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Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:34 am

Big Sky

CP 17-70 EWU
MTST 43-23 PORTST
IDA 21-44 UCD
NOCO 28-45 WEB
SUU 23-31 NAU
SAC 34-41 UMT
IDST 25-21 UND


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 16-18

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 9-7


    Best Performance: (#19) Montana 41, Sacramento St. 34 - Dalton Sneed breaks a Montana QB record by running for 206 yards and 3 touchdowns.

    Worst Performance: Portland St. 23, Montana St. 43 - The Viks allow Troy Andersen & Isaiah Ifanse to run for a combined 311 yards and 4 touchdowns as they lose their 11th. straight conference game.

    Most Surprising Result: Idaho St. 25, (#22) North Dakota 21 - ISU's big guns get the job done: Ty Flanagan & James Madison each had 100-yard rushing days, while Michael Dean & Mitch Gueller each had 100-yard receiving days.


Southland

ACU 21-24 SFA
SELU 30-24 LAM
MCNSE 3-30 BYU
SHSU 7-27 NICH


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 8-12

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 4-1


    Best Performance: (#18) Nicholls St. 27, (#11) Sam Houston St. 7 - The Colonels put Sam Houston on life support after outrushing them 248-53.

    Worst Performance: Abilene Christian 21, Stephen F. Austin 24 - The Wildcats run for just 54 yards after putting up 335 on another bad Southland team a week ago.

    Most Surprising Result: (none)


Missouri Valley

UD 10-38 NDSU
HAMP 0-44 UNI
ILST 35-19 CSU


    NConf Record: 3-0
    Overall: 17-12

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 13-5


    Best Performance: (#16) Illinois St. 35, (FBS) Colorado St. 19 - James Robinson runs for 184 yards and 2 touchdowns against a Mountain West team.

    Worst Performance: (none)

    Most Surprising Result: (#16) Illinois St. 35, (FBS) Colorado St. 19 - The Redbirds get a big win in the first game that's told us much about them one way or the other.


OVC

TSU 41-40 EIU
TTU 20-48 JAXST
SEMO 14-23 EKU
AP 7-37 UTM


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 7-17

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 7-8


    Best Performance: Tennessee-Martin 37, (#24) Austin Peay 7 - The Skyhawks outscore Austin Peay 31-0 in the second half and register 15 TFLs for the game.

    Worst Performance: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37 - The Governors scored 78 last week against Morehead, but they've managed only 31 points in their other 3 games combined.

    Most Surprising Result: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37 - I guess the Govs wanted to do the retro thing after halftime and relive their pre-2017 days. :?


Pioneer League

tru 34-20 VALPO
DVDSN 21-42 DAY
MARIST 14-19 STET


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 12-14

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-13


    Best Performance: Dayton 42, Davidson 21 - It took a little time for Dayton to adjust to Davidson's new option attack, but they countered a 14-0 deficit with 42 consecutive points.

    Worst Performance: Valparaiso 20, (DII) Truman St. 34 - I know the Crusaders are having QB-injury issues, but that doesn't explain the 265 rushing yards they allowed.

    Most Surprising Result: Valparaiso 20, (DII) Truman St. 34 - On the plus side, this was only FCS's 2nd. loss to a non-DI this year (it's actually 4 officially, since North Alabama technically counts a DII opponent this year, but I don't believe most people will think of them that way).




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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Vidav » Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:28 am

I believe Sneed's rushing performance was also 8th best all time at UM.
93 had something to do with this:
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby JALMOND » Mon Sep 24, 2018 7:02 am

And Sneed did it wearing a Dave Dickenson throwback jersey. :shock:

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby SACCAT » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:10 pm

So Sneed runs for over 200 is the best, but Portland State letting TA and the Cats do it is the worst?

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby JALMOND » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:13 pm

SACCAT wrote:So Sneed runs for over 200 is the best, but Portland State letting TA and the Cats do it is the worst?


Doing it against Sacramento State is an accomplishment. Doing it against Portland State is expected. :lol:

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:13 pm

JALMOND wrote:
SACCAT wrote:So Sneed runs for over 200 is the best, but Portland State letting TA and the Cats do it is the worst?


Doing it against Sacramento State is an accomplishment. Doing it against Portland State is expected. :lol:


Exactly. My thoughts were that losing to MSU by 20 at home was a hair worse than losing to EWU by 53 on the road.

