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Title: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 30, 2006, 10:10:21 pm
I'm going to keep the results here of previous front-page polls, since there's been occasional requests for such information. Not leaving the board open for discussion, though, just information storage.

Who would you have picked as first-team quarterback?
Mike Orihel, Rowan: 22.1%
Andy Collins, Occidental: 21.1%
Mike Jorris, Mount Union: 17.7%
Justin Jacobs, UW-Whitewater: 13.9%
Rocky Pentello, Capital: 9.5%
Kam Kniss, North Central: 7.8%
Chris Warrick, Wesley: 6.6%
3204 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 04, 2006, 09:03:28 pm
Conference preseason polls are primarily what?
Projection: 37.4%
History: 25.8%
Conjecture: 14.8%
Accurate: 12.6%
Posturing: 8.8%
1088 votes

I chose posturing because I know coaches will rate themselves low in order to try to affect the final outcome and fire up their team, or overrate another team to try to get it ahead of their own team, etc.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 11, 2006, 02:15:47 am
What should McMurry do? (See story linked above.)
Take legal action against the NCAA: 41.0%
Remain Indians, face playoff hosting ban: 20.6%
Change nickname from Indians: 13.3%
Return to the NAIA: 11.9%
Change nickname but continue Indian traditions: 11.7%
1050 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 15, 2006, 12:28:41 am
Which will be the first highly ranked team to lose?
Capital: 19.7%
Wesley: 14.7%
Rowan: 14.2%
Linfield: 12.7%
UW-Whitewater: 13.1%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 8.8%
St. John's: 8.7%
Mount Union: 6.8%
1935 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 20, 2006, 11:48:36 pm
Should there be a Division III-wide roster limit?
No, no roster limit: 45.9%
Yes, at 100 players: 23.6%
Yes, at 125 players: 14.8%
Yes, at 85 players: 9.4%
Yes, at 150 players: 5.4%
2766 votes

I notice that 53.2% of respondents favored some kind of limit, though the numbers vary.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 29, 2006, 09:47:03 pm
Which first-year program will have the best season?
LaGrange: 46.1%
Morrisville State: 29.8%
SUNY-Maritime: 22.9%
1317 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 02, 2006, 10:53:38 am
Of the teams playing opening night, who will finish 2006 with the most wins?
UW-Stout: 62.0%
Catholic, Hamline and Shenandoah combined: 36.4%
766 votes

Scoreboard so far: Hamline+Catholic+Shenandoah 2, UW-Stout one.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 04, 2006, 02:10:03 pm
Where were you this weekend?
At a game, staying dry:  33.2%
At home staying dry:  23.8%
At a game, soaking wet:  23.3%
My team's off and I didn't bother:  15.0%
At more than one game:  4.1%
1180 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 07, 2006, 12:29:30 am
Did you notice the NCAA's speed-up rules at work this weekend?
Yes, and I didn't like it: 48.9%
Yes, and I liked them: 23.4%
What speed-up rules?: 17.2%
No, but I wish I had: 5.0%
No, and I hope I never do: 4.4%
1510 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 10, 2006, 12:32:44 am
W&J grads have recently been named NFL commissioner and mayor of Pittsburgh. What's next?
W&J snaps two-game losing streak: 57.2%
W&J replaces Pluto as ninth planet: 20.2%
Super Bowl XLVII in Heinz Field: 9.0%
W&J grad named Pirates No. 5 starter: 7.6%
W&J grad replaces Bill Gates at Microsoft: 4.9%
960 votes

Voters needed more of a sense of humor here. :)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 13, 2006, 12:44:43 am
What's the biggest surprise this week?
Linfield losing to Western Oregon: 32.1%
CNU's one-week turnaround: 18.1%
Concordia (Wis.) win at North Central: 12.3%
Springfield throwing for 107 yards, winning: 11.4%
Newport News, Guilford, Catholic all 2-0: 8.7%
Adrian shut out in brand-new stadium: 8.1%
Macalester, Mass. Maritime both win: 8.1%
2569 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 16, 2006, 10:56:46 pm
Which of these Saturday games will be most competitive?
Linfield/Hardin-Simmons: 58.5%
UW-Whitewater/Azusa Pacific: 16.2%
Delaware Valley/Wilkes: 24.4%
1938 votes

