For the first time since week 2, the PSAC football weekend kicks off on Thursday night. Edinboro will make the short trip north to Erie to take on Gannon in a PSAC West division meeting. It is the first of two consecutive Thursday nighters for the Boro. The Fighting Scots will host Mercyhurst next Thuesday night at Sox Harrison Stadium.
Live Video for Thursday day night’s game at GU field will be available Here.
Thursday, October 14
Edinboro (0-6, 0-3)
Updated 10-17-2015 at 07:17 AM by Chuck Bitner
Mid-season is here already, so it's time to take a look at where each team stacks up and see what their prospects for the rest of the year look like. These are just subjective rankings based on my observations and what each team has done so far. I'd love to hear what the res of you think. It's been a very good year so far for the MEC. From the conference championship standpoint, Shepherd is the clear favorite. Only one other team (Charleston) has less than two losses and Rams have a head to head
Updated 10-12-2015 at 06:44 PM by Chuck Bitner
Mid-season already. Sometimes I think it goes faster every year. It's already time for the second quarter recap and a shuffling of the order in the 1 through 16 rundown. Here is how the teams stack up at the halfway mark of the 2015 season...
The First Quarter
1. Clarion (6-0, 3-0)
There is only one unbeaten team in the PSAC and they’ve earned their place at the top of the order. Clarion took advantage of a soft schedule to open the season but they backed
Updated 10-12-2015 at 07:08 AM by Chuck Bitner
It’s hard to believe that after this week we will already be beyond mid season. It goes so fast…It’s also hard to believe that we’re five weeks into the season and only one PSAC team (Slippery Rock) is ranked. And they’re only ranked in one poll. But its hard to make good arguments for having more teams ranked. It's competitive for the top 25 right now. We have one 5-0 team, two 4-1 and one 3-1. Everyone else has 2 or more losses. Clarion certainly deserves some recognition
Updated 10-09-2015 at 06:50 AM by Chuck Bitner
PSAC Release: Athletes of the Week
Raiders and Warriors Fight Through Five Overtime Periods
Every year, there is at least one game – usually more than one – that really illustrates why I enjoy college football so much. It’s also usually a game that leaves me a little disappointed that one of the teams had to walk away with a loss. Saturday night’s meeting of ESU and Ship in East Stroudsburg was that kind of game.
When both teams score in the 60s,
Updated 10-05-2015 at 06:41 AM by Chuck Bitner