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  1. Previewing Week 6 in the PSAC

    Here is a look at the Saturday rundown for Week six in the PSAC. If you missed my preview of the Thursday nighter between Kutztown and West Chester, you can find it Here. ::ms-clear{display:none;}

    Mercyhurst (1-4, 1-3) at Gannon (4-1, 3-1) 12:00

    Last week: Mercyhurst finally pulled together for their first victory of the season with a 28-0 shutout win at home over Clarion. Gannon suffered their first loss of the 2014 season by a score of 31-28 at undefeated ...

    Updated 10-09-2014 at 12:34 PM by Chuck Bitner

  2. Witt's Picks - Week 6

    (Photos: Argus Leader and

    Week Six is a very big week in the conference with the big rivalry games taking place in the league and other high profile matchups on this slate of games. MSU-Mankato and Winona State are the curtain jerkers for the week, being the feature game on CBS College Sports as the D2 Game of the Week. (programming note: the game is also being carried by Midco, if ...

    Updated 10-09-2014 at 09:47 AM by Matt Witwicki

  3. Kutztown and West Chester set for Thursday night fight

    Week six comes a few days early this year as West Chester travels to Kutztown in a critical PSAC East prime time event. This is the first of a three week stretch of Thursday night games in the PSAC. Next Thursday it will be Gannon visiting Edinboro, followed by Edinboro at Mercyhurst on October 23.

    A Thursday night tilt between two divisional contenders deserves its own blog space, so letís take a look at the Golden Bears vs. the Golden Rams.

    Thursday, October ...

    Updated 10-09-2014 at 06:44 AM by Chuck Bitner

  4. Week 6 in the NE-10

    We have hit the halfway of the regular season and the games continue to get more and more important. We have one huge game this week with the current champ and the up and coming contender squaring off for first place in the league.

    Pace (0-5, 0-4 NE-10) @ Assumption (2-3, 2-2 NE-10)

    When: October 10th, 7:00 PM

    All-Time Series: Pace leads the series, 11-10-0

    My Thoughts: Both teams hope to build off their second half success. ...
  5. MIAA: A slap on the wrist, a brief playoff picture and this week's TANQB

    This year has been fun, to say the least. Things arenít exactly shaping up like we expected. Sure, a lot of that is due to the all-inclusive MIAA schedule that doesnít leave any room for non-conference games.

    But regardless of where your stance is on that topic, we can all agree itís been an interesting first 5 weeks to the 2014 MIAA football season.

    For Washburn, interesting might not be the right word. Disappointing? Probably. And that might play a small part in what ...