Despite the Linfield/HSU fans' picks, Delaware Valley/Wilkes was the most competitive, going to overtime.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 20, 2006, 10:47:20 pm
What is Linfield's fate the rest of the season?
Runs the table, makes playoffs: 33.2%
Runs the table, misses playoffs: 21.6%
Loses record streak of winning seasons: 20.0%
Also loses to Whitworth: 16.3%
Also loses to Southern Oregon: 7.2%
1747 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 24, 2006, 01:51:18 am
Which New York team will advance furthest in the NCAA playoffs?
Ithaca: 28.5%
St. John Fisher: 19.1%
Union: 13.6%
Cortland State: 13.5%
Hobart: 9.2%
Alfred: 5.7%
RPI: 9.6%
2425 votes

The line on this one moved significantly after Saturday's game.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2006, 06:53:06 pm
Cancelled last year, postponed this year. Where should DePauw and Trinity (Texas) play next year?
Alamodome: 27.6%
Area 51: 20.3%
Dick Cheney's: 18.1%
They should just give up and not schedule it: 17.8%
Hoosier Dome: 15.1%
1963 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 01, 2006, 12:21:34 pm
Which Around the Nation bounceback team is least likely to make the playoffs?
Springfield: 22.4%
Christopher Newport: 20.0%
Wheaton: 20.6%
Hardin-Simmons: 18.9%
Wartburg: 16.7%
1484 votes

Not a lot of consensus here.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 05, 2006, 02:26:01 pm
Which winning team most deserved to get passed in the rankings this week?
Rowan: 29.5%
Hobart: 18.6%
Delaware Valley: 26.3%
None: 15.5%
Central: 9.2%
1988 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 07, 2006, 06:24:01 pm
Carleton has St. Thomas, Hamline, Augsburg, Moorhead, St. Olaf and Gustavus left. How do they finish?
6-4: 24.9%
7-3: 18.8%
5-5: 18.2%
9-1: 10.4%
4-6: 9.8%
8-2: 8.8%
3-7: 8.1%
970 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 10, 2006, 08:23:48 pm
Does Mount Union's crushing of ONU change your opinion of the Purple Raiders destiny this season?
No, I already thought they'd win it all: 50.6%
No, I still think they won't win it all: 26.3%
Yes, now I think they'll win it all: 14.3%
Yes, now I think they're set to get knocked off: 7.1%
2719 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 14, 2006, 10:26:12 pm
Which Run to the Playoffs weekend will be the best?
UW-La Crosse at UW-Whitewater: 44.9%
UW-Whitewater at Mary Hardin-Baylor: 26.3%
Cortland State at Rowan: 20.1%
Central-Cornell, Coe-Wartburg: 7.8%
2537 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 19, 2006, 09:43:07 pm
If Justin Beaver misses six weeks, will UWW still be playing (regional finals)?
No: 53.8%
Yes: 45.1%
2895 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 21, 2006, 04:48:22 pm
Who will win Saturday's Springfield/St. John Fisher game?
Springfield by 1-10: 30.1%
St. John Fisher by 1-10: 29.9%
St. John Fisher by 11+: 24.7%
Springfield by 11+: 13.8%
1005 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 26, 2006, 02:16:47 am
Which Top 25 upset was most surprising?
Marietta over No. 20 Ohio Northern: 35.4%
Emory and Henry over No. 21 Bridgewater: 27.1%
Susquehanna over No. 23 Delaware Valley: 21.9%
No. 17 Springfield over No. 14 St. John Fisher: 14.5%
3681 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 28, 2006, 06:03:56 pm
Which game is most likely to be won by the lower-ranked team?
No. 2 UWW at No. 6 UMHB: 32.7%
No. 14 Springfield at No. 20 Ithaca: 25.4%
No. 4 Capital at No. 1 Mount Union: 17.7%
None will be won by the lower-ranked team: 15.2%
No. 21 Mt. St. Joseph at Defiance: 7.2%
2810 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 04, 2006, 11:12:34 am
Which Top 25 team losing today won't make the playoffs?
No. 18 Christopher Newport: 43.9%
No. 7 Rowan: 25.1%
No. 14 Springfield: 15.4%
No. 4 Capital: 6.9%
No. 6 Mary Hardin-Baylor: 6.7%
4970 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 05, 2006, 08:26:51 am
If you're sitting at home today, which game are you most likely to listen to?
Linfield/Whitworth: 22.3%
Rowan/Cortland State: 21.8%
Union/Hobart: 13.4%
Averett/Christopher Newport: 8.9%
Parts of all of the above: 1.4%
Some other game: 31.5%
1200 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2006, 01:06:17 am
Which game involving a ranked East teams was most surprising?
Alfred knocking off Ithaca: 55.4%
Rowan edging Cortland in OT: 25.1%
Union winning handily at Hobart: 18.6%
2334 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 11, 2006, 05:27:04 pm
If the final Pool C spot came down to Cortland, Franklin and Wartburg, as projected, who should go?
Cortland State: 53.2%
Wartburg: 29.8%
Franklin: 15.7%
1786 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2006, 11:06:38 am
Which result Saturday was more surprising?
Bethel winning MIAC at St. John's:  61.8%
Millsaps ending Trinity's 13-year SCAC streak:  37.4%
906 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2006, 03:19:56 pm
How many deer-in-the-headlights moments will Pat have on the air?
Two, when he tries to explain geographic proximity:  36.5%
None, he's learned:  24.5%
More than two and he's not asked back:  23.6%
One, same as last year:  13.8%
318 votes

