Trying to get some respectTrine has gone 18-0 in the MIAA the past three seasons but has hosted just one playoff game (and it lost that one). The Thunder is trying to change that for the future with a playoff win.
A provisional careerGeneva's senior class has spent their entire career in transition from NAIA to Division III, with no hope of the playoffs and only some scant postseason recognition. But they play on.
Heidelberg seniors setting standardsFour years ago, this year’s crop of seniors had to adjust to the college game under a head coach that was new to the program and also deal with a stigma of joining a Heidelberg team that had gone 1-39 over four years under a previous coaching regime.
McGee makes Adrian better“Right now, Mike’s playing very poised,” said Adrian coach Jim Deere. “He’s not making very many mistakes and is seeing the field very well. He does have a great arm, so he’s doing a great job."
CMU running a balanced attackLongtime coach Rich Lackner does not have just one or two running backs he can depend on. He has five players who have gotten a substantial amount of work out of the backfield.
Salopek leads Gators through rough patch“It’s been a tough start to our season,” said the Allegheny senior quarterback. “We had great expectations and we definitely still do to finish out the season. We played Wittenberg tough and then, we played tough at Case Western."
Bethany gets win for the programThe Bison pulled off a surprise by beating Waynesburg in PAC play last week. Is that the type of win that could turn this program around?
Ohio Northern gets defensiveHeading into Saturday's game at Mount Union, the Polar Bears are coming off a pair of strong defensive performances.
Sophomore a big-play guy for Albion"Hes a big-play guy. Every time he touches the ball, hes got a chance to go the distance. As a return guy, running the ball or catching the ball, hes a threat any time the ball is in his hands. I think thats important."
Baum takes control of Case's offenseSome people who have had to follow in the footsteps of a record-setting quarterback that took a program to previously unseen heights might be overwhelmed, but not Joey Baum.
Survivor on and off the fieldOberlin senior linebacker Ron Rupard has seen more than his fair share of challenges and that was long before he ever got to play in a NCAC football game.
10 games to watch for 2010Equipment has been handed out, reservations have been made and buses are ready and waiting to be loaded as the 2010 college football season gets underway this weekend ... and not a moment too soon.