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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS FROM SEPTEMBER 21st

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Colorado Mines Orediggers NEWKNOCKING OFF NUMBER SEVEN – NCAA Division Two’s 17th ranked COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES OREDIGGERS traveled to face the country’s number 7 team – the COLORADO STATE AT PUEBLO THUNDERWOLVES. The Orediggers were unintimidated, leading the Thunderwolves 28-7 at the break before coasting to a 34-14 victory.

Keiser SeahawksNUMBER EIGHT TAKES A FALL – In the NAIA the KEISER UNIVERSITY SEAHAWKS took the field against the visiting number 8 team in the nation – the REINHARDT UNIVERSITY EAGLES (should be the Rottweilers). A 7-0 lead for the Seahawks remained unchanged come Halftime. Reinhardt pulled to within 7-6 to end the 3rd Quarter before Keiser U won the game 14-12 in the 4th.

HillsdaleHAPPY HILLSDALE – Back in NCAA Division Two the storied HILLSDALE COLLEGE CHARGERS welcomed the LAKE ERIE COLLEGE STORM. The Chargers led 14-7 at the Half. From there the Storm cut the lead to 20-14 in the 3rd Quarter before Hillsdale College floored it in the 4th for a 34-14 triumph. Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS FROM SEPTEMBER 19th

Cumberlands Patriots helmet NEWNUMBER FOURTEEN ROLLS – The NAIA’s 14th ranked UNIVERSITY OF THE CUMBERLANDS PATRIOTS welcomed the WEBBER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY WARRIORS last night. The Patriots dominated their opponents on both sides of the ball, leading the Warriors 28-0 by Halftime on their way to a 45-14 triumph.

Frostburg State BobcatsUNDER THE RADAR CLASSIC – Over in NCAA Division Two the FROSTBURG STATE BOBCATS played host to the WEST LIBERTY STATE HILLTOPPERS. The Bobcats held a 17-14 edge at the Half, following which each team added another 10 points as the Bobcats won this 27-24 thriller.

Northwest Mississippi College Rangers blueTUSSLE IN THE TOP TEN – In the NJCAA the 3rd ranked NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE RANGERS battled their guests the number 8 COPIAH-LINCOLN COLLEGE WOLVES. These familiar foes went blow for blow and score for score until the Rangers emerged with a 19-15 victory.  Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RANKINGS FROM BALLADEER’S BLOG

Per the Glitternight Index:

Hutchinson Blue DragonsNJCAA   1. HUTCHINSON COLLEGE BLUE DRAGONS    ###    2. BUTLER (KS) GRIZZLIES    ###    3. TRINITY VALLEY COLLEGE CARDINALS    ###    4. EAST MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LIONS    ###    5. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE RANGERS    ###   

Monroe College Mustangs helmet6. MONROE COLLEGE MUSTANGS    ###    7. LACKAWANNA COLLEGE FALCONS    ###    8. COPIAH-LINCOLN WOLFPACK    ###    9. IOWA WESTERN COLLEGE REIVERS    ###    10. CISCO COLLEGE WRANGLERS    ###    Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS FROM SEPTEMBER 14th

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Taylor Trojans helmet NEWNAIA OVER NCAA DIVISION ONE – The NAIA’s TAYLOR UNIVERSITY TROJANS once again played giant-slayer, this time on the road against NCAA Division One’s BUTLER UNIVERSITY BULLDOGS. The Trojans quieted the home crowd with a 7-0 1st Quarter lead that became a 14-7 advantage by Halftime. The 3rd Quarter ended with Taylor University on top 17-7 before the Trojans held on for a 17-14 Upset win.

Allen University Yellow JacketsNAIA OVER NCAA DIVISION TWO – The NAIA’s ALLEN UNIVERSITY YELLOW JACKETS hosted NCAA D2’s CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY PANTHERS yesterday. The Yellow Jackets led 7-3 in the 1st Quarter but the Panthers went up 10-7 by the break. From there Allen University shut out Clark Atlanta while taking a 13-10 3rd Quarter edge and sealing the Upset 16-10 in the 4th.

Susquehanna University River Hawks helmetNUMBER SEVEN TAKEN DOWN – Meanwhile, down in NCAA Division Three, the SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY RIVER HAWKS traveled to take on the number 7 team in the nation – the JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY BLUEJAYS. A deadlocked 7-7 opening Quarter turned into a 21-7 Bluejays lead at the Half. Neither team scored in the 3rd Quarter but the River Hawks exploded in the 4th for 21 points to win it 28-27. Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS FROM SEPTEMBER 12th

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Missouri WesternUPSET IN THE RANKINGS – In NCAA Division Two a Top 25 team got knocked off. The MISSOURI WESTERN STATE GRIFFONS traveled to face the number 22 FORT HAYS STATE TIGERS. The Griffons were chasing the Tigers 3-0 in the 1st Quarter but by Halftime held a commanding 21-3 lead. From there Missouri Western State coasted to a 28-17 victory.

Jones County College BobcatsNUMBER TWELVE TAKES A FALL – Down in the NJCAA the 18th ranked JONES COUNTY COLLEGE BOBCATS welcomed the number 12 team in the nation – the HINDS COLLEGE EAGLES. The Bobcats put the Eagles on Upset Alert by the Half with a 14-7 edge. In the 2nd Half Jones County shut out Hinds College while adding 17 more points of their own. The Bobcats won it 31-7. Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RANKINGS

Per the Glitternight Index:

Morningside MustangsNAIA   1. MORNINGSIDE COLLEGE MUSTANGS (Defending Champions)    ###    2. BENEDICTINE COLLEGE RAVENS    ###    3. KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY COYOTES    ###    4. SAINT XAVIER UNIVERSITY COUGARS   ###    5. UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS (IN) COUGARS    ###    Continue reading

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS FROM SEPTEMBER 7th

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Ottawa (AZ) SpiritOTTAWA (AZ) OFFS D2 – The NAIA’s OTTAWA UNIVERSITY (AZ) SPIRIT took on the visiting NCAA Division Two team the WESTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY MUSTANGS. The already storied Spirit added to their fame with a 38-31 triumph over the upper division team. For newbies this is like a 1AA team defeating a 1A team.

Concordia_MICARDINALS PLAY GIANT SLAYER, TOO – Another NAIA team – the (6) CONCORDIA (MI) CARDINALS – paid a visit to the NCAA Division Two team the KENTUCKY WESLEYAN COLLEGE PANTHERS. The Cardinals took care of business, knocking off the D2 Panthers in a 17-14 game for the ages.

Wesley WolverinesWESLEY TOPPLES FPU – In NCAA Division Three the WESLEY COLLEGE WOLVERINES traveled to take on the Division Two team the FRANKLIN PIERCE UNIVERSITY RAVENS. The Ravens were playing in their first ever intercollegiate football game and it showed. The Wolverines tore them apart SIXTY-NINE to NOTHING! Continue reading

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