Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
Lindenwood quarterback Jesse Scroggins connected with Greg Coble for a 7-yard TD with 23 seconds to play, giving the Lions a 20-14 victory over Washburn in St. Charles Thursday night on the season premier of the MIAA Football Game of the Week.
It was the second time in as many years that Lindenwood knocked off the 'Bods with a fourth-quarter TD in a tight game, and it was just the beginning of the fun in the first week of MIAA football.
Missouri Western outscored Central
Updated 09-04-2015 at 01:02 AM by Aaron Heintzelman
Sorry for the late arrival, folks. You deserve better.
Too bad. You're stuck with me for at least another year.
I'm going to ask you to bear with me this year. I don't know what my availability is going to be, but I will do my best to continue providing the best coverage I can for the MIAA.
Here's a look at my predictions for this week's games. All games are Thursday night.
Missouri Western at No. 20 Central Missouri
I couldn't quite put my finger on it.
As I arrived to Shoney's Saturday morning in Branson, Mo., I was trying to figure out where I had been to one before. I thought the name sounded familiar.
When I got inside and saw the breakfast buffet, I finally remembered. The place I chose to enjoy my morning meal on the first day of the 2014 Division II football playoffs ended up being a fun little coincidence.
Northwest Missouri fans who have ridden the 'Bearcat
If they paid me to do this (cover MIAA football for D2Football.com), they'd pay me to write what I think. I usually don't beat around the bush; Any of you who have read me for the past six years can attest to that. And I won't this year, either.
I agree with many of the posters on the D2Football.com message board that the first-round playoff matchup with Harding is little more than a bye week for Pittsburg State. Heck, the winner of the Northwest-Duluth game in Southern Canada gets
Northeastern State squandered their largest lead of the season Saturday, allowing the final 28 points of a 35-16 loss to Lindenwood, marking a disappointing end to an already-dreadful season.
The RiverHawks finish the 2014 campaign 0-11. It's their first winless season since 2004 and the first time in program history they've finished a season with 11 losses.
NSU joins Cheyney (PSAC), Southern Nazarene (GAC) and Minnesota Crookston (NSIC) as the only winless teams in
Updated 11-16-2014 at 10:01 AM by Aaron Heintzelman