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  1. The MIAA gets Bulldogged again, and Bowl Game Previews

    For the second straight year (and third in the last five seasons) the MIAA was kept out of the Regional Finals. From 2004-2013, the MIAA had at least one team make it that far and on five occasions, both of the regional finalists hailed from the conference. It’s been two years since the latest regional realignment that placed the GLIAC and MIAA into the same region, and the GLIAC has had the upper hand thus far (even with NWMSU’s win at Grand Valley State). Ferris State has knocked out the ...
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  2. GSC Week 11: Championship Weekend

    The outright winner of the Gulf South Conference title will be crowned this Saturday down in Valdosta. It’s very exciting that it boils down to such a big game where we all know the contest is the 2018 GSC Title Game! That’s a rarity in our conference.

    This matchup, along with at least two other contests, will provide for one of the best weekends of GSC football we’ve had ...

    Updated 11-09-2018 at 01:26 AM by Andy Davis

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  3. LSC – Playoff Week 4 – Texas A&M Commerce Lions Roar to the Semi-Finals

    (Texas A&M Commerce Running Back Carandal Hale)

    Who would have thought, entering into the 4th week of the NCAA Division 2 Playoffs that the Texas A&M Commerce Lions would still be playing with a chance to win a National Title. The Lions have faced some difficult challenges over the ...

    Updated 12-07-2017 at 07:10 PM by Joe Price

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  4. Two Bowl Games, a Rematch, and a Look at Who Might Host in the Semifinals

    The NCAA Division II Playoffs are down to the Super Regional finals, and the four games this upcoming Saturday will determine the National Semifinalists. With the Bearcats and Hornets playing each other last week, it was ensured an MIAA team would play in the regional final for the 12th time in the last 13 seasons (only the 2014 season being the exception since the 2004 campaign, which was also the year the playoffs expanded to from 16 to 24 teams). For the fourth time in the last 5 seasons (again, ...
    GAC , ‎ MIAA
  5. The Real Season is About to Begin

    Well, as exciting as the concept of Rivalry Week in the last week of the regular season is, the actual games largely did not live up to that billing, as only one game was decided by less than 10 points. Three of the games were bona fide blowouts, all won by the three MIAA teams that were selected to participate in the 2016 NCAA Division II Football Playoffs, with the Bearcats, Hornets, and Mules making the dance. Two MIAA teams will be going bowling, as Washburn was selected to go to the Mineral ...
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