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  1. GLIAC Blog - Conference Poll Reaction Edition

    Folks it’s the moment we waited for all summer – the release of the GLIAC pre-season rankings. Well maybe not quite all summer, but if you’re like me, it’s one more reminder that summer is fading and football season is oh so close.

    Speaking of summer, if you took a break from a pure Michigan summer to welcome the arrival of the GLIAC pre-season rankings, while I admire your passion and commitment, I question your priorities. That is unless you’re from Ohio, in which case, ...
  2. The CIAA 2017 Wrapup

    This past season was certainly one for the ages. There are many superlatives to pass around, and much to talk about as teams are now in the recruiting stages and seniors walk across the main stage one last time. After seeing awards season go by, I have a few things to say.

    In the first year in Super Region 2, the conference was able to get two teams into the playoff field. Both were outed in the first round, but both Virginia State and Bowie State gave their opponents all they ...
  3. Texas A&M Commerce National Title Bound, Perez wins Harlon Hill

    PRESS RELEASE - Texas A&M University-Commerce senior quarterback Luis Perez of Chula Vista, California has claimed the 2017 Harlon Hill Trophy as the Division II College Football Player of the Year.

    Perez received 198 total points and held a commanding 63-point margin over Gannon University junior running back Marc Jones at 135. ...
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  4. Dreams Coming True in D2 Title Game

    After a hard-fought contest in the cold of Indiana, Pennsylvania, the West Florida Argonauts (11-3) punched their ticket to Kansas City with a 27-17 victory over IUP. They will play in Children’s Mercy Park this Saturday against the Texas A&M - Commerce Lions (13-1).

    The Argos are riding the headlines of their newfound success as an upstart program. As a second-year team, UWF became the fastest program ...

    Updated 12-14-2017 at 01:59 PM by Andy Davis

  5. 2017 Comes to a Close

    For just the second time since 2003, the MIAA season came to an end during the quarterfinals of the playoffs. It was also just the second time in that span where there was not a playoff game featuring an MIAA team and the last teams playing were in bowl games, with 2014 being the other year in that timeframe. Oddly enough, that year was also the first time since 2008 that we had a new National Champion in the division, and we are guaranteed to have a first time champion this year. It’s even ...
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