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Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:55 am

Big Sky

SUU 17-55 EWU
CP 41-27 SAC
IDA 28-62 IDST
WEB 24-28 NAU
PORTST 22-20 UMT
UCD 49-36 NOCO


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 16-18

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


    Best Performance: Cal Poly 41, Sacramento St. 27 - Five different players run for 65+ yards in Cal Poly's best performance in 2 years.

    Worst Performance: (#14) Montana 20, Portland St. 22 - The Griz suffer just their 4th. homecoming loss of the Washington-Grizzly era in what was probably their most embarrassing defeat (home or road) since that stadium opened.

    Most Surprising Result: Portland St. 22, (#14) Montana 20 - The Viks get their first DI win since Donald Trump was elected president as they also pick up their first Missoula victory in 31 years.


Southland

SFA 21-54 SHSU (in Houston, TX)
SELU 34-52 UIW
HBU 35-66 UCA
NICH 28-10 NWST
ACU 21-24 MCNSE


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 8-13

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


    Best Performance: Incarnate Word 52, Southeastern Louisiana 34 - Two UIW freshmen blow up the Lions: Ameer King runs for 180 and a TD, while Jon Copeland throws for 411 and 3 TDs on just 37 attempts.

    Worst Performance: Southeastern Louisiana 34, Incarnate Word 52 - We're 6 games in and SELU is already minus-11 on turnovers.

    Most Surprising Result: Incarnate Word 52, Southeastern Louisiana 34 - Could a rebuilding team with a first-year head coach actually be a Southland contender?


Missouri Valley

MIZST 28-35 SDK
INST 51-54 SDKST (OT)
NDSU 56-31 UNI
WIU 16-33 ILST
SIU 14-17 YSU


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 17-12

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


    Best Performance: (#1) North Dakota St. 56, (#22) Northern Iowa 31 - The Bison defense had surprising trouble in this one, but their running game put up 344 yards to compensate.

    Worst Performance: Southern Illinois 14, Youngstown St. 17 - The Salukis lose their 6th. straight MVFC game, 4 of them coming by one score.

    Most Surprising Result: (#3) South Dakota St. 54, Indiana St. 51 (OT) - Against Indiana State of all teams, the Jackrabbits allow more points than they'd allowed in their first 3 games combined.


OVC

MUR 48-41 EIU
JAXST 56-7 EKU
SEMO 70-38 TTU
TSU 34-49 AP


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 7-18

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


    Best Performance: Austin Peay 49, Tennessee St. 34 - The Govs pile up 6 rushing touchdowns as they finally get their first OVC win of the season.

    Worst Performance: Tennessee Tech 38, Southeast Missouri St. 70 - The Golden Eagles allow a SEMO team that was (mostly) without Marquis Terry to amass 692 total yards.

    Most Surprising Result: Eastern Kentucky 7, (#8) Jacksonville St. 56 - The Colonels were outscored by only 23 points combined in their 2 FBS losses. :?


Pioneer League

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VALPO 20-53 DAY
MARIST 24-34 COLUM
JU 37-44 DVDSN
USD 51-34 MHEAD


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 12-15

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-14


    Best Performance: Drake 36, Butler 6 - Butler won possession time 41:31 to 18:29. That did them a lot of good…

    Worst Performance: Valparaiso 20, Dayton 53 - Valpo was actually favored on 5dimes for some reason. :?

    Most Surprising Result: Davidson 44, Jacksonville 37 - The Wildcats actually led this game 44-9 at one point, and they're off to a 2-1 start in PFL play for the first time since 2009.




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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:42 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Big Sky

SUU 17-55 EWU
CP 41-27 SAC
IDA 28-62 IDST
WEB 24-28 NAU
PORTST 22-20 UMT
UCD 49-36 NOCO


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 16-18

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


    Best Performance: Cal Poly 41, Sacramento St. 27 - Five different players run for 65+ yards in Cal Poly's best performance in 2 years.

    Worst Performance: (#14) Montana 20, Portland St. 22 - The Griz suffer just their 4th. homecoming loss of the Washington-Grizzly era in what was probably their most embarrassing defeat (home or road) since that stadium opened.

    Most Surprising Result: Portland St. 22, (#14) Montana 20 - The Viks get their first DI win since Donald Trump was elected president as they also pick up their first Missoula victory in 31 years.


Southland

SFA 21-54 SHSU (in Houston, TX)
SELU 34-52 UIW
HBU 35-66 UCA
NICH 28-10 NWST
ACU 21-24 MCNSE


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 8-13

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


    Best Performance: Incarnate Word 52, Southeastern Louisiana 34 - Two UIW freshmen blow up the Lions: Ameer King runs for 180 and a TD, while Jon Copeland throws for 411 and 3 TDs on just 37 attempts.

