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  1. GLIAC 2017 - Week 3 Pick'Em

    Tiffin @ Davenport

    Tiffin "got right" last week...playing Lake Erie will do that for you. Now, they face a Davenport squad that has been, in all honesty, surprisingly underwhelming thus far. I'm not intending to disparage them, and things may look quite a bit different by the season's end. That said, they have a few D1 guys on the roster and they figured out how to win some ballgames last year. No, NAIA teams aren't the same, but there are schollie guys on those clubs nonetheless ...
  2. MEC - 3 More to Go In Week 3

    Saturday, September 16, 2017

    Notre Dame @ WV State

    Lakin Field at Dickerson Stadium, Institute, WV

    2017 Records: WV State 1-1, Notre Dame 1-1
    2016 Records: WV State 5-6, Notre Dame 5-6

    Recent Meetings:
    2016: Notre Dame, 48-21
    2015: WV State, 32-29
    2014: Notre Dame, 41-10
    2013: Notre Dame, 42-16

    Both teams seek their second victory while trying to cap their losses at the ...
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  3. LSC – The Greyhounds head to C-Town

    The second week of LSC football has concluded and we head into conference play for week 3. Last week showed us some good things and still concerned about other things. I am still looking to see what this Angelo State team is all about. I have watched them for 2 straight weeks and still cannot place them. I like what I see so far; but, are they the much-improved team that they are appearing to be. I think ...

    Updated 09-16-2017 at 10:14 AM by Joe Price

  4. Bearcats and Tigers Lead the Way Early On

    Two weeks into the season, and one word comes to mind if one were to look at the MIAA standings. It’s awful early, but that word most certainly is parity. With two games for each team in the books, we’ve got two undefeated teams, two winless teams, and eight teams tied at 1-1. To be fair, it’s a long season, and we aren’t even a quarter of the way through the 2017 campaign, but it’s shaping up to be an interesting season. Here’s a quick rundown on last week’s games:
  5. CIAA Week 3 - Revenge is a dish best served cold.

    If you’ve been waiting for Bowie State to field a complete team that can dominate on both sides of the ball – well, we may very well be seeing that before our very eyes. The Bulldogs manhandled previous ranked and now unranked Winston-Salem last week in quite a show of force. A few things stood out in last week’s game:

    1. Bowie absolutely smothered the WSSU run game: Last year’ conference championship game shows Kerrion Moore absolutely trampling the Bulldog ...