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Danes get going in second half

St. Francis quarterback John Kelly, right, gets knocked off his feet by University at Albany's Kyle Jordan Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
St. Francis quarterback John Kelly, right, gets knocked off his feet by University at Albany's Kyle Jordan Saturday.
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After a slow start in the final homecoming game on University Field, the Great Danes didn’t disappoint. Senior tailback Drew Smith, the nation’s leading scorer, collected three touchdowns to help University at Albany bounce back from a 10-0 deficit and rally past St. Francis (Pa.), 36-13, Saturday. UAlbany, which will move into a new stadium and leave the Northeast Conference in favor of the Colonial Athletic Association next season, looked flat early, but the Great ...


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