Of course, we're definitely planning on putting together a post that covers every GLIAC game for the week. However, we felt like the Ashland at Saginaw Valley game deserved a little special attention since it's this week's D2 Game of the Week on CBS CollegeSports TV.
As an added bonus for all your GLIAC Maniacs out there, I will be posting a live blog from Wickes Stadium. If anyone wants to follow along, check it out at the The GLIAC Home Page.
Updated 10-20-2011 at 07:53 PM by Tony Nicolette
We've talked for years about how the GLIAC often is a logjam, and this is the point of the year where things tend to be the most crowded. The last month of the season typically provides the bulk of the "sorting out" each year...and the coming month will be charged with doing a TON of sorting.
Atop the South Division and Overall standings, Ashland, Hillsdale and Wayne are all knotted up...and all three of them can't forget a surprising Findlay bunch that is only a game back and actually
Man, was last week wild! An insane finish at Tech followed by another one at Hillsdale (the second in a row for both Saginaw Valley and Hillsdale) were the weekend's highlights. We have several tilts this weekend featuring clubs within a game or two of division leads and all hanging on to playoff aspirations. Ahh, the second half the season. This is where things start to get sorted out...or muddied even further. That's what makes it great...no?
Hillsdale (4-1, 4-2) at
We warned everyone back before Labor Day...we love these football seasons, but boy do they go by fast! Saturday marks the midway point already, and there are still a lot of things to be decided. While Wayne and Hillsdale have avoided (league) blemishes to this point, they still have some tall tasks (including facing each other) remaining. As for the rest of the league, playoff opportunities are still alive for a few teams, but most of them still have to play each other (and many still have to
I mentioned being uneasy about the Wayne pick at Northern, and apparently I had a right to be as the Warriors nearly fell victim to the "SuperiorDome Swoon". I also pitched the Hillsdale at Saginaw Valley game as the weekend's most exciting, and while I didn't call the victor correctly that game did wind up providing a highlight finish to Saturday's GLIAC action.
Michigan Tech 35, Ohio Dominican 13
While the U.P. teams often look a bit off once they cross the bridge,
Updated 10-05-2011 at 03:48 PM by Tony Nicolette