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  1. Week 10 Game Stories in the NE-10

    Week 10 in the NE-10 had fans on the edge of their seats the entire day. Two teams will play for a championship. Here is a recap:

    St. Anselm stuns New Haven:

    LIU Post beats Bentley:

    Assumption beats ...
  2. UCO still alive for MWB, MIAA title and even the playoffs

    Yeah. It's true. At 8-2, the University of Central Oklahoma is still very much alive for the postseason. And not just the Mineral Water Bowl.

    The Bronchos, who finish the season next week by hosting No. 5 Pittsburg State (9-1), might still be able to sneak into the playoffs in the super-tight Super Region 3.

    But wait. Hasn't it been said for weeks that no 2-loss team will make the playoffs in Super Region 3? Yes. And it still seems unlikely, but I love playing the "what-if" ...
  3. PSAC Championship Game Set: Slippery Rock hosts Bloomsburg

    PSAC Championship game set: Slippery Rock hosts Bloomsburg

    Bloomsburg’s day was relatively uneventful and much more businesslike than anything else. The Huskies wrapped up the PSAC East title a week ago and Saturday’s short trip across I-80 to visit Lock Haven was just a formality. For Slippery Rock, the day was MUCH different. The Rock entered the day with a decent shot at earning their second straight trip to the title game, but they needed some help from Mercyhurst. Boy, did they ...

    Updated 11-09-2014 at 08:23 AM by Chuck Bitner

  4. GAC Week 10 Scores

    ATU 5 SOSU 22

    SNU 29 NWOSU 39

    HSU 55 SAU 41

    HU 41 ECU 14

    OBU 47 UAM 10
  5. Pitt overcomes costly INTs, outlasts Central Missouri 38-31

    Anthony Abenoja threw 3 costly interceptions - the first was returned 20 yards for a game-tying TD in the 2nd quarter - but his 428 yards and 3 TDs were just enough for No. 5 Pittsburg State in a 38-31 victory on Senior Day in The Jungle.

    Marquise Cushon caught 2 long TD grabs, including a 75-yarder on the first play of the game, and ended the day with 221 receiving yards. Fellow Pitt WR Gavin Lutman added 122 yards.

    Central Missouri held a 31-28 4th-quarter lead and ...

    Updated 11-08-2014 at 08:55 PM by Aaron Heintzelman