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  1. Osukid2811

    [2022] FCS POTW Week #4

    North Dakota couldn't get the win, but the FCS picture is becoming more clear, here are the player of the week candidates. Here's the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdOKijj2nYE6EAxlD8Mbq4j1hGPHK89LCK7EXXfAramIl7x0w/viewform
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    [2022] Week #4 - Saturday Afternoon

    Ooook... On another note good fight by my Hens, maybe the gameplanning wasn't great.
  3. Osukid2811

    Generational Music

    I agree wholeheartedly about Michael Jackson, that's one of the things I remember listening to the most at my black grandparents' house. From my white side, definitely Elton John or Billy Joel are some of my favorites my mom used to play in the car when I was little.
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    [2022] FCS POTW Week #3

    FCS Players of the Week Offensive Player of the Week Stevie Henderson WR North Dakota State 10 Receptions 170 Yards 2 TDs In a very comfortable win for the Bison Quarterback, Zach McAllister had a very easy time slicing up the Panthers' defense. He had many targets, but none more important than wide receiver Stevie Henderson. Henderson is a huge deep threat averaging 17 yards on 10 catches this Saturday. The senior is no stranger to big games. Henderson goes off in games where the Bison pull away early. He and McAllister seem to have a really special connection. When he's on they both get hot. Critics say he doesn't show up in big games, but we'll see in a few weeks when they visit the red raiders. Defensive Player of the Week (Pictured Middle) Tanquest Hull-Norris DE Harvard 4 Tackles 3 TFLs 1.5 Sacks 1 Forced Fumble In a game where Harvard couldn't do much right, the defensive line, specifically Tanquest Hull-Norris, was a bright spot for the Crimson. They held down the running backs and got pressure on the QB all day. Hull-Norris was in the mix on most plays, and he spent his day in the backfield. He combined with Jerome Inoue for a sack early in the game forcing JMU to punt. The game got out of hand from there, but Hull-Norris was routinely in the backfield stopping Willie Peters from running. Early 2nd Quarter he tried to give his team some life by forcing a fumble, but nobody got on the ball and nothing came of it. Hull-Norris' efforts were for naught this week, but he definitely piqued the interest of our voters. Special Teams Player of the Week Harrison Hacker K South Dakota State 2/2 FG: 51 & 51 Yards It was a horrendous day for the Jacks, who got blasted late at night down in Albuquerque. The only scoring of the entire night came from Hacker who nailed a pair of 51 yarders. There's not much to say because the rest of the team played so badly, but Hacker was able to show his coaches just how accurate he is. Going forward this will most certainly give him a lot of confidence as they move into important conference games Next Week's Player to Watch Austin Bright ILB North Dakota North Dakota has the best chance of any FCS team to win against an FBS program this year. Robbie Koehler gives the Hawks a fighting chance. We know they will be able to put points up on the board, they've done that all year. The defense, however, has been suspect all year. They have some highly touted players who just haven't really shown up this season. Air Force is having somewhat of a down year, and have a very underwhelming offense. The Hawks need their big senior linebacker Austin Bright to show up for this game. Bright is known for making big plays defending the pass. This week he will need to do both, forcing Air Force to pass the ball a lot will probably get their young QB to make some mistakes. Look for Bright to come up with a pick, or a big pass deflection, in what I have as an upset alert game, this weekend.
  5. Another great week for FCS football. Here's the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSedXcuYHUkhRGG67WmMt3gBBPSMTwjFMCpN_Ix8W8NMo6mHCw/viewform You can basically expect the same long paragraph form from now on, along with the players to look for.
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    [2022] Week #3 - Saturday Night

    Those boys down at UTEP...
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    [2022] FCS POTW Week #2

    FCS Players of the Week Offensive Player of the Week Robbie Koehler QB North Dakota- 35/60 Passing, 402 Yards, 5 TDs, 1INT It's another massive week for easily the best quarterback in the FCS. The Fighting Hawks have now run through two out of the four best teams in the conference behind his arm. This one was not quite as easy though. Koehler had to show off his clutch gene, throwing a touchdown to his new favorite target, Sorenson, in the last minute to win the game. Throughout the whole fourth quarter, Koehler carved up the EWU defense behind a great offensive line performance. Though a timely pick early in the first dampens his day a bit, overall he led the offensive powerhouse to a huge win. Defensive Player of the Week (Pictured Left) Ron Singletary ILB Illinois State- 11 Tackles, 2 TFLs Illinois State had no chance against Harvard, and their big-time freshman Cameron Whaley, if they couldn't stop the run. The Redbirds' linebackers played out of their minds. They were so good that they had two of them in the running for DPOTW. The best performance by far, however, was by inside linebacker Ron Singletary who had an insane 11 tackles in a game against one of the better backs in the FCS. Illinois State needed a big performance from him and he came through, as one of his two TFLs came in the fourth quarter on a big third-down play. Singletary had a big day on the stat sheet and in the clutch. Special Teams Player of the Week (I'm sorry, there are no other images for North Dakota kickers) Julius Boyce K North Dakota- 5/5 XP 1/1 FG: 45 Yards For the second straight week, Boyce finds himself on this list. When you have an offense scoring that many points, of course, you're going to be nailing a lot of extra points, but Boyce has come through both weeks nailing long field goals like they're nothing. This week it was a 45 yarder to tie up the game. Boyce is still perfect thus far in the season and has the leg to keep it up all year. Who to Watch Next Week Cameron Whaley RB Harvard Whaley is coming off of two games in which he had to carry his team. One of the games was a win, one was a loss. Although maybe an obvious choice, Whaley looks primed to have a big breakout game in what is Harvard's toughest test so far this season. James Madison, while being an outstanding offensive team, have left much to be desired on the defensive side of the ball. Watch out for Whaley next week, a big game for him may mean a big win for the Crimson.
  8. Once again here is the voting link for FCS POTW: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0UKj017KnvCjO0HhNUQTGSGbqgQOr7QFV8NvPVd14IS82AQ/viewform This week I have a little more time on my hands so there should be more in-depth analysis about their performances in the article.
  9. Osukid2811

    [2022] Week #2 - Saturday Afternoon

    Good win for the boys, but my real takeaway is that North Dakota looks beatable but it’ll be really tough for any team.
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    [2022] Week #2 - TNF

    GOOD SHIT UTEP
  11. Where are these Arkansas State receivers coming from lol can I get one
  12. Osukid2811

    [2022] FCS POTW Week #1

    FCS Players of the Week Offense Robbie Koehler QB North Dakota- 40/56 Passing, 452 Yards, 6 TDs, 1 INT Defensive Frank Dunlap DE Delaware- 3 Tackles, 2 TFLs, 2 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble Special Teams Julius Boyce K North Dakota- 1/1 FG 6/6 XP Long: 47
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