Never let it be said I can't poke fun at myself. :)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 15, 2006, 12:26:57 pm
What's most troubling about this bracket?
Cortland State out: 48.0%
The repeated Texas pairing: 29.8%
A potential rematch of both '05 semis: 14.2%
Franklin out: 6.4%
3749 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 19, 2006, 12:11:49 am
Which campus should be most excited about ending its playoff drought?
Carnegie Mellon: 31.0%
Millsaps: 22.6%
Wittenberg: 16.6%
Washington and Lee: 15.8%
Dickinson: 12.7%
2880 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2006, 11:11:46 pm
Which rematch had the most surprising result?
None: 35.4%
Concordia/North Central: 31.0%
HSU/UMHB: 16.0%
Capital/Wittenberg: 15.5%
1571 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 24, 2006, 10:09:40 am
Who has the best chance against a No. 1 seed Saturday?
Rowan at Wilkes: 45.5%
UW-La Crosse at UW-Whitewater: 24.0%
Carnegie Mellon at Wesley: 17.1%
Wheaton at Mount Union: 11.8%
3377 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2006, 06:53:26 pm
Will there be turkey at your tailgate Saturday?
Yes: 28.6%
No, no tailgating left in our season: 28.4%
No, we're trying to escape leftovers: 26.8%
Yes, but we're trying to disavow that guy: 14.7%
665 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 29, 2006, 01:24:42 pm
Will we see rematches of last year's semifinals?
Yes, both: 36.5%
Yes, just Rowan/Mount Union: 30.1%
Yes, just Whitewater/Wesley: 18.7%
No, neither: 13.4%
3085 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 03, 2006, 01:47:38 am
Which game are you most focused on this weekend?
St. John's at UW-Whitewater: 34.4%
Capital at Mount Union: 25.5%
Rowan at St. John Fisher: 23.3%
Mary Hardin-Baylor at Wesley: 15.9%
5319 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 05, 2006, 03:31:05 pm
Does St. John Fisher have a shot at Mount Union?
A shot? Sure, but they won't win: 43.8%
No, no shot: 28.8%
More than a shot, they'll get it done: 26.2%
4047 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 09, 2006, 07:20:15 pm
Who's the best running back left in the playoffs?
Nate Kmic: 41.7%
Justin Beaver: 38.0%
Mark Robinson: 19.0%
4162 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 11, 2006, 12:16:54 pm
Of the teams playing opening night, who will finish 2006 with the most wins?
UW-Stout: 62.0%
Catholic, Hamline and Shenandoah combined: 36.4%
766 votes

Scoreboard so far: Hamline+Catholic+Shenandoah 2, UW-Stout one.

