Friday, September 4, 2009

NCAC Football in the News

Short of a playoff run, this might be the most exciting time of the football season. Every team is full of promise and high hopes. Players are on pins and needles, anxious to get out on the field. Fans can't wait for the opener, they've gone a whole year without their fix.

Readers can get ready for opening day with some season previews:

League preview in the Cleveland Plain Dealer
The three "Ws" listed in D3football's Around the Great Lakes column

Allegheny counting on healthy Tate via

Big Red not resting on their past via The Newark Advocate

After strong finish, Quakers eager to prove winning's no fluke via the Richmond Palladium-Item

2009 Preview

Lords revving up for 2009 season

Oberlin at Washington & Jefferson

Ohio Wesleyan
Bishops set to tackle challenging campaign via The Delaware Gazette (login required)

The Indianapolis Star small-college football preview
Adjustments up front via The Paper of Montgomery County
Drive for five via The Paper of Montgomery County

(all from Springfield News-Sun)
Tigers Return 21 starters
Witt QB ready to return after missing most of 2008

(all from Wooster Daily Record)
DeGrand found niche as linebacker
His job is to twin the game
Capsule look at the Wooster Defense
Position-by-position look at the Scots Offense

NCAC football kicks off tomorrow with eight games across the league:
Kenyon at Case, 12:00
Juniata at Allegheny, 1:00
Kalamazoo at Denison, 1:00
Ohio Wesleyan at Carnegie Mellon, 1:00
Rose-Hulman at Earlham, 1:00
Waynesburg at Wooster, 1:00
Oberlin at Washington & Jefferson, 7:00
Wittenberg at Olivet, 7:00

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