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ATN Podcast: A tangled, tangled web

Nate Oropollo
Nate Oropollo’s four sacks helped drag Delaware Valley out of the Top 25.
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Having played two weeks can sometimes be more confusing than having played one, when you come to think about it. That’s because with some teams, we have to pretty much erase everything we thought we learned in Week 1 when it’s completely contradicted the second time around.

This week, Keith McMillan and Pat Coleman talk about the conundrums posed by Delaware Valley losing to Lycoming, which lost to Brockport State, or Rowan, which beat Delaware Valley, losing to D-II Merrimack. And of course, Brockport went on to beat Buffalo State, after Buff State beat Cortland the week before. And don’t even get us started on Lebanon Valley, which has a signature win against Montclair State, except that Salve Regina also beat Montclair this weekend …

In addition, Pat and Keith talk about what a great Sunday it was in Division III, and that doesn’t happen very often. Plus R-Kal Truluck gets his name mentioned again. And it’s been a great season for the MIAC so far, which is 13-0 as a conference, but it’s also been good for the ECFC.

And of course, the big games are mentioned as well: Wesley-Salisbury, Linfield/Hardin-Simmons, St. John Fisher-Washington and Jefferson and more. All that and more in the Around the Nation podcast. Press play below to listen or follow the prompts to download. And if you want to more know about who we talked about, check the tags at the bottom of this post.

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Plus, here’s this week’s D3football.com reports.

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3 comments

  • Author comment by kitchensink · September 10, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    Keith cuts out for me about half way through.

  • Author comment by Keith McMillan · September 11, 2012 at 12:43 am

    That’s not good. We had some buffering issues, but we thought we paused and reset everything.

    I’ll listen to it on the way home. Do you mean I cut out for a second, or cut out for good?

  • Author comment by Pat Coleman · September 12, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    Think it’s a mono/stereo thing. I have new software for this (computer crash) that I may not have fully mastered. If you listen with one speaker, might be an issue?

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