ATN Podcast: Snow, records, clinching

Alex Tanney
Alex Tanney is the third Tanney to play football at Monmouth, but will be known as the best in the family
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Records fell, as did snowflakes and the chances of anyone else winning any of eight conference titles. The Centennial, PAC, MIAA, MWC, MIAC, WIAC, UMAC and SCIAC each got the ultimate clarity on Saturday: automatic bids.

We talk about those, the records set by Mike Zweifel and Alex Tanney, the interesting things the purple powers did and really, much more. Check the list of tags at the bottom of this page to see who’s discussed.

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Plus, here’s the first look at this week’s D3reports, as well as Division III football highlight reels. These will also appear on the front page on Monday afternoon.

2 thoughts on “ATN Podcast: Snow, records, clinching

  1. Maybe I’m wrong in my thinking, but if Cal Lu loses to Oxy and Redlands wins out then doesn’t Redlands get the autobid because they tie in conference based on the rose bowl rule Redlands gets the bid leaving Cal Lu out…or is that only for a three way tie?

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