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PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 2:14 am 
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Well, I guess Doomsday is almost here. SRU is probably already in Bloomsburg dinnering down, and awaiting a good night's sleep and a hearty breakfast. I myself will be on the road tomorrow by 9:00 A.M. and will be in Bloomsburg by 12:00 noon. It will be a nice drive up I476 and then on to I80 out to Bloomsburg. I'll love seeing the Endless Mountains once again from a distance; and if I go to the top of the stadium I will be able to see Jones Mountain way over in Union County where I grew up. Wish my dearest friends could be with me to see this game, but sometimes we are on our own. Go HJuskies!!


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Bloomsburg won the overall PSAC championship today by defeating Slippery Rock 42-38 with a touchdown on a Franklyn Quiteh run with less than 30 seconds left in the game. It's the Huskies' first overall PSAC football championship since back in the mid-1980's--1985 if I'm not mistaken.


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PSAC Scores for November 16

Seton Hill 17
Cheyney 10

West Chester 41
Clarion 14

Mercyhurst 37
East Stroudsburg 20

Kutztown 41
Edinboro 10

Gannon 44
Lock Haven 10

California 48
Millersville 10

IUP 42
Shippensburg 21

Bloomsburg 42
Slippery Rock 38

Husky picked only four of 8 games correctly to finish the season at 72-27. Don't forget to watch the Div II playoff selection on ESPN today at 5:00 PM. Obviously, Bloomsburg and West Chester are in, Slippery Rock is a bit questionable. It will be interesting to see what transpires as a result of the CIAA's unfortunate cancellation of the championship game between Winston-Salem and Virginia State.


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Games Involving Top 25 Teams

Husky picked 2 of 4 games correctly. He was on the mark with Emporia State beating Washburn 34-23 and Northwest Missouri State winning over Missouri Western 51-21. He missed the mark with the West Texas A & M-Midwestern State won by the Buffaloes 19-12. He also missed on the Slippery Rock-Bloomsburg games won by the Huskies in the last minute 42-38. The Winston-Salem-Virginia State game was cancelled. Ranked North Alabama beat Tarleton State, but Husky neglected to pick a winner for that game. Husky ended the season with 13 correct picks and 12 incorrect picks.


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 Post subject: Re: NCAA Div II and PSAC Football 2013
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Huskies Rally For 42-38 PSAC Championship Victory Over Slippery Rock
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BLOOMSBURG – Bloomsburg senior running back Franklyn Quiteh (Tobyhanna/Pocono Mountain West) has put together a career full of memorable moments, breaking nearly every school and conference rushing record during his time in maroon and gold. In years to come the first play mentioned by those recalling his career, however, might be a 10-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds remaining to erase a deficit, sending the Huskies to a 42-38 win over No. 18 Slippery Rock in the PSAC Championship Game Saturday afternoon at Redman Stadium.

The scoring play, where Quiteh avoided a tackle near the line of scrimmage to break away to the far sideline, capped an eight-play, 70 yard drive in 1:44 following a Slippery Rock field goal which had given The Rock a three-point lead with 2:16 remaining. It also put an exclamation mark on Bloomsburg's rally to erase a 15-point second half deficit and send the 12th-ranked Huskies (10-1, 6-1 PSAC East) to their first PSAC Championship Game victory since 1985.

The game-winning touchdown capped a tremendous day for Quiteh, who rushed for 231 yards on 27 carries with three scores to break the all-time PSAC rushing touchdown record previously held by Jamar Brittingham with his 85th while capturing Championship Game MVP honors along the way.

Bloomsburg finished the afternoon with 533 total yards including 366 on the ground while Slippery Rock racked up 494 yards of offense.

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Franklyn Quiteh rushes for one of his three scores on the day.
PSAC West champion Slippery Rock (9-2, 6-1 PSAC West) seemed to have control of the contest midway through the third quarter. The Rock roared to a 28-13 lead following a 74-yard touchdown pass from Nigel Barksdale to John Schademan with 5:13 left in the penultimate period.

Bloomsburg began to rally on its next drive, though, marching 64 yards in nine plays. The possession came to a close in the end zone on a six-yard touchdown strike from Tim Kelly (Camp Hill/Cedar Cliff) to Connor Gades (West Chester/Unionville). Joe Parsnik (Wilkes-Barre/Coughlin) converted a two-point rushing attempt to pull to within 28-21.

Perhaps the biggest momentum swing came in the waning seconds of the third. Following the Bloomsburg kickoff after the Gades touchdown, the Huskies' defense created a takeaway on the very next play. Senior Jonathan Patrick (Somerset, NJ/Franklin) forced a fumble from Rock receiver Jaimire Dutrieuille which was scooped up by Donovan Morris (Philadelphia/George Washington) at The Rock 24-yard line.

