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  1. Week 4 NSIC Preview & Players To Watch

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    Week 4 Preview & Players To Watch

    With the graduation of one of the most decorated senior classes a season ago, brings the emergence of new playmakers in the Northern Sun. Here is a sampling of some of the new faces that are making a difference with their program, along ...
  2. Week 4 in the NE-10

    Three weeks down and top teams are starting to emerge.

    Southern Connecticut (1-2, 1-1 NE-10) @ American International (0-3, 0-2 NE-10)

    When: September 22nd, 7:00 PM

    All-Time Series: Southern Connecticut leads the series, 33-25-3

    My Thoughts: Friday Night Lights.

    Southern Connecticut lost to Assumption 25-8. The Owls held Assumption in check most of the evening but were not able to put any points on the scoreboard. ...
  3. Week 3 Thoughts

    Winning Record

    It has been a long time since Pace has had a winning record this late in the season. They have been the bottom feeders of the league for the past 10 years. But last Friday night, they took the first step to get out of the cellar.

    The Setters rallied for a 24-23 victory over American International. Yes, Pace is now 2-1, 1-1 in the NE-10 this year. It is the first time since 2008 that they have multiple victories in the same season. And the first time ...
  4. Week 3 Recaps

    Here are some of the recaps from around the NE-10:

    Assumption over Southern Connecticut:

    LIU Post over Stonehill:

    New Haven over St. Anselm:
  5. GLIAC 2017 - Week 3 Pick'Em

    Tiffin @ Davenport

    Tiffin "got right" last week...playing Lake Erie will do that for you. Now, they face a Davenport squad that has been, in all honesty, surprisingly underwhelming thus far. I'm not intending to disparage them, and things may look quite a bit different by the season's end. That said, they have a few D1 guys on the roster and they figured out how to win some ballgames last year. No, NAIA teams aren't the same, but there are schollie guys on those clubs nonetheless ...