ATN Podcast: Past performance not indicative
Tyler Robinson caught two TD passes for Huntingdon in a win at Hampden-Sydney.
Huntingdon athletics file photo
As much as the Division III landscape was turned upside down last week, it reset this weekend, with Buffalo State losing big to Alfred, Brockport State losing at Kean and UW-Whitewater winning big. But the struggles by Wesley to win at Louisiana College and the occasional offensive woes from Whitewater make us reconsider what we believed about their preseason quarterback situation. Why do we like Justin Sottilare and Lee Brekke so much in 2012 based on what they did in 2010? And then contrast that with Mount Union, which isn’t going with its 2010 quarterback at all.
Plus we talk about Wabash’s surprise loss, Huntingdon jumping into the Top 25, Mary Hardin-Baylor’s season, Widener’s 90-point drubbing of Wilkes, Western Connecticut’s near upset and much more.
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Alfred · Allegheny · Augsburg · Buffalo State · Hampden-Sydney · Heidelberg · Huntingdon · Ithaca · Justin Sottilare · Kevin Burke · Lee Brekke · Louisiana College · Marietta · Mary Hardin-Baylor · Mount Union · Rowan · Salve Regina · Stevenson · UW-Stevens Point · UW-Whitewater · Wabash · Wesley · Western Connecticut · Widener · Wilkes
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