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  1. Week 4 Thoughts

    What a Win

    Bentley was the better team last Saturday and easily defeated LIU Post 40-21. The Falcons played very well on both sides of the ball as the offense scored with ease and the defense was up to the task of stopping the top quarterback in the league.

    The defense forced six turnovers in the game with four forced fumbles and two interceptions. It is the second straight week that the Falcons forced at least five turnovers in the victory.

    Bentley ...
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  2. Catching Up with Week 3 in the MEC

    The Mountain East Conference did have games in the third week of the season, and you'll find the results below ....

    UVA-Wise 0
    Concord 7


    It’s a week later and both Cavalier and Mountain Lion fans are still waiting for their respective offenses to score. Concord was known last year for having a stingy defense, but a lack of offense often kept them out of the win column.

    Concord was shut out last week against Charleston so the lack of ...
  3. Week 4 Recaps

    Here are some of the recaps from around the NE-10 from another solid week of football:

    New Haven hangs on over Pace:

    http://www.nhregister.com/sports/art...e-12223665.php

    Stonehill over St. Anselm:

    http://www.enterprisenews.com/sports...t-anselm-again

    Assumption crushes Merrimack:

    http://www.telegram.com/news/2017092...ut-of-warriors
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  4. GLIAC 2017 - Week 4 Pick'Em

    Tech @ SVSU

    After strong showings in their first two weeks, Tech struggled last week. It appeared that their ability to be balanced on offense hasn't quite developed, at least not compared to what they've been able to do in recent years. The Cards also lost for the first time last Saturday, and the circumstances were similar...they got off schedule, fell behind, and simply didn't have the firepower to catch up. That said, SV certainly showed a greater ability than Tech to be able ...
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    GLIAC
  5. CIAA Week 4 - When the South Goes North

    In Memoriam

    This week’s blog is dedicated in memory of Robert Grays. Grays, a Sophomore Defensive Back from Midwestern State, a Lone Star Conference member, passed away after suffering a neck injury during MSU’s game last Saturday. It’s a reminder that football, for all of its glory, is a risky sport and I hope that the powers that be continue to make strides in making the game safer. My prayers are with his family.

    What Does The CIAA Look Like After “Non-Conference” ...
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