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The remaining two undefeateds in the MEC face off with the winner securing at least a share of the conference title. For FSU, this would be their first championship since the MEC rose from the WVIAC ashes in 2013; for Shepherd, this would be their third title in four years and a good chance for besting last year's national runner-up playoff run.
This is this second consecutive ranked matchup for the Falcons, whose win last week vs. Notre Dame was back-and-forth the whole way; FSU blocked two NDC PATs to keep their lead into the 4th, extending the margin with a mid-4th FG. Unfortunately, in the last 20 seasons the Falcons have shared a conference with the Rams, FSU's managed just three wins, none of which came at home.
Shepherd has their eyes set on returning to the national championship, earning a #3 regional ranking this week, and have rode a passing offense averaging better than 350 ypg to an undefeated season. This game will be their toughest test in the MEC since the September matchup at NDC, an easy 38-17 victory for SU, and since that win the Rams have averaged 41.75 ppg, twice holding opponents to just 7 points.
Edinboro (24/NR) Edinboro Fighting Scots (8-1, 5-1 PSAC) @ California (PA) (6/8) California (PA) Vulcans (8-0, 6-0 PSAC)
Edinboro's timely jump into the rankings ensured the high-stakes PSAC matchup would be that much more interesting, as the Scots hope to end an 11-game losing streak to Cal. It'll take better play than the Scots have had all season - Cal leads the PSAC in more than just record, putting up a nation-leading 37.2 ppg score differential and holding opponents to 260 ypg. The teams average a combined 929 ypg; expect a lot of passing and a lot of scoring.
This is an exceptional turnaround for Edinboro after last year's winless record - the only blemish on their record this year is a 28-56 blowout by IUP - and they've secured a record better than .500, a first since 2011. The Scots are currently sitting 7th in the regional rankings, meaning they're gunning for the playoffs with this game; it'll take a win or a very close loss for the Scots to play football past rivalry week.
Last week's 55-14 win over Mercyhurst, which saw a 48-7 lead after 30 minutes, secured at minimum a share of the PSAC West title for the Vulcans, who are cruising through their best season since 2007. Cal's 2nd in the region, positioning themselves for their first playoff slot since 2011, and they haven't had a close game outside of their 31-28 battle against IUP, who's currently 5th in the region.
With the Lakers on the hunt for 10-0, a first since 2008's perfect season, the Cardinals have a perfect shot to play spoiler in the rivalry between the Michigan "Valley" schools. The rivalry is geared towards a donation competition, each school partnering with a different charity, and over the 41 meetings the schools have combined for more than $400,000 in donations. SVSU is on a seven-year donation win streak but GVSU has won the last three matchups on the gridiron, last year's a Cardinal heartbreaking 17-24 loss.
Grand Valley appears to be back. This is, for many D2 fans, a terrifying prospect. The Lakers claimed four titles between 2002 and 2006, two at the hands of Brian Kelly (yes, that one), and notched an absurd 115-9 record from 2001-09, but slipped to 57-19 since. Now, a #1 regional ranking is currently theirs and just two games remain, the first this trip cross-state to face their longtime rival.
With a GLIAC title out of reach and the playoffs just around the corner, the Cardinals have just spoiler to play for in their yearly matchup with the Lakers. While GVSU leads the all-time series 34-11, SVSU is a slightly-better 9-13 at home, their last win a 55-52 victory in 2012. The Cards will need to ride the momentum of last week's home game, a 44-13 rolling of Lake Erie, and can't afford mistakes taking a shot at one of the best D2 teams.
This rivalry between two HBCUs hearkens to the first-ever HBCU matchup, a 5-0 Johnson C. Smith win in 1892 in the snow on Livingstone's front lawn, and started in 2009 with a JCS victory, 30-15. The Blue Bears have yet to win the trophy, going 0-7 since the beginning. With both teams entering the competition at 2-7, this is a good chance for Livingstone to finally bring the trophy home to Salisbury.
The Golden Bulls have dropped a handful of heartbreakers - a 14-15 loss to Winston-Salem State that took a late WSSU TD; a 8-11 loss to Shaw which, again, saw a late TD push Shaw ahead - but last week crushed St. Augustine's, 34-8, in their biggest win since Oct. 5, 2013. Despite multiple seasons below .500, the Bulls have always come up big against the Blue Bears.