And Sac State is way better than Portland State.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby JALMOND » Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:22 pm

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
JALMOND wrote:
Doing it against Sacramento State is an accomplishment. Doing it against Portland State is expected. :lol:


Exactly. My thoughts were that losing to MSU by 20 at home was a hair worse than losing to EWU by 53 on the road.

And Sac State is way better than Portland State.


From a Portland State perspective, to quote Jerry Reed--

"It all sounds sort of funny, but it hurts too much to laugh".

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:25 pm

JALMOND wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Exactly. My thoughts were that losing to MSU by 20 at home was a hair worse than losing to EWU by 53 on the road.

And Sac State is way better than Portland State.


From a Portland State perspective, to quote Jerry Reed--

"It all sounds sort of funny, but it hurts too much to laugh".

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Don't worry. You guys can always rehire Jerry Glanville. :thumb:

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:40 am

Patriot League

LEH 10-30 PENN
LAF 0-45 COLG
BUCK 7-49 NOVA
CCSU 24-13 FORD
DART 34-14 HC
COLUM 23-15 GTOWN


    NConf Record: 1-4
    Overall: 5-18

    vs. FCS: 1-4
    Overall: 5-15


    Best Performance: Colgate 45, Lafayette 0 - The Raiders now have as many wins as the rest of the Patriot League combined.

    Worst Performance: Lehigh 10, Penn 30 - The Mountain Hawks have gone 1-8 in September the last 2 years.

    Most Surprising Result: Holy Cross 14, Dartmouth 34 - After a promising start to the season, the Crusaders throw 4 picks & are outgained by 239 yards at home.


NEC

SFPA 28-35 ALB
DUQ 21-42 HAW
SACHRT 41-14 WAG
RMU 46-49 BRY
CCSU 24-13 FORD


    NConf Record: 1-2
    Overall: 12-12

    vs. FCS: 1-1
    Overall: 7-8


    Best Performance: Sacred Heart 41, Wagner 14 - Kevin Duke throws for 322 yards and 4 TDs on just 29 attempts as his Pioneers look to be the NEC favorites.

    Worst Performance: Wagner 14, Sacred Heart 41 - Ryan Fulse is averaging 204 rushing ypg against non-FBS competition, but he clearly has no help.

    Most Surprising Result: Robert Morris 46, Bryant 49 - RMU losing isn't a shock, but this was the first time they'd even cracked 30 points since 2015 and the most points they'd scored since 2013.


CAA

BUCK 7-49 NOVA
SFPA 28-35 ALB
RICH 10-36 SBU
MAINE 5-17 CMU
UD 10-38 NDSU
W&M 0-51 JMU
ELON 31-22 CHSO


    NConf Record: 3-2
    Overall: 18-12

    vs. FCS: 3-1
    Overall: 16-2


    Best Performance: (#20) Stony Brook 36, Richmond 10 - Jordan Gowins & Donald Liotine combine for 325 rushing yards in a surprisingly easy victory.

    Worst Performance: Richmond 10, (#20) Stony Brook 36 - Richmond's 4 CAA losses from last year only came by 20 points combined.

    Most Surprising Result: (#13) Maine 5, (FBS) Central Michigan 17 - The Black Bears hold CMU to 177 yards and still somehow miss a chance to get their second FBS scalp.


Big South

MONM 9-51 PRINCE
GWEBB 7-72 APP
shaw 0-42 CAMP
ELON 31-22 CHSO
blufld 10-41 PRESBY
cau 13-70 KENN


    NConf Record: 3-3
    Overall: 10-10

    vs. FCS: 0-2
    Overall: 5-5


    Best Performance: Charleston Southern 22, (#12) Elon 31 - The Bucs had Elon on the ropes in the third, but they could only manage 37 yards on their final 5 drives.

    Worst Performance: Monmouth 9, Princeton 51 - I was surprised to see Princeton favored by double digits coming into this one, and I was even more surprised to see this result afterwards.

    Most Surprising Result: Monmouth 9, Princeton 51 - I guess that narrow win over Lafayette wasn't a fluke.


SoCon

VMI 50-52 WCU
CIT 38-31 MER
FUR 27-29 ETSU
SAM 20-27 UTC


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 7-7

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 4-1


    Best Performance: Tennessee-Chattanooga 27, (#17) Samford 20 - The Mocs move to 4-0 after forcing Devlin Hodges into 3 picks.

