West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Glenville State, why do you do this to me/us?
I mean, really, I fully understand the trip to Carson-Newman on the first Thursday of the season. I kind of understand the Thursday night game at Tennessee-Chattanooga since, well, they're calling the shots. And I bet you thought you'd be getting on national television again in having another Thursday night game, this time against Fairmont State.
But why are you going all the way to Saint Louis, Missouri, to play on a Friday
Updated 09-22-2012 at 09:13 AM by David Bykowski
NCAA Division II Football - Fairmont State at Bowie State
Those are the only words I can use to describe how I felt after finding out on Tuesday that Concord quarterback Zack Grossi had "severe injuries" stemming from an automobile accident, one that (according to reports) would seem to be caused by someone else.
I try to keep my writing focused on football, though sometimes, events in life just take a higher priority. This is just another one of those moments that forces you to remember that no matter what,
Updated 09-15-2012 at 09:02 AM by David Bykowski
Right score, wrong game.
41-21...Glenville State over Fairmont State. After we see what happens when LIU Post faces Clarion this Saturday, we'll find out much better what the heck is happening at Fairmont State. Something tells me it could be a sub-.500 season for the Falcons.
But we'll worry about all of those things later...like Sunday morning, maybe. For now, six games are on tap for this weekend:
West Virginia State Yellow Jackets (1-0) at North
Updated 09-08-2012 at 08:51 AM by David Bykowski
I hate to keep breaking these up, but gosh darn it, when we've got Thursday night games, well, it's kind of goes with the territory.
So here we are, once again, with the WVIAC going 3-6 in the opening week. Last year, three conference title contenders all opened the season with wins: Fairmont State, Shepherd, and West Virginia Wesleyan. Yet none of them actually won the title. This year, your winners were three completely different teams: Concord, Charleston, and West Virginia