Both Livingstone's wins have come at home, one against NAIA Edward Waters, but they've given up 38+ points in every CIAA game outside of their 23-12 win against Shaw. This is the third straight away game for the Blue Bears, who've lost the last two by a combined 49-83.
For the 15th time the Miner's Cup will head home with the winner of Michigan's Upper Peninsula matchup, which, for the last six seasons, has headed home with the Huskies. The schools, separated by 90 miles of land or 70 miles of water, have played yearly since 1928 with MTU holding an overall 43-41-5; last year, the Huskies blocked a late FG to secure the win, 24-23, but gave up 20 straight points to the Wildcats, needing to make up a 10-20 deficit in the 4th.
Last week's massive upset against Ashland was the Huskies' first win over a ranked opponent since 2014, also over Ashland. The win stopped a four-game skid to 2-5 which included two single-score losses; MTU's angling for a .500 season but fans are hungry for more following 2014's 9-2 mark and playoff berth.
The lesser-known directional Michigan hasn't won since October 1, a 54-14 mauling of Walsh, but their point differential has improved (-28 to -22 to -10 to -3) as they've worked their way through a tough GLIAC schedule. With their third straight home game, the Wildcats have a shot at ending the pain and their Miner's Cup losing streak, pulling within a game of even in the series.
After the surprising loss to Florida Tech last week, VSU finds themselves in a must-win situation as a third loss, especially this late, will kick the Blazers from the national and regional rankings with no time to recover. The Blazers are staring down the barrel of a red-hot UWA gun: the Tigers have reeled off five straight wins after starting the season 1-3, including crushing West Georgia (#8 SR2) and soundly beating Florida Tech (#6 SR2). For the Tigers, four losses will not make the playoffs, meaning this GSC matchup is a major must-win for both sides.
The Blazers will need to rely on their defense in this contest as UWA QB Austin Grammer has pushed the Tigers to their wins, putting up 300 ypg with only 4 INT this year; VSU's defense has 18 INTs on the year, a GSC-leading mark. As the Blazers are mostly one-dimensional on offense, passing for 300+ ypg while managing just 117 ypg on the ground, they'll have to exploit the second-worst passing defense in the league which allows 271 ypg.
For just the sixth time the Tigers are riding a five-game win streak and are at six GSC wins for the first time since 1971. A win would all-but-ensure a playoff berth for UWA, their first since 2012 which ironically was cut short by a loss to VSU, but Grammer will need to continue his surprisingly high level of play against a TO-hungry defense.
It's been a strange year for both teams in the other major GSC matchup, with FIT dropping a shocker to UWA and immediately slashing VSU to bounce out and in of the regional rankings and UWG dropping three straight to fall from #2 nationally out of the rankings, climbing back to within striking distance in the last couple weeks. This is, once again, a must-win for both teams.
With the cancellation of the UNA game FIT lost a shot at a marquee win, their best coming against tenuous-top 25 Valdosta State, 38-20. There's no time to make up a loss, so the Panthers are looking to continue their strong offensive showing, nearing 40 ppg on the year, while avoiding the TOs that have turned easy wins into uphill battles and losses.
UWG's past few years were some of the best in history, notching 36 wins in the past four years and two straight semifinals appearances, but the Wolves started a three-week slide with a 23-24 loss to North Alabama, getting booted from the rankings after a 7-31 loss to UWA. Last week, their comeback tour notched a solid 44-0 win over Shorter, pulling the Wolves to #8 in the region.
At 3-1 in the ASC, this is a game for second place as ETBU and HSU share a loss to Mary Hardin-Baylor. The ASC does not provide an automatic bid, so it's likely that MHB will receive the Pool B bid leaving the Tigers and the Cowboys to duke it our for likely an at-large slot. While this isn't quite an elimination game, the winner will be in a much better position for potential postseason play than the loser.
ETBU survived a shootout against Louisiana College in their annual battle for the Border Claw, snagging a 64-62 victory in Pineville, LA. They'll need to avoid the same fast and loose play against the Cowboys, who've provided the closest challenge to UMHB and who absolutely will take advantage of offensive-minded play. Regardless, ETBU can put up points in a hurry, scoring 50+ in five games this year.