Quiteh ended the third quarter on a 23-yard run to The Rock 1 immediately following the fumble recovery and Parsnik opened the fourth by plunging in for the score and a 28-28 tie.

The Bloomsburg defense forced a Rock punt on the ensuing possession, but the Huskies would go three-and-out pinned in the shadow of their own goal line. Rock's Drew Scales raced 44 yards for the score on the resulting punt to re-take the advantage, 35-28.

It would be short-lived, though, as the Huskies drove 75 yards in five plays for the tie upon getting the ball back. For a moment, it seemed as though The Rock defense would force a punt and re-take possession after pushing Bloomsburg into a third-and-18 from its own 17-yard line following an illegal block penalty. Kelly put his wheels on display, however, sprinting 41 yards to emphatically move the chains and keep the drive alive. Quiteh broke off a 40-yard run on the next play and finished the drive on a 2-yard score to again tie the score.

The Rock drove inside the Bloomsburg 10-yard line, but the Husky defense held on third-and-five, bringing a Mike Wainauskis 24-yard field goal and a 38-35 lead with 2:16 left to play.

Another Kelly run set up the Huskies on what turned out to be the game-winning drive. On third-and-four, Kelly worked his way through the first level of the Rock defense for a 21-yard gain into Rock territory. Following a Rock timeout, Quiteh allowed the Huskies to begin thinking about a touchdown rather than a game-tying field goal attempt with his 20-yard run to the 23-yard line. Kelly completed two straight passes – one of eight yards to Glenn Hutton Jr. (Sicklerville, NJ/Paul VI) and another five-yard connection to Aaron Allison (Philadelphia/Frankford) to set up first-and-goal. Quiteh then rushed for the score to push the hosts ahead.

The Rock's last gasp was snuffed out when Gary Postell (Philadelphia/Bishop McDevitt) intercepted a Barksdale pass attempt with four seconds remaining to send the Huskies to victory.

Bloomsburg opened the scoring on an 8-yard touchdown run from Parsnik early in the opening period, but The Rock rattled off the game's next 21 points to take a 21-7 lead before a 10-yard run by Quiteh followed by a blocked extra point attempt sent the visitors to a 21-13 lead at intermission. Slippery Rock appeared primed to stretch its lead before the half, but a fumble inside the Bloomsburg 10-yard line handed the ball back to the Huskies without any further damage done.

Kelly threw for 173 yards and a score and also rushed for 96. Parsnik recorded his first career multi-touchdown game with two scoring runs and Hutton hauled in six catches for 85 yards.

Defensively, a number of Huskies turned in standout performances. Justin Shirk (Harrisburg/Central Dauphin) led the team with 13 tackles while Postell made a career-high 12 stops along with the game-ending interception. Larry Webster (Hagerstown, MD/Elkton) also made a career-high 11 stops with two sacks. Andrew Harris (Bethlehem/Whitehall) had 11 tackles and Morris made 10 stops with a sack and forced fumble.

Barksdale completed 24-of-41 passes for 343 yards and two scores. Schademan caught 10 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown.

Entering Saturday's game Bloomsburg ranked third in the regional standings and The Rock was fifth. Both teams now await their NCAA Playoff fate to be announced with the Division II selection show Sunday evening at 5 p.m. aired live on NCAA.com.

GAME NOTES: The Huskies had last hosted the PSAC Championship Game in 1985, also winning that day over IUP, 31-9 … Quiteh moved into the national rushing lead with 1,987 yards on the season and now has 7,321 for his career … It was Quiteh's 12 200-yard rushing game … Bloomsburg likely clinched its second straight NCAA Playoff appearance and 10th in school history … Prior to the game, the Huskies honored their 11 senior players – Hutton, Patrick, Quiteh, Webster, Matt Wenrich (Selinsgrove/Selinsgrove), Brian Clarke (Hanover/Hanover), Matt Feiler (Strasburg/Lampeter-Strasburg), Ian Murray (Lock Haven/Central Mountain), Danny Fisher (Liverpool/Central Dauphin), Chris Kennedy (Phoenixville/Archbishop Carroll) and Chris Steck (Mt. Carmel/Mt. Carmel). The senior class is now 39-8 since the start of the 2010 season and 20-2 at Redman Stadium … The Huskies have not lost back-to-back games at home since 2009 ... Bloomsburg improved to 11-3 all-time vs. Slippery Rock and won its 10th straight game over The Rock dating to 1983.


