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East Stroudsburg at Edinboro, 12:00
Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst, 12:00
Kutztown at Gannon, 12:00
IUP at Lock Haven, 12:00
California at Shippensburg, 12:00
Clarion at Cheyney, 1:00
It's a southern hemisphere thing. :wink:
It really shouldn't be a problem for the Huskies this week. Mercyhurst's offense is abysmal.
Follow the bouncing ball!!!
Lock Haven - No charge, but no fun.
Primarily street parking. If there early, should have no problem getting a spot. But then you're pretty much standing on the sidewalk.
Mercyhurst at West Chester, 12:00pm
Edinboro at Shippensburg, 12:00pm
Gannon at Cheyney, 1:00pm
Indiana at Kutztown, 1:05pm
California at Bloomsburg, 2:00pm
Seton Hill at Lock Haven, 3:00pm...
On that topic, we are in agreement. As previously stated:
But West Chester could also site their own costly errors. A lost fumble on the UNH 19. A likely TD pass that bounced off the shoulder...
Okay. Yeah, the box score only shows that the play went to the five, but that's where the holding occurred. UNH did get a field goal out of it.
As previously, turnovers were even, so they hurt both teams. Specifically in the third quarter, WCU fumbled on the UNH 19. Then WCU was penalized for 45 yards on UNH's subsequent touchdown drive. ...
Penalties hurt West Chester for 199 yards and New Haven for only 65 yards.
Turnovers were even with each team having three.
West Chester did execute well on special teams though.
Geno Auriemma call to Mo’ne Davis ruled violation by NCAA
Lincoln also won 156-128. But that's just penalty yards.
Livingstone (CIAA) at Millersville, 6:00pm
Cheyney at Lincoln (CIAA), 7:00pm
Edinboro at Carson-Newman (SAC), 7:00pm
Shippensburg at Seton Hill, 7:00pm
St. Augustine's (CIAA) at Indiana, 12:00pm...
Good to see Webster put on some lbs. He was listed at 240 in his first year of football at Bloomsburg and 250 last year. Now at 262 with the Lions. Filling out the 6'7" frame.:good:
I've never said that you did!!!!!!
They've had some turnover at the AD position as well. Ticket sales in Newark have been down for a while which means that UDel is seeking new revenue streams as well.
Please remind me when I said that you said an 8-3 team was a good team. Please do.
Mercyhurst last year sounds similar to the NE10 team that went 8-3 with their 3 losses coming to teams that had a combined record of 27-6 and the teams that they beat were a combined 33-52.
But the best number put up by the Panthers, reportedly $350K.
Nothing surprises this guy!!! :laugh:
Sorry, I wasn't trying to be coy, but overt. Based on what you've posted on here, you'd do a good job.
Starting a thread in the CIAA forum asking where the conference Blogger/Columnist is?