The Cowboys kept within five against UMHB, holding one of the most powerful teams in the nation to just 20 points and unfortunately falling 15-20, but this is by far the best performance against a Cru team scoring better than 50 ppg. That same intensity must come out against the Tigers for HSU to walk away with a win, pitting two extremely fast offenses against each other. There's a strong likelihood the final tally will be 100 offensive snaps per team.
Hobart (25/RV) Hobart Statesmen (7-1, 4-1 Liberty) @ St. Lawrence (13/16) St. Lawrence Saints (8-0, 5-0 Liberty)
This is the 88th meeting of the Statesmen and Saints since 1901 with Hobart leading 49-36-2, including five straight wins. This year, however, the Statesmen have been clinging to a top-25 ranking since their loss to RPI three weeks ago and haven't played well in their last five games - their four wins have all been by five or fewer points against a large Liberty League cross-section of teams. St. Lawrence has meanwhile not allowed more than 14 points in any game, pitching four shutouts in their eight games.
Hobart slipped into the rankings early in the season before their upset to RPI early October; last game, against WPI, the Statesmen needed a 21-point final frame to pull ahead, 35-31. They've not inspired confidence despite having just the one blemish on their record, playing close against teams with one and two wins and requiring three 4th-quarter comebacks, all of which will not be sufficient to take down the Saints.
The Saints have had their share of near misses - a 20-14 win over RPI, a 8-0 defensive battle against Merchant Marine - but a steadfast defense holding opponents to 217 ypg and less than a TD per game has characterized the Saints, holding strong where the offense has faltered. This win would secure back-to-back playoff appearances for the Saints.
This is game two of the BBC rivalry which pits the three private Maine schools against each other; Bates won last week against Colby, so a win here would secure their rivalry win for the third consecutive year. With Bowdoin looking noncompetitive in their six straight losses a repeat title looks likely for the Bobcats, but never count out a rivalry to make things interesting.
Bates battled for their win last week, scoring all their points in the 1st half while holding off the Mules in the 2nd half to secure their 21-19 win. The season hasn't been kind to the Bobcats, but a solid defense has stepped up in their two wins, holding Colby to zero rushing yards and Williams to 207 total yards in their only other win.
Last year, the Polar Bears could not get anything started against Bates, losing 0-31 and managing just 174 yards on offense; that year, they won twice, and this year will not match. Bowdoin has had just one game within a single score - the 25-26 loss to Hamilton mid-September - and have been held to 10 or fewer four times.
That weird-ass trophy goes to the winner of the annual Lefse Bowl in a series that began in 1925. The Cobbers currently lead the series, 38-25-2, and have taken the last four games including a 37-7 rolling of the Oles. With the nation's #13 rushing offense facing the nation's #218 rushing defense, expect to see the Cobbers rely heavily on the run, which could clear 300 yards this game.
Concordia has yet to have a 100+ yd passing game, with their highest a 98-yard mark last week in the 40-3 win against Carleton. The Cobbers have a claim to #3 in the MIAC, staying close with conference-leading St. Thomas in their 20-23 loss earlier this year, and their defense has yet to give up more than those 23 points in any game.
Last week, the Oles basically returned to form this year, losing 3-23 against Gustavus Adolphus, as they've barely managed to score against any opponent, averaging 13.4 ppg. St. Olaf appears to be headed for their second straight 2-win season and fourth straight losing season.
Since 1938, the Old Oaken Bucket has traded hands in the on-again, off-again rivalry, with Gettysburg currently leading the trophy series 24-22-1 which includes wins in each of the last three seasons. Last year, the Bullets ground out a 20-17 win in a ground-based game that saw 100 combined rushing attempts.
The Bullets hit season highs in several categories with their 52-21 win over Moravian last week, including points and total offense (620), and snagged a blocked punt for a TD. Gettysburg is headed by HC Barry Streeter, whose 38 years at the school make him the longest-tenured NCAA coach and who is closing in on 200 wins.
Last week's 7-72 loss to Muhlenberg is the lowest point of a miserable Red Devils season, in which Dickinson has managed to keep close in a handful of games while losing three by 35+ points. DU is, at the very least, disciplined, receiving fewer than 4 penalties per game, but aren't in the top half in the country for any other stat.