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 Post subject: Re: NCAA Div II and PSAC Football 2013
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Correction! The NCAA selection show for Division II football will be on ncaa.com


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2013 Div II Football Tournament

Next week in all super regions, #3 hosts #6, and #4 hosts #5. #'s 1 and 2 each get a bye. In the 2nd week, #1 plays the winner of #'s 4 and 5. #2 plays the winner of #'s 3 and 6. The two survivors play for the super regional championship. The winner of the super region advances to the national semis. The two winners of the semis play for the national championship. It's a five weekend process.

Super Region I

#1 Shepherd
#2 Bloomsburg
#3 West Chester
#4 Winston-Salem
#5 Slippery Rock
#6 American International

Super Region II

#1 Lenoir Rhyne
#2 UNC-Pembroke
#3 North Alabama
#4 Carson-Newman
#5 Newberry
#6 Tuskegee

Super Region III

#1 Northwest Missouri State
#2 Minnesota State-Mankato
#3 Henderson State
#4 Minnesota Duluth
#5 Emporia State
#6 St. Cloud

Super Region IV

#1 Colorado State-Pueblo
#2 Ohio Dominican
#3 Indianapolis
#4 Grand Valley State
#5 Saginaw Valley
#6 West Texas A & M


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 Post subject: Re: NCAA Div II and PSAC Football 2013
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PSAC Football Athletes of Week 11

WEEK 11 - NOVEMBER 10-17
Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
Football: Eastern Division Offensive Athlete of the Week

Franklyn Quiteh
Bloomsburg (Sr. /QB)
Tobyhanna, Pa. /Pocono Mountain West

Bloomsburg's Franklyn Quiteh was named the PSAC Championship Most Valuable Player after leading the Huskies to the conference title with a 42-38 victory over Slippery Rock. Quiteh scored the game-winning touchdown on a 10-yard run with 27 seconds remaining on the game clock in addition to two previous touchdowns. He broke the all-time PSAC rushing touchdown record with his 85th touchdown, surpassing the previous mark of 83 set by Bloomsburg's Jamar Brittingham. In his 231 yards rushing on 27 carries against The Rock, Quieh ran a career long 82 yards to set-up the game's first touchdown.
Football: Eastern Division Defensive Athlete of the Week

Gary Postell
Bloomsburg (So. / DB)
Philadelphia, Pa. / Bishop McDevitt

Bloomsburg's Gary Postell was constantly around the ball in the Huskies' 42-38 win over Slippery Rock for the PSAC title. He finished the day with a career-high 12 tackles, 11 of which were solo takedowns. Postell sealed the win for Bloomsburg when he picked-off The Rock in the final moments of the contest. He returned his first interception of his career for six yards. Postell also notched a pass break-up on a key third down to force The Rock to punt with the game tied at 35.
Football: Western Division Offensive Athlete of the Week
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De'Antwan Williams
IUP (Sr. / RB)
Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge

IUP's De'Antwan Williams led the Crimson Hawks to a commanding 42-21 win over Shippensburg. Williams rushed for 315 yards on 39 carries and hit the endzone three times in the win. His 315 yards rushing broke IUP's single game rushing yards record, while also ranking fifth all-time in PSAC single game history. Williams had touchdown runs of six yards, 38 yards, and 66-yards.
Football: Western Division Defensive Athlete of the Week

Jordan Bowman
California (Fr. / DB)
Harrisburg, Pa. / Central Dauphin

California's Jordan Bowman posted seven tackles and an interception, while also scoring an 80-yard touchdown on a fumble return, in a 48-14 victory at Millersville. He helped the defense force four turnovers, including three interceptions, and limited the Marauders to only 70 passing yards. With Millersville inside the red zone late in the first half, Bowman recorded his second career interception at the one-yard line. Bowman made another impact play in the red zone early in the fourth quarter, returning a fumble 80 yards for his first career touchdown.


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 Post subject: Re: NCAA Div II and PSAC Football 2013
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Final PSAC Football Standings

EAST
BLOOMSBURG * 6-1 10-1
WEST CHESTER 6-1 10-1
SHIPPENSBURG 6-1 7-4
E. STROUDSBURG 4-3 7-4
KUTZTOWN 3-4 4-7
LOCK HAVEN 2-5 3-8
MILLERSVILLE 1-6 1-10
CHEYNEY 0-7 0-11
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SLIPPERY ROCK * 6-1 9-2
IUP 5-2 9-2
CALIFORNIA 4-3 7-4
MERCYHURST 4-3 7-4
GANNON 4-3 6-5
EDINBORO 3-4 5-6
CLARION 2-5 4-7
SETON HILL 0-7 1-10
* Divisional representative - PSAC Championship Game
FULL STANDINGS


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PSAC Players of Week 11

http://www.psacsports.org/news/2013/11/ ... 34713.aspx


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Kudos to your nephew, IAPirate


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Picks for the First Round of the Playoffs

Slippery Rock over Winston Salem
West Chester at home defeats American International

Newberry comes out ahead over Carson-Newman
North Alabama wins over Tuskegee

Emporia State's magical season comes to an end against Minnesota-Duluth
Henderson State handles St. Cloud

Grand Valley State defeats Saginaw Valley for the second time in two weeks.
Who knows with West Texas A & M, but I think Indianapolis wins.


