Week nine already…Only a few games are left in the regular season, but plenty of playoff excitement is ahead and the first round of regional rankings were released last week. Two more rounds of rankings will come before the playoff tournament field is announced on Sunday, November 15.
The MEC brings us more Thursday night football this week. A pair of 5-3 teams face off in Charleston in what should be a very even match up. Check it out of you online Thursday night.
Updated Yesterday at 02:16 PM by Chuck Bitner
Super Region One Rankings
The first regional rankings for Division II football were released today by the NCAA. The PSAC is represented by four of the top 10 and holds down the #1 spot with Bloomsburg edging Concord from the MEC - the only other unbeaten team in the region. A lot of questions come up each year when rankings come out as we have new followers in the D2 world. If you are unfamiliar with the regional rankings system, here are the most important things you need to know.
Updated 10-28-2014 at 06:55 AM by Chuck Bitner
Week 8 was full of exciting action and some very interesting results. Here are the headlines from this past weekend.
Bloomsburg takes control of the PSAC East Division
Bloomsburg thoroughly dominated division rival West Chester on Saturday to earn a 41-10 victory and sole possession of first place in the PSAC East. The win, along with East Stroudsburg’s loss to Kutztown, makes the Huskies a near lock for the PSAC Championship game on November 15. The Huskies have to
Updated 10-26-2014 at 06:49 PM by Chuck Bitner
Hi all. I'm sorry if the game previews are a little slimmer than usual, but I have a really busy schedule this week so I want to get this posted now while I can. Also, I'm sorry for the MEC crowd. If I can make some time later this week, I'll post another blog but can't promise it. Remember, we have an early start to the weekend with more Thursday night action.
Edinboro (1-6, 1-5) at Mercyhurst (3-4, 3-3) (Thursday)
Last week: Heading into last week, it looked
Updated 10-24-2014 at 08:29 PM by Chuck Bitner
Kutztown Renames Stadium in honor of Andre Reed
Kutztown University appropriately renamed the football stadium in honor of the University’s most accomplished athlete. The sign on the front of the two-story press box inside the stadium now reads ANDRE REED STADIUM. Reed, a native of Allentown, PA, played at Kutztown from 1981-1984 and was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 1985 NFL draft with the 86th pick. He went on to have a Pro Football Hall of Fame career in Buffalo,