ATN Podcast: Welcome back!

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Chris Denton was the Purple Raiders’ top receiver and returned two punts for touchdowns.
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It was a long, strange trip. But when you see four games, you are bound to see a good one, and that’s what happened when Pat Coleman (and his 10-year-old son) drove into Galesburg, Ill., where Eureka quarterback Sam Durley was about to have the game of his life.

You see, you never know what you’re going to get when you roll into town for a game in Division III. There are so many schools and rivalries and storylines that you could end up seeing something truly memorable, like a last-second win, a surprise upset or a great individual performance.

Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan discuss in this week’s Around the Nation podcast.

Plus, they talk about the teams who got their 2012 off to a good start by ending long losing streaks, look at UW-Whitewater’s opening game, as well as Mount Union’s, and the surprises put up by North Carolina Wesleyan, Buffalo State, Rowan, Norwich, Willamette … as was said, a very interesting week.

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Plus, here’s this week’s reports.

One thought on “ATN Podcast: Welcome back!

  1. Keith and Pat,

    I just listened to you week 1 podcast of “Around the Nation”. I’ve been following D3 Football for the last 3-4 years, I didn’t realize their were 239 D3 Football schools.

    I want to thank you for your time, insight, and devotion you give to D3 Football. Your insight and devotion makes all of your followers that much more informed. Without your devotion to this Division, I would be clueless about the other D3 schools in the Nation.

    Thank you again for you time, insight and devotion to D3 Football.

    I pray that God will continue to bless you and keep you safe in your future travels and endeavors.

    Thanks again and keep up the fantastic work.


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