Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

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Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:14 am

Big Sky

EWU 45-49 JAXST
PORTST 10-45 BSU
CP 7-45 ORST
LEH 13-41 UCD
NOCO 0-50 SAC
IDA 16-21 WYO
IDST 0-31 UTAH
SFA 38-45 SUU (OT)
WEB 13-19 NEV
wnmu 21-55 NAU
UMT 3-35 UO
MTST 23-14 WIU
SHSU 23-27 UND


    NConf Record: 5-7
    Overall: 18-19

    vs. FCS: 4-1
    Overall: 11-3


    Best Performance: Idaho 16, (FBS) Wyoming 21 - Poor redzone offense prevented the upset, but the Vandals did hold Wyoming to just 4 completions for 50 yards.

    Worst Performance: Northern Colorado 0, Sacramento St. 50 - There is some reason to believe Sac State is legitimately good this year, but still… the Bears were outgained 614-171 by a team that went 2-8 in 2018. :suspicious: :ohno:

    Most Surprising Result: Idaho 16, (FBS) Wyoming 21 - Idaho shows some life after being outscored 221-30 by their last 3 FBS opponents.


Southland

HBU 53-52 SD
SFA 38-45 SUU (OT)
SHSU 23-27 UND
LAM 3-62 TAMU
ACU 30-31 UCA
SELU 29-40 MISS
NWST 14-65 LSU
ALCORN 14-17 MCNSE
NICH 42-35 PVAMU


    NConf Record: 3-5
    Overall: 13-15

    vs. FCS: 3-2
    Overall: 8-3


    Best Performance: (#14) Central Arkansas 31, Abilene Christian 30 - The Bears score 3 touchdowns in the fourth quarter after scoring 0 the first three quarters to get a key conference win.

    Worst Performance: Stephen F. Austin 38, Southern Utah 45 (OT) - The Lumberjacks lose their 6th. straight by allowing 527 yards to a weak opponent.

    Most Surprising Result: Houston Baptist 53, South Dakota 52 - The Huskies overcome 19 penalties and 642 Coyote yards to get their first DI win in 2 years.


Missouri Valley

NDSU 47-22 UD
HBU 53-52 SDK
DRAKE 10-38 SDKST
MIZST 6-58 TULANE
ILST 21-3 EIU
MTST 23-14 WIU
UTM 14-28 SIU
EKU 7-19 INST
DUQ 14-34 YSU


    NConf Record: 6-3
    Overall: 14-14

    vs. FCS: 6-2
    Overall: 13-7


    Best Performance: (#1) North Dakota St. 47, (#18) Delaware 22 - The Bison run for 295 yards and win tackles-for-loss 11-1 in dominating a solid Delaware squad.

    Worst Performance: South Dakota 52, Houston Baptist 53 - The Coyotes are allowing 613 ypg on the season. :?

    Most Surprising Result: South Dakota 52, Houston Baptist 53 - The Coyotes have now lost 8 of their last 9 games.


OVC

SEMO 0-50 MIZ
ILST 21-3 EIU
EWU 45-49 JAXST
EKU 7-19 INST
MUR 0-45 TOL
TSU 44-49 JSU (in Memphis, TN)
wise 14-31 TTU
UTM 14-28 SIU
AP 48-34 MER


    NConf Record: 3-6
    Overall: 11-16

    vs. FCS: 2-4
    Overall: 9-7


    Best Performance: (#17) Jacksonville St. 49, (#4) Eastern Washington 45 - The Gamecocks outscore the Eagles 21-0 in the fourth quarter and efficiently put up 49 points while gaining only 366 yards of offense.

    Worst Performance: Tennessee St. 44, Jackson St. 49 - TSU gives up 338 rushing yards and loses to JSU for the first time since 2011.

