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  1. MIAA: Pitt's 'bye' week and Northwest's trip to (almost) Canada

    If they paid me to do this (cover MIAA football for, 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 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 ...
  2. Playoffs Round 1: Harding at Pittsburg State – Nov. 22nd at 1pm CT

    *National rankings are in parentheses
    Harding’s Offense Pittsburg State’s Defense
    Total Offense: 459.1 ypg (34th) Total Defense: 251.0 ypg (3rd)
    Rushing Offense: 386.0 ypg (2nd) Rushing Defense: 114.9 ypg (27th)
    Passing Offense: 73.1 ypg (165th) Passing Defense: 136.1 ypg (3rd)
  3. SR3 Playoffs - Round 1

    NWMSU (10-1) at UMD (11-0)
    Two of the best programs in D2 locking horns yet again. While I don't feel either one of these teams is as strong as they have been during their better playoff runs, they might still be good enough to get through the Region.

    In taking a hard look at this game the first thing that pops up is that this might not be a great matchup for Duluth. NW can shut ...
  4. Super Region 4 Games: A battle for Supremacy

    I went 2-2 last week to conclude the regular season. I move to 35-15 (70%) on the season. I have finished at 70%, which has been my goal.

    What a game between Commerce and Angelo to end the season! It came down to the very end and Angelo prevailed.

    Final LSC Standings after LSC Playoff:

    1. Angelo State
    2. Texas A&M Commerce
    3. Tarleton State
    4. Midwestern State
    5. ENMU
    6. West Texas A&M
    7. Texas A&M Kingsville
    8. McMurry

    The Angelo State Rams ...
    GLIAC , ‎ LSC
  5. Week 12: SR2 First Round Previews and Predictions

    Let the playoffs begin!

    Here we are at the beginning of the post-season and the Gulf South Conference has an unprecedented four teams in the playoffs. It's quite a feat and the conference office has to be gushing with pride, especially after the rarity of only having one team in last year's field.

    Expectations are definitely high with the possibility for an all-GSC regional final. In the 24 seasons since the NCAA went to the Super Regional format in 1990, a GSC school ...

    Updated 11-20-2014 at 09:23 PM by Andy Davis

    GSC , ‎ SIAC
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