Final score: Hamline (3)+Catholic (3)+Shenandoah(2)=8, UW-Stout 3.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2006, 12:03:41 pm
Are you coming to Salem?
No, but I'd like to: 52.5%
No, no thanks: 17.0%
Yes, and I'm a UW-Whitewater fan: 12.8%
Yes, and I'm a Mount Union fan: 11.9%
Yes, and I'm a fan of another D-III team: 4.8%
3802 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2006, 03:59:03 am
Which Gagliardi finalist would you have voted for?
Ryan Kleppe, UW-Whitewater: 55.4%
Josh Brehm, Alma: 22.5%
Tom Arcidiacono, Union: 12.4%
Jordan Neal, Hardin-Simmons: 7.3%
1093 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 14, 2006, 05:27:09 pm
Which "stud" defensive lineman will have a bigger game Saturday?
Ryan Kleppe, UW-Whitewater: 57.2%
Justen Stickley, Mount Union: 41.8%
1735 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2006, 07:51:28 pm
Which "stud" running back will have a bigger game Saturday?
Nate Kmic: 57.8%
Justin Beaver: 41.1%
1592 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on January 17, 2007, 01:30:43 pm
Who would you have picked as Most Outsanding Player?
Pierre Garcon: 35.0%
Greg Micheli: 31.5%
The interior O-line: 21.2%
Other: 5.7%
Matt Kostelnik: 5.1%
4264 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 13, 2007, 08:30:22 pm
How far will Michael Allan get in his NFL quest?
He'll make a practice squad: 31.7%
He'll get cut in camp and not get picked up: 21.0%
He'll sign a free agent deal and make a team: 17.0%
He won't get an offer: 16.4%
He'll be drafted and make a team: 12.5%
2422 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on June 15, 2007, 12:27:50 pm
What do you think of Jim Zebrowski's move?
It's a step up: 47.3%
It's a lateral move: 27.1%
It's a step down: 24.6%
862 votes

This started running on June 6. Sorry, forgot to post these results for a while. :)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 24, 2007, 11:46:31 am
Started running July 15:

If Mount Union had entered the world championships in the USA's place, where would the Purple Raiders finish?
First: 68.3%
Second, losing to Japan: 13.2%
Somewhere lower: 11.8%
Third: 4.8%
2288 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 03, 2007, 03:18:48 pm
Which Aug. 30 game are you most interested in?
UW-Eau Claire at SW Minn. St.: 36.9%
Millsaps at Mississippi College: 28.2%
Moravian at Susquehanna: 13.8%
Ursinus at La Salle: 12.3%
Tri-State at Manchester: 7.6%
1402 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 15, 2007, 01:53:25 pm
Which of the recently predicted conference champs is least likely to actually win its league?
N.C. Wesleyan, USAC: 18.8%
Ursinus, Centennial: 18.4%
Wabash, NCAC: 16.8%
W&J, Presidents: 16.1%
Hope, MIAA: 14.0%
Mount St. Joseph, HCAC: 13.8%
2096 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 21, 2007, 05:08:28 pm
What do you think the maximum number of players is who can be fairly evaluated in preseason practice?
Fewer than 100: 25.6%
100: 23.7%
125: 20.2%
No limit: 13.4%
150: 11.9%
200: 2.8%
175: 1.5%
2365 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 29, 2007, 10:41:02 am
Does your favorite school broadcast games online, and in what way?
Audio only, for all games: 61.3%
No online broadcast: 11.0%
Audio for some games: 7.6%
Video for home games: 7.3%
Video for all games: 6.5%
Video for selected games: 5.5%
1302 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 01, 2007, 09:57:15 pm
Are you attending a game this weekend?
Yes, my team is playing: 56.8%
No, no game for me: 31.9%
My team is off but I'll see another game: 5.5%
*A* game? Try more than one!: 5.3%
1404 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 05, 2007, 10:57:36 am
Which 70-spot from Saturday was more surprising?
Mount beating Averett 72-0 at the half: 59.9%
Kenyon beating Grinnell 70-35: 38.9%
1959 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2007, 01:28:46 am
Did you notice the changed speed-up rules in play this weekend?
What speed-up rules?: 63.5%
I did, and I was pleased: 17.9%
I did, but I wish we used '05 rules: 11.3%
I did, but I wish we used '06 rules: 5.5%
1070 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 12, 2007, 04:26:10 pm
Would you put your starting quarterback on the hands team?
Not under any circumstances: 55.3%
Sure, he's got good hands: 17.4%
Only if I don't have enough other players: 16.1%
Not if I don't have a good backup: 10.7%
2073 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 16, 2007, 03:13:16 am
What do you think of the NAC football lineup?
If they don't have an auto bid, I don't care: 59.4%
Love it: 20.4%
Hate it: 19.4%
670 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 19, 2007, 08:21:07 pm
Which winless team is in the most trouble?
Hardin-Simmons: 32.3%
Union: 18.7%
St. Thomas: 15.8%
Wilkes: 13.9%
Delaware Valley: 10.1%
Hope: 7.9%
2833 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 23, 2007, 12:09:46 am
Which game this weekend would you most like to see?
UW-Eau Claire at UW-Whitewater: 29.5%
John Carroll at Ohio Northern: 22.1%
St. John Fisher at Ithaca: 20.8%
Montclair State at Wesley: 11.3%
Widener at Rowan: 8.6%
Delaware Valley at Salisbury: 6.8%
2661 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 25, 2007, 08:07:10 pm
Which East Region team had the most impressive weekend?
Alfred: 22.9%
Bowdoin: 7.2%
Framingham State: 4.0%
Montclair State: 36.2%
Rowan: 11.0%
St. John Fisher: 17.2%
2058 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 30, 2007, 01:27:08 am
After scoring 56 on Guilford, how many will Hampden-Sydney score against Bridgewater?
16-27: 35.5%
28-42: 24.2%
6-15: 18.9%
0-3: 10.9%
43 or more: 9.5%
1404 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 01, 2007, 07:47:03 pm
Which surprise win against a Top 25 team was the biggest surprise?
Hartwick over St. John Fisher: 46.3%
Willamette over Linfield: 21.7%
John Carroll over Baldwin-Wallace: 16.2%
Hampden-Sydney over Bridgewater: 14.6%
1810 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 06, 2007, 03:57:54 pm
If UW-La Crosse wins out, will it make the playoffs? Definitely yes:  60.5%
Too early to tell:  29.3%
Definitely no:  9.4%

