As football fans, one of the worst things we can do is overreact to one week of results. One week doesn’t make or break the entire season, and the opening weekend is always full of new coaches, new players, new opponents, injuries, surprises, suspensions, etc. Lots of things can change from week to week. Many teams have recovered from week 1 disappointments to go on to have championship seasons. That said, this is a place to talk about football, and one week’s worth of games is all we
Updated 09-06-2015 at 01:06 PM by Chuck Bitner
Here is a look at some of the recaps from around the NE-10:
New Haven falls to Slippery Rock:
Southern Connecticut falls to Gannon:
Assumption beats Kutztown:
Here are the records for the teams currently in the NE-10 for the past five years.
LIU Post rejoined the NE-10 in 2013 and only reflects the past two seasons.
(Photo credit: Argus Leader - bottom Left, The Wayne Stater - bottom right)
(Bob Young Stadium - Sioux Falls, Trey Heid - Augustana, Zach Osborn - Wayne State)
Saturday, September 5
Mary at Sioux Falls (Noon)
UMary comes into this game with QB Zach Roberson ready to play (missed most of 2014), but the Marauders will be young and inexperienced in 2015. This wont be a good
Here's a look at 10 players who really stepped it up in Week 1 victories in MIAA football. Did I miss anyone?
Brady Bolles: The senior Northwest Missouri QB had a touchdown each on the ground and in the air to go with 236 total yards and 0 turnovers in the Bearcats' 31-0 rout of Nebraska-Kearney.
Shaq Cooper - The Hays RB was 1 of several standouts for the Tigers in their last-minute victory at Central Oklahoma, rushing for a TD and 163 yards and adding TD grabs