Around the Nation Podcast: A crushing finish
In this photo, you can see the Concordia-Moorhead defender just about to control the fumble, with players already well out onto the field.
Photo by Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com
It’s destined to go down as one of the great finishes in Division III football history, and while it doesn’t have a catchy nickname like the Mississippi Miracle or the Miracle in the Mud, the way Concordia-Moorhead’s loss to Bethel went down is going to be talked about for a long time.
If you have not watched this game yet, watch Bethel’s archive now. If you just want to skip ahead to the final couple of plays start at the 2:24:00 mark.
Pat and Keith talk about that and more in this week’s Around the Nation Podcast. It was a sad weekend on both the campuses of Washington and Jefferson and Bates, where young men who played football each died last week. There were also two other games between Top 25 teams and a game that is normally good for the North Coast Athletic Conference title. But will Wabash and Wittenberg do so this year? Pat and Keith point out that it’s not so clear.
We also get a first-person look at Widener, talk about midwest and east coast conference races and much more.
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Here’s this week’s D3football.com reports and highlight packages, including Bethel-Concordia highlights.
And this week’s photo galleries from our friends at d3photography.com:
Allegheny · Augsburg · Best finishes ever · Bethel · Birmingham-Southern · Cal Lutheran · Concordia-Moorhead · Illinois College · Kenyon · Lake Forest · Mount Union · Ohio Wesleyan · Redlands · Salisbury · St. John Fisher · St. Norbert · St. Thomas · Stevenson · Sul Ross State · Tim McNerney · Utica · UW-Platteville · UW-Whitewater · Wabash · Washington and Jefferson · Wesley · Whitworth · Widener · Willamette · Wittenberg
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