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  1. 2018 NSIC Week 8 Preview



    Minnesota-Crookston (1-6) at Concordia-St. Paul (3-4)
    CSP looked bad a week ago struggling to beat a winless Mary squad but the Golden Bears have played better at home. With the first and second string running backs down, QB Dom McKinzy has shouldered some of the rushing load.

    Crookston had one game where it didn’t look like the Crookston everyone knows. That was in the win against ...
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  2. SAC Football Week 8 Preview

    The week 8 SAC blog will be somewhat brief, and I do apologize for that. I’ve been away from home all week carving out time for the necessary research was quite difficult. With that said, lets take a look at the current state of things in the SAC.

    After seven weeks here is how I rank the teams

    1. Lenoir-Rhyne (6-1, 5-0)
    The Bears kept rolling with another impressive win. The homecoming victory over Limestone was their sixth straight W and fifth straight in SAC ...

    Updated 10-20-2018 at 07:40 AM by Chuck Bitner

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  3. Week 8 in the PSAC

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    Week 8 in the PSAC

    As we enter into the second half of October we only have 3 weekends of divisional play remaining in the PSAC. The races for both the East and the West are still up for grabs. In the Eastern division Kutztown and West Chester are both 3-0 in the division with all eyes set on next weekend when the two powers will face off. In the Western division the road got muddied last week as the Golden Knights of Gannon traveled to California ...
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  4. Week 8 Preview

    After my undefeated performance in last week's preview, things can only go downhill from here.

    I contemplated retirement, but then I thought, who will spew out underwhelming DII GLIAC blog posts twice-a-week? All six of the consistent readers would be so disappointed.

    So here goes another inadequate attempt at forecasting the weekend’s action on the gridiron in week 8 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

    After last week’s triumphant ...
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  5. CIAA Week 8: Welcome to the Twilight Zone

    There are just some stories that are feel good. They are the ones that leave your mouth aghast and leave you clamoring for more details. Picture this: Its homecoming. You haven’t scored more than 13 points a game all season. All of a sudden, you find yourself up 21-0 and it’s just the 2nd quarter. Like, what is even going through your mind in that situation. One thought might be – don’t screw this up.

    Such was the case of Lincoln-Elizabeth City State. Lincoln almost squandered ...