Around the Nation Podcast: D-III pride

There were a couple of big games and although we’ll spend a good amount of time talking about the St. Thomas-St. John’s game, that’s not all that went on this past Saturday. UW-Whitewater preserved Division III pride for a second consecutive year as the No. 2 Warhawks handled NAIA No. 2 Morningside, but the win didn’t come without questions. We hear from Whitewater coach Kevin Bullis, plus dive deep into the Mount Union quarterback rotation and more in this week’s podcast.

The Around the Nation Podcast is a weekly conversation between Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan covering the wide range of Division III football. It drops on Monday morning weekly throughout the season.

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3 thoughts on “Around the Nation Podcast: D-III pride

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  2. As always, enjoyed the podcast. Another in the list of D-1 transfers is Hobart QB Shane Sweeney who is putting up some big numbers this year. Shane was a high school standout in Hobart’s hometown, Geneva, NY. For some reason U of Albany was not a good fit. As a Hobart fan I am a bit concerned about Merchant Marine as you pointed out, they apparently run the option quite well and Hobart had trouble stopping the run vs. Union on Saturday and at Brockport opening week. Also, there was last years’ rout of Hobart by option running Springfield. Should be a good game. Hopefully standout LB Marcus Jemison will be back in the lineup for Hobart next Saturday.

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