With playoffs set to begin this Saturday, here is a look at the playoff field from 1 to 6. All stats referenced are per game averages for the 2014 regular season.
1. Concord Mountain Lions
Conference: Mountain East
D2 Record: 11-0
Scoring offense: 45.2
Scoring defense: 19.3
Total offense: 493
Total defense: 333
Rushing offense: 217
Rushing defense: 113
Passing offense: 276
Updated 11-18-2014 at 06:05 PM by Chuck Bitner
Slippery Rock Wins PSAC Championship
Slippery Rock scored on four consecutive possessions in the first half to build a 28-17 halftime lead over visiting Bloomsburg and were able to make it hold up for a 28-26 victory on the PSAC championship. The Rock became the seventh different team to win the conference championship in the last seven years. We still have not had a repeat champion since the game was reintroduced in 2008.
Bloomsburg certainly had their chances but
Updated 11-16-2014 at 06:57 AM by Chuck Bitner
If youíre not jacked up for Saturday afternoon, you should probably get to a doctor as soon as possible to make sure you have a pulse. Iím serious. This is it. Itís time to crown champions and hand out the invitations to the big party. If youíre not excited, you might be dead.
Its hard to see the season come to an end for so many teams, but at the same time, its so thrilling to get into playoff football. There is nothing like. Itís the best time
Updated 11-14-2014 at 11:25 AM by Chuck Bitner
For the second year in a row Bloomsburg and Slippery Rock will meet for the PSAC Championship, and it should be a good one. As a reminder, the game will be shown live on PCN. If you are not in the PCN viewing area, there are webstream options available as well. Before jumping into the championship game, here is a look at the rest of the schedule for the final week of the regular season.
East Stroudsburg (6-4, 5-4) at Gannon (8-2, 7-2) 12:00
Last week: Gannon
Updated 11-16-2014 at 06:56 AM by Chuck Bitner
Mountain East Conference Championship
For the second year in a row, the Mountain East Conference championship comes down to Shepherd and Concord. This is a regularly scheduled, regular season game. Technically, it is not a conference championship game but for all intents and purposes, it is. Concord is 9-0 in conference play and Shepherd is 8-1. A Concord victory would complete a perfect season, secure an undisputed MEC Championship and would just about lock them in for a top 2 seed