    Most Surprising Result: Tennessee St. 44, Jackson St. 49 - This game opened with back-to-back kick-return touchdowns. :thumb:


Pioneer League

DRAKE 10-38 SDKST
CCSU 42-13 VALPO
tay 17-14 BUT
DAY 34-31 RMU
STET 23-26 MARIST
wvw 0-41 DVDSN
JU 30-20 PRESBY
kcu 34-73 MHEAD


    NConf Record: 4-3
    Overall: 10-12

    vs. FCS: 2-2
    Overall: 4-10


    Best Performance: Marist 26, Stetson 23 - The Red Foxes rebound from last week's Georgetown debacle by edging out one of last year's PFL contenders.

    Worst Performance: Butler 14, (NAIA) Taylor 17 - The Bulldogs are outrushed 257-71 by their perennial NAIA opponent.

    Most Surprising Result: Butler 14, (NAIA) Taylor 17 - After playing Butler tough the last few years, the Trojans finally knock them off for the first time.




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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby JBB » Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:10 am

SHSU 23-27 UND


UND is evolving into a solid, physical football team. Looking forward to their Big Sky match-up with EWU next week.
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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby AZGrizFan » Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:07 am

Think you could have given most surprising to the Griz. After UO smoked Nevada 77-6 last week it looked primed for a huge score....Griz D was legit and stopped the Oregon O six times (that's 5 more times than FBS Nevada did)...
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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby JALMOND » Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:16 am

AZGrizFan wrote:Think you could have given most surprising to the Griz. After UO smoked Nevada 77-6 last week it looked primed for a huge score....Griz D was legit and stopped the Oregon O six times (that's 5 more times than FBS Nevada did)...


Nothing surprising about losing 35-3. Ducks offense was pretty vanilla most of the night. Ducks tried to go vanilla the week before against Nevada, but had to open up the playbook halfway through the second quarter when the score was 7-6. If the Ducks would have felt threatened at any time, the score would have been worse. The Ducks were in control of the game the whole time.

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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:03 pm

JALMOND wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:Think you could have given most surprising to the Griz. After UO smoked Nevada 77-6 last week it looked primed for a huge score....Griz D was legit and stopped the Oregon O six times (that's 5 more times than FBS Nevada did)...


Nothing surprising about losing 35-3. Ducks offense was pretty vanilla most of the night. Ducks tried to go vanilla the week before against Nevada, but had to open up the playbook halfway through the second quarter when the score was 7-6. If the Ducks would have felt threatened at any time, the score would have been worse. The Ducks were in control of the game the whole time.


That was more-or-less my take, too. The Montana/Oregon game was pretty sleepy, and both teams were more conservative than I expected. The Griz acted like they were just trying to survive and never really looked like they were aggressively trying to scare the Ducks, while Oregon's offense seemed pretty disinterested after they went up 14-0. For example, they ran it about 80% of the time in the second quarter even though the Griz weren't getting anything resembling a pass rush at the time.

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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Sep 17, 2019 12:44 am

Patriot League

LEH 13-41 UCD
SACHRT 56-40 LAF
NOVA 45-10 BUCK
COLG 10-38 W&M
FORD 29-14 BRY
cath 0-69 GTOWN


    NConf Record: 2-4
    Overall: 4-16

    vs. FCS: 1-4
    Overall: 3-12


    Best Performance: Fordham 29, Bryant 14 - The Rams outscore Bryant 23-0 in the fourth quarter to prevent the Patriot League from going winless against FCS for the 2nd. time in 3 weeks.

    Worst Performance: Colgate 10, William & Mary 38 - The Raiders have already allowed more points than they did all of last season.

    Most Surprising Result: Lafayette 40, Sacred Heart 56 - The Leopards break 40 points for the first time in 5 years and still lose.


NEC

MERR 14-42 SFPA
DUQ 14-34 YSU
DAY 34-31 RMU
WAG 10-26 SBU
FORD 29-14 BRY
CCSU 42-13 VALPO
SACHRT 56-40 LAF


    NConf Record: 2-4
    Overall: 7-13

    vs. FCS: 2-4
    Overall: 5-9


    Best Performance: St. Francis (PA) 42, Merrimack 14 - The Red Flash win turnovers 4-1 against a sort-of conference opponent.