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That Northwest Missouri State team is blowing out everyone, including ranked teams. Will be interesting to see if they reach the championship game
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Ollie wrote:
That Northwest Missouri State team is blowing out everyone, including ranked teams. Will be interesting to see if they reach the championship game
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They would be the team I would out front pick to win it all, before the playoffs ever begin.


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After 11 tough weeks of football, Minnesota State-Mankato ends the regular season at No. 1 in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. The Mavericks have held the top spot for six straight weeks as they head into the NCAA Division II playoffs as the No. 2 seed in Super Region 3. The No. 1 seed in that region is Northwest Missouri State, who is ranked No. 2 in this week’s poll, followed by No. 3 Colorado State-Pueblo, No. 4 Henderson State (Ark.) and No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth.

Twenty-two of the 25 teams ranked in the final regular season poll are in the Division II playoffs, which makes for six top 25 matchups in the first week of the playoffs. No. 4 Henderson State hosts No. 12 St. Cloud State (Minn.), while No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth will host No. 14 Emporia State (Kan.). The remaining matchups see No. 20 Slippery Rock (Pa.) traveling to No. 9 Winston-Salem State (N.C.), and No. 19 West Texas A&M heading to No. 10 Indianapolis (Ind.). No. 18 Carson-Newman (Tenn.) will host conference rival No. 25 Newberry (S.C.), while No. 22 Grand Valley State (Mich.) and No. 21 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) will play each other for the second week in a row. Grand Valley State won the regular season finale, 49-34.

2013 American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Poll – November 18, 2013

Rank School (1st votes) Rec. Pts. Prev. Week Eleven Next Game
1. Minnesota St.-Mankato (21) 11-0 787 1 D. Upper Iowa, 73-7 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
2. Northwest Missouri St. (10) 11-0 777 2 D. No. 19 Missouri Western St., 51-21 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
3. Colorado St.-Pueblo (1) 11-0 737 3 D. Western St. (Colo.), 38-13 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
4. Henderson St. (Ark.) 11-0 691 4 D. Ouachita Baptist (Ark.), 60-52 3OT Nov. 23 vs. No. 12 St. Cloud State (Minn.)
5. Minnesota-Duluth 10-1 649 5 D. Northern St. (S.D.), 39-7 Nov. 23 vs. No. 14 Emporia St. (Kan.)
6. Shepherd (W.Va.) 10-0 638 7 D. Concord (W.Va.), 41-33 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
7. Ohio Dominican 10-0 615 8 D. Malone (Ohio), 40-13 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
8. North Carolina-Pembroke 9-1 537 10 D. Virginia-Lynchburg, 63-0 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
9. Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) 9-1 508 9 Nov. 16 vs. No. 22 Virginia St. - cancelled Nov. 23 vs. No. 20 Slippery Rock (Pa.)
10. Indianapolis (Ind.) 10-1 494 11 D. Truman St. (Mo.), 21-14 Nov. 23 vs. No. 19 West Texas A&M
11. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 10-1 476 12 D. No. 18 Slippery Rock (Pa.), 42-38 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
12. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 10-1 451 13 D. Minnesota St.-Moorhead, 64-27 Nov. 23 at No. 4 Henderson St. (Ark.)
13. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) 10-1 426 14 D. Catawba (N.C.), 48-15 Nov. 30 vs. Opponent TBD
14. Emporia St. (Kan.) 9-1 399 16 D. No. 23 Washburn (Kan.), 34-23 Nov. 23 at No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth
15. West Chester (Pa.) 10-1 346 17 D. Clarion (Pa.), 41-14 Nov. 23 vs. American International (Mass.)
16. North Alabama 8-2 298 20 D. Tarleton St. (Texas), 44-7 Nov. 23 vs. Tuskegee (Ala.)
17. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 9-2 272 6 Lost to Missouri Southern St., 35-21 Dec. 7 vs. Southwest Minnesota St.
18. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 9-2 253 21 D. Wingate (N.C.), 52-35 Nov. 23 vs. No. 25 Newberry (S.C.)
19. West Texas A&M 9-2 194 25 D. No. 24 Midwestern St. (Texas), 19-12 Nov. 23 at No. 10 Indianapolis (Ind.)
20. Slippery Rock (Pa.) 9-2 143 18 Lost to No. 12 Bloomsburg (Pa.), 42-38 Nov. 23 at No. 9 Winston-Salem St. (N.C.)
21. Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.) 9-2 135 15 Lost to Grand Valley St. (Mich.), 49-34 Nov. 23 at No. 22 Grand Valley St. (Mich.)
22. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 9-2 99 NR D. No. 15 Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.), 49-34 Nov. 23 vs. No. 21 Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.)
23. Indiana (Pa.) 9-2 94 NR D. Shippensburg (Pa.), 42-21 Season Complete
24. Virginia St. 9-1 77 22 Nov. 16 at No. 9 Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) - cancelled Season Complete
25. Newberry (S.C.) 9-2 59 NR D. North Greenville (S.C.), 55-21 Nov. 23 at No. 18 Carson-Newman (Tenn.)
Dropped Out: Missouri Western St. (19), Washburn (Kan.) (23), Midwestern St. (Texas) (24)

