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  1. LSC – Week 11 Previews – The Conclusion of the Regular Season



    Well, I have begun saying my farewells. This officially marks my last regular season posting.
    I will continue to write for the LSC teams throughout the Playoffs and will be in attendance at several playoff games and at the National Title Game in McKinney, Texas.

    I hope several of you get to make it there this year.

    Can the LSC go all the way to the Title Game again this ...
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  2. Week 11 Preview

    Folks as you read this final regular season GLIAC preview, I kindly ask you refrain from crying real tears, it’s going to be okay.

    On Saturday, nine GLIAC teams’ seasons will come to an end, and two teams will be moving on to compete in the Division II Playoffs.

    Before we get into this week’s matchups, let me first say it has been a pleasure writing semiweekly GLIAC Football columns for D2football.com. I appreciate each and every one of you that took the time ...

    Updated 11-09-2018 at 02:26 AM by Jake Riepma

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  3. 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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  4. LR wins SAC Title, Limestone has a coach, Playoff spots up for grabs

    Lenoir-Rhyne wins 2018 SAC Championship

    Congratulations to our new champions! The Lenoir-Rhyne Bears, picked to finish anywhere from 6th to 8th in most preseason SAC polls, won the 2018 conference championship last Saturday with their 9th straight win. The Bears secured the title by dismantling the overwhelming preseason favorite, Carson-Newman, with a second half surge that the Eagles were helpless to stop. I think everyone expected Lenoir-Rhyne to be better this year. But this ...

    Updated 11-09-2018 at 04:38 PM by Chuck Bitner

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  5. CIAA Championship Week: Wait, but the regular season isnt over yet.

    There wasn’t a more surprising score from last week than the one of Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem State. Rivalry games have a way of bringing out the best or the worst in opponents, and last Saturday was no exception. WSSU rattled off 51 points in its blowout of FSU, and 51 points were the most points the Rams had scored in a game since 2016 against Lincoln. The 2016 version of Lincoln and 2018 version of the Broncos are vastly teams. The Lions were destined for the basement of the ...

    Updated 11-08-2018 at 01:35 PM by Kris Ferguson

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