ATN Podcast: It’s truly time to talk playoffs

Yep, we’re eight weeks into the season and it’s finally time to talk in-depth about the postseason — picks, prognostications, problems and the like. If you’re new to Division III, we’ll give you a quick roundup of how it’s set up and if you’re a veteran, we’re ready to talk about strength of schedule and who the top at-large candidates are. Will three WIAC teams make it? Can Hardin-Simmons avoid playing Mary Hardin-Baylor in the first round? The first full answers are in this 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 “ATN Podcast: It’s truly time to talk playoffs

  1. There doesn’t seem to be a very large pool for Pool B with only three independent schools. What other schools would be eligible for this spot? And would any of them have a winning record?

  2. The ASC and SCAC do not have automatic bids, so those teams are also in Pool B. If there were just three teams, we wouldn’t even have a Pool B bid, so at least that’s taken care of.

  3. I figured you’d have that at your finger tips so I would have to dig up this years NCAA rule book and look it up. Interesting, one of the teams in the nation getting number 1 votes could wrap up the Pool B slot.

    In re-listening to the podcast (I download it for just that reason) I think Platteville would love the opportunity to knock Mount Union out in the first round this year.

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