BALLADEER’S BOWL II – THE NAIA CHAMPS VS THE NCAA D3 CHAMPS

 It’s time for the 2nd edition of Balladeer’s Bowl, the annual event where I pit the NAIA college football champs against the champs from NCAA Division 3. The outcome is decided by votes from you readers. This year the NAIA is represented by the pride of Rich Koz-land AKA Chicago, IL, the St Xavier University Cougars (helmet at left). The Cougars pulled off the very difficult task of winning the title in their very first appearance in the championship game. Plus they had to do it by defeating the CC Fighting Saints, the dominant NAIA football dynasty of the past decade.

Making their second appearance in Balladeer’s Bowl are the NCAA D3 champs, the Whitewater Warhawks. The Warhawks once again defeated the Mt Union Purple Raiders for a Threepeat in D3 titles. Last year the Warhawks  lost to the 2010 NAIA champs, the aforementioned CC Fighting Saints, by a two to one margin in the voting. Will it be a 2nd straight victory for the NAIA team in the most illustrious Bowl of the season? Get your votes in and I’ll announce the winner next Tuesday, January 3rd. To keep the voting honest and prevent multiple votes by the same people you can vote by e-mailing me at Thtcom15@aol.com .  

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10 responses to “BALLADEER’S BOWL II – THE NAIA CHAMPS VS THE NCAA D3 CHAMPS

  1. Damn good idea! SXU Cougars!

  2. Thanks! Spread the word about the voting!

  3. As disgusted as people are with the NCAA the NAIA could probably really benefit from it.

  4. Not enough NAIA love on the web! Congrats and good to see the NAIA team took 2 Balladeer’s Bowls in a row!

  5. This was a very fun way to promote interest in both NAIA and D3 football! Glad to see a site like this!

  6. Saint Xavier University rocks!

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