    Worst Performance: Furman 27, East Tennessee St. 29 - The Paladins gain just 7 total yards on their final 5 drives in blowing a 21-point lead.

    Most Surprising Result: The Citadel 38, Mercer 31 - The Bulldogs get a desperately needed win thanks to Rod Johnson's 94-yard kick-return touchdown with 57 seconds left.


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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:38 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Big Sky

CP 17-70 EWU
MTST 43-23 PORTST
IDA 21-44 UCD
NOCO 28-45 WEB
SUU 23-31 NAU
SAC 34-41 UMT
IDST 25-21 UND


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 16-18

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 9-7


    Best Performance: (#19) Montana 41, Sacramento St. 34 - Dalton Sneed breaks a Montana QB record by running for 206 yards and 3 touchdowns.

    Worst Performance: Portland St. 23, Montana St. 43 - The Viks allow Troy Andersen & Isaiah Ifanse to run for a combined 311 yards and 4 touchdowns as they lose their 11th. straight conference game.

    Most Surprising Result: Idaho St. 25, (#22) North Dakota 21 - ISU's big guns get the job done: Ty Flanagan & James Madison each had 100-yard rushing days, while Michael Dean & Mitch Gueller each had 100-yard receiving days.


Southland

ACU 21-24 SFA
SELU 30-24 LAM
MCNSE 3-30 BYU
SHSU 7-27 NICH


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 8-12

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 4-1


    Best Performance: (#18) Nicholls St. 27, (#11) Sam Houston St. 7 - The Colonels put Sam Houston on life support after outrushing them 248-53.

    Worst Performance: Abilene Christian 21, Stephen F. Austin 24 - The Wildcats run for just 54 yards after putting up 335 on another bad Southland team a week ago.

    Most Surprising Result: (none)


Missouri Valley

UD 10-38 NDSU
HAMP 0-44 UNI
ILST 35-19 CSU


    NConf Record: 3-0
    Overall: 17-12

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 13-5


    Best Performance: (#16) Illinois St. 35, (FBS) Colorado St. 19 - James Robinson runs for 184 yards and 2 touchdowns against a Mountain West team.

    Worst Performance: (none)

    Most Surprising Result: (#16) Illinois St. 35, (FBS) Colorado St. 19 - The Redbirds get a big win in the first game that's told us much about them one way or the other.


OVC

TSU 41-40 EIU
TTU 20-48 JAXST
SEMO 14-23 EKU
AP 7-37 UTM


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 7-17

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 7-8


    Best Performance: Tennessee-Martin 37, (#24) Austin Peay 7 - The Skyhawks outscore Austin Peay 31-0 in the second half and register 15 TFLs for the game.

    Worst Performance: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37 - The Governors scored 78 last week against Morehead, but they've managed only 31 points in their other 3 games combined.

    Most Surprising Result: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37 - I guess the Govs wanted to do the retro thing after halftime and relive their pre-2017 days. :?


Pioneer League

tru 34-20 VALPO
DVDSN 21-42 DAY
MARIST 14-19 STET


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 12-14

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-13


    Best Performance: Dayton 42, Davidson 21 - It took a little time for Dayton to adjust to Davidson's new option attack, but they countered a 14-0 deficit with 42 consecutive points.

    Worst Performance: Valparaiso 20, (DII) Truman St. 34 - I know the Crusaders are having QB-injury issues, but that doesn't explain the 265 rushing yards they allowed.

    Most Surprising Result: Valparaiso 20, (DII) Truman St. 34 - On the plus side, this was only FCS's 2nd. loss to a non-DI this year (it's actually 4 officially, since North Alabama technically counts a DII opponent this year, but I don't believe most people will think of them that way).




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Tenn St survives a shootout.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Sep 25, 2018 5:34 am

dal4018 wrote:Tenn St survives a shootout.


It was more that EIU failed to survive one—they led 24-3 and blew it.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:02 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
dal4018 wrote:Tenn St survives a shootout.


