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  1. WVIAC Preview: Week 2

    Any fan of the WVIAC that has seen the conference's rise in competitiveness over the last few years has to be disappointed in what happened last weekend. Sure, some of the games were ones we figured to be losses anyway, and yes, there are four new head coaches in the league. But 3-6 isn't a good way to take the next step to two playoff teams from the WVIAC. Out-of-conference record for the conference as a whole definitely helps make things easier for a second place team to slip into the playoffs ...
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  2. PSAC Roundup: Week 4

  3. WVIAC Preview: Week 5

    We're a third of the way through the season, and I think you can pretty clearly put the WVIAC teams into four groups:

    The conference title contenders:
    Shepherd and West Virginia Wesleyan

    I'm expecting both of them to win this weekend, setting up the showdown in Buckhannon on October 8 as the de facto conference championship game. It's clear to me that these two teams have what it takes to make it to the playoffs, and I would not be surprised to see them both ...
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  4. PSAC: Let's hear it for Danny Hale

    Two hundred wins sounds nice, right?
    It is a nice, round number. It is a good way to encapsulate a career.
    But I have a feeling the number of wins Danny Hale has had over the years is well over 200. If it is true that some coaches get into the business to make an impression on the lives they coach, then Hale has thousands of victories.
    Hale will be going for his 200th career win on Saturday when Bloomsburg takes on Cheyney at 3:30 p.m. The win is little more than a formality
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    Updated 10-07-2011 at 12:11 PM by Matt Burglund

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  5. Week 6 Thoughts

    Instant Classic

    It is rare that games live up to the hype and last Friday's game with New Haven and Southern Connecticut delivered. It featured two high powered offenses and two hard hitting defenses. And two schools within three miles of each other.

    New Haven scored 42 points after falling behind 13 points early in the third quarter to grab the Elm City Trophy for the second straight season. The Chargers started their assault on the opening kickoff as Mike DeCaro ...

    Updated 10-09-2011 at 02:50 PM by Paul Falewicz

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