Around the Nation Podcast 229: Gutting it out

Whether pounding the rock, running a non-Wildcat, throwing deep down the field or just being what we thought you were, there’s a storyline for each game on Saturday.

Jackson Erdmann finishes the game with a separated shoulder and Mary Hardin-Baylor finishes with a pair of interceptions and a three-point win. And, as T.J. Josey says, it’s a game the Cru sorely needed. UW-Whitewater’s rock-pounding and defense has looked comfortingly reminiscent of the Warhawks of old. Like 2011 old or so.

Meanwhile, Mount Union put Josh Petruccelli behind center and Muhlenberg couldn’t do anything about it. And Johns Hopkins looked fantastic on offense — enough so that Keith McMillan was ready to say something about the Blue Jays’ trip to Alliance.

Pat and Keith talk about it all, first the high points, then all the points, in the latest Around the Nation Podcast.

The Around the Nation Podcast is a regular conversation between Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan and guests covering the wide range of Division III football.

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Photo: Jackson Erdmann running outside the pocket, with UMHB defenders in pursuit. (Photo by Joe Fusco,

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