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  1. Lets goooooo, my dawgs turned up! Definitely need to have another performance like this to stand a chance in the final.
  2. Congratulations to North Dakota State for making the playoff final, well deserved. If North Dakota win their game today then no away team (lower seeded team) will have won a game in the playoffs this year.
  3. FCS Playoffs: Round 1 Review Another exciting week of playoff football, so far the home teams (and higher seeds) just keep winning. Lets have a look at how the games unfolded and what we could expect from the semi's. Thursday, March 7th 2019 #8 Harvard (5-8) at #1 North Dakota State (10-2) Our first matchup, like last week features highest seed versus lowest seed and again like last week, sees a similar dominant final result for the home team. North Dakota State played in a close game for much of the first three quarters before pulling away in the final 15 to ensure Harvard had no chance to mount a comeback. Crimson freshman of the year Cameron Whaley still rushed for 126 yards and touchdown but unfortunately their lack of a passing offense meant they couldn't get it done when they fell behind. Bison quarterback Zack McAllister continued to demonstrate his excellent control over his offense with 305 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. North Dakota State continue to execute in all three phases of the game and meet Eastern Washington in the semifinals. They will need to continue their flawless games if they are to beat player of the year Samuel Connor and his Eagles. I'd imagine Harvard are fairly happy with the end to their season, they finish the year at 5-9 having made it to the quarterfinals of the playoffs in which they fought a close game against the best team in the FCS and have an exciting young player in Whaley. Watch out for this team next season as they add fresh recruits and improve as a team. Harvard Crimson 16 – 35 North Dakota State Bison Full game stats: #6 Northern Iowa (8-5) at #3 James Madison (9-3) Despite being the home team with the higher seed, many felt JMU were the underdogs in this game with Panthers runningback Raekwon Thomas tearing up New Hampshire last week. Fortunately for the Dukes they ignored the chatter and played the same way they have all season. The defense held Thomas to just 109 yards, 1 touchdown and forced him to fumble, whilst 109 yards is alot, against Raekwon it can definitely be seen as a victory. The offense wasn't as explosive as they have been in some games this year but did what they had to, to ensure they remained ahead all game. James Madison now meet North Dakota whom they last met way back in week 1. In that matchup Robbie Koehler absolutely torched the Dukes defense, throwing for 452 yards and much like in the Panthers game with Thomas, for them to stand any chance, they know who they need to stop. For Northern Iowa they now have to get used to life after Raekwon as he goes off to the NFL. The team has some talent but will be searching for its next head coach who can hopefully uncover the next star to fill the hole left by Thomas. Northern Iowa Panthers 7 – 17 James Madison Dukes Full game stats: Friday, March 8th 2019 #5 Illinois State (9-4) at #4 Eastern Washington (8-4) This was my pick for upset of the week but I guess you cant really call it an upset since the teams possessed basically the same record. The Redbirds toppled both the North Dakotas in the regular season and definitely had a great chance to beat another big team which they very nearly did. Just 4 points separated the two teams at the end of the game and the Eagles passing attack was just too strong for them. Samuel Connor threw for 325 yards, 4 touchdowns and an interception as he scored in each quarter to keep the Eagles in control. Eastern Washington move on to face the top team in the FCS. They lost by just 4 points last time they met the Bison and both teams have gotten better. This game really could go either way and is surely going to be an exciting one. Illinois State will be gutted they couldn't continue their run of causing upsets but have had a very encouraging season. I fully expect them to be back in the same spot if not higher next season. Illinois State Redbirds 24 – 28 Eastern Washington Eagles Full game stats: #7 Delaware (6-7) at #2 North Dakota (9-3) A fairly routine game for North Dakota, they took the led in the first half and it stayed that way through to the final whistle. Koehler threw for 281 yards and 2 touchdowns finding his favourite target Tight end Gabriel Sorensen 7 times for 102 yards and a touchdown. Delaware just couldn't put consistent drives together on offense converting just 3 out of 13 third downs which meant their defense had to spend a lot longer on the field than they would've liked. North Dakota face JMU in the semis and Robbie Koehler knows exactly what needs to be done to get the win, he did it in week 1 and now hopes to do it again to secure his team a place in the final. It should be a fun game that could go either way. Delaware can reload and retool in the offseason, they had a great start to the year but slipped off towards the end. I'm sure 'finishing' will be a key component to their offseason work and if they can do that then theres no reason why they aren't back in this position next year. Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens 10 – 24 North Dakota Fightin' Hawks Full game stats: Remaining: Eastern Washington (9-4), James Madison (10-3), North Dakota (10-3), North Dakota State (11-2) Playoff Picture