    Worst Performance: Southeastern Louisiana 34, Incarnate Word 52 - We're 6 games in and SELU is already minus-11 on turnovers.

    Most Surprising Result: Incarnate Word 52, Southeastern Louisiana 34 - Could a rebuilding team with a first-year head coach actually be a Southland contender?


Missouri Valley

MIZST 28-35 SDK
INST 51-54 SDKST (OT)
NDSU 56-31 UNI
WIU 16-33 ILST
SIU 14-17 YSU


    NConf Record: 0-0
    Overall: 17-12

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


    Best Performance: (#1) North Dakota St. 56, (#22) Northern Iowa 31 - The Bison defense had surprising trouble in this one, but their running game put up 344 yards to compensate.

    Worst Performance: Southern Illinois 14, Youngstown St. 17 - The Salukis lose their 6th. straight MVFC game, 4 of them coming by one score.

    Most Surprising Result: (#3) South Dakota St. 54, Indiana St. 51 (OT) - Against Indiana State of all teams, the Jackrabbits allow more points than they'd allowed in their first 3 games combined.


OVC

MUR 48-41 EIU
JAXST 56-7 EKU
SEMO 70-38 TTU
TSU 34-49 AP


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 7-18

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


    Best Performance: Austin Peay 49, Tennessee St. 34 - The Govs pile up 6 rushing touchdowns as they finally get their first OVC win of the season.

    Worst Performance: Tennessee Tech 38, Southeast Missouri St. 70 - The Golden Eagles allow a SEMO team that was (mostly) without Marquis Terry to amass 692 total yards.

    Most Surprising Result: Eastern Kentucky 7, (#8) Jacksonville St. 56 - The Colonels were outscored by only 23 points combined in their 2 FBS losses. :?


Pioneer League

BUT 6-36 DRAKE
VALPO 20-53 DAY
MARIST 24-34 COLUM
JU 37-44 DVDSN
USD 51-34 MHEAD


    NConf Record: 0-1
    Overall: 12-15

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-14


    Best Performance: Drake 36, Butler 6 - Butler won possession time 41:31 to 18:29. That did them a lot of good…

    Worst Performance: Valparaiso 20, Dayton 53 - Valpo was actually favored on 5dimes for some reason. :?

    Most Surprising Result: Davidson 44, Jacksonville 37 - The Wildcats actually led this game 44-9 at one point, and they're off to a 2-1 start in PFL play for the first time since 2009.




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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby JohnStOnge » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:43 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Most Surprising Result: Incarnate Word 52, Southeastern Louisiana 34 - Could a rebuilding team with a first-year head coach actually be a Southland contender?[/list]


Theoretically but the scheduling for them is mean. After they play Lamar this coming weekend they will have four games in four weeks against McNeese then against Nichols State then against Central Arkansas then against Sam Houston State. I wish McNeese was the last one on that list instead of the first. But it's going to be awfully tough for Incarnate Word to get through that four game stretch still alive for the conference title.
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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:42 pm

TSU had a time advantage over AUSTIN PEAY 33:43-26:17

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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Oct 09, 2018 4:17 am

Patriot League

LEH 7-66 PRINCE
COLG 27-3 BUCK
GTOWN 23-11 FORD
HC 0-28 UNH


    NConf Record: 0-2
    Overall: 7-21

    vs. FCS: 0-2
    Overall: 7-18


    Best Performance: (#21) Colgate 27, Bucknell 3 - The Raider defense continues to dominate—they're allowing 248 yards-per-game and 4.6 points-per-game.

    Worst Performance: Fordham 11, Georgetown 23 - The Rams lose to Georgetown for just the 3rd. time in the last 35 seasons.

    Most Surprising Result: Georgetown 23, Fordham 11 - This game was actually tied 8-8 at the half—the Hoyas had a TD and a 2PC, while Fordham had a TD with a missed PAT and a safety. :?


NEC

BRY 21-20 DUQ
CCSU 56-35 RMU
WAG 3-49 CAMP
PENN 31-27 SACHRT


    NConf Record: 0-2
    Overall: 13-17

    vs. FCS: 0-2
    Overall: 7-13


    Best Performance: Bryant 21, Duquesne 20 - Tomas Wright registers 4.5 TFLs, 3 sacks, and 2 pass breakups as his Bulldogs move to 2-0 in NEC play.

    Worst Performance: Wagner 3, Campbell 49 - As usual for the Seahawks, Ryan Fulse has a big game (194 yards) and it means nothing.

    Most Surprising Result: Duquesne 20, Bryant 21 - The Dukes have now lost 3 straight NEC games.


