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  1. FCS Week 12 Review Thursday, January 17th, 2019 Night New Hampshire (1-7) at UMass (0-8) We nearly had the second FCS out of conference win from an unlikely candidate, New Hampshire marched into Hadley, MA and gave the winless Minutemen a run for their money. Unfortunately UMass would finish the game with their first win of the year but it took them the full 60 minutes to dispatch the Wildcats. The offensive line play from both sides was probably the most interesting stat with an average rating of 2.2 (Wildcats) and 2.6 (Minutemen) and both defenses racking up 3 sacks each. New Hampshire Wildcats 23 - 27 UMass Minutemen Full game stats: Saturday, January 19th, 2019 Afternoon Harvard (2-6) at Northern Iowa (4-4) I've been looking forward to this one for a few weeks now. Both these teams offenses have talented backfields that have no problems pounding the rock all day and both these teams defenses would've practised and game planned all week to stack the box and stop the run so it was going to come down to who had the better day, the Crimsons true freshman Cameron Whaley or the Panthers senior transfer Raekwon Thomas or so I thought... Turns out both teams couldn't stop the run and both running backs had great days with 26 carries and 2 touchdowns a piece but despite Whaley rushing for slightly more yardage it was Northern Iowa who came away with the win. Statically both teams were very similar but Northern Iowa had better field position for most of the game and capitalised off of it. Northern Iowa take another step closer to the top of the pack. They have their toughest game against JMU next week and if they can make use of their home field advantage and deadly rushing attack then they will most likely be getting a week of rest in the first round of the playoffs. Harvard Crimson 20 – 30 Northern Iowa Panthers Full game stats: South Dakota State (1-7) at James Madison (5-3) Whilst James Madison never gave up the lead in this one they certainly would've liked to have beaten the struggling Jackrabbits more comfortably than they did. Dukes Tight end Termaine Fortier continues to have an impressive year going for over 100 yards in this game and now leads the team in receiving yardage whilst Jackrabbits Running back Darnerian Hassan had a 2 touchdown performance which puts him at 7 for the year. James Madison keep themselves right in the thick of it and a win against Northern Iowa should all but secure them a first round bye but Raekwon Thomas and Co will be doing everything they can to keep it interesting for awhile longer. South Dakota State Jackrabbits 17 - 23 James Madison Dukes Eastern Washington (4-4) at Youngstown State (3-5) This talented Eastern Washington team finally found their Head Coach who is suitably named @Eagles4Life. He and the Eagles travelled to Ohio to take on the Penguins in his debut game which couldn't have gone much better if he tried. A solid win as the new coach got to have a good look at what he has in Quarterback Samuel Connor and the receiving core as he put up 409 yards and 4 touchdowns through the air. This offense has been fantastic all year without a Head Coach so getting one as the playoffs near has to be cause for concern for the other teams in the FCS. Eastern Washington Eagles 38 - 13 Youngstown State Penguins Night North Dakota (6-2) at Montana (0-8) After a much improved perfomance last week in which Montana had to be feeling good about, they had to welcome Robbie Koehler and the Fighting Hawks to town. Koehler threw for 340 yards and 3 touchdowns as the North Dakota offense threaded the Grizzlies. There's always next week for Montana, hopefully they can get a win! North Dakota did exactly what they needed to do and get another win to take them a step closer to facing the Bison for the first seed in the playoffs. North Dakota Fighting Hawks 38 - 14 Montana Grizzlies Full game stats: BYE: Delaware Blue Hens (5-4), Illinois State (6-3), North Dakota State (8-1) Conference Standings Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 2961 yards 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 2917 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 1948 yards - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 1123 yards 2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 1063 yards 3. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 997 yards - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 887 yards 2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 821 yards 3. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 698 yards Touchdowns - Passing 1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 28 TDs 2. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 27 TDs 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 18 TDs - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 15 TDs 2. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 14 TDs 3. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 12 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 13 TDs T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 8 TDs T2. Stevie Henderson (North Dakota State) WR – 8 TDs T2. Marquez Miller (Illinois State) WR – 8 TDs T2. Gabriel Sorensen (North Dakota) TE – 8 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.81 2. North Dakota State – 3.63 3. Eastern Washington – 3.31 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 39 tackles 2. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 36 Tackles 3. Austin Bright (North Dakota) ILB – 36 tackles Sacks 1. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 7 sacks 2. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 6 sacks T3. William Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 5.5 sacks T3. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 5.5 sacks Interceptions 1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 5 INT T2. Bradley Russell (New Hampshire) FS – 4 INT T2. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 4 INT T2. Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State) CB – 4 INT Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Mickey Moreno (North Dakota State) – 92.31% 2. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 91.67% 3. Jeremy Thomas (Northern Iowa) – 77.78% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 38.53 yards 2. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 38.35 yards 3. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.2 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. North Dakota – 3370 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 3332 yards 3. North Dakota State – 3119 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 2066 yards 2. Illinois State – 2386 yards 3. Eastern Washington – 2446 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +7 2. James Madison - +6 3. North Dakota - +5
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    AAF Discussion Thread

    Been following the AAF since it was announced and I’m actually really excited for something to fill the offseason void. I’ve got fairly low expectations going into it as it’s obviously not going to be played at the same level as the NFL but there are still some ballers on the rosters so I’m sure there will be some good games, besides any ball is good ball in my eyes. Rooting for the Atlanta Legends since the uniform is
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    Analyzing the NDSU Offense

    Wow, this was a really interesting and fun read. I've recently began to wonder what everyone that has been around for awhile thinks of the FCS and if they follow it or not so seeing something like this is great! Wholeheartedly agree with everything you have said, offensively they aren't particularly flashy, North Dakota has Robbie Koehler, Eastern Washington has Sameul Connor and Northern Iowa has Raekwon Thomas. All big guns (for the FCS) in which teams can run their offense through but NDSU has that nice balance of good all-round play and the correct gameplanning that puts them at the top of the conference and more than likely playing in the FCS championship game. I feel @SolutionA has had so much praise in this thread already that his head has probably doubled in size but I've also got to add in that hes managed to land 2 5* recruits and his class currently sits 59th in the nation... so not only has he got NDSU performing well right now, hes doing a fine job building for the future... Not ideal for me but big props to him. Also you mentioned: Am I being blind in being able to see individuals offensive line stats or is this just something only you have access to? Thanks for doing this @Soluna, I hope you find the time to do more in the future!
  4. FCS Week 11 Review As the weeks go by, the playoffs loom ever closer. Things are starting to get interesting for the teams in the top half of the table and we could still see lots of movement in the final 5 weeks. Saturday, January 12th, 2019 Morning Illinois State (5-3) at Delaware (5-3) A nice win for the Redbirds who continue to make a push for the top 4 and that round 1 playoff bye week, defeating Delaware certainly helps their cause as they knock off another opponent eyeing that spot. Illinois State Redbirds 28 – 10 Delaware Blue Hens Full game stats: Afternoon North Dakota State (7-1) at Harvard (2-5) Another win for the Bison who look increasingly likely to finish top of the division but they still have to play Illinois State and North Dakota in the coming weeks. The next few weeks don't get much easier for the Crimson as they take on a hot Northern Iowa and North Dakota but still very much have a chance at some victories. North Dakota State Bison 27 – 17 Harvard Crimson Full game stats: North Dakota (5-2) at South Dakota State (1-6) Despite slipping up versus Illinois State the Fighting Hawks still control their own destiny, if they win out before the final week they will have a shot at knocking off North Dakota State in the finale... providing they haven't already been knocked off. North Dakota Fighting Hawks 38 – 13 South Dakota State Jackrabbits Full game stats: Northern Iowa (3-4) at Montana (0-7) The Panthers make it 4 wins from the last 5 as they beat Montana, they take on James Madison in a couple of weeks and providing a few results fall their way could definitely find themselves in the top 4 at the end of the year. Montana put up 28 points!! they must be thinking they can pick up that elusive W before the season ends. Although they have Eastern Washington, James Madison and North Dakota on their schedule, they do have a struggling South Dakota State but perhaps they'll cause a few upsets to cause havoc at the top. Northern Iowa Panthers 37 – 28 Montana Grizzlies Full game stats: Night James Madison (4-3) at Eastern Washington (4-3) The Dukes needed this one to keep in contention for the top 4, they have what could be looked at as a somewhat easy finish to the season but will be doing their best to guard against complacency to get the best seed they can for the playoffs. Despite the Eagles falling to James Madison in this one, they too still have a shot at that week 1 playoff bye week, it was a narrow defeat in which the offense still performed to a high standard so i'm sure they are confident. James Madison Dukes 31 – 24 Eastern Washington Eagles Full game stats: BYE: New Hampshire (1-7), Youngstown State (3-5) Conference Standings Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 2621 yards 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 2508 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 1948 yards - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 1002 yards 2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 997 yards 3. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 929 yards - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 750 yards 2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 740 yards 3. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 698 yards Touchdowns - Passing T1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 24 TDs T1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 24 TDs 2. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 18TDs - Rushing T1. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 13 TDs T1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 13 TDs T2. Ivan Baldwin (North Dakota State) RB – 11 TDs T2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 11 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 11 TDs T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 8 TDs T2. Stevie Henderson (North Dakota State) WR – 8 TDs T2. Marquez Miller (Illinois State) WR – 8 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.84 2. North Dakota State – 3.63 3. Eastern Washington – 3.28 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 39 tackles 2. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 36 Tackles 3. Edwin Fitch (Youngstown State) OLB – 35 tackles Sacks 1. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 7 sacks 2. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 6 sacks T3. William Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 5.5 sacks T3. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 5.5 sacks Interceptions T1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 4 INT T1. Bradley Russell (New Hampshire) FS – 4 INT T1. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 4 INT T1. Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State) CB – 4 INT Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Mickey Moreno (North Dakota State) – 92.31% 2. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 91.67% 3. Jeremy Thomas (Northern Iowa) – 77.78% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 38.53 yards 2. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 38.35 yards 3. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.15 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. North Dakota State – 3119 yards 2. North Dakota – 2969 yards 3. Eastern Washington – 2862 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 2066 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 2222 yards 3. Illinois State – 2386 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +7 2. James Madison - +5 3. North Dakota - +4
  5. FCS Week 10 Review A small portion of games this week which is helpful because my workload has increased a ridiculous amount since the Christmas break so here is a quick write up. Hopefully I will continue to get these out every week but they may be slightly later than usual so please bare with. Saturday, January 5th, 2019 Afternoon Delaware (5-2) at North Dakota State (6-1) North Dakota State somehow look even more scary than they have done all season, putting together a complete game by executing in all three phases of the game as they easily dispatched a good Delaware team. Bison running back Ivan Baldwin went for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns off 21 touches. Delaware Blue Hens 3 – 31 North Dakota State Bison Full game stats: Youngstown State (2-5) at New Hampshire (1-6) A good win for Youngstown as New Hampshire suffers their 5th straight defeat. A strong defensive showing from the Penguins with notable performances from defensive end Charles Wright lived in the backfield with 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack and a safety and linebacker Daveon Williams racking up 7 tackles and a forced fumble which he also recovered. Youngstown State Penguins 22 – 13 New Hampshire Wildcats Full game stats: Northern Iowa (2-4) at Illinois State (5-2) The Panthers continue their midseason run of the table as they cause this weeks upset with a close win over Illinois State. Running back Raekwon Thomas continues to elevate the performance of everyone around him as he went for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Redbirds managed 28 points and played a decent game but unfortunately for them Thomas had other ideas. Northern Iowa Panthers 34 – 28 Illinois State Redbirds Full game stats: BYE: Eastern Washington (4-3), Harvard (2-5), James Madison (4-3), Montana (0-7), North Dakota (5-2), South Dakota State (1-6) Conference Standings Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 2323 yards 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 2199 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 1739 yards - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 877 yards 2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 860 yards 3. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 820 yards - Receiving 1. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 668 yards 2. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 661 yards 3. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 644 yards Touchdowns - Passing T1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 21 TDs T1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 21 TDs 2. Brad McCaffery (Youngstown State) – 16 TDs 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 16TDs - Rushing 1. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 12 TDs T2. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 10 TDs T2. Ivan Baldwin (North Dakota State) RB – 10 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 10 TDs T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 7 TDs T2. Stevie Henderson (North Dakota State) WR – 7TDs T2. Marquez Miller (Illinois State) WR – 7 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.79 2. North Dakota State – 3.63 3. Eastern Washington – 3.29 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Edwin Fitch (Youngstown State) OLB – 35 tackles 2. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 33 tackles 3. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 32 Tackles Sacks T1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 6 sacks T1. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 6 sacks T2. William Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 5.5 sacks T2. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 5.5 sacks Interceptions T1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 4 INT T1. Bradley Russell (New Hampshire) FS – 4 INT T1. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 4 INT T1. Shamarcus Pierce (North Dakota State) CB – 4 INT Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Mickey Moreno (North Dakota State) – 90.91% 2. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 90% 3. Jeremy Thomas (Northern Iowa) – 73.33% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 38.53 yards 2. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.51 yards 3. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 38 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. North Dakota State – 2774 yards 2. North Dakota – 2598 yards 3. Eastern Washington – 2519 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 1892 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 1900 yards 3. James Madison – 2082 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +7 2. James Madison - +4 3. Eastern Washington - +3
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    [CFBHC] Register your Initial Coaching Skills

    Base starting skills Offense: 10 Defense: 10 Special Teams: 10 Clock Mgmt: 10 Discipline: 10 Youth Mgmt: 10 CFBHC Career: James Madison Dukes (2022 - Present) NFLHC Career: N/A Achievements: N/A
  7. FCS Week 9 Review All but one team in action in week 9 which featured the first FCS victory against an FBS team. We've come close a few times this season but Eastern Washington managed to pull off the upset and make history for the FCS. Friday, December 28th, 2018 Night James Madison (3-3) at Youngstown State (2-4) After a tough stretch of games in which James Madison hit the road to face Illinois State, Virginia Tech and North Dakota State, this game would've been a much welcomed sight as they stayed on the road to take on the struggling Penguins. Tight End Tremaine Fortier had another impressive day leading the Dukes in receptions with 5 for 102 yards and a touchdown. For Youngstown State, they couldn't get much moving on offense throwing 2 interceptions and managing just 23 yards on the ground. James Madison Dukes 24 – 10 Youngstown State Penguins Full game stats: Saturday, December 29th, 2018 Morning Delaware (4-2) at New Hampshire (1-5) Delaware probably looked at this game as abit of a tune up before travelling to North Dakota State next week but they started slowly in the first as the Wildcats stunned them with 2 quick touchdowns. Down 13-7 the Blue Hens began to wake up as they put 20 unanswered points on the board and seal the victory. Week 8 Player of the Week Daniel Padgett continued to string together a set of good performances as he went for 102 yards and a touchdown off of 7 receptions. Delaware Blue Hens 27 – 20 New Hampshire Wildcats Full game stats: Afternoon North Dakota (5-1) at Illinois State (4-2) It would be disrespectful to the Redbirds to call this an upset but North Dakota have been cruising so far this season so Illinois State will definitely be amped up about this one. The defense played a great game sacking MVP candidate Robbie Koehler 3 times and picking him off twice, Koehler still put up 309 yards and 2 touchdowns but the Redbirds did enough to hold onto the lead their offense created for them. North Dakota Fighting Hawks 24 – 27 Illinois State Redbirds Full game stats: North Dakota State (5-1) at South Dakota State (1-5) The Bison had to travel home with some additional weight in the back of the bus as they won the inaugural South vs North showdown for the Dakota Marker. The Jackrabbits have struggled so far this season with just one win and whilst the Bison dominated the game, they continued to fight scoring 16 points in the final 15. North Dakota State Quarterback Zack McAllister had a game to remember as he threw for 210 yards, 2 touchdowns and scrambled for another 2 scores. North Dakota State Bison 38 – 22 South Dakota State Jackrabbits Full game stats: Night Montana (0-6) at BYU (4-2) Ouch... Not a great look for a Montana team that has been on the ropes for much of the season. Make no mistakes this BYU team is a good one and should beat every team in the FCS but unfortunately for the Grizzlies, they had the pleasure of getting a 50 burger put on them as well as being shutout. Montana managed just 75 yards of offense and Quaterback Gabriel Gage spent most of his time on his back as he was sacked 4 times. Montana Grizzlies 0 – 52 BYU Cougars Full game stats: Eastern Washington (3-3) at New Mexico State (0-6) Lets goooooooooo! The Eagles make history and grab the first FCS over FBS victory in their first season.New Mexico State have yet to record a win so far this season and their struggles continue as Eastern Washington outplayed them in every phase of the game. Quarterback Samuel Connor had another solid outing as he put up 281 yards and 3 touchdowns hooking up with his favourite target Percy Brown for 102 of those yards and 1 TD. Eastern Washington Eagles 27 – 17 New Mexico State Aggies Full game stats: BYE: Northern Iowa (3-3) Conference Standings Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 2323 yards 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 2199 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 1495 yards - Rushing 1. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 820 yards 2. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 757 yards 3. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 749 yards - Receiving 1. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 668 yards 2. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 661 yards 3. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 562 yards Touchdowns - Passing T1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 21 TDs T1. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 21 TDs 2. Brad McCaffery (Youngstown State) – 15 TDs - Rushing 1. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 12 TDs 2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 9 TDs T3. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 8 TDs T3. Ivan Baldwin (North Dakota State) RB – 8 TDs T3. Willie Peters (James Madison) RB – 8 TDs T3. Kaden Gilmore (Delaware) RB – 8 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 10 TDs 2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 7 TDs T3. Desmond Mercer (James Madison) WR – 6 TDs T3. Stevie Henderson (North Dakota State) WR – 6 TDs T3. Gabriel Sorensen (North Dakota) TE – 6 TDs T3. Marquez Miller (Illinois State) WR – 6 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.79 2. North Dakota State – 3.65 3. Eastern Washington – 3.29 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Edwin Fitch (Youngstown State) OLB – 35 tackles 2. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 33 tackles 3. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 32 Tackles Sacks T1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 6 sacks T1. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 6 sacks T2. William Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 4.5 sacks T2. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 4.5 sacks T2. Quentin Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 4.5 sacks Interceptions T1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 4 INT T1. Bradley Russell (New Hampshire) FS – 4 INT T1. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 4 INT Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 90% 2. Mickey Moreno (North Dakota State) – 90% 3. Jeremy Thomas (Northern Iowa) – 75% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.51 yards 2. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 37.9 yards 3. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 37.87 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. North Dakota – 2598 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 2519 yards 3. North Dakota State – 2373 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 1696 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 1900 yards 3. Illinois State – 1905 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +5 2. James Madison - +4 3. Eastern Washington - +3
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    [2022] Week #9 - Saturday Night

    Yeah first since the teams have been playable. Both JMU and NDSU came within a score of beating their FBS opponent but this is the first victory. Lets go EWU!!!
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    [2022] FCS POTW Week #8

    FCS Players of the Week Small slate of games/players to choose from this week as just 5 FCS teams were in action. Offensive Player of the Week Daniel Padgett TE Delaware 6 receptions, 94 yards, 1 TD In this close game Tight End Daniel Padgett managed to score the Blue Hens only touchdown as he created mismatches all day against a Harvard defense that kept the receivers fairly quiet. Defensive Player of the Week North Dakota State Defense, 13 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 interception 1 pass defended Something a little different this week, due to the limited number of games no individual particularly stood out but North Dakota States defense as a unit balled out against a much stronger Texas Tech team. Notably holding Heisman Candidate Solomon McLaughlin to just 119 yards and 0 touchdowns on the ground when he had been averaging 175 yards per games versus FBS opponents. Special teams Player of the Week Michael Richards K Delaware 1/1 XP 3/4 FG: 23, 27, 38 - 46 Despite missing his longest attempt of the day, Kicker Michael Richards earns Special teams Player of the Week honours for being perfect in overtime as he hit the game winner from 38 to seal the win for his team.
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    [2022] FCS POTW Week #7

    FCS Players of the Week Offensive Player of the Week Frankie Boone RB Illinois State 21 carries, 134 yards, 3 TD's, long of 28T Whilst it may have been against a Montana team that sits bottom of the conference, Boone had a strong showing, averaging 6.38 yards per carry and finding the endzone three times in Illinois States victory. Defensive Player of the Week Nick Warren CB James Madison 2 tackles, 1 interception, 2 passes defended Going up against the number 1 team in the FCS, Nick Warren turned in a great performance keeping NDSU's top receiver (Stevie Henderson) quiet, holding him to just 4 receptions for 50 yards. Special teams Player of the Week Larry Cole P Eastern Washington Averaged 40.0 yards per punt In a week where no one really stood out on special teams this one goes to Eastern Washington's Punter for averaging 40 yards per punt. Cole currently sits on top of the FCS in punt average for the season and this was his best game to date.
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    [2022] Week #9 - FNF

    Going by the Power Rankings we *should* have an easier second half of the season so fingers crossed for plenty more dubs!
