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  1. NSIC - Week 7 Pick'Em

  2. NSIC - Week 7 Preview

    (Pictured: Virgil Hammond-MSU, Max Mickey-USF, WSU Defense, DJ Hebert-UMD)
    (Photos: Mankato Free Press, Argus Leader, WSU Athletics, Minot State Athletics)

    Reviewing the league stats after 6 weeks…. here are items that caught my eye….
    -AU and SMSU lead the NSIC in points per game at 43.0, with USF next at 42.0 ppg.
    -UMD is tops in D2 in Time of Possession at 36:22 per contest. SMSU

    Updated 10-14-2016 at 01:32 PM by Matt Witwicki

  3. Week 6 Previews and a look at the relative Strength of the MIAA

    The 2016 MIAA season is half over and it sure looks like the league title is a one-horse race, as Northwest Missouri State put in yet another dominant performance. To be fair, they still have five games to go (with two big rivalry games against Pittsburg State and Missouri Western State, and another against current one-loss Fort Hays State among them), but the Bearcats have been flat dominant in all six of their games this year, with an average margin of victory of 32.3 points and their closest ...

    Updated 10-14-2016 at 11:50 PM by Ian Carlson (Didn't proofread)

  4. Second-half of the MEC Season Starts Tonight

    The mid-point of the season came and went. We find ourselves analyzing the remaining schedules and fantasizing about the various "what-if" scenarios. Fairmont State and Shepherd are both undefeated and looking forward to post-season play. It's possible a 1-loss Notre Dame College gives Fairmont State its first loss, and jumping over Fairmont State with the head-to-head advantage. It's possible the Fairmont State @ Shepherd game in the second-to-last week decides the conference champion and chance ...
    IND , ‎ MEC
  5. PSAC Week 7 Preview

    I did not have an opportunity to write the quarterly “Four Quarters” breakdown last Sunday, so I’m including it in the week 7 preview. Some of the capsules are a bit brief this week and I appologie for that, but the demands of my full time job have been pretty intense. But who wants to talk about that. Here is what the PSAC looks like after six games…

    First Quarter

    1. #11 California (5-0, 3-0)
    The Vulcans won the critical Coal Bowl meeting and now control their destiny ...

    Updated 10-20-2016 at 08:05 AM by Chuck Bitner