Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference
Rams win, Rams win
No, Iím not repeating myself. On Saturday, The Rams won in West Chester, PA and Winston-Salem, NC.
The West Chester v. AIC game was not a great one. West Chester picked up the pace late in the first half and did what they needed to do, but American International was a disappointment. I expected much more from them, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The Slippery Rock at Winston-Salem game was much more competitive, but incredibly sloppy.
Updated 11-25-2013 at 07:32 AM by Chuck Bitner
Below are some of my thoughts on the SR1 playoff picture. Before I get into it, I want to stress that I am the PSAC blogger so I am evaluating this from a PSAC perspective. When I talk about best case scenarios, I mean best case for the PSAC in terms of how many teams are invited or where they will be seeded. Obviously, PSAC fans are hoping that three teams make it. Personally, I just want the six best teams to be in, but I also do believe that the three PSAC teams in contention are definitely in
Week number 10 brings us to the end of the divisional schedule. After Saturdayís games have been played, we will know who will meet for the sixth annual PSAC Championship game. The West division is a matter of formality as Slippery Rock can clinch the title with a win at Seton Hill, a program that has not won a game since October, 2011. The East division comes down to a battle between 9-0 West Chester and 8-1 Bloomsburg. West Chester is continuing their historic ride, while the Huskies are coming
Updated 11-07-2013 at 01:38 PM by Chuck Bitner
After two months of anticipation, itís finally game time for Bloomsburg and Shippensburg as the CBS Sports Network Division II Game of the Week visits Pennsylvania for the first time since September, 2011. Bloomsburg remains undefeated at 8-0 while Shippensburg brings a 5-3 overall record into the contest. The Raiders lost a divisional game for the first time one week ago in a thriller against unbeaten West Chester. Ship is most likely out of playoff contention,
Updated 10-29-2013 at 05:30 PM by Chuck Bitner
I hope everyone got out to see some football last weekend, because we had one of the most perfect Saturdayís you could ask for. On Sunday, I had an opportunity to watch the entire television broadcast of the IUP at Slippery Rock game. To say I was impressed is an understatement. Here are the headlines from Week Six.
Slippery Rock Hammers rival IUP
If youíre part of the IUP faithful, there really isnít much to be said that can make you feel better about this game.