Johns Hopkins Football Wins Sixth Straight

Johns Hopkins football continues to roll at 6-0 (photo /

October 20, 2014
 by Boxer Journal
Baltimore, MD – The JHU Blue Jays cruised to their 39th win in their last 40 regular season contests with a 42-7 triumph over Dickinson (2-4) on Friday night in Carlisle, PA.

Hopkins (6-0) totaled 454 yards on offense and scored the first 42 points of the game. QB Braden Anderson threw two touchdowns against no interceptions while piling up 171 yards.

Most of the Blue Jays’ damage was done on the ground. Ten different ball carriers amassed 259 yards with sophomore Stuart Walters leading the way with 78. Anderson added two rushing touchdowns for Hopkins.

Defensively, 6’2″ linebacker Keith Corliss led the team with 10 total tackles and a fumble recovery. On the season, Corliss tops the team with 41 tackles through six games.

Hopkins returns to Homewood Field for a 7:00 PM game this Friday against Centennial Conference foe Gettysburg (3-3).