Nebraska-Kearney had every chance to win their MIAA opener at Washburn, but the Lopers were held scoreless three different times in the red zone - two of them in the first quarter - and the N. 25 Ichabods came out with a 24-14 victory Thursday night in Topeka.
Washburn quarterback Mitch Buhler threw two touchdowns, seeing most of the action ahead of Joel Piper, who completed just 3 of 8 passes in the second quarter.ter sa
Kearney outgained the 'Bods 349-291, but a blocked
Updated 09-01-2012 at 01:45 PM by Aaron Heintzelman
I’d like to offer a big fat welcome to MIAA football fans as we are finally ready to talk about the 2012 season.
Some of you have been around for a while, but with the addition of five new teams to the conference in 2012, I’m bound to have some new readers. To those of you reading me for the first time, I’m sorry. I’ll try to make this as painless as possible.
To those who have gotten used to my mindless blabber, welcome back. And yes, you’ll have to put up with me
Fans will finally get their first chance to take an unprecedented look inside one of the most storied small college programs in the country.
“Dream Season,” a documentary chronicling the 2011 football season at Northwest Missouri, premieres Saturday at 4 and 7 p.m. at The Hangar movie theater in Maryville.
Advance tickets went quickly, but the Hangar announced Friday they had moved the showings to a larger theater, making room for 100 walk-up tickets, priced at $10
Updated 08-25-2012 at 09:07 PM by Aaron Heintzelman
As a Division II football fan, I think one of the best things about the revolution of Facebook and Twitter is the amount of D2 content that gets out with its help.
Without Twitter and Facebook, it’s hard to keep up with the latest news in the MIAA and around the country, so I wanted to create this guide to help you get through the season.
First off, if you’re on Twitter, I invite you to follow me @miAARONd2. I’m always trying to tweet out the latest MIAA headlines,
Updated 05-06-2013 at 09:29 PM by Aaron Heintzelman
Defending national champion Pittsburg State sits atop the AFCA DII preseason coaches poll. No suprise there.
In fact, looking through the poll, I don't see too many surprises at all. Some might wonder about UNK, coming off a 10-1 season, but realistically, I think the coaches got this one right. The Lopers have their hands full and this might be the only time all year you even see them getting votes (I could see them potentially losing their first five games).
Updated 08-13-2012 at 02:42 PM by Aaron Heintzelman