No NAIA football games today. Their championship game between the Sioux Falls Cougars and the CC Fighting Saints will be held next Saturday in good old Rome, GA of course.


Whitewater Warhawks … Wesley Wolverines … Why, what wonders we will witness, won’t we? – Alliteration aside, the Wolverines try to do what no other D3 football team has been able to accomplish in the past 5 years – break the half-decade stranglehold that the Warhawks and the Purple Raiders have had on the title game. As a one seed Wesley has the home field advantage. Will they make the most of it?

The Bethel (MN) Royals have been the Road Warriors of this year’s playoffs, winning their games in all three previous rounds on the road. Today, however, they face the daunting task of beating the Mt Union Purple Raiders in their Alliance, OH home. The Purple Raiders and the Warhawks are fighting to make this the sixth straight year that they face each other in the D3 championship game.

For updating scoreboards on these two games click here:


It’s a matchup of the 2009 and 2008 D2 champs as the Northwest Missouri Bearcats travel to take on the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. Mel Tjeerdsma’s Bearcats look for payback against the Bulldogs, who defeated them in the 2008 title game. NW Missouri is led by QB “Blademaster” Blake Bolles, who is still in the running for the Harlon Hill Trophy, D2’s equivalent of the Heisman which will no doubt get turned back in by or stripped away from Cam “The Scam” Newton in the next four or five years.

The Delta State Statesmen are out to win their first national championship since the year 2000. These boys from the Gulf South Conference, AKA The SEC Of D2, will be hosting the Shepherd Rams, fresh off their upset of the Mercyhurst Lakers last Saturday afternoon.

For updating scoreboards to these two games click here:



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  2. Derek

    Thank u for being a one-stop site for the lower divisions. I can’t believe u even cover juco and nccaa.

    • You’re welcome! Thank you for commenting! I like covering sports without having to cover non-stop arrests and cheating scandals like I would have to do if I covered Division 1.

  3. Your blog is one place to stop for all of these levels and that is so convenient!

  4. Juan Sansbury

    Nice approach. ur like a 1 stop place for all these other divisions.

  5. Sigi

    These other leagues sound fantastic. How come nobody else covers them?

    • Thanks for the comment! I guess it’s because of the obsession with the crooks and animals in division one sports. ESPN would rather cover a high school game featuring one lone future felon who might wind up on a division one team rather than cover actual college games like this with real student athletes and not hired guns.

  6. You have got a new subscriber! I’m sick of the crooks in big-time colelge sports and I love how you cover these other teams. I can’t wait to follow these teams from the start of the new season in the fall.

  7. Devin

    Great article and I can’t wait to follow them on your blog the next football season.

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