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I heard before the game that the Northern Iowa Panthers would be the last team in college football to play their spring game. My boys and I took in this final spring contest. This game was the Offense (Purple) vs. Defense (White). The offense got the best of the defense with a 38-26 win. This game used four 12-minute quarters and a modified scoring format. The defense scored 7 points for interceptions, 3 points for fumble recoveries, and 1 point for defensive stops. The offense used regular
Updated 05-14-2010 at 11:49 PM by Kent
Well, I attended two more spring games over the weekend with my two boys---in Vermillion for the University of South Dakota game on Friday night and then in Fargo for the North Dakota State game Saturday afternoon. Here are a few photos from the games.
As you can see, I still have some rust on the photo taking. I hope to get that rust out by
Well, my two sons and I went to the Drake spring game tonight. It was good to see some live action and the weather was about as good as it could be in mid-April in the middle of America in Iowa--kickoff at around 65 degrees without acloud in the sky.
Here are some photos from the game, along with some of my sons. All enjoyed and my younger son has become a Drake fan--wanting the shirt he was wearing after a trip to the Drake Book store before the game.
The spring practices across the country are starting and much of the country is getting the football fever again. Here are the returning All-Big Sky members from a year ago, along with some key transfers that may make an instant impact onto their teams.
RETURNING PLAYERS PER TEAM (Were on All-BSC Team & FBS/FCS Transfers)
Chris Powers, Jr., Center
Taiwan Jones, Jr., Running Back
Renard Williams, Jr., Defensive Tackle
In reading the following article, it sounds very possible. WIth selling out Washington-Grizzly Stadium virtually every game over the past 10+ years, I would say the lure of a higher revenues might be too much for the university to overlook. Of course, we all know the history of move-ups. Just in the Big Sky Conference, we see a couple successes and what I would consider failures.