  4. FCS Awards Player of the Year: Samuel Connor, Easterm Washington Offensive Player of the Year: Samuel Connor, Eastern Washington Defensive Player of the Year: Tavarreus Ricks, South Dakota State Offensive Lineman of the Year: Miles Best, North Dakota Defensive Lineman of the Year: Tavarreus Ricks, South Dakota State Freshman of the Year: Cameron Whaley, Harvard Coach of the Year: SolutionA, North Dakota State Quarterback of the Year: Samuel Connor, Eastern Washington Running Back of the Year: Raekwon Thomas, Northern Iowa Defensive Back of the Year: Shamarcus Pierce, North Dakota State Linebacker of the Year: Eddie Mills Jr, Delaware Receiver of the Year: Percy Brown, Eastern Washington Tight End of the Year: Gabriel Sorensen, North Dakota Kicker of the Year: Harrison Hacker, South Dakota State Punter of the Year: Brian Leon, Illinois State Return Specialist of the Year: Nick Dodson, South Dakota State Media of the Year: FCS Power Rankings (SolutionA) AND Around the FCS: Weekly Recap (Suffocation) Media Writer of the Year: Suffocation, James Madison
  5. FCS 2022 Awards Here are the 2022 FCS award winners, thank you for everyone that participated in the voting. The first four awards were a community vote whilst the remaining awards were a conference vote. Please note: *indicates unanimous decision and all stats are regular season only. Player of the Year Samuel Connor (Eastern Washington Eagles) – Quarterback 337/522, 64.56%, 3914 yards, 38 TDs, 6 INTs, 149.27 QBR There were a few players in with a real chance of winning this one but Connor was the clear front runner with a great season that featured nearly 4000 yards and 38 touchdowns. The redshirt junior will also get the chance to retain the crown next year. Offensive Player of the Year Samuel Connor (Eastern Washington Eagles) – Quarterback 337/522, 64.56%, 3914 yards, 38 TDs, 6 INTs, 149.27 QBR Defensive Player of the Year Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State Jackrabbits) – Defensive Tackle 30 tackles, 6 TFLs, 9 sacks, 1 FF The interior defensive lineman controlled the line of scrimmage this season, frequently defeating double teams to get at the quarterback and stop the run. He led the conference in sacks (tied) and was near the top in tackles for loss. Offensive Lineman of the Year Miles Best (North Dakota Fightin’ Hawks) – Centre Offensive line average – 3.81 Plenty of talented linemen on show this year but Centre Miles Best kept the snaps clean and ensured Robbie Koehler had a pocket to step up into on his way to a 3800 passing yard season. Defensive Lineman of the Year Tavarrus Ricks (South Dakota State Jackrabbits) – Defensive Tackle 30 tackles, 6 TFLs, 9 sacks, 1 FF Freshman of the Year Cameron Whaley (Harvard Crimson) – Running Back 307 carries, 1449 yards, 15 TDs, 4.72 YPC, 120.75 YPG What a year for the true freshman, Whaley didn’t shy away from a hefty workload as he carried the ball 307 times finding the end zone 15 times and averaging 120.75 yards per game. He looks extremely talented and Harvard have to be excited to see what he produces next season. Fully expect him to be in the mix for the offensive player of the year award next year. Coach of the Year @SolutionA (North Dakota State Bison) Record: 10-2 Leading his team to the number 1 seed and the 58th ranked recruiting class has secured this award for SolutionA. He has put North Dakota State in the best possible position to succeed now and in the future, they are the favourites to be this year’s national champions and will likely be a dominant team going forward. Quarterback of the Year* Samuel Connor (Eastern Washington Eagles) Running Back of the Year* Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa Panthers) Defensive Back of the Year Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State Bison) Linebacker of the Year* Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens) Receiver of the Year* Percy Brown (Eastern Washington Eagles) Tight End of the Year* Gabriel Sorensen (North Dakota Fightin’ Hawks) Kicker of the Year* Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) Punter of the Year* Brian Leon (Illinois State Redbirds) Return Specialist of the Year* Nick Dodson (South Dakota State Jackrabbits) Media of the Year FCS Power Rankings @SolutionA AND Around the FCS: Weekly Recap @Suffocation Media Writer of the Year @Suffocation 1st All FCS Team QB: Samuel Connor RB: Raekwon Thomas FB: King Howard WR: Percy Brown WR: Dominick Herbert TE: Gabriel Sorensen OT: John Torres OG: Duane King C: Miles Best OG: Jim Skinner OT: Robert Johnson DE: Marvin Lambert DT: Tavarrus Ricks DE: Frank Dunlap OLB: Dillon Dickson ILB: Eddie Mills Jr. ILB: Austin Bright OLB: Felipe Wallace CB: Shamarcus Pierce CB: Miguel Coates FS: Tristan Garrison SS: Travis Ward K: Harrison Hacker P: Brian Leon KR: Nick Dodson PR: Goldstone 2nd All FCS Team QB: Zack McAllister RB: Frankie Boone FB: Scott Gaines WR: Nicholas Murphy WR: Stevie Henderson TE: Tremaine Fortier OT: Nathaniel Milam OG: Jonah McIntyre C: Joey Whittaker OG: Franklin Bullock OT: Micah Stanford DE: Charles Wright DT: Vernon Taylor DE: Robert Stevens OLB: Darnell Major ILB: Ronnie Simpson ILB: Aaden Rodgers OLB: Edwin Fitch CB: Franklin McCloughan CB: Nick Warren FS: Sidney Brown SS: Delonta Cooper K: Mickey Moreno P: Andrew Franklin KR: Richard Schaffer PR: Raekwon Thomas
