Great Midwest Athletic Conference
NCAA Division II Football: West Virginia Wesleyan at Concord
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Normally, I don't have much to say right at the top. This time, I have something on my mind: something that's been on my mind since last Saturday.
I got very lucky last week that I was able to avoid the weather problems that plagued other areas of the northeast and mid-Atlantic. Despite some snow in the morning, conditions were just fine by kickoff, and as the final minutes ran off the clock, the sun even made a cameo appearance. As I've said before, Fairmont is a great setting
Yes, the site that actually has my numbers can still be found here, but with some words to go with them, here are my Super Region 1 predictions with two weeks to go:
1. New Haven (unchanged)
It wasn't easy, but the Chargers finally put away Merrimack to go to 8-0 against Division II competition on the year. With Saint Anselm and Pace remaining (two teams that are each 1-7), things look pretty good for New Haven to hold this spot the rest of the way out.
NCAA Division II Football: Concord at Fairmont State
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After this week, we'll have knocked at least one more team out of the playoff hunt, come one game closer to a possible playoff appearance for West Virginia Wesleyan, and possibly found out more decisively who holds down the cellar in the WVIAC.
Bowie State (4-4) at Shepherd (6-2)
This is the final game of a brutal six-game road trip for the Bulldogs, who have gone just 1-4 on this voyage so far. Clearly, someone in Bowie made a big mistake in putting the team's schedule