Ship stays perfect, wins on the road at West Chester
Many times in a close, competitive game, you can point to a single play that really impacted the rest of the game. It could be a big play for a touchdown, a turnover, a converted first down, etc. But nearly all big games have one or two of those plays that if they didnít happen, the rest of the game would have played out differently.
So it was the case in West Chesterís homecoming loss to this yearís PSAC breakout
Updated 10-21-2012 at 09:42 PM by Chuck Bitner
Saturday is looking like a perfect fall day for college football, and weíve got some really good matchups to look forward to. I couldnít decide on a game of the week, so Iím highlighting one in each division. With four weeks to go we still have six teams that have a very good shot at the post season and four of them square off against another contender this week.
Here is the rundown for week 8:
Clarion (3-4, 1-3) at Lock Haven (0-7, 0-4)
For most of
Seven weeks into the season, the PSAC still has two teams that are undefeated overall and two others that are unbeaten in divisional play. The divisional races are not quite so wide open any more, and the contenders and pretenders are starting to fall into place. Week seven was full of interesting results. Here is the final recap, with my headlines for week seven.
Ship? How 'bout Armada?
Shippensburg's 73-35 annihilation of Kutztown is impressive on many levels. What
Updated 10-15-2012 at 07:52 AM by Chuck Bitner
Saturdays in October are what makes life worth living. The weather is getting colder and the days are getting shorter, which is never nice to see, but weíre in the thick of the divisional battles in the PSAC. Teams are fighting to stay alive for the divisional championships and the post-season. From this point on, we will be eliminating teams from contention every week. This is why we love college sports. 9-7 teams donít make it to our playoffs, unlike the NFL. Six wins wonít make a team "eligible"
Updated 10-11-2012 at 04:15 PM by Chuck Bitner
Here is part two of the mid-season run down in the PSAC. If you missed Part one and want to start from the beginning, click here: http://www.d2messageboard.com/entry....ankings-Part-1
Record: (3-2 overall, 2-1 PSAC West)
Analysis: Edinboro started off the year with two tough losses to Bloomsburg and California and they scored only 14 points in each game. Theyíve come to life since then with three straight wins
Updated 10-10-2012 at 06:44 PM by Chuck Bitner