It was more that EIU failed to survive one—they led 24-3 and blew it.
So both defenses did not show up.I know a person on Twitter who said the Tigers allowed too many big plays.
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

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Mvemjsunpx wrote:Patriot League

LEH 10-30 PENN
LAF 0-45 COLG
BUCK 7-49 NOVA
CCSU 24-13 FORD
DART 34-14 HC
COLUM 23-15 GTOWN


    NConf Record: 1-4
    Overall: 5-18

    vs. FCS: 1-4
    Overall: 5-15


    Best Performance: Colgate 45, Lafayette 0 - The Raiders now have as many wins as the rest of the Patriot League combined.

    Worst Performance: Lehigh 10, Penn 30 - The Mountain Hawks have gone 1-8 in September the last 2 years.

    Most Surprising Result: Holy Cross 14, Dartmouth 34 - After a promising start to the season, the Crusaders throw 4 picks & are outgained by 239 yards at home.


NEC

SFPA 28-35 ALB
DUQ 21-42 HAW
SACHRT 41-14 WAG
RMU 46-49 BRY
CCSU 24-13 FORD


    NConf Record: 1-2
    Overall: 12-12

    vs. FCS: 1-1
    Overall: 7-8


    Best Performance: Sacred Heart 41, Wagner 14 - Kevin Duke throws for 322 yards and 4 TDs on just 29 attempts as his Pioneers look to be the NEC favorites.

    Worst Performance: Wagner 14, Sacred Heart 41 - Ryan Fulse is averaging 204 rushing ypg against non-FBS competition, but he clearly has no help.

    Most Surprising Result: Robert Morris 46, Bryant 49 - RMU losing isn't a shock, but this was the first time they'd even cracked 30 points since 2015 and the most points they'd scored since 2013.


CAA

BUCK 7-49 NOVA
SFPA 28-35 ALB
RICH 10-36 SBU
MAINE 5-17 CMU
UD 10-38 NDSU
W&M 0-51 JMU
ELON 31-22 CHSO


    NConf Record: 3-2
    Overall: 18-12

    vs. FCS: 3-1
    Overall: 16-2


    Best Performance: (#20) Stony Brook 36, Richmond 10 - Jordan Gowins & Donald Liotine combine for 325 rushing yards in a surprisingly easy victory.

    Worst Performance: Richmond 10, (#20) Stony Brook 36 - Richmond's 4 CAA losses from last year only came by 20 points combined.

    Most Surprising Result: (#13) Maine 5, (FBS) Central Michigan 17 - The Black Bears hold CMU to 177 yards and still somehow miss a chance to get their second FBS scalp.


Big South

MONM 9-51 PRINCE
GWEBB 7-72 APP
shaw 0-42 CAMP
ELON 31-22 CHSO
blufld 10-41 PRESBY
cau 13-70 KENN


    NConf Record: 3-3
    Overall: 10-10

    vs. FCS: 0-2
    Overall: 5-5


    Best Performance: Charleston Southern 22, (#12) Elon 31 - The Bucs had Elon on the ropes in the third, but they could only manage 37 yards on their final 5 drives.

    Worst Performance: Monmouth 9, Princeton 51 - I was surprised to see Princeton favored by double digits coming into this one, and I was even more surprised to see this result afterwards.

    Most Surprising Result: Monmouth 9, Princeton 51 - I guess that narrow win over Lafayette wasn't a fluke.


SoCon

VMI 50-52 WCU
CIT 38-31 MER
FUR 27-29 ETSU
SAM 20-27 UTC


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 7-7

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 4-1


    Best Performance: Tennessee-Chattanooga 27, (#17) Samford 20 - The Mocs move to 4-0 after forcing Devlin Hodges into 3 picks.

    Worst Performance: Furman 27, East Tennessee St. 29 - The Paladins gain just 7 total yards on their final 5 drives in blowing a 21-point lead.

    Most Surprising Result: The Citadel 38, Mercer 31 - The Bulldogs get a desperately needed win thanks to Rod Johnson's 94-yard kick-return touchdown with 57 seconds left.


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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Wed Sep 26, 2018 2:58 am

Ivy League

LEH 10-30 PENN
COLUM 23-15 GTOWN
YALE 30-24 COR
DART 34-14 HC
HARV 31-17 BROWN
MONM 9-51 PRINCE


    NConf Record: 4-0
    Overall: 9-3

    vs. FCS: 4-0
    Overall: 9-3


    Best Performance: Princeton 51, Monmouth 9 - John Lovett throws for 332 yards and 5 touchdowns—basically all of that going to just 2 receivers—on just 27 attempts.