CAA

HC 0-28 UNH
NOVA 10-13 MAINE
BROWN 0-48 URI
SBU 28-52 TOW
UD 43-28 RICH
ALB 22-25 W&M
ELON 27-24 JMU


    NConf Record: 2-0
    Overall: 22-14

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 20-4


    Best Performance: (#10) Elon 27, (#2) James Madison 24 - The Phoenix crack JMU's armor of invincibility as Malcolm Summers runs for 186 yards and a TD while Warren Messer & Matt Baker each pick up 4 TFLs on defense.

    Worst Performance: Albany 22, William & Mary 25 - The Danes get a 200-yard game from Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks and still lose to what previously appeared to be the worst team in the conference.

    Most Surprising Result: (#2) James Madison 24, (#10) Elon 27 - This game was a bettors dream as JMU was favored by a ridiculous 39.5 points on 5dimes, and picking Elon to pull the upset had a +9500 money line (that's equivalent to 95:1 odds). :shock:


Big South

GWEBB 0-45 ETSU
WAG 3-49 CAMP
CHSO 3-23 SAV
PRESBY 0-56 KENN


    NConf Record: 1-2
    Overall: 16-13

    vs. FCS: 1-2
    Overall: 10-8


    Best Performance: (#4) Kennesaw St. 56, Presbyterian 0 - QB Chandler Burks runs for 135 yards and 4 touchdowns as his Owls outgain Presbyterian 637-141.

    Worst Performance: Charleston Southern 3, Savannah St. 23 - The run-heavy Bucs can only manage 33 rushing yards against a perennial bottom-dweller.

    Most Surprising Result: Charleston Southern 3, Savannah St. 23 - CSU beat Savannah by 25 last year.


SoCon

WCU 28-66 SAM
GWEBB 0-45 ETSU
WOFF 21-10 UTC


    NConf Record: 1-0
    Overall: 9-9

    vs. FCS: 1-0
    Overall: 6-3


    Best Performance: (#7) Wofford 21, Tennessee-Chattanooga 10 - The Terriers win yardage 511-186, making one wonder why the score wasn't much uglier.

    Worst Performance: Western Carolina 28, Samford 66 - The Catamounts forced 5 turnovers, but they committed 5 themselves and also allowed 736 yards of offense.

    Most Surprising Result: Samford 66, Western Carolina 28 - In a weird performance, Bulldog QB Devlin Hodges accounts for 7 total touchdowns and 4 total turnovers.


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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Wed Oct 10, 2018 2:45 am

Ivy League

PENN 31-27 SACHRT
MARIST 24-34 COLUM
HARV 24-28 COR
DART 41-18 YALE
BROWN 0-48 URI
LEH 7-66 PRINCE


    NConf Record: 3-1
    Overall: 15-5

    vs. FCS: 3-1
    Overall: 15-5


    Best Performance: Dartmouth 41, Yale 18 - Jared Gerbino runs for 169 yards and 2 TDs as the Big Green beat Yale for the 6th. time in the last 7 meetings.

    Worst Performance: Harvard 24, Cornell 28 - The Crimson complete 29% of their passes and average just 29.8 yards-per-punt.

    Most Surprising Result: Cornell 28, Harvard 24 - The Big Red defense registers 10 pass breakups.


MEAC

NCAT 34-6 DSU
SCSU 21-18 MORG
HOW 35-40 NCCEN
CHSO 3-23 SAV
NFOLK 0-17 FAMU
MVSU 27-41 BCU


    NConf Record: 1-0
    Overall: 9-19

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 4-7


    Best Performance: NC Central 40, Howard 35 - Chauncey Caldwell throws for 311 and 3 TDs and runs for 153 and a TD as the Eagles win a penalty-ridden shootout.

    Worst Performance: Norfolk St. 0, Florida A&M 17 - The Spartans commit 15 penalties for 130 yards, a number that was nearly half of their offensive output.

    Most Surprising Result: Savannah St. 23, Charleston Southern 3 - This was Savannah State's first DI non-conference win since joining the MEAC 7 years ago. :shock:


SWAC

AAMU 42-21 TXSO
JSU 30-27 UAPB
opsu 7-62 GRAM
MVSU 27-41 BCU
ALST 28-25 ALCORN (5OT)


    NConf Record: 1-1
    Overall: 9-21

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-8


    Best Performance: Alabama St. 28, Alcorn St. 25 (5OT) - The Hornets were outrushed 408-85 and still managed to beat the prohibitive SWAC-East favorite.

    Worst Performance: Texas Southern 21, Alabama A&M 42 - Tigers suffer their 7th. consecutive DI home loss.

    Most Surprising Result: Alcorn St. 25, Alabama St. 28 (5OT) - The Braves dominated yardage, but they lost turnovers 3-1 and went 2/17 on third down.


Independents

lane 8-41 HAMP
uwf 24-19 UNA


    Non-Ind. Record: 1-1
    Overall: 5-6

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


    Best Performance: Hampton 41, (DII) Lane 8 - Delmon Williams throws for 321 yards and 4 TDs on just 21 attempts and adds 115 yards on the ground.

