Findlay 26, Walsh 7
Rushing attacks were at the fore in Canton on Saturday, as these two combined for a brisk pace (took only 2:27 to play this one) and a rather inept 16 of 45 and three picks by the two QB's. As expected, Monterae Wiliams closed out his Oiler career with a bang by racking up 187 yards and all four of Findlay's touchdowns on the ground. Toba Olarewaju had 133 yards rushing for Walsh in addition to tallying the Cavaliers' lone score of the day.
Well, Gang...we've made it to the end of another long and winding road. Hard to believe eleven Saturdays can come and go so quickly, but being an old guy I guess I should be used to time flying right past me. It should be a beautiful weekend weather-wise here in the Midwest, so hopefully everyone can get out and enjoy themselves...and maybe even take in a ball game!
Findlay (6-3, 6-3) at Walsh (2-7, 3-7)
It should be unique treat for the Oiler seniors...they
OK...I promised everybody ONE post about this, so here it is! Just like every year, I stick to only writing about this the week before the final Saturday of the season. SO much changes from week to week that trying to keep up with this for the last month of the year just isn't worth the energy. Now things are much more finite, so let's take a look:
SuperRegion 4 - Released November 5, 2012
3. Chadron State
Let's open this week by congratulating Ashland University on their first GLIAC Championship. The Eagles are still unbeaten, and have clinched the out-right league title. Coach Owens and staff have to be pleased with how well their club has performed this year, and are essentially a lock to make the playoffs regardless of what happens this weekend.
As for this past weekend, In my six years of writing about the GLIAC for D2Football.com I have seen some interesting things happen.
Two weeks to go, Gang. The GLIAC North is up in the air, as is a possible second GLIAC member claiming a playoff spot (presuming of course that the floor doesn't completely fall out from under Ashland these next two games). Should be an interesting couple of Saturdays, no? Let's take at the one right in front of us:
Malone (1-7, 1-7) at Findlay (5-3, 5-3)
The final home game of the year for Findlay opens a two-game slate with the Canton teams. In this first round,