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  1. LSC Week 8 Previews and Predictions

    Week 8 Previews and Predictions:

    #1 Midwestern State – Unblemished but has been close in several games that came down to the wire. 3 games won on final drives/at the end of the game.
    #2 Texas A&M Commerce – Lonely loss comes to the #1 spot and by 1 point; still a dangerous team. ...
  2. RMAC Wk 8 Preview

    Black Hills Yellow Jackets 5-2 (5-2) host CSU Pueblo Thunderwolves 4-3 (4-2)

    The Yellow Jackets saw their scorching season slow a bit last week in their shut-out loss to Western State, 27-0. The Thunderwolves, on the other hand, continued to build some steam in their 33-12 win over Ft. Lewis. Statistically, the game was not wildly impressive but the Thunderwolves seemed to be building confidence each week after a very shaky start. CSU-P led from the start against a stingy Skyhawk defense ...
  3. GLIAC 2016 - Week 8 Pick'Em

    With four weeks to go, there is a whole lotta interesting still to come. A couple of league leaders have some heavy hitters left on the slate, and a few folks still hanging around in potential playoff contention have contests remaining that could earn them a spot. Of course, the league title itself is still up for grabs, so as if the games themselves weren't interesting enough there is plenty of drama attached to them. On to Week Eight!

    Saginaw Valley vs Wayne State
  4. MEC's Week 8 -- Building the Stage for the Final Act

    The winds will whip around the MEC this weekend, possibly wreaking havoc for pass-happy offenses. Teams with stronger running games should prevail unless defenses are able to shut them down. Field goal attempts may be limited and/or comical to watch.

    This week's contests help set the stage for a possible big finish. If Fairmont State loses two in a row (5-2 UVA-Wise, 6-1 Notre Dame), they could slide from first to fourth in the MEC in a matter of 7 days. If they win their next
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  5. Another look at Defenses in the MIAA, and Playoff Implications this week

    It was an extremely eventful week in the MIAA last week, with the Lopers at last getting the first win of the Josh Lamberson era, literally plenty of fireworks in St. Joseph during the PSU/MWSU game, the Ichabods put a giant dent in the Tigers’ playoffs hopes, Lindenwood pushed the Hornets to the brink, and the Bearcat defense finally allowed an opponent to cross the 300 yards of total offense mark in their game against the Riverhawks. Last week, I wrote about how the defenses of the MIAA as a ...

    Updated Yesterday at 10:46 AM by Ian Carlson

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