It really does seem as though the 2023 Division III football season is going to be just like the 2022 version. But with even more games between ranked teams, more nailbiting, more magic.
Johnnie Magic up in Collegeville? Perhaps, if you’re a fan. If you’re Trinity (Texas) coach Jerheme Urban, you may come from a different mindset. He gives his perspective on the sequence events at the end of that game at St. John’s in our Fast Five interview segment.
Plus you’ll hear from people on the St. John’s side about the big win, and also coach Larry Harmon from Mary Hardin-Baylor and Matt Walker from UW-River Falls about the shocking, blowout manner in which that game went down. In addition, we hear from Johns Hopkins quarterback Bay Harvey after his team’s win against Ithaca. Thanks to Riley Zayas of True to the Cru and Frank Rossi of In the Huddle for some bonus audio this week.
In addition, we hand out our Game Balls, pull out our stats of the week, answer reader questions, put Greg on the spot and more in this podcast covering Division III football’s Week 1 games.
The D3football.com podcast is a weekly in-season podcast by Pat Coleman and Greg Thomas, which was started in 2007.
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Bonus content mentioned in this episode: ATN Podcast 203 (Sept. 14, 2018), which talks to MIAC commissioner Dan McKane about the league’s heat and humidity rules.
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