I could talk for days about the MIAAís insistence on going all-conference games-all the time. As a fan, it sucks. For coaches and administrators trying to schedule games, it must be nice.
A couple of years ago, the league announced it would go to an 11-game conference schedule when it expanded to 16 teams. What they werenít counting on was 2 teams leaving in a 3-year span.
Nebraska-Omaha left a hole in many teamsí schedules when they disbanded their football program
Updated 05-08-2013 at 04:56 PM by Aaron Heintzelman
The 11 players from D2 Football picked in this year's NFL draft is more than the past two years' drafts combined.
Missouri Southern DT Brandon Williams was the first and only D2 guy taken Friday. The Baltimore Ravens took him with the 94th overall pick in the third round.
PHOTOS | Brandon Williams http://bit.ly/ZPgMlO
Other MIAA players selected were Missouri Western DE David Bass (Oakland) and Northeastern State OT Michael Bowie (Seattle). They both
Updated 04-28-2013 at 09:06 AM by Aaron Heintzelman
This past weekend marked my fifth pilgrimage to Florence, Alabama for the Division II Football National Championship. It’s always a bit of a whirlwind for me because I travel by car instead of flying from Pennsylvania to Alabama. It’s about a 14 hour ride and most think I’m crazy for doing it (which I do not dispute) but driving affords me the opportunity to visit many other colleges and universities along the way and take self-guided tours of their football stadiums. That’s
Updated 12-19-2012 at 07:26 PM by Chuck Bitner
Shippensburg junior quarterback Zach Zulli won the 27th Harlon Hill trophy awarded this evening in a ceremony in Florence, Alabama. The trophy is awarded annually to the Division II player of the year. In his acceptance speech, Zulli humbly gave credit to his Shippensburg teammates, coaches, administrators, the Red Raider band, family, alumni and fans. His speech was very well thought out and delivered with class and professionalism.
Before speaking, Zulli acknowledged the other
Updated 12-15-2012 at 12:01 AM by Chuck Bitner
As the eve of the D2 Football Championship is upon us, there's some criticism/questions going around that have raised a few eyebrows. Do you root for the Winston Salem State because they are an HBCU or do you cheer for Valdosta State? Since Valdosta State is a Predominantly White Institution (PWI), there might be some people cheering for the HBCU simply because there has never been an HBCU football national champion on the D2 level.
As an HBCU Alum from Fayetteville State University
Updated 12-13-2012 at 09:19 PM by Gilberto Alvarado