Others Receiving Votes: Missouri Western St., 55; Azusa Pacific (Calif.), 45; West Alabama, 36; American International (Mass.), 21; Tuskegee (Ala.), 17; Colorado School of Mines, 13; Harding (Ark.), 12; Washburn (Kan.), 12; Midwestern St. (Texas), 11; Tarleton St. (Texas), 10; Delta St. (Miss.), 5; New Haven (Conn.), 3; Ouachita Baptist (Ark.), 3; Ferris St. (Mich.), 2.


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D2Football.com Top 25 Poll
November 19, 2013

Team Record Last Week
1 Minnesota State 11-0 1
2 Northwest Missouri 11-0 2
3 CSU-Pueblo 11-0 3
4 Minnesota Duluth 10-1 4
5 Henderson State 11-0 5
6 Shepherd 10-0 7
7 Ohio Dominican 10-0 8
8 Winston-Salem 9-1 9
9 Indianapolis 10-1 10
10 Bloomsburg 10-1 13
11 Lenoir-Rhyne 10-1 14
12 St. Cloud 10-1 15
13 Emporia State 9-1 16
14 Pittsburg State 9-2 6
15 UNC Pembroke 9-1 17
16 West Chester 10-1 19
17 West Texas A&M 9-2 20
18 North Alabama 8-2 21
19 Carson-Newman 9-2 24
20 Slippery Rock 9-2 12
21 Saginaw Valley 9-2 11
22 Missouri Western 8-3 18
23 Grand Valley 9-2 NR
24 Newberry 9-2 NR
25 Washburn 8-3 22


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Div II Playoff Scores


November 23rd, 2013 Scoreboard
*All Games Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Final 12:00 pm
American International 7
West Chester (16) 38
Final 12:00 pm
Newberry (24) 27
Carson-Newman (19) 37
Final 12:00 pm
West Texas A&M (17) 27
Indianapolis (9) 14
Final 1:00 pm
Slippery Rock (20) 20
Winston-Salem (8) 27
Final 1:00 pm
Tuskegee 27
North Alabama (18) 30
Final 1:00 pm
Saginaw Valley (21) 7
Grand Valley (23) 40
Final 1:00 pm
St. Cloud (12) 40
Henderson State (5) 35
3rd Quarter 2:00 pm
Emporia State (13) 13
Minnesota Duluth (4) 48

I think it's abundantly clear who is moving on. Emporia State's magical season comes to an end. Husky went 4-4 with his picks. Sorry to see Slippery Rock go down. I thought they could beat WSSU. No surprise that Emporia State lost. West Chester had no problem with American International once they started throwing the ball downfield. Saginaw Valley was doomed at the get go. Carson-Newman winning to me is a surprise. Unpredictable West Texas A & M proved just to be that. I thought North Alabama would win by a greater margin. I knew too little to accurately predict a winner in the St. Cloud-Henderson State game. To go 4-4 is a coup for me. I'll do better next week now that some of the smoke has cleared. No predictions now, except to say Shepherd will beat Winston-Salem, and West Chester will once again relive its adversity to coming up to the "highlands" to play the Huskies and lose the battle. The Huskies bend but don't usually break at Redman Stadium/Danny Hale Field. I can't wait to be there to see this confrontation. Our car is now on automatic pilot to Redman Stadium, Danny Hale Field. I'll review all the first round games in detail presently.


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