    Worst Performance: Bryant 14, Fordham 29 - The Bulldogs start 0-3 for the first time since they were 0-6 in 2012.

    Most Surprising Result: Robert Morris 31, Dayton 34 - The Colonials score 31 against Dayton one week after scoring 7 against a bad DII.


CAA

NOVA 45-10 BUCK
ALB 35-38 MONM (OT)
WAG 10-26 SBU
UNH 17-30 FIU
TOW 45-23 MAINE
NDSU 47-22 UD
ELON 42-20 RICH
COLG 10-38 W&M
MORG 12-63 JMU


    NConf Record: 4-3
    Overall: 16-12

    vs. FCS: 4-2
    Overall: 16-4


    Best Performance: (#8) Towson 45, (#7) Maine 23 - The Tigers get 4 interceptions off Chris Ferguson in a surprisingly dominant win.

    Worst Performance: Richmond 20, (#25) Elon 42 - The Spiders have now lost 5 straight home conference games.

    Most Surprising Result: (#7) Maine 23, (#8) Towson 45 - Perhaps more concerning than the 4 INTs is that Maine has only forced 1 turnover so far this season.


Big South

ALB 35-38 MONM (OT)
HAMP 41-20 HOW (in Chicago, IL)
NCCEN 12-21 GWEBB
NCAT 27-21 CHSO
KENN 42-7 ALST
JU 30-20 PRESBY
AAMU 31-24 UNA


    NConf Record: 4-3
    Overall: 9-13

    vs. FCS: 4-3
    Overall: 6-6


    Best Performance: Monmouth 38, Albany 35 (OT) - The Hawks survive after blowing a 21-0 lead, mostly thanks to 5 turnovers forced.

    Worst Performance: Presbyterian 20, Jacksonville 30 - The Blue Hose can't even beat Jacksonville with scholarships, so what hope do they have when they're PFL foes in 2021? :?

    Most Surprising Result: Hampton 41, Howard 20 - Deondre Francis throws 4 TD passes on just 20 attempts in a penalty-ridden contest.


SoCon

ngu 17-20 WCU
FUR 17-24 VT
SAM 21-14 WOFF
CIT 27-24 GT (OT)
AP 48-34 MER
VMI 31-24 ETSU
UTC 0-45 UT


    NConf Record: 2-3
    Overall: 7-13

    vs. FCS: 0-1
    Overall: 3-7


    Best Performance: The Citadel 27, (FBS) Georgia Tech 24 (OT) - The triple-option gods cast their favor on the Bulldog believers at the expense of those who abandoned their faith. :pray:

    Worst Performance: East Tennessee St. 24, VMI 31 (OT) - The Bucs went 6-1 in one-score games last year (including a 27-24 win over VMI), but when you play with fire…

    Most Surprising Result: VMI 31, East Tennessee St. 24 (OT) - The Keydets end a 22-game conference losing streak against one of last year's playoff teams.


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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby AZGrizFan » Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:31 am

JALMOND wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:Think you could have given most surprising to the Griz. After UO smoked Nevada 77-6 last week it looked primed for a huge score....Griz D was legit and stopped the Oregon O six times (that's 5 more times than FBS Nevada did)...


Nothing surprising about losing 35-3. Ducks offense was pretty vanilla most of the night. Ducks tried to go vanilla the week before against Nevada, but had to open up the playbook halfway through the second quarter when the score was 7-6. If the Ducks would have felt threatened at any time, the score would have been worse. The Ducks were in control of the game the whole time.