1891 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 12, 2007, 11:16:54 am
Which team's win was most unlikely?
Heidelberg: 38.8%
Augsburg: 19.9%
UW-Eau Claire: 18.7%
New Jersey: 13.9%
Rhodes: 8.0%
3151 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 14, 2007, 12:30:41 am
Triple-take asks: Which Top 25 team is most likely to get upset?
No. 5 Wheaton (by Augustana): 21.0%
No. 14 Wabash (by Wittenberg): 20.9%
Some other ranked team loses: 18.4%
No. 6 Central (by Coe): 15.3%
No. 3 UW-Whitewater (by Oshkosh): 14.3%
No ranked teams lose: 8.7%
1693 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 16, 2007, 12:38:31 am
Central has won four games by a touchdown or less. Will anyone beat them in the regular season?
Wartburg will:  45.7%
Nobody will:  27.7%
Dubuque will:  13.0%
Cornell will:  12.4%

1043 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 19, 2007, 10:19:20 pm
Which Spotlight performance was most impressive?
Coast Guard's 22-play drive: 38.4%
Case LB Tom Brew's 21 tackles (7 solo): 24.8%
Chapman WR Harrison Dull's TD flurry: 20.0%
Trinity DB Shaun Irchirl's three takeaways: 16.0%
1712 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 21, 2007, 11:26:31 am
What is your team playing for at this point?
A trip to the playoffs: 70.8%
A winning record: 10.1%
Not to get hurt: 8.6%
A win against our archrival: 5.8%
An ECAC bowl game: 4.3%
1472 votes

