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  1. PSAC Roundup: Week 4

  2. 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

    Updated 10-07-2011 at 11:11 AM by Matt Burglund

  3. MIAA - Cupcake batter can go bad pretty quick if you don't watch it

    I'm not going to lie. I've never baked a thing in my life, so I have no idea if that title holds any truth to it or makes any sense whatsoever, but I thought it sounded cool.

    The point is we have another week where the conference's top teams have what appear to be cupcakes on their schedule.

    No. 6 Pitt State gets Lincoln for homecoming - That's like a chocolate cupcake with vanilla icing. You'll have to really mess things up to go bad with that cupcake.

    Updated 10-15-2011 at 10:19 AM by Aaron Heintzelman

  4. Week 9 Predictions; The last gasp in the North!

    For the third week in a row, the Northern Division is having the game of the week. Three teams, tightly contested, all jockeying to get a peace of the CIAA title and punch their ticket to Durham with a date with WSSU. This week, its Bowie State traveling to Elizabeth City State to see who becomes the leader of the Northern Division.

    As far as the Southern Division, well, lets just say its a bit boring. One team is dominating and has already punched their ticket to Durham and is awaiting ...
  5. PSAC: Is it too late for California?

    There's no doubt the California Vulcans played their best game of the season last week. But the question is this: did it come too late?

    John Luckhardt's team looked every bit as advertised in its 28-10 win at IUP. Quarterback Peter Lalich was mistake-free, wide receivers Thomas Mayo and Chedrick Cherry showed big-play skills, tailback Lamont Smith was difficult to bring down -- and that's just the offense. On the other side of the ball, California's front four dominated the Crimson ...

    Updated 11-04-2011 at 12:04 PM by Matt Burglund

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