The Union College football team lost 35-28 to Cortland on Saturday in the inaugural New York bowl, at Frank Bailey Field in Schenectady The Dutchmen took the lead early, driving down the field on the game's first possesion. Connor Kinzelmann ran 21 yards to give Union a 7-0 lead. Cortland answered back, scoring four straight touchdowns, two of which came from Union turnovers. The Red Dragons led 28-7 going into the second half. Nick Cascione completed a 20-yard pass to Griffin Beal to cut Union's deficit to 28-14 in the third, but after blocking a field goal attempt by Cortland in the fourth, the Red Dragons secured the ball to score another touchdown.Read More

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