2012 Johns Hopkins season previewJohns Hopkins posted a 10-1 record and advanced to the NCAAs for the third time in 2011. Despite the loss of a tremendous senior class, the Blue Jays' goals still include a Centennial Conference title and a return trip to the post-season.
Season preview: Gallaudet balanced and ready for 2012 seasonWASHINGTON, D.C. – The 2012 Gallaudet University football team will take to Hotchkiss Field this season as a close cohesive unit that is ready to put behind its hard-luck losses of the past two years and begin a new chapter in program history.
New-look Defiance poised to tackle 2012 seasonOne word can be used to describe nearly everything about the Defiance College football program in 2012, and that word is new. The Purple and Gold will enter the campaign under new head coach Brian Sheehan and will showcase new schemes on both sides of the ball, along with a host of new faces that will be embracing new opportunities.
Trinity should contend for NESCAC title once again in 2012Hartford, Conn. - The 2012 Trinity College football team, under the direction of Head Coach Jeff Devanney (7th Season), will take its usual place as a frontrunner for the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) in a league where the champion has needed to post an undefeated record to finish atop the standings the last four seasons.
Wisconsin Lutheran looks to rise to the top in 2012MILWAUKEE - The 2012 Wisconsin Lutheran College football team has high expectations as it heads into the season and will hope to carry momentum over from a very successful 2011 campaign as they reach for new heights. Last season the Warriors finished 6-4, including a program-best 5-2 mark in conference play and ended the year with four straight wins, snapping Northern Athletics Conference champion Benedictine’s 16-game conference winning streak to end the season.
2012 Capital football season previewWith 11 consecutive seasons at five wins or more and 10 of the last 11 years with a record above .500 in the rugged Ohio Athletic Conference, the Capital University football team has been one of the most successful programs in both the conference and region for the past decade.