Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

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Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:37 am

Big Sky

EWU 10-56 TXTECH
PORTST 32-35 ORST
CP 13-34 SJSU
UCD 17-38 SDSU
SAC 6-28 ID
wou 6-37 IDST
SUU 21-77 UO
umw 0-76 WEB
NAU 24-62 UA
VALPO 23-45 UMT
MTST 0-31 WSU
coi 14-41 NOCO
UND 16-37 UTAH


    NConf Record: 4-9
    Overall: 4-11

    vs. FCS: 1-0
    Overall: 1-1


    Best Performance: Portland St. 32, (FBS) Oregon St. 35 - The Viks dominated rushing and possession time, but a pick-six & a missed field goal cost them a 2nd. Pac-12 upset in 3 years.

    Worst Performance: Southern Utah 21, (FBS) Oregon 77 - The Ducks could be back to what they were 2+ years ago, I suppose, but allowing 703 yards and 77 points to anyone is not what Southern Utah or their fans have come to expect.

    Most Surprising Result: Northern Arizona 24, (FBS) Arizona - The 'Jacks put up 562 yards, but they could only manage 10 points in 6 redzone trips.


Southland

HBU 11-20 TXST
ACU 14-38 UNM
SFA 14-58 SMU
RICH 34-48 SHSU (in Waco, TX)
LAM 14-59 UNT
UIW 0-66 FRES
UCA 19-55 KSU
SELU 48-51 ULL
NWST 24-52 LATECH
MCNSE 35-37 NICH


    NConf Record: 1-8
    Overall: 1-8

    vs. FCS: 1-0
    Overall: 1-0


    Best Performance: (#3) Sam Houston St. 48, (#7) Richmond 34 - The Bearkats don't let last season's semifinal humiliation affect them as they score 35 second-quarter points against the projected CAA runner-up.

    Worst Performance: Incarnate Word 0, (FBS) Fresno St. 66 - The Cardinals are outgained 613-148 by one of the very worst teams in FBS from last season.

    Most Surprising Result: Southeastern Louisiana 48, (FBS) Louisiana-Lafayette 51 - The Lions ran all over the Rajin' Cajuns, but they couldn't hold on to the ball during a key two-point-conversion try late.


Missouri Valley

MVSU 7-72 NDSU
SDK 77-7 DRAKE
DUQ 13-51 SDKST
UNI 24-42 ISU
MIZST 43-72 MIZ
BUT 0-45 ILST
WIU 41-14 TTU
EIU 22-20 INST
YSU 21-28 PITT (OT)


    NConf Record: 5-4
    Overall: 5-4

    vs. FCS: 5-1
    Overall: 5-1


    Best Performance: (#4) South Dakota St. 51, Duquesne 13 - Taryn Christion throws 5 TD passes, 4 of them to Jake Wieneke, in this surprisingly ugly beatdown.

    Worst Performance: Indiana St. 20, Eastern Illinois 22 - LeMonte Booker runs for 154 yards in an otherwise unimpressive performance by the Sycamores.

    Most Surprising Result: (#9) Youngstown St. 21, (FBS) Pittsburgh 28 (OT) - Poor kicking & punting finished them off, but the Penguins still played the Panthers tough for the 3rd. consecutive time.


OVC

SEMO 16-38 KU
EIU 22-20 INST
EKU 17-31 WKU
kywes 7-67 MUR
TSU 17-10 GSU
WIU 41-14 TTU
clar 0-36 UTM
AP 14-26 CIN


    NConf Record: 4-4
    Overall: 5-4

    vs. FCS: 1-1
    Overall: 2-1


    Best Performance: Tennessee St. 17, (FBS) Georgia St. 10 - Tigers get their first I-A/FBS win since dropping down to I-AA in the '80s.

    Worst Performance: Tennessee Tech 14, (#25) Western Illinois 41 - Nothing went right here as the Golden Eagles were outrushed 298-0 and dominated in many other stats, as well.

    Most Surprising Result: Austin Peay 14, (FBS) Cincinnati 26 - Could the Governors actually be competitive this year, or is Cincinnati really that bad?


Pioneer League

wnmu 20-34 USD
SDK 77-7 DRAKE
VALPO 23-45 UMT
BUT 0-45 ILST
DAY 10-13 RMU
MARIST 6-45 BUCK
brev 7-30 DVDSN
meth 0-70 CAMP
JU 7-48 MER
STET 3-42 SACHRT
kcu 14-56 MHEAD


    NConf Record: 4-7
    Overall: 4-7

    vs. FCS: 0-7
    Overall: 0-7


    Best Performance: Valparaiso 23, Montana 45 - It's too early to know if this result means much, but the Crusaders did have the Griz on the ropes for 40 minutes.

    Worst Performance: Marist 6, Bucknell 45 - The Red Foxes fall to 1-12 against Bucknell in what was the most lopsided meeting in the series.

    Most Surprising Result: Drake 7, South Dakota 77 - I know the Missouri Valley is better than the Pioneer, but… come on, it's not 70 points better.




Tomorrow: the rest of the playoff conferences.

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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby AZGrizFan » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:20 am

Jacks giving up 500+ yards RUSHING doesn't bode well for them...
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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:51 am

Nice going Tenn St starting off the season 1-0 over a 1-A squad!!!!!

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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Sep 05, 2017 2:00 am

Patriot League

NOVA 38-35 LEH
LAF 12-31 MONM
MARIST 6-45 BUCK
FORD 6-64 ARMY
HC 20-27 UCONN


    NConf Record: 1-4
    Overall: 2-4

    vs. FCS: 1-2
    Overall: 2-2


    Best Performance: Bucknell 45, Marist 6 - The Bison score 5 unanswered touchdowns in the first 19 minutes and cruise from there.

