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    Default NE10 Week10 Scores

    Will Post and New Haven survive to the final week? Can Pace win again? Will there be upsets?

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    Halftime in Springfield AIC 27 Stonehill 0 AIC playing great football. Prince is throwing some great balls. Im starting to like this kid. This may be the week we get our first win. Keep it up Jackets

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    10-0 Post at halftime. Both defenses are playing well, but inopportune penalties have really hurt the Pioneer offense. The wind has also been a factor. It's picking up as the game goes on, and if the Owls can keep the score close through the third quarter, they will have the wind at their backs in the fourth.

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    Post's defense forced a short punt on SCSU's opening possession in the 3rd, and the pioneer offense scored with 11:21 left in the quarter. 17-0 Post.

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    17-0 Post at the end of the third. Although Post added 7 points in the 3rd, SCSU's offense controlled the ball for almost the entire period with two long drives. Unfortunately for the Owls, the first drive ended with a fumble at the Post 12, but the Pioneers couldn't take advantage, and the Owls are once again driving and they will now have the wind at their backs in the final quarter. With the wind at their backs in the 3rd quarter, the Pioneers were only able to run 9 plays and put 7 points on the board with a total TOP of less than 3 minutes in the quarter.
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    The Owls picked off Chris Laviano and scored another TD to make it 17-13. Unfortunately, the video feed from SCSU has stopped working at the most crucial point of the game.

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    New Haven up 21-14 at the half. St. Anselm can line up a bunch of snails (literally, snails) and they would still be a pain in New Haven’s butts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWP '68 View Post
    The Owls picked off Chris Laviano and scored another TD to make it 17-13. Unfortunately, the video feed from SCSU has stopped working at the most crucial point of the game.
    That’s been the problem with the video feeds I’ve seen this season. Stronger servers are a must.

    The stats feeds have gone dead a few times as well.

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    Video feed is back. Post has a 4th and 6 at the SC 15. Since the Pioneers are going into a stiff wind, a Field Goal is an iffy proposition, so they're going to go for it.
    Viviano completes a HUGE TD pass to Michael Richardson and Joey Tolgyesi converts the PAT. Unfortunately the video feed froze before the play. I'm now listening to the WCWP radio feed. On the ensuing kickoff, the Pioneers recovered and they have the ball with 2:12 remaining. After all that action, the video feed finally came back. Post runs out the clock with a hard-earned 24-13 win.
    The Pioneers were lucky to get this win. They repeatedly shot themselves in the foot with untimely and undisciplined penalties (9 for 104 yards). If they don't exercise more discipline next week, they may not be holding the trophy at the end of the game.
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    Final in Springfield. AIC finally wins! 34-19. I was wrong AIC fought hard and played a great game. Stonehill so some fight at the end. Good job Jackets

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    Big third quarter on the blue turf, New Haven now up 42-14.

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    Pace scores a late TD and holds off Merrimack 22-21. Pace clinches a winning record and could get to 7 wins at St. Anselm next week.

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    Final on the blue turf. New Haven wins 49-21, the showdown for the NE10 title is officially on!

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    Assumption works off some frustration and beat Bentley 52-21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwfenn View Post
    Final on the blue turf. New Haven wins 49-21, the showdown for the NE10 title is officially on!
    A very impressive victory for the chargers. UNH shut down St. A in the second half. St. Anselm had no answer for the chargers offense.

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    UNH GAME NOTES

    A bit late as we just got back from a filipino party and had very little turn around time from drive back from game to leaving for party.

    This was a very interesting game. ST Anselm is a bad pass happy football team which is a very odd combination.

    In the first half I was wondering how this team was only 1-7 as they hung with the Chargers and it was only 21-14 at halftime.

    Second half as has been the case many times this year in the battles between top NE-10 Teams and bottom ones UNH was able to make adjustments and St Anselm was not.

    UNH turnd a close game into a route as St Anselm faded down the stretch.

    This sets up a fantastic winner take all battle next week down at LIU Post between two unbeaten in the league teams.

    My instinct tells me that LIU Post is the better team and UNH is going to have to play a whale of a game to beat them on the road but we know the best team does not always win.

    Forget the regional rankings LIU Posts win over Shippensberg counts for a lot so here is my thoughts if LIU Post wins there is virtually no chance on New Haven making the D2 play-off but if UNH wins
    there is a chance that we can get two teams in.


    No matter what happens next week getting to this point is a major step forward for UNH and hopefully the start of a trend but we will need to replace our Quarterback next year and other graduates too.

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    Once again, as it was last week vs Post, the score was tied at halftime. This week it was 21-21 instead of 0-0, as it was a back and forth, entertaining and rain free first half.

    But when the skies opened up at the start of the second half, it seemed like a bad omen for the Hounds. But the rain was short lived and so was the tie game as it was AC who took the second half kickoff and marched for the go ahead touchdown. The Hound defense tightened up and it was all AC from there on.

    This second half would be reminiscent of the NE10 Champs from a year ago. Harris with some nifty moves for a TD, Monks finds a hole up the middle for a score, and on defense, a sixty-six yard pick six. These are the plays missing from this years edition of the Hounds.

    Looking forward to next weeks finally and hopefully finish the season strong.
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