  6. FCS Playoffs: Round 1 Review All 4 teams with the higher seed won their first round playoff matchup which led to a pretty straight forward round with no real surprise results... A few players did turn in surprise performances though which make the quarterfinals a whole lot more interesting. Thursday, February 28th 2019 #12 Montana (0-12) at #5 Illinois State (8-4) Highest seed versus lowest seed produced the type of game you would expect. Illinois State took the led early on and comfortably saw the rest of the game out with their defense coming up with 2 turnovers and 3 sacks. The Redbirds controlled this game and move on to the quarterfinals where they face Eastern Washington... they've toppled a few giants (North Dakota & North Dakota State) already this season so I reckon we could be in for an interesting matchup but they've seen first hand the damage Connor and the rest of the Eagles offsense can do when they met in week 13. Montana hadn't won a game all season and that hasn't changed so i'm sure the team is glad the seasons done and now they can set their sights on improving next year. Montana Grizzlies 7 – 27 Illinois State Redbirds Full game stats: #10 South Dakota State (2-10) at #7 Delaware (5-7) In my opinion, the most interesting matchup of this first round. To me, Delaware were the slightly stronger side but after recent performances in which we saw them lose 5 in a row, this game really could have gone either way. In the end the Fightin' Blue Hens edged it in what was easily the most exciting game of the week with Delaware Running Back Kaden Gilmore rushing for 128 yards and a touchdown. Delaware have to take on number 2 seed North Dakota who were won of the teams to defeat them in their 5 game slide. Now Delaware have got a win under their belt., they may have some more confidence which they'll need if they are going to stop Robbie Koehler and Co. For South Dakota State they should be feeling positive about next year, they have a new head coach and can go into the offseason on the back of a solid perfomance. I look forward to seeing what they do in 2023. South Dakota State 26 – 28 Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens Full game stats: Friday, March 1st 2019 #9 Youngstown State (4-8) at #8 Harvard (4-8) The rematch of week 14 which decided which of these teams was going to be hosting the other in this game went the exact same way it previously went... Cameron Whaley put in another huge shift against the Penguins which resulted in 155 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Crimson tore through the Penguins front seven on the way to a spot in the quarterfinals. Harvard have the toughest task being the lowest seed left in the playoffs as they now have the pleasure of travelling to Fargo to take on North Dakota State. Last time the teams met North Dakota were the victors but Whaley still ran for over 100 yards so expect another big performance from the young freshman if Harvard want to progress to the next round. Youngstown State looked to have found some rhythm midway through the season but couldn't keep it going. A much needed offseason is now here for them to reload, regroup and move on to next year. Youngstown State Penguins 14 – 24 Harvard Crimson Full game stats: #11 New Hampshire (1-11) at #6 Northern Iowa (7-5) Wow... this was always going to be a pretty favourable matchup for Northern Iowa but Panthers Running Back Raekwon Thomas was not messing about. He ran for 195 yards and 4 touchdowns and completely overshadowed strong performances from other backs around the conference and the defense even pitched a shutout... the best possible start to the playoffs for this Panthers team. Northern Iowa now face James Madison in a game that many seem to think they are the favourites in and I can see why. A defesnive shutout plus Raekwon Thomas somehow getting better every game he plays certainly poses a massive threat to #3 JMU who will need to contain that rushing attack to stand a chance. Looks like a very fun matchup is on the cards. New Hampshire have finally gotten a head coach who should bring some stability to the program, although this game didn't go how they would've planned, I'm sure they are already excited for next year to begin. New Hampshire Wildcats 0 – 42 Northern Iowa Panthers Full game stats: BYE: Eastern Washington (8-4, James Madison (9-3), North Dakota (9-3), North Dakota State (10-2) Playoff Picture