Middlebury Middlebury Panthers (5-1, 5-1 NESCAC) @ Hamilton Hamilton Continentals (2-4, 2-4 NESCAC)
Middlebury stands at second in the NESCAC following last week's matchup of undefeated teams, but they have two games to make up ground which includes the battle for the Rocking Chair, the game's trophy since 1980. The Continentals have won their last two games at home for both their conference wins and much of that comes to QB Kenny Gray whose 698 yards over the three games he's played have propelled Hamilton to their only wins this year.
The Panthers reeled off five wins to start the season, putting together a solid performance until their 13-49 loss to Trinity last week. The NESCAC does not send a playoff representative, thus it's looking like Middlebury is playing for 7-1 and a runner-up slot this year.
This will be the second straight home game for Hamilton, whose 16-6 win against Williams last week means the Continentals will at least equal their win total from last season. Unfortunately, defenses have stopped the Continentals easily, with four of the six games Hamilton's played resulting in 7 or fewer points.
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Wabash (16/19) Wabash Little Giants (7-1, 6-1 NCAC) @ Denison (RV/RV) Denison Big Red (7-1, 6-1 NCAC)
Denison was unceremoniously booted from the national rankings following their loss at DePauw last week, 16-30, but sit at #6 in the North Region, four slots above Wabash despite the difference in national ranking. This means the loser of this game will almost certainly be on the outside of the playoffs with just one game to follow while the winner will at least share the NCAC title. For Denison, this would be the first playoff slot since 1986, while Wabash is looking for their third straight postseason appearance.
Wabash is on a five-game streak following their 14-24 loss to Wittenberg earlier this year, holding three opponents to fewer than four points and managing solid wins against Hiram and Ohio Wesleyan. The Little Giants are headed back to Ohio for the second straight week following their shutout of OWU, 28-0, but will need an answer for Denison playmaker QB Canaan Gebele.
Grab your favorite Nebraska fan and shout "Go Big Red" for Denison! This is the toughest test the Big Red will face this year, at least on paper, and they'll need a win to secure a playoff slot. Gebele has done everything in his power to keep that dream alive, managing better than 350 ypg by himself which includes nearly 90 ypg on the ground. It'll take that same level of play to take down the Little Giants.
The Delmarva schools face off in what is, for East Region #8 Wesley, an elimination game; Salisbury plays tied-for-#1 NJAC Frostburg State in the season finale, meaning a loss here may not completely end their chances. Beyond playoff implications, the winner of this game will win at least a share of the conference title.
After the 2-1 start to the season, Wesley looked headed for an average season, but they've put together five solid performances including a win at Rowan; this will be their best competition since September, though, so it'll take a solid defensive effort along the lines of their 15.9 ppg this year.
There's some margin for error for Salisbury, but a win here will almost certainly push them into contention for the playoffs regardless of the NJAC representative. Their lone loss came at Rowan, 30-34, but they've rolled over the three opponents since, scoring 52.7 ppg in those games.
2014.06.28 09:42 NixonsRevenge[WWP4]: Elsa and Zach
Elsa never understood why the hell the Americans decided to build their capital city in the middle of a swamp and allow it to be surrounded by farmland. Well... She kind of did... A few bits of study and a talk or two with some ambassadors, but that's it... The year is 1850, it is early July and Zachary Taylor is the twelfth President of the United States of America. Elsa had arrived in order to have a special meeting with the man in regards to a piece of paper and various trade issues... One of them being the moral standing of slavery, and whether it would be in Arendelles' best ethical and economical interests to begin trading with the Southern States. The President himself was a former General from Louisiana, in which he owned a large plantation and owned many, many slaves, and because of this information Elsa came to think he would be the best man to talk to on the matter, even though she was already awaiting what he was going to say... "I think the issue of slavery is driving this nation apart... And I'd quite frankly rather just do away with it..." Wow... That wasn't something Elsa had expected a wealthy Southern plantation owner (who even had slaves in his own White House) to say. Maybe progress could be made. "And not only that Your Highness, but a war is coming... A bad war... And I am prepared to fight it," he said before pulling out some chewing tobacco. He offered the Queen some. She tried it, trying to get on the man's good side. She gagged, the President laughed and reached for a spittoon. "Yeah... It tastes like shit... Mind my language your majesty, this country is run by common men, hell, even the rich aren't all that different from the poor here..." Elsa