Yeah. I'm sure they intended to be stopped on downs three times. Or punt three times. They spent the entire game with their starters in trying to run up the score and couldn't. #TRUTHBOMB
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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby JALMOND » Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:41 am

AZGrizFan wrote:
JALMOND wrote:
Nothing surprising about losing 35-3. Ducks offense was pretty vanilla most of the night. Ducks tried to go vanilla the week before against Nevada, but had to open up the playbook halfway through the second quarter when the score was 7-6. If the Ducks would have felt threatened at any time, the score would have been worse. The Ducks were in control of the game the whole time.


Yeah. I'm sure they intended to be stopped on downs three times. Or punt three times. They spent the entire game with their starters in trying to run up the score and couldn't. #TRUTHBOMB


Funny how when the rest of the teams would play the Ducks, all of us would try to claim little "victories" here and there, only to be reminded by Griz fans here that "a loss is still a loss". Well,....

35-3, #TRUTHBOMB

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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby AZGrizFan » Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:31 am

JALMOND wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:
Yeah. I'm sure they intended to be stopped on downs three times. Or punt three times. They spent the entire game with their starters in trying to run up the score and couldn't. #TRUTHBOMB


Funny how when the rest of the teams would play the Ducks, all of us would try to claim little "victories" here and there, only to be reminded by Griz fans here that "a loss is still a loss". Well,....

35-3, #TRUTHBOMB


Yes, 35-3. And 77-6 against a team with 23 more schollies. A team that stopped them exactly ONCE all game. UM? Six times. That's right beyotch. Count 'em. Hell, Oregon couldn't score with their 1's in against UM's 2's in the 4th quarter. :rofl: :rofl:

Ducks suck. :coffee: :nod: :nod:
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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby JALMOND » Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:53 am

AZGrizFan wrote:Ducks suck. :coffee: :nod: :nod:


Well, that much we do agree on. :D

I'm at the bar and they have 12 TV's showing the Duck game and I couldn't get one switched over to the PSU game. Sad. :suspicious:

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Re: Conference by Conference Breakdown - Week 3

Postby Mvemjsunpx » Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:31 pm

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MEAC

lincpa 12-58 DSU
MORG 12-63 JMU
HAMP 41-20 HOW
NFOLK 7-46 CCU
NCAT 27-21 CHSO
NCCEN 12-21 GWEBB
SCSU 16-55 USF
fvsu 20-57 FAMU
BCU 0-63 MIAMI


    NConf Record: 3-6
    Overall: 8-15

    vs. FCS: 1-3
    Overall: 4-7


    Best Performance: (#15) North Carolina A&T 27, Charleston Southern 21 - Jah-Maine Martin runs for 299 yards and 2 touchdowns to save the Aggies from a bad upset (the rest of his team had minus-7 yards rushing).

    Worst Performance: Howard 20, Hampton 41 - So far, the Bison defense has been awful: 58 ppg allowed, 537 ypg allowed, 7.6 ypc allowed, and a 192.4 passing-efficiency rating allowed.

    Most Surprising Result: Howard 20, Hampton 41 - Howard has gone 4-10 since winning 5 straight games late in the 2017 season.


SWAC

TXSO 6-77 ULL
NICH 42-35 PVAMU
lang 15-53 UAPB
ewc 0-61 SU
KENN 42-7 ALST
AAMU 31-24 UNA
TSU 44-49 JSU (in Memphis, TN)
ALCORN 14-17 MCNSE


    NConf Record: 4-4
    Overall: 7-17

    vs. FCS: 2-3
    Overall: 2-8


    Best Performance: Jackson St. 49, Tennessee St. 44 - JSU runs for 338 yards and converts 71% of their third downs as they beat TSU for the first time in 8 years.

    Worst Performance: Alabama St. 7, (#9) Kennesaw St. 42 - The Hornets lose rushing 481-45, an even worse margin than in last year's blowout in Kennesaw.

    Most Surprising Result: Jackson St. 49, Tennessee St. 44 - This was also Jackson State's first DI win over a team outside the SWAC or MEAC since 2011.


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