  7. Thanks guys, appreciate the opportunity and i'm excited to get involved with the NFL side of things.
  8. Thank you, proof read it multiple times but knew there would still be a mistake in there somewhere.
  9. 2022 FCS Awards Shortlist The inaugural regular season has come to a close for the FCS and a shortlist of it's best players has been compiled and narrowed down to 5 finalists for each award. I know FCS is not the most closely followed thing on this site so I have tried to include as much relevant information here so that you don’t have to do your own research if you don’t want to but can still vote with a general idea. The rest of the awards are being voted on by the conference but have left these awards open for everyone. Please, please have your say on the first ever FCS awards and cast your vote! It would be great to get the opinions of the entire community and celebrate how the teams have performed in their first season. Anyway, that’s enough rambling, here are your 2022 FCS award finalists. Link to poll - https://goo.gl/forms/wnoyvnr5R7RL7KsE3 Player of the Year Originally didn’t have this because I was basing the awards off of real-life FCS awards but awards have since been specified so for this year this list will consist of all 10 players from the offensive and defensive player of the year shortlists and for the sake of not repeating myself, these shortlists will contain all the relevant information/stats. Offensive Player of the Year *Passing/Rushing stats required 100 attempts min. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington Eagles) – Wide Receiver Stats: 92 receptions, 1189 yards, 17 TDs, 2 drops, 12.92 YPC, 99.08 YPG (12 statsheets) National Rankings: 1st in touchdowns - Tied 3rd in receptions Conference Rankings: 1st in catches, yardage, touchdowns, yards per game Summary: Having one of the best quarterbacks in the conference throwing to you certainly helps but these are monster receiving numbers (notably touchdowns) at both a conference and national level. The speedster only dropped 2 passes all year and finished top in a lot of conference rankings. Samuel Connor (Eastern Washington Eagles) – Quarterback Stats: 337/522, 64.56%, 3914 yards, 38 TDs, 6 INTs, 149.27 QBR (12 statsheets) National Rankings: 3rd in yardage - 2nd in touchdowns Conference Rankings: 1st in yardage, completion %, touchdowns, QBR Summary: Connor and his Eagles committed to being a pass heavy offense all season and despite every team knowing this, he still put up ridiculous numbers week in week out. The junior gets to return next year with a chance to beat all the conference records he just set and I’m sure the entire conference is thrilled about this... Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – Quarterback Stats: 339/575, 58.96%, 3808 yards, 34 TDs, 11 INTs, 130.27 QBR (12 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 2nd in yardage, touchdowns, yards per game Summary: Probably the front runner for this award in the first half of the season, transfer quarterback Koehler was tearing the league up with insane stats. Perhaps ‘slipped off’ (for his standards) towards the end of the season and lost some hype due to Samuel Connor but he kept throwing bombs and winning games. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State Bison) – Quarterback Stats: 236/366, 64.39%, 2852 yards, 24 TDs, 4 INTs, 149.41 QBR (12 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 1st in (least) interceptions, QBR - 2nd in completion % - 3rd in yardage, touchdowns Summary: Not the flashiest quarterback on the list in terms of statistics but his touchdown to interception ratio and win record is extremely impressive. McAllister was smart with the ball and knew exactly what he needed to do in order to put his team in position to win games each week. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa Panthers) – Runningback Stats: 293 attempts, 1459 yards, 19 TDs, 1 fumble lost, 4.98 YPC, 121.58 YPG (12 statsheets) National Rankings: Tied 3rd in touchdowns Conference Rankings: 1st in yardage, touchdowns, yards per game Summary: The senior transfer was the engine of Northern Iowa’s offense this season being responsible for nearly 50% of the total offensive yardage - Thomas: 1459 yards, Rest of offense: 1464 yards. He did all this behind an O-line that had an average rating of just 3.0 and without him Northern Iowa would almost definitely be looking at a much worse record. Defensive Player of the Year Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State Jackrabbits) – Defensive Tackle Stats: 30 tackles, 6 TFLs, 9 sacks, 1 FF (8 statsheets) National Rankings: 1st in sacks for a defensive tackle - Tied 9th in sacks overall Conference Rankings: Tied 1st in sacks - 4th in tackles for loss Summary: Ricks isn’t just the average space eater who takes up blocks and stops the run, he’s been effective for his team on all three downs this year. This interior defensive lineman leads the nation in sacks for a defensive tackle and ties the