Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference
De'Antwan Williams set the tone for IUP and the game when he took the opening kickoff back 86 yards to the New Haven seven-yard line. He burst through the New Haven kick coverage before finally being dragged down by Kareem Cutler.
Williams was the difference for the Crimson Hawks as New Haven had trouble tackling him all day long. He seemed to bounce off would be tacklers and get more yardage on each run. He finished the game with 125 yards on the ground
Welcome to the second round of the playoffs. The PSAC and NE-10 champions will face off for the second consecutive year for a chance to play for a regional title.
Week 13 Capsules
# 3 IUP (11-1, 6-1 PSAC West) @ # 2 New Haven (10-0, 8-0 NE-10)
When: November 24th, 12:00 PM
All-Time Series: IUP leads the series, 5-3-0
Common Opponents: They share one common opponent this year and both walked away with lopsided victories.
Here is a story about IUP and their preparation for the game Saturday:
For the second consecutive season, New Haven is ranked second in Super Region One. And for the second straight season, they will take on the PSAC champion in the second round of the playoffs. Last year, it was Kutztown and this year, they will play Indiana this Saturday.
The third seeded Crimson Hawks advanced to the second round with a 27-17 victory over sixth seeded Shepherd last Saturday. Both teams featured good defenses and it showed in the final stats of
Updated 11-21-2012 at 11:42 AM by Paul Falewicz
The third rankings are out and the top four in the region are the same for the second consecutive week. One new team is in the top ten and the top six will be announced this coming Sunday. Teams need to win this weekend and not let the numbers dictate whether or not they make the playoffs.
1. Shippensburg 10-0, 10-0 Last Week: 1
Shippensburg continues to be the top team in SR1. They have taken care of business in the PSAC this year and face one more hurdle for