Chuck Bitner

  1. Shepherd and Northwest Missouri State Meet for Division II Championship

    Well this is it. Weíre down to the final game. Regardless of the outcome, this will be my final full length blog of the season. Iím flying to Kansas City on Thursday so I may do some blogging along the way (and you can follow me on Twitter to see whatís going in KC) but this will be it for the year. As with all prior seasons, Iíve had a blast covering D2 football, but I do need to get some time back in my schedule for other things so I apologize in advance if Iím not around the message board very ...

    Updated 12-16-2015 at 06:41 PM by Chuck Bitner

  2. Shepherd Rams To Play for NCAA Division II Football Championship

  3. Rams and Lakers Set for National Semi-Final

    Thoughts on last week

    The PSAC season came to an end with Slippery Rockís loss at Shepherd in the regional final last Saturday. It was a very hard fought and competitive game that played out on a perfect day in front of one of the loudest D2 crowds Iíve been a part of. Heading into the weekend, I thought Slippery Rock would prevail on the road but Shepherd proved to be the better team. Their defense rather easily frustrated one of the top offensive teams in Division II. Shepherdís ...

    Updated 12-10-2015 at 07:23 AM by Chuck Bitner

  4. Super Region 1 Final Returns To Shepherdstown

    The Super Region 1 Final returns to Shepherdstown for the second time in the last three years and it will be a fantastic scene on Saturday. Iíve been to several games at Shepherd including both of the previous SR1 final games at Ram Stadium (2006 and 2013) and the atmosphere on both days was nuts. The place was busting at the seams with loud and proud football fans of both teams and I expect that again this week. I donít need to speak to the Shepherd faithful about how awesome a game day is in Shepherdstown, ...

    Updated 12-03-2015 at 06:16 PM by Chuck Bitner

  5. Previewing Round 2 of the SR1 Playoffs

    The PSAC went 2-0 in the first round of the NCAA playoffs and now have a shot to set up an all PSAC regional final if Slippery Rock and IUP can both advance for the second week in a row. Slippery Rock is right back at home, hosting NE10 Champion Assumption. IUP will hit the road for West Virginia again to take on MEC Champs Shepherd at Ram Stadium.

    IUP Team Profile

    Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks
    Location: Indiana, Pennsylvania

    Updated 11-27-2015 at 10:06 AM by Chuck Bitner

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