    Worst Performance: Lafayette 12, Monmouth 31 - New coach, same problems: the Leopards put up minus-1 rushing yards in another bad loss.

    Most Surprising Result: (#22) Fordham 6, (FBS) Army 64 - The Rams aren't even competitive against a team they beat 2 years ago.


NEC

lhu 3-69 SFPA
DUQ 13-51 SDKST
DAY 10-13 RMU
anselm 7-37 WAG
mermck 41-49 BRY
CCSU 7-50 SYR
STET 3-42 SACHRT


    NConf Record: 5-2
    Overall: 5-2

    vs. FCS: 2-1
    Overall: 2-1


    Best Performance: Robert Morris 13, Dayton 10 - The Colonials beat Dayton for the first time since 2000, ending a 14-game losing streak.

    Worst Performance: Bryant 49, (DII) Merrimack 41 - Bulldogs need 4 fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat a DII they handled last season.

    Most Surprising Result: Duquesne 13, (#4) South Dakota St. 51 - For the second straight year, the Dukes lay an egg when given a chance to prove their worth against a Missouri Valley team.


CAA

NOVA 38-35 LEH
ALB 17-31 ODU
SBU 17-31 USF
MAINE 23-24 UNH
URI 27-30 CMU (3OT)
DSU 3-22 UD
MORG 0-10 TOW
RICH 34-48 SHSU
W&M 10-28 UVA
JMU 34-14 ECU
ELON 13-47 TOL


    NConf Record: 4-6
    Overall: 4-6

    vs. FCS: 3-1
    Overall: 3-1


    Best Performance: (#1) James Madison 34, (FBS) East Carolina 14 - Cardon Johnson runs for 265 yards and 5 touchdowns on just 17 carries as the Dukes keep dominating

    Worst Performance: Maine 23, (#13) New Hampshire 24 - Black Bears begin CAA play in a hole after missing 2 field goals and a late extra point.

    Most Surprising Result: Rhode Island 27, (FBS) Central Michigan 30 (3OT) - Not only did Rhode Island scare an FBS team, they somehow did it while tossing 6 interceptions.


Big South

LAF 12-31 MONM
NCAT 45-3 GWEBB
CHSO 0-49 MSST
PRESBY 7-51 WF
KENN 23-28 SAM


    NConf Record: 1-3
    Overall: 1-3

    vs. FCS: 1-2
    Overall: 1-2


    Best Performance: Monmouth 31, Lafayette 12 - The Hawks went winless in conference last year, yet they've now won 5 of their last 7 non-conference games (5 of 6 FCS games).

    Worst Performance: Gardner-Webb 3, North Carolina A&T 45 - The Bulldogs are outpassed 341-34 in a pathetic defeat.

    Most Surprising Result: Gardner-Webb 3, North Carolina A&T 45 - Gardner-Webb was actually favored in this game.


SoCon

VMI 0-62 AF
WCU 18-41 HAW
FUR 23-24 WOFF
newb 14-31 CIT
JU 7-48 MER
KENN 23-28 SAM
lime 10-31 ETSU


    NConf Record: 4-2
    Overall: 4-3

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 2-1


    Best Performance: (#19) Samford 28, Kennesaw St. 23 - Making relatively few mistakes helps the Bulldogs win a game in which they were dominated in both yardage & possession time.

    Worst Performance: VMI 0, (FBS) Air Force 62 - The Keydets are blown off the field, losing yardage 663-95.

    Most Surprising Result: (#11) Wofford 24, Furman 23 - Furman isn't supposed to be any good this year, so this result may be concerning for the Terriers.


Tomorrow: Non-Playoff Folks…

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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:13 am

Ivy League

(no games until Week 3)


MEAC

DSU 3-22 UD
MORG 0-10 TOW
HOW 43-40 UNLV
HAMP 0-59 OHIO
vsu 14-10 NFOLK
NCAT 45-3 GWEBB
NCCEN 7-60 DUKE
SCSU 8-14 SU
FAMU 7-49 ARK
BCU 13-41 MIAMI


    NConf Record: 2-8
    Overall: 3-8

    vs. FCS: 1-3
    Overall: 2-3


    Best Performance: Howard 43, (FBS) UNLV 40 - Caylin Newton (Cam's younger brother) puts up 330 yards of total offense and 3 total touchdowns as the Bison pull off the biggest point-spread upset in college-football history.

    Worst Performance: Norfolk St. 10, (DII) Virginia St. 14 - The Spartans score zero offensive touchdowns against a non-DI.

    Most Surprising Result: Howard 43, (FBS) UNLV 40 - This was Howard's first DI non-conference win of any kind in this decade. :shock:


SWAC

mhouse 10-23 UAPB
GRAM 14-43 TULANE
SCSU 8-14 SU
tusk 14-6 ALST
AAMU 7-38 UAB
MVSU 7-72 NDSU
JSU 0-63 TCU
miles 21-50 ALCORN


    NConf Record: 3-5
    Overall: 3-6

    vs. FCS: 1-1
    Overall: 1-2


    Best Performance: Southern 14, South Carolina St. 8 - The Jaguars have all 3 of the SWAC's wins in the MEAC/SWAC Challenge.

    Worst Performance: Mississippi Valley St. 7, (#2) North Dakota St. 72 - The Delta Devils are outgained 683-58 and somehow lose even worse than they did in Missoula last year.

    Most Surprising Result: (#21) Grambling 14, (FBS) Tulane 43 - After nearly upsetting Arizona in 2016, it seems odd that the Tigers would be handled so easily by a perennial bottom-feeder like Tulane.


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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby SuperHornet » Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:59 pm

GA State is FBSINO....
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Re: Week 1 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:37 am

SuperHornet wrote:GA State is FBSINO....


Yep, and they're far from the only one. :nod:


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