West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
NCAA Division II Football: Charleston at West Liberty
If you told me last week that only one of the top two teams in the WVIAC was going to win last weekend, I would have said, "Well, Charleston had a nice run going. Watch out for them next year."
Instead, West Liberty was given a crack and decided to break down the door.
Next week, thigns get really interesting with the first regional rankings coming out (I think), and that means it's time to start paying more attention to what's going on in the Northeast-10 (I'm watching
It's hard to believe we're at the midpoint of the regular season.
It's also hard to believe that there are only two teams in the conference that are over .500.
And it's even harder to believe that the WVIAC, in these times, could get two teams into the playoffs.
I know you're thinking I'm crazy, but let's think about this a bit. Shepherd is 4-1 right now, and it's possible that Glenville State (who comes to Shepherdstown this year) might be the only
NCAA Division II Football: Concord at Shepherd
Can we officially say the WVIAC is down now?
Some of it is stuff we should have seen coming. Anyone who really thought West Virginia Wesleyan was deserving of its #3 ranking in the coaches' poll was kidding themselves. West Liberty didn't have much of anything to build on from last season. Some of the usual also-rans are, well, usual. And Glenville State has continued to be predictably unpredictable.
And then there are the unexpected moments, like the end of Zach