    Worst Performance: North Alabama 19, (DII) West Florida 24 - On the plus side for the Lions, this was much closer than last year's loss to UWF.

    Most Surprising Result: (none)

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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Wildcat Ryan » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:58 am

Weber State's performance should have been worst Big Sky performance.

Weber was outgained 352 to 176 despite winning the turnover battle and winning time of possession. They were 3-18 on third down efficiency and only managed 61 rushing yards on an NAU team that has given up a plethora of rushing yards in their previous games. Which doesn't help when your two QB's combined for only 117 passing yards.
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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby dal4018 » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:35 am

Mvemjsunpx wrote:Ivy League

PENN 31-27 SACHRT
MARIST 24-34 COLUM
HARV 24-28 COR
DART 41-18 YALE
BROWN 0-48 URI
LEH 7-66 PRINCE


    NConf Record: 3-1
    Overall: 15-5

    vs. FCS: 3-1
    Overall: 15-5


    Best Performance: Dartmouth 41, Yale 18 - Jared Gerbino runs for 169 yards and 2 TDs as the Big Green beat Yale for the 6th. time in the last 7 meetings.

    Worst Performance: Harvard 24, Cornell 28 - The Crimson complete 29% of their passes and average just 29.8 yards-per-punt.

    Most Surprising Result: Cornell 28, Harvard 24 - The Big Red defense registers 10 pass breakups.


MEAC

NCAT 34-6 DSU
SCSU 21-18 MORG
HOW 35-40 NCCEN
CHSO 3-23 SAV
NFOLK 0-17 FAMU
MVSU 27-41 BCU


    NConf Record: 1-0
    Overall: 9-19

    vs. FCS: 2-0
    Overall: 4-7


    Best Performance: NC Central 40, Howard 35 - Chauncey Caldwell throws for 311 and 3 TDs and runs for 153 and a TD as the Eagles win a penalty-ridden shootout.

    Worst Performance: Norfolk St. 0, Florida A&M 17 - The Spartans commit 15 penalties for 130 yards, a number that was nearly half of their offensive output.

    Most Surprising Result: Savannah St. 23, Charleston Southern 3 - This was Savannah State's first DI non-conference win since joining the MEAC 7 years ago. :shock:


SWAC

AAMU 42-21 TXSO
JSU 30-27 UAPB
opsu 7-62 GRAM
MVSU 27-41 BCU
ALST 28-25 ALCORN (5OT)


    NConf Record: 1-1
    Overall: 9-21

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 2-8


    Best Performance: Alabama St. 28, Alcorn St. 25 (5OT) - The Hornets were outrushed 408-85 and still managed to beat the prohibitive SWAC-East favorite.

    Worst Performance: Texas Southern 21, Alabama A&M 42 - Tigers suffer their 7th. consecutive DI home loss.

    Most Surprising Result: Alcorn St. 25, Alabama St. 28 (5OT) - The Braves dominated yardage, but they lost turnovers 3-1 and went 2/17 on third down.


Independents

lane 8-41 HAMP
uwf 24-19 UNA


    Non-Ind. Record: 1-1
    Overall: 5-6

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


    Best Performance: Hampton 41, (DII) Lane 8 - Delmon Williams throws for 321 yards and 4 TDs on just 21 attempts and adds 115 yards on the ground.

    Worst Performance: North Alabama 19, (DII) West Florida 24 - On the plus side for the Lions, this was much closer than last year's loss to UWF.

    Most Surprising Result: (none)
Yes very shocking to see Savannah St pull off a victory over established FCS power.

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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby SuperHornet » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:15 pm

Wildcat Ryan wrote:Weber State's performance should have been worst Big Sky performance.

Weber was outgained 352 to 176 despite winning the turnover battle and winning time of possession. They were 3-18 on third down efficiency and only managed 61 rushing yards on an NAU team that has given up a plethora of rushing yards in their previous games. Which doesn't help when your two QB's combined for only 117 passing yards.


That's pretty bad, Ryan...but I think Sac's embarrassment against Cow Poly and the Griz' botched HC game sort of trump that....
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Re: Week 6 - Conference by Conference Breakdown

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:32 pm

SuperHornet wrote:
Wildcat Ryan wrote:Weber State's performance should have been worst Big Sky performance.

Weber was outgained 352 to 176 despite winning the turnover battle and winning time of possession. They were 3-18 on third down efficiency and only managed 61 rushing yards on an NAU team that has given up a plethora of rushing yards in their previous games. Which doesn't help when your two QB's combined for only 117 passing yards.


That's pretty bad, Ryan...but I think Sac's embarrassment against Cow Poly and the Griz' botched HC game sort of trump that....


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