I am in Cedar Falls for this game, which has probably the best 0-3 team in the country in South Dakota State playing Northern Iowa, who is 1-2 themselves. It is always a good temperature inside the UNI Dome -- 72 degrees.
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David Coulson - Delaware @ James Madison and Savannah State @ Liberty
Kent Schmidt - South Dakota State @ Northern Iowa
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Updated 10-16-2010 at 02:17 PM by rwallace
HARRISONBURG, Va. — Covering a Football Championship Subdivision game at noon on Saturday takes a little different preparation, particularly when you have to drive four and a half hours to the heart of Duke Dog country.
I was up by 5 a.m. and on the road about an hour later, journeying across the Pennsylvania Turnpike and then down Interstate 81.
Fortunately, these early-morning, Saturday football drives are made a little more pleasant by my trusty XM Satellite Radio,
It isn't often that I decide to skip watching a game in person to watch it on TV instead. But that's what I decided to do tonight as Delaware State hosted Hampton on ESPNU.
It is a night better suited for Ducks, than Hornets, or Pirates. It's been raining hard here in the Philly area since the afternoon and the weather has been equally as frightful down in Dover, Delaware.
That has led to some sloppy play on both sides. It was 0-0 through much of the first three quarters
Finalized this week was the continued inclusion of the Gridiron Power Index (GPI) in the NCAA Division I playoff selection process. 2010 playoff selection for the highest level of NCAA championship football will once again have a provision for a "bridge" automatic qualification.
The Pioneer Football League has applied for an AQ and will follow the path towards the bridge. "We didn't get an outright AQ," said PFL commissioner Patty Viverito, "so we will do