Tuskegee remains on top of the SIAC power poll after a big win over Morehouse. The Golden Tigers are dominating opponents with no-clear cut stars on offense. Just a balanced attack. Fort Valley State maintained its position as the second rated team in the conference after defeating Kentucky State. The Wildcats are another balanced attack that can hurt you on the ground or by a big play in the air.
A team to watch down the stretch will be Stillman. The Tigers boast the best offense and
Albany State dominate Lane, take lead in East Division
Albany State 33, Lane 0
ALBANY, GA- Quarterback Frank Rivers threw for 290 yards and passed for three of his four touchdown passes to help the Rams cruise past Lane 33-0 Saturday Night at the Albany State Coliseum.
The win gives Albany State, (3-2, 3-0 SIAC), three consecutive wins this season, while Lane falls to (1-4, 1-3 SIAC).
The Golden Rams lead the SIAC in defense and held the Dragons to
As it always does, mid-season got here in a hurry. It seems like just a few days ago that we baked in the summer humidity to see the season openers for our favorite teams and now it won't long until we're dragging out the heavy parkas, gloves and boot warmers. Since we're now past week 6, its time for another quarter run-down of the 16 teams in the PSAC. It's a simple concept...16 teams, 4 quarters = 4 teams per quarter. Let's see where everyone stacks up.
The First Quarter
Updated 10-14-2014 at 07:49 PM by Chuck Bitner
If things weren't already serious, here we are at Week 7 and the pressure starts to mount with an All-GSC slate of games. The quest to win the conference and make the playoffs is in full force.
The Thursday night GSC-TV Game of the Week will feature West Alabama traveling to Rome, GA to take on Shorter. While Saturday's line-up has the Big 3 on the road as West Georgia hosts DSU, VSU goes to Mississippi College, and Florida Tech welcomes UNA.
Updated 10-15-2014 at 11:36 AM by Andy Davis
I feel like a lot of things happened last week, yet this week’s TANQB – my MIAA power rankings of the Top, Almosts, Not-Quites and the Basement – looks almost exactly the same as last week.
I can assure you that won’t happen next week, though, as 1 plays 3 and 2 plays 5.
As big as this week’s Pitt-Northwest game is, and believe me – it is, I WANTED to make it a 1v2 matchup, but I still have to go with UCO over Pitt, for now.\
I’m interested to see how