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  1. The 2015 NCAA Division II National Championship Game Preview

    When fall camp started at the end of the summer, one hundred and seventy teams began their 2015 NCAA Division II football journey. Every program (even defending National Champion Colorado State-Pueblo) began the season with aspirations to improve in some capacity, whether it be in their respective league standings, overall wins, or even just level of competitiveness, yet, at the end of the year, only one team will remain standing and can claim to be 2015 NCAA Division II National Champions. A ...

    Updated 12-17-2015 at 11:15 AM by Ian Carlson

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  2. ....And Then There Was One

    Three MIAA teams concluded their seasons this past Saturday, but for the tenth time in the last twelve seasons, an MIAA team is one of the final four teams remaining in the playoffs. Northwest Missouri State will host West Georgia on Saturday, and the winner will face the winner between Grand Valley State and Shepherd. In bowl action, the MIAA teams split the games, giving the conference a 4-1 record in non-conference games so far.

    Mineral Water Bowl
    Fort Hays State 22

    Updated 12-11-2015 at 09:27 AM by Ian Carlson

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  3. GSC Week 15: D2 Semifinal Preview and Pick

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    There are only two weeks of D2 football left this season and I am glad to still be writing about it. That means the Gulf South Conference has, once again, won Super Region Two and is in the final four teams remaining this season. The West Georgia Wolves repeated as SR2 champions by defeating Tuskegee last week in Carrollton. UWG will now travel to face the winners of SR3, the Northwest Missouri ...

    Updated 12-08-2015 at 08:51 PM by Andy Davis

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  4. Another All-MIAA Regional Final and Bowl Game Previews

    Sometimes, a person can just plain be wrong. It happens. Predicting the outcomes of football games is not easy (most of the time), and trying to predict the nuances that may occur in a football game is much, much harder. We all knew Mother Nature was going to impact both MIAA playoff games last week, and I predicted that she would help the opposing teams more than the MIAA squads, keeping the margins of victory in the games closer than I thought they would be than if they had been played in optimal ...

    Updated 12-03-2015 at 10:41 PM by Ian Carlson

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  5. Emporia State Makes History and Second Round Playoff Previews

    The Emporia State Hornets endured a long, weather-hampered bus trip up Interstate 35 to Mankato, Minnesota last Friday for their first round playoff matchup against the second–seeded Minnesota State Mavericks. A lot of people in the D2 community (myself included) thought that the Mavericks would control both lines of scrimmage and come out victorious in the end. I actually thought the game would either end in a convincing Maverick win, or it would be a shootout. As it turned out, the teams took ...

    Updated 11-27-2015 at 06:08 PM by Ian Carlson

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