ODU is a'runnin' at a 6.5 yd an attempt clip.
ODU returns the kick big again and starts at their own 47.
GSU Punter/QB Schlecter tried for the end zone pass on 3rd down but threw it behind. But they get the 26 yd FG at 6:07 in the 1Q, narrowing the ODU lead to 6-3.
Once again GSU brings in the 2nd string punter after stalling ... but at the 14 yard line ODU's Vaughn messes the fair catch and GSU recovers. 7:40 1Q ODU up 6-0.
So the ODU kicker Brown has all the scoring. The seats are orange and you can see almost all of them (if you know what I mean).
9:19 1Q FG good for ODU, leading GSU 6-0.
ODU is looking good, except the receiver was wide open in the end zone and the QB waaaaaaay overthrew him. Now it is 4th down and they are kicking.
Goodwyn takes off to the GSU 27 on a nifty 30 yard run and frankly some bad tackling.
So GSU has to punt but they bring in another guy to kick! Still 3-0 ODU at 11:16 1Q. ODU on their 36.
GSU starts at their 10 with their punter in at QB. I read that story on the CSN Log that the starter and 2nd stringer are both suspended.
ODU gets stopped but kicks a 51 yard FG to go 3-0 at the 12:15 mark of the 1Q.
The word for this game is "fast" because these are speed teams. And just like that ODU receives the kick and is at midfield after two plays.
Kent Schmidt - North Dakota State vs. Illinois State
David Coulson - South Carolina State vs. Bethune-Cookman
Keith Cline - The Citadel @ Appalachian State
Mark Campbell - Rhode Island @ Delaware
Okay, now we know that the Saints won by a pair of TD's, Colston had a good game, and that "other Payton" (not Peyton) became the second Super Bowl winning head coach in a row from an FCS school (anyone notice the EIU coaching connections in other noteworthy games???). The top tier continues to deliver the bling and the others just slurp the cash register robbery. hahahahaha I remember a song from a band some might recall, the lyrics went "money can't buy me love."
SNW posted the position on their website today.
FCS COLLEGE FOOTBALL COORDINATOR
Description: Immediate opportunity for a skilled and organized writer/reporter also willing to display some P.R. and event management skills. On the writing side, the candidate will serve as the only full-time beat writer covering FCS Football (formerly I-AA) on a national basis. Duties include two weekly columns in-season, plus news stories and other features on FCS. Attend and report on several games of interest in FCS per season, including the NCAA Championship. Also attend and report on conference media days throughout FCS, beginning in late July. Must be available for regular radio and television appearances. In the P.R. realm, will oversee, coordinate and execute voting for the TSN-sponsored Walter Payton Award, presented annually to the top player in FCS, as well as the sub-classification's most widely-recognized Top 25 poll and All-America teams. Work regularly with 100+ university and conference media relations directors throughout the country. Point-person for annual FCS Awards dinner, in which the Payton, Buck Buchanan (top defensive player), and Eddie Robinson (top coach) Awards are conferred on the eve of the FCS title game. Primary writing and editing responsibilities for the Awards program. Sound like a lot of work? It is - for roughly half the year, but a relaxed schedule from January through mid-July is enjoyable. Knowledge of FCS football not a pre-requisite, we are simply looking for an organized, assertive professional who can write, be objective, and understand that hitting deadlines is a must, not an option. Must work from on-site, no telecommuters need apply.
One has to wonder if the SNW will wait until July to fill the position again.