the finish line.
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Junior linebacker John Haggart (No. 37 left) tackles a player in a game agstin Sacred Heart University on Sept. 24. He forced three fumbles and three sacks against Delaware on Oct. 22. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Upon Further Review: Haggart’s big game sparks defensive line

Kunal Kohli October 23, 2016
Stony Brook’s defensive line is looking a lot better than it was early in the season.
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Junior wide receiver Sherman Alston Jr. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Upon Further Review: Alston Jr.’s kick returns spark stagnant offense

Kunal Kohli October 16, 2016
Alston Jr. proved to be the explosive catalyst that the team desperately needed. His play on the special teams made it possible for Stony Brook to beat Rhode Island.
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Redshirt Sophomore Quarterback Joe Carbone (No. 10, above) takes a snap during Stony Brooks game against Sacred Heart. He had one rushing touchdown against Towson this weekend. EVAN YUSON/STATESMAN FILE

Upon Further Review: Carbone is better as a secondary option

Kunal Kohli October 9, 2016
Against Richmond, Joe Carbone was used as a secondary offensive option in Stacey Bedell’s best game of the season. Carbone also had his best game of the season, but as a game manager rather than a downfield passer.
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Upon Further Review: O-line at the center of passing struggles

Upon Further Review: O-line at the center of passing struggles

Kunal Kohli September 25, 2016
Anyone could have blamed Carbone for the disappointing performance, but a successful offense doesn’t start with the quarterback; it starts with the offensive line.
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Upon Further Review: Backfield one of the best in the conference

Upon Further Review: Backfield one of the best in the conference

Kunal Kohli September 18, 2016
After their disappearing act in the first two games, Stony Brook Football’s rushers reappeared when the team needed them most, against the second best team in the FCS.
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Upon Further Review: Seawolves not yet there

Upon Further Review: Seawolves not yet ‘there’

Kunal Kohli September 11, 2016
The team’s 38-0 shutout loss to Temple, one of the worst losses in school history, shows that Stony Brook is not ready to handle the bigger programs in college football.
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Upon Further Review: No Ochi, no problem

Upon Further Review: No Ochi, no problem

Kunal Kohli September 4, 2016
The Seawolves held the Fighting Hawks to 177 total yards and forced two turnovers in their 13-9 win against the University of North Dakota.
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