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  1. NSIC - Week 8 Preview

    (Pictured: AU's Ryan Bradberry)
    (Image courtesy of Augustana Athletics)

    On paper, this isn’t exactly the most interesting week in the Northern Sun. Nearly every game looks like a mismatch, and going strictly by the computer rankings (Massey), only one contest will be decided by less than a 2-touchdown margin. Let’s see what happens though, and upsets certainly can happen. ...

    Updated 10-19-2017 at 03:13 PM by Matt Witwicki

  2. That’s The Way The Ball Bounces

    A constant reminder to myself: “It’s a game.”

    I learned early in life that my love for competitions, especially sports, could produce a myriad of emotions.

    I’ve been thrilled beyond belief. Most recently when UNA won the semi-final last year and returned to the national title game for the first time in what felt like forever after being so close on a few occasions. Then, of course, there’s nothing like that first national title game and victory in 1993 when ...

    Updated 10-19-2017 at 03:36 PM by Andy Davis

  3. Week 7 in the NE-10

    As the leaves start to change colors, the games continue to get bigger.

    LIU Post (4-2, 3-2 NE-10) @ American International (2-4, 2-3 NE-10)

    When: October 21st, 12:00 PM

    All-Time Series: American International leads the series, 17-14-0

    My Thoughts: Another hard-hitting game.

    LIU Post got back on track with a 52-35 victory over Southern Connecticut. The Pioneers jumped out early and played with the lead most of ...
  4. Week 7 in the MEC -- Worth the travel for fans

    Photo Courtesy of John and Pam Boyle

    Four out of five away teams won in Week 7, making the trip worth the while for friends, family and fans who made the trek in most cases. Before long talk about the post-season will ramp up as the Regional Rankings make their return. A few teams try to remain relevant for the playoffs while the rest of the conference fights to improve ...
  5. Week 6 Thoughts

    New Stadium

    Merrimack unveiled their new Warrior Stadium on Saturday and used the excitement of the day to defeat Pace 44-10. The Warriors jumped out early and never looked back in their second victory of the season.

    "We played 60 minutes today," Merrimack head coach Dan Curran said. "When we do that, we can play with anyone in this league. We need to continue to develop and we can make some noise at the end of the season."

    The announced crowd for the ...
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