We handed out 15 more automatic bids on Saturday, for a total of 16, and there were a number of games with big results to keep an eye on. So we break it down for you, fellas — the big game in the WIAC, the one(s) in the Liberty League and the one in the American Southwest, even though it isn’t in the ASC proper.
Our game balls go to Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Our off-the-beaten-path highlights come from New Jersey and Massachusetts. Our surprising results come from Massachusetts and New York. Our stats of the week, from Illinois and Wisconsin.
Does Hardin-Simmons get sent a long distance in the playoffs, or do they play closer to home? And what rivalry would we create at random from one Week 11 game? And did you know the 500-mile busing radius has been extended to 600 miles? I’m gonna be … coming up with a way to get that point across. That and much more in episode 293.
Pat Coleman and Greg Thomas talk about it all in the latest D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast. The D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast is a regular conversation covering the wide range of Division III football.
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