conference in sacks overall. Eddie Mills (Delaware) – Inside Linebacker Stats: 53 tackles, 2 TFLs, 3 INTs, 1 PD, 1 FF (9 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 1st in tackles - Tied 4th in interceptions Summary: The redshirt sophomore had a great season doing just about everything he could, including leading the conference in tackles by some margin. He was one of the few bright spots on a defense that struggled in the second half of the season and outperformed all of his teammates. Dillon Dickson (North Dakota Fightin’ Hawks) – Outside Linebacker Stats: 41 tackles, 1 TFLs, 2 sacks, 2 PDs, 2 FFs, 2 FRs (9 statsheets) National Rankings: 2nd in fumbles recovered Conference Rankings: 1st in fumbles recovered - 2nd in forced fumbles Summary: This whole Fightin’ Hawk defense was very good all year but Dickson still managed to make it better. He was involved in both the run game and in pass coverage; making plays just about every game he played. Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State) – Cornerback Stats: 14 tackles, 6 INTs, 6 PDs, 1 TD (7 statsheets) National Rankings: Tied 3rd in defensive touchdowns Conference Rankings: Tied 1st in interceptions, passes defended, defensive touchdowns Summary: Hard to find a single point to argue that Pierce isn’t best coverage cornerback in the conference tied first in interceptions and passes defended. The redshirt senior travelled with opponents’ number 1 receivers all year and did a solid job and even got a pick 6. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) – Free Safety Stats: 25 tackles, 6 INTs, 4 PDs, 1 TD (6 statsheets) National Rankings: Tied 3rd in defensive touchdowns Conference Rankings: Tied 1st in interceptions, defensive touchdowns Summary: Much like Pierce for State, North Dakota had their own star defensive back in Garrison who didn’t also show up on the stat sheet but when he did, it was in style. A key part in a defense that ranked 4th in the conference in yards given up. Freshman of the Year Jameson Beckwith (Northern Iowa) – Quarterback Stats: 116/191, 60.73%, 1358 yards, 11 TDs, 5 INTs, 134.23 QBR (12 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 5th in QBR Summary: No outrageous statistics here but with an offense designed to run through its star runningback, Beckwith did what he had to, when he had to do it. Starting at quarterback is a tough task for a true freshman but Beckwith produced some pretty good performances on route to a 6-5 record on the season. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) – Runningback Stats: 307 attempts, 1449 yards, 15 TDs, 6 fumbles lost, 4.72 YPC, 120.75 YPG (12 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 2nd in yardage, yards per game - 3rd in touchdowns Summary: Harvard have something special in this young tailback, even as a freshman they didn’t shy away from giving him a large workload and Whaley stepped up to the plate producing an impressive inaugural season that featured 11 100+ yard games behind an offensive line that averaged a rating of just 2.74. He did suffer some fumble issues early but appears to have somewhat corrected them, expect to see Whaleys name in the running for offensive player of the season in the coming years. Charles Wright (Youngstown State) – Defensive End Stats: 30 tackles, 9 TFLs, 6 sacks, 1 safety (8 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 1st in tackles for loss Summary: This young freshman couldn’t have asked for a better start to his college career, he lived in opponents’ backfields racking up 9 tackles for loss along with 6 sacks. Quarterbacks paid close attention to where Wright was lined up and will have to continue to do that for the foreseeable future. It’s hard to imagine Wright not making a leap next season too so expect to see him competing for that Defensive player of the year trophy. Sidney Brown (James Madison) – Free Safety Stats: 35 tackles, 6 INTs, 2 PDs (9 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: Tied 1st in interceptions Summary: Brown ended up on the stat sheet 9 times this season, snagging 6 interceptions and defending 2 passes. He was also a good tackler in space, racking up 35 tackles. He performed just as well as other more experienced safeties in the league and James Madison have the pleasure of keeping him for 3 more years. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – Punter Stats: 38.25 punting average (12 statsheets) National Rankings: - Conference Rankings: 2nd in punting average Summary: Punters are people too and this young man deserves to make this list for his work on the field. It might not be the position coaches highlight in the offseason as a big need but North Dakota State definitely don’t need to worry for the next few years as Franklin will be back there. Coach of the Year *Team ratings have been taken from the 2022 team rating spreadsheet created at the start of the season. Osukid2811 Team: Delaware Record: 5-7 Standing: 7th Team rating: 228.0 (6th in FCS) Eagles4Life Note: Took over in week 12 Team: Eastern Washington Record: 8-4 Standing: 4th Team rating: 268.4 (4th in FCS) Sagebow Team: Harvard Record: 4-8 Standing: 8th Team rating: 208.6 (9th in FCS) VerifiedThing Team: Illinois State Record: 8-4 Standing: 5th Team rating: 239.6 (5th in FCS) Suffocation Team: James Madison Record: 9-3 Standing: 3rd Team rating: 227.5 (7th in FCS) Acolyte_girl Team: Montana Record: 0-12 Standing: 12th Team rating: 175.2 (12th in FCS) TheSam Note: Took over in week 16 Team: New Hampshire Record: 1-11 Standing: 11th Team rating: 181.9 (11th in FCS) Dandidoo Team: North Dakota Record: 9-3 Standing: 2nd Team rating: 279.1 (3rd in FCS) SolutionA Team: North Dakota State Record: 10-2 Standing: 1st Team rating: 288.5 (2nd in FCS) No Coach - Note: excluded from votes Team: Northern Iowa Record: 6-5 Standing: 6th Team rating: 223.6 (8th in FCS) Ok1 Note: Took over in week 13 Team: South Dakota State Record: 2-10 Standing: 10th Team rating: 290.4 (1st in FCS) 8EqualsD Note: Took over in week 13 Team: Youngstown State Record: 4-8 Standing: Team rating: 204.3 (10th in FCS) Link to poll - https://goo.gl/forms/wnoyvnr5R7RL7KsE3
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  11. FCS Week 16 Review The 2022 regular season has come to an end with a couple of exciting games to finish, the standings are now final and we are all set for an exciting post season. Saturday, February 23rd 2019 Afternoon New Hampshire (1-10) at Harvard (3-8) Harvard secure the home tie versus Youngstown State in round 1 of the playoffs. I’m sure they would’ve liked to have won in a more comfortable fashion but a win is a win. New Hampshire Wildcats 21 – 24 Harvard Crimson Full game stats: North Dakota State (9-2) at North Dakota (9-2) Honours for the battle of North Dakota and the battle for number 1 seed go to the Bison this year after they dispatched the Fightin’ Hawks by slowing Robbie Koehler and the offense down with 2 big interceptions. Both teams have already secured the round 1 bye so will be enjoying a week of rest before the quarterfinals kick off. North Dakota State Bison 27 – 17 North Dakota Fightin’ Hawks Full game stats: BYE: Delaware (5-7), Eastern Washington (8-4), Illinois State (8-4), James Madison (9-3), Montana (0-12), Northern Iowa (7-5), South Dakota State (2-10), Youngstown State (4-8) Conference Standings Playoff Picture Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 3914 yards 2. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 3808 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 2852 yards - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 1459 yards 2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 1449 yards 3. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 1377 yards - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 1189 yards 2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 1023 yards 3. Nicholas Murphy (Eastern Washington) WR – 951 yards Touchdowns - Passing 1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 38 TDs 2. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 34 TDs T3. Cooper Fleming (James Madison) – 24 TDs T3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 24 TDs - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 19 TDs T2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 17 TDs T2. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 17 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 17 TDs 2. Belmore Norris (James Madison) WR – 11 TDs 3. Gabriel Sorensen (North Dakota) TE – 11 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.81 2. North Dakota State – 3.64 3. Eastern Washington – 3.28 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 53 Tackles 2. Austin Bright (North Dakota) ILB – 48 tackles 3. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 46 tackles Sacks 1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 9 sacks 2. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 9 sacks 3. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 8.5 sacks Interceptions T1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 6 INT T1. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 6 INT T1. Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State) CB – 6 INT Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 92.86% 2. Mickey Moreno (North Dakota State) – 90% 3. Alexander Davenport (Harvard) – 84% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 38.97 yards 2. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 38.14 yards 3. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.08 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. Eastern Washington – 4467 yards 2. North Dakota – 4357 yards 3. North Dakota State – 4113 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 2923 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 3294 yards 3. James Madison– 3326 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +9 2. James Madison - +7 T3. North Dakota - +5 T3. Eastern Washington - +5
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