simply laughed and gave her forgiveness, pulling the substance from her mouth and tossing it into the can. The President then went back to his desk, and took a seat. Elsa, all the while could still taste the disgusting mesh in her mouth. "But Your Majesty, I need your help... With this potential war... If it happen I need more than just an Army, I'll need a few... These people are Americans too, they know their land better than any Northerner... We need your powers," he finally said. Elsa looked around, trying to think about what had just been said to her, the Queen of the Ice and Snow. "I need your powers more as a scare tactic than a weapon... I need to stop the war as fast as possible... I want my country and its freedoms to win over the needs of the few." At this, Elsa looked out the window behind the graying President and noted a structure behind him, the same one she had passed on her way to the White House. "Oh, that? It's a monument to a great man... Our first President George Washington! Would you like to come and see?" Elsa nodded and the President smiled and lead her outside and to one of his carriages. On the way to the monument in progress Elsa asked about George Washington and Zachary Taylor gave the Queen the following: "He was a brave general, like myself, but then he got old and fat, like myself, and got yelled at to run for President by a bunch of his former war buddies, like myself, and he performed his duty well, much like I hope to. This was all following the making of the Constitution... He was at both that and the signing of the Declaration of Independence..." Elsa laughed at some of his remarks, then went on to ask about the Declaration. "Well... It's currently located in an office up on Capitol Hill..." Elsa nodded as the buggy stopped just next to the construction site. The two got out, Taylor first, then the Queen, the man helped her out. "Here it is my lady, the future site of the world's largest monument and obelisk..." The two looked around, the President showing off the structure. It was a hot day already, Elsa herself was a little miserable and the President could tell. He called for some chairs, shade and his favorite meal on a hot day, milk with cherries. It didn't take long for them to be seated, and not long after to have some shade above their heads. Zachary joked about her just not making it snow today to rid the area of the heat. She reminded him about Arendelle 6 years ago and Taylor laughed and agreed his idea a bad one. After about five minutes more of conversation, the cherries and milk finally arrived but something was wrong. He looked angrily at one of his slaves. "God damn it Henry, what the fuck is this?" He turned to the Queen, "Again, sorry for the French," he then turned back to his slave, Henry. "Why is the milk warm as well as the cherries? Were these never put in an icebox," the President yelled at his servant, who was afraid of the war torn general. "Well? Speak up!" Before his slave could respond, Elsa grabbed their attention. She formed a snowflake in her hand and crunched it up with both, before finally sprinkling the magic on the President's snack. The milk and cherries were nice and cold within seconds. "Thank you Queen Elsa of Arendelle," he said, before gorging himself. He loved the stuff, and it was refreshing him for the duration of the moment. Elsa believed it was all going according to plan... Her ship was bound to leave that night and the Queen made haste to the Capitol Building. This was all after the President had retired to his room, apparently sickened by his overeating and drinking of cherries and milk. She found one of the offices, along with the Declaration over a fireplace, after only a few minutes. There was a lack of security those day, and it was especially easier since Elsa could now cool down body temperatures and cause the few guards in the building to pass out. Then, as she grabbed the Declaration of Independence, she thought of how Zachary Taylor would be dead by morning, and how the country would be more focused on a monarch's death over a piece of parchment. By then she would be long gone and no one would know her ice had caused his appendix to rupture not long after his consumption. Elsa smiled as she rushed off to her ship, docked in the swamp on the city's edge water. It wasn't long before they were on their way down into Chesapeake Bay and out and around the Delmarva peninsula. Now, Elsa had a new trade partner with Southern Plantation Owners (which is why she killed Taylor, they thought of him as a treacherous Son of a Bitch). But why take the Declaration of Independence? The reason was obvious: SHE'S ELSA THE ICE QUEEN AND SHE CAN DO WHATEVER THE HELL SHE WANTS... AND THAT SHE LIKES COLLECTING THINGS OF HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE. So, as the ship made its way into the bay and on its way back to Arendelle, Elsa fell asleep... Only to awaken to a missing piece of parchment with another, smaller note that read: Mine. -Hans Westerguard America's allies in Europe made quick work of The Southern Isles and had the Declaration of Independence returned by the end of that year. THE END
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