  12. FCS Week 8 Review I hope everyone had a good Christmas, week 8 finished just before the holidays but the busy time of the year meant the weekly roundup had to wait a little while longer so I do apologise for that. Week 8 is in the books and every team in the FCS has now played 6 games which makes it much easier to see where everyone is at statistically. Saturday, December 22nd, 2018 Afternoon Harvard (2-3) at Delaware (3-2) This game went to double overtime yet ended with a mere 29 points... combined. It was a very closely fought game with the two teams matching each other score for score, but the Blue Hens will probably be thinking they should've put the game away after 60. They had nearly 100 more yards on offense but sloppy play in the redzone by Quarterback Jeffery Guzman led to two costly interceptions that kept Harvard around. In the end Delaware Kicker Michael Richards kept a cool head to convert from 38 yards after Harvard failed to score any points on their 2nd overtime drive. Harvard Crimson 13 – 16 Delaware Blue Hens Full game stats: New Hampshire (1-4) at North Dakota (4-1) This one was a bit of a surprise whilst North Dakota got the job done it was not in the usual way we have come to expect from a Robbie Koehler led offense. Koehler failed to throw a touchdown but did throw an interception during his 26/46, 280 yard day. New Hampshire couldn't keep up putting points on the board but the defense played well and held the Fighting Hawks to their second lowest 'points for' total this season which for a team sitting at 1-4 has to provide some hope. New Hampshire Wildcats 13 – 23 North Dakota Fighting Hawks Full game stats: Evening North Dakota State (5-0) at Texas Tech (4-1) So close, again! The FCS once more has a solid outing against far superior opponents but can’t quite pull off the upset. North Dakota State travelled to Lubbock, Texas to take on the Red Raiders and Heisman hopeful Solomon McLaughlin. The Bison should be real proud of what they achieved in this one, primarily keeping McLaughlin in check, he managed just 119 yards which may seem a lot but once you take into account that he averaged 175 yards per game before this one against FBS opposition its actually pretty impressive. North Dakota State Bison 23 – 27 Texas Tech Red Raiders Full game stats: BYE: Eastern Washington (3-3), Illinois State (4-2), James Madison (3-3), Montana (0-6), Northern Iowa (3-3), South Dakota State (1-5), Youngstown State (2-4) Conference Standings Season Statistics Offensive Leaders Yardage - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 1734 yards 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 1918 yards 3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 1495 yards - Rushing 1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 757 yards 2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 749 yards 3. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 631 yards - Receiving 1. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 568 yards 2. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 562 yards 3. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 559 yards Touchdowns - Passing 1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 19 TDs 2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 18 TDs T3. Brad McCaffery (Youngstown State) – 14 TDs T3. Zach McAllister (North Dakota State) – 14 TDs - Rushing 1. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) RB – 11 TDs 2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 9 TDs T3. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 8 TDs T3. Ivan Baldwin (North Dakota State) RB – 8 TDs - Receiving 1. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 9 TDs T2. Stevie Henderson (North Dakota State) WR – 6 TDs T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 6 TDs T2. Desmond Mercer (James Madison) WR – 6 TDs Offensive Line Average 1. North Dakota – 3.93 2. North Dakota State – 3.65 3. Eastern Washington – 3.3 Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Eddie Mills Jr. (Delaware) ILB – 32 Tackles 2. Edwin Fitch (Youngstown State) OLB – 31 tackles 3. Ronnie Simpson (Eastern Washington) ILB – 28 tackles Sacks 1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 6 sacks 2. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 5 sacks T3. William Thompson (North Dakota State) DE – 4.5 sacks T3. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE- 4.5 sacks Interceptions 1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 4 INT 2. Franklin McCloughan (Harvard) CB – 3 INT 2. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 3 INT *3 other defensive players have 3 interceptions Special Team Leaders Field Goal % 1. Gabriel Butler (Montana) – 100% 2. Jeremy Thomas (Northern Iowa) – 87.5% 3. Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 85.71% Longest Field Goal Harrison Hacker (South Dakota State) – 55 yards Punt Average 1. Larry Cole (Eastern Washington) – 38.35 yards 2. Brian Leon (Illinois State) – 37.93 yards 3. Andrew Franklin (North Dakota State) – 37.9 yards Team Statistics Total Offense 1. North Dakota – 2237 yards 2. Eastern Washington – 2198 yards 3. North Dakota State – 2052 yards Total Defense 1. North Dakota State – 1445 yards 2. Illinois State – 1544 yards 3. Eastern Washington – 1641 yards Turnover Difference 1. North Dakota State - +5 T2. Eastern Washington - +3 T2. James Madison - +3 T2. North Dakota - +3
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    The guy has been outstanding. Leads the FCS in receptions, yardage and touchdowns this season.
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    The state of North Dakota continues to dominate the FCS. Looking forward to week 16 when the two square off against each other, could very well be the preview for the championship game.
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