Matt Witwicki

  1. Regional Realignment – NSIC to Super Region Four



    Regional Realignment – NSIC to Super Region Four


    For those who haven’t paid especially close attention to the talks of regional realignment over the past handful of years, there is a change coming for the 2017 football season. The motivation for change was due to an imbalance between the number of teams in one region versus another. With this realignment, each of the four regions will have between ...
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  2. 2016 NSIC Elite Team


    Pictured: Jameson Parsons (SCSU), Trey Heid (AU), Peter Bateman (UMD), Michael Mehling (USF)
    Photos: St. Cloud Times, Argus Leader, Duluth News Tribune, USF Athletics

    Considering the immense size and divisional separation of the official Northern Sun All-Conference team, I decided to drum up my own (D2Football.com) NSIC Elite Team. One group on offense, one group on defense, special teamers, and ...
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  3. 2016 Mineral Water Bowl: Bemidj State (8-3) vs Washburn (7-4), Noon



    *This week's column is a collaborative effort between MIAA Columnist Ian Carlson and NSIC writer Matt Witwicki. You will see feedback from both writers in the preview below.

    The Mineral Water Bowl pits the highest finishing non-playoff teams in the NSIC and the MIAA conferences. This year those teams are the Washburn Ichabods and the Bemidji State Beavers. Both squads haven’t played in the postseason ...
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  4. Playoffs: Harding Bisons (12-0) at Sioux Falls Cougars (12-0), Noon


    (Pictured: Zach Shelley-HU. Photo: Harding Athletics)

    *This week's column is a collaborative effort between former GAC Columnist Armo Wood and NSIC writer Matt Witwicki. You will see feedback from both writers in the preview below.

    Both squads notched their first Division II playoff win in fairly convincing fashion.
    The second round clash that now awaits will see two of the top
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    Updated 11-25-2016 at 01:57 PM by Matt Witwicki

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  5. Playoffs: Minnesota-Duluth (10-1) at Emporia State (10-1), 1pm



    *This week's column is a collaborative effort between the MIAA and NSIC writers Ian Carlson and Matt Witwicki. You will see feedback from both columnists on the preview below
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    Players to Watch:

    Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
    #9 QB (SR) Drew Bauer – 64% passer, 3,081 yards, 28 tds / 5 int; 697 yards rushing and 6 scores
    #2 RB/WR (SR) Beau Bofferding – 588 yards rushing, 12 tds, 37 catches ...
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