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  1. 2018 NSIC Week 3 Preview

    Thursday, September 13
    Minnesota-Duluth (2-0) at St. Cloud State (2-0)

    SCSU is 2-0, but struggled to escape the Mary game with a win. Considering what the Huskies return on offense, they should look much stronger than they have.

    UMD has destroyed both opponents by halftime, looking fantastic on defense as well. Those wins came over Minot State and Moorhead, but still, the Bulldogs ...
  2. SAC Football Preview: Week 3

    A lot has happened since I first started writing this last weekend. By now everyone is aware of Hurricane Florence and the potential impact it may bring to our area of the country. It has led to a long list of schedule changes and cancellations and of course that includes the SAC football schedule. As of this publication, only one SAC game is still scheduled for its original time slot. I am happy that the schools and the conference have been able to move things around so we still have a chance to ...

    Updated 09-13-2018 at 07:17 AM by Chuck Bitner

  3. Week 3 in the NE-10

    The first week of league play was off the charts. What can this week do to top it?

    St. Anselm (0-1, 0-1 NE-10) @ Assumption (1-1, 1-0 NE-10)

    When: September 14th, 7:00 PM

    All-Time Series: Assumption leads the series, 14-5-0

    My Thoughts: Friday Night Lights

    St. Anselm lost a tough three overtime game to Stonehill 57-54. The Hawks had the lead several times in the game but were not able to hang on. Eric Fairweather ...
  4. GSC Week 3: Conference Action Begins

    And, just like that, we are into Week 3 and the beginning of the Gulf South Conference schedule with a slate of four conference matchups and one non-conference contest.

    Last week, the GSC had an uncharacteristic .500 winning percentage going 4-4 with non-conference opponents. It was a fun week to watch, though, with some great games and awesome atmospheres. I love when the ...

    Updated 09-12-2018 at 08:06 AM by Andy Davis

  5. A Couple Upsets in Week 2, and an Intriguing Week 3

    After an opening week that went chalk for the most part, we had a much more exciting second week. Two big upsets went down, and four of the six road teams won their games in Week 2. Here’s a quick rundown:

    Nebraska Kearney 31
    Central Oklahoma 27

    In the first of the two upsets, the Lopers found themselves 2-0 for the first time as members of the the MIAA after winning a tough, back and forth game against the Bronchos. Luke Quinn scored the game winning touchdown ...

    Updated 09-11-2018 at 07:26 PM by Ian Carlson