    Worst Performance: Cornell 24, Yale 30 - Not too bad of a loss for the Big Red, but Yale hasn't exactly looked like a legitimate Ivy favorite to this point.

    Most Surprising Result: Princeton 51, Monmouth 9 - The Tigers have scored 50+ in 5 of their last 9 games.


MEAC

MORG 16-13 NCAT
NCCEN 13-55 DUKE
NFOLK 17-7 SCSU
SAV 13-31 FAMU
HOW 41-35 BCU


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 7-19

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-7


    Best Performance: Morgan St. 16, (#4) North Carolina A&T 13 - The Bear defense forces NC A&T's passing game into just 88 yards on 30 attempts, while Alex Raya goes 3/3 on field goals including a 51-yarder and a 36-yarder as time expired.

    Worst Performance: (#4) North Carolina A&T 13, Morgan St. 16 - The Aggies' 15-game winning streak ends at the hands of a team who had lost 13 of their last 14. :shock: :?

    Most Surprising Result: Morgan St. 16, (#4) North Carolina A&T 13 - The Bears' interim coach, Ernest Jones, gets his first win. He won't stay interim for long if this keeps up.


SWAC

TXSO 14-70 UH
PVAMU 62-13 UAPB
ALST 0-34 GRAM
SU 29-27 AAMU
ALCORN 56-20 MVSU


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 8-19

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-7


    Best Performance: Grambling 34, Alabama St. 0 - The Tigers win easy despite scoring just 1 offensive touchdown.

    Worst Performance: Arkansas-Pine Bluff 13, Prairie View A&M 62 - The Golden Lions have allowed 1741 yards the past 2 weeks. :ohno:

    Most Surprising Result: (none)


Independents

HAMP 0-44 UNI
azusa 35-37 UNA


    Non-Ind. Record: 1-1
    Overall: 4-3

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-3


    Best Performance: North Alabama 37, (DII) Azusa Pacific 35 - Chandler Carrera goes 5/5 on field goals to help bail out the Lion defense.

    Worst Performance: Hampton 0, (#25) Northern Iowa 44 - Pirate quarterbacks put up an efficiency rating of 11.8: 5/18, 61 yards, 4 INTs.

    Most Surprising Result: North Alabama 37, (DII) Azusa Pacific 35 - The Lions got a nice win to start the season, but they seem to be trending downhill.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 10:59 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Ivy League

LEH 10-30 PENN
COLUM 23-15 GTOWN
YALE 30-24 COR
DART 34-14 HC
HARV 31-17 BROWN
MONM 9-51 PRINCE


    NConf Record: 4-0
    Overall: 9-3

    vs. FCS: 4-0
    Overall: 9-3


    Best Performance: Princeton 51, Monmouth 9 - John Lovett throws for 332 yards and 5 touchdowns—basically all of that going to just 2 receivers—on just 27 attempts.

    Worst Performance: Cornell 24, Yale 30 - Not too bad of a loss for the Big Red, but Yale hasn't exactly looked like a legitimate Ivy favorite to this point.

    Most Surprising Result: Princeton 51, Monmouth 9 - The Tigers have scored 50+ in 5 of their last 9 games.


MEAC

MORG 16-13 NCAT
NCCEN 13-55 DUKE
NFOLK 17-7 SCSU
SAV 13-31 FAMU
HOW 41-35 BCU


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 7-19

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-7


    Best Performance: Morgan St. 16, (#4) North Carolina A&T 13 - The Bear defense forces NC A&T's passing game into just 88 yards on 30 attempts, while Alex Raya goes 3/3 on field goals including a 51-yarder and a 36-yarder as time expired.

    Worst Performance: (#4) North Carolina A&T 13, Morgan St. 16 - The Aggies' 15-game winning streak ends at the hands of a team who had lost 13 of their last 14. :shock: :?

    Most Surprising Result: Morgan St. 16, (#4) North Carolina A&T 13 - The Bears' interim coach, Ernest Jones, gets his first win. He won't stay interim for long if this keeps up.


