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Based on the 10/3/2011 GPI
1. Georgia Southern won 28-27 vs. #18 Chattanooga
2. Northern Iowa won 23-9 vs. #12 Indiana State
3. Wofford won 43-14 at The Citadel
4. North Dakota State won 9-3 at #25 Southern Illinois
5. Montana State won 38-36 at Portland State
6. James Madison lost 25-24 in overtime vs. #9 Maine
7. New Hampshire won 47-17 vs. Villanova
8. Sam Houston State won 45-10 at Stephen F. Austin
Watching a scoreboard on one oh one one one and my eyes were on the ones in bold (home team in caps)... all final scores.
ALABAMA A&M 28, Ark-Pine Bluff 27
ALABAMA STATE 31, Alcorn State 23
AUSTIN PEAY 37, Tennessee St 34
Albany 41, ST FRANCIS-PA 20
BROWN 35, Rhode Island 21
BUCKNELL 35, Georgetown 18
Butler 29, DAYTON 27
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 38, Stephen F Austin 28
COLGATE 38, Fordham 14
CORNELL 31, Wagner 7
Updated 10-01-2011 at 10:26 PM by rwallace
(Day is done!)
At the Georgia Dome. Like a CAA game. Getting ready to kickoff. ODU in white and Georgia State (I'll call them GSU for brevity) in their blue.
NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision Student-Athletes on the 2010 ESPN Academic All-America ® Football Teams, as selected by CoSIDA.
Pos. Name School Dist. Yr. Hometown GPA Major
RB Kyle Minett South Dakota State VII Sr. Ruthton, Minn. 3.67 Economics
WR Joe Allaria Southern Illinois V Sr. Edwardsville, Ill. 3.75 Marketing
WR Anthony Nelson Massachusetts I Sr. Wellington, Fla. 3.88 Economics
These past two years have been rocky for me. Serious illness to other dire circumstances have interrupted my full attention from the CSN empire. Now I have to bite the bullet and just step back for a while.
CSN is blessed with some great organizational minds that make my undetermined length of leave a little easier for me. I'll be around doing small bits here and there but CSN continues on in good hands.
As all of us who follow the FCS nationally know, it is not