SWAC

TXSO 14-70 UH
PVAMU 62-13 UAPB
ALST 0-34 GRAM
SU 29-27 AAMU
ALCORN 56-20 MVSU


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 8-19

    vs. FCS: 0-0
    Overall: 2-7


    Best Performance: Grambling 34, Alabama St. 0 - The Tigers win easy despite scoring just 1 offensive touchdown.

    Worst Performance: Arkansas-Pine Bluff 13, Prairie View A&M 62 - The Golden Lions have allowed 1741 yards the past 2 weeks. :ohno:

    Most Surprising Result: (none)


Independents

HAMP 0-44 UNI
azusa 35-37 UNA


    Non-Ind. Record: 1-1
    Overall: 4-3

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-3


    Best Performance: North Alabama 37, (DII) Azusa Pacific 35 - Chandler Carrera goes 5/5 on field goals to help bail out the Lion defense.

    Worst Performance: Hampton 0, (#25) Northern Iowa 44 - Pirate quarterbacks put up an efficiency rating of 11.8: 5/18, 61 yards, 4 INTs.

    Most Surprising Result: North Alabama 37, (DII) Azusa Pacific 35 - The Lions got a nice win to start the season, but they seem to be trending downhill.

South Carolina St will run into a bunch of ANGRY AGGIES from A&T on thursday night on ESPNU 7:00.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:02 am

Where was the pass rush for Monmouth!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby 89Hen » Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:15 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Most Surprising Result: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37

Most surprising in that AP was ranked. Pollsters :lol: :dunce:
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Wed Sep 26, 2018 2:24 pm

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Mvemjsunpx wrote:Most Surprising Result: (#24) Austin Peay 7, Tennessee-Martin 37

Most surprising in that AP was ranked. Pollsters :lol: :dunce:


They went 8-4 last year & lost virtually nothing. I'm not sure why that was surprising.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby 89Hen » Wed Sep 26, 2018 3:14 pm

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
89Hen wrote:Most surprising in that AP was ranked. Pollsters :lol: :dunce:


They went 8-4 last year & lost virtually nothing. I'm not sure why that was surprising.

Meh. They beat nobody last year. They could go 8-3 this year and beat nobody. Voters are suckers for W-L.
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Wed Sep 26, 2018 7:33 pm

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Mvemjsunpx wrote:
They went 8-4 last year & lost virtually nothing. I'm not sure why that was surprising.

Meh. They beat nobody last year. They could go 8-3 this year and beat nobody. Voters are suckers for W-L.


Well, OK, but we're talking about the bottom of the top-25 here. Those are the types of teams that should go there.

Also, Austin Peay lost only 1 FCS game last year.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby 89Hen » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:41 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:
89Hen wrote:Meh. They beat nobody last year. They could go 8-3 this year and beat nobody. Voters are suckers for W-L.


Well, OK, but we're talking about the bottom of the top-25 here. Those are the types of teams that should go there.

Also, Austin Peay lost only 1 FCS game last year.

I get that, but I hate participation medals and a vote for AP at 22, 24, 25... is either a sympathy vote, a participation medal vote or simple a lazy vote by a voter that sees a good record.

IMO, and I get it's only opinion, AP would be 6-6 or 5-7 at best with a MVFC or CAA schedule.
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby SuperHornet » Thu Sep 27, 2018 5:02 pm

JALMOND wrote:And Sneed did it wearing a Dave Dickenson throwback jersey. :shock:


One would have thought that Super Dave's number would have been retired by now....
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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Thu Sep 27, 2018 5:41 pm

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JALMOND wrote:And Sneed did it wearing a Dave Dickenson throwback jersey. :shock:


One would have thought that Super Dave's number would have been retired by now....


It is. He wasn't wearing the number, just the colors. And they weren't really throwback jerseys, either, they were just modern uniforms with throwback colors.

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:33 pm

Aggies pull away from Bulldogs 31-16!!!!!

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Re: Week 4 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby 89Hen » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:08 am

89Hen wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Well, OK, but we're talking about the bottom of the top-25 here. Those are the types of teams that should go there.

Also, Austin Peay lost only 1 FCS game last year.

I get that, but I hate participation medals and a vote for AP at 22, 24, 25... is either a sympathy vote, a participation medal vote or simple a lazy vote by a voter that sees a good record.

IMO, and I get it's only opinion, AP would be 6-6 or 5-7 at best with a MVFC or CAA schedule.

How is AP doing these days?
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