(Methinks some people are deluding themselves, but ok.) :)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 23, 2007, 06:04:59 pm
Which winless team's lack of success is most surprising?
Averett: 32.1%
King's: 28.4%
Merchant Marine: 16.8%
Beloit: 13.3%
La Verne: 8.4%
1619 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 27, 2007, 10:44:43 pm
Which Top 25 game will have the most surprising result?
Mary Hardin-Baylor/ UW-Whitewater: 40.6%
Mount Union/Capital: 21.7%
Salisbury/Wesley: 13.1%
Cortland/TCNJ: 12.5%
Trinity/Millsaps: 10.5%
3301 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 03, 2007, 09:56:27 pm
What conference title implications matchup seems least likely?
Wheaton/Illinois Wesleyan: 34.2%
Randolph-Macon/ Hampden-Sydney: 26.4%
N.C. Wesleyan/Ferrum:19.2%
Albright/Widener:18.4%
2058 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 06, 2007, 10:33:31 am
Which team that clinched this week will go the furthest?
UW-Whitewater: 49.4%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 17.1%
Washington and Jefferson: 8.6%
Muhlenberg: 7.0%
New Jersey: 5.6%
Franklin: 4.6%
North Carolina Wesleyan: 2.8%
Widener: 3.9%
4154 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 11, 2007, 02:17:42 am
What will be Mount's lowest margin of victory the rest of the season?
They'll lose a game: 31.9%
14-20: 18.0%
Under 14: 14.1%
21-27: 13.8%
35-plus: 12.3%
28-34: 8.7%
3956 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 11, 2007, 12:36:47 pm
Which team we selected will most likely be left out?
Ithaca:  33.3%
Capital:  17.8%
None will be left out:  17.5%
Hobart:  15.5%
Whitworth:  14.2%
607 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2007, 10:06:42 am
Which matchup surprises you most?
Mount Union in the East: 42.5%
Capital at UW-Whitewater: 33.2%
Widener at Case Western Reserve: 13.1%
Olivet at Central: 9.7%
3045 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 15, 2007, 10:42:52 am
Which No. 5 seed has the best chance to advance?
Salisbury (at Muhlenberg): 35.0%
North Central (at Franklin): 29.9%
Hobart (at St. John Fisher): 19.4%
Redlands (at St. John's): 14.5%
2741 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 17, 2007, 09:47:59 pm
Which consensus bracket pick is most likely to get knocked off?
Bethel: 49.1%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 21.1%
UW-Whitewater: 15.7%
Mount Union: 12.7%
4393 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2007, 09:27:36 pm
Which conference had the best day Saturday?
WIAC: 36.1%
MIAC: 28.1%
E8: 13.8%
NEFC: 11.6%
USAC: 8.6%
3333 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 24, 2007, 03:52:34 pm
Which will be the most exciting game?
St. John's at Central: 23.5%
Muhlenberg at Wesley: 12.9%
UW-Eau Claire at Bethel: 12.7%
Wabash at Case: 12.1%
Curry at St. John Fisher: 11.0%
North Central at UW-Whitewater: 10.1%
TCNJ at Mount Union: 8.0%
N.C. Wesleyan at UMHB: 8.4%
4945 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2007, 02:36:33 pm
What was the biggest surprise?
SJU getting shut down: 57.3%
UWW's fourth quarter explosion: 12.1%
Eau Claire hanging in despite QB: 9.0%
Wesley's third quarter explosion: 7.3%
Curry scoring first on SJF: 6.8%
Mount Union back to form: 6.2%
2301 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 27, 2007, 03:50:11 pm
Which Gagliardi finalist had the best game Saturday?
Justin Beaver: 49.4%
Derek Blanchard: 21.6%
Adrian Pynenberg: 17.7%
Tom Brew: 4.8%
Alex Kofoed: 3.9%
2695 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 02, 2007, 03:31:02 am
Which consensus bracket pick is most likely to get knocked off?
Bethel: 49.1%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 21.1%
UW-Whitewater: 15.7%
Mount Union: 12.7%
4393 votes

Let the record show all four consensus bracket picks won.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 02, 2007, 03:31:31 am
Where would you rather be Saturday?
Alliance, Ohio: 31.3%
Whitewater, Wis.: 27.7%
Pella, Iowa: 15.2%
Dover, Del.: 13.8%
Home surfing all four games: 11.0%
6379 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 05, 2007, 10:10:35 am
Does either road team have a chance to win Saturday?
No, neither does: 45.0%
Yes, UMHB does: 37.4%
Yes, Bethel does: 12.5%
Yes, both do: 4.1%
4540 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2007, 12:42:44 pm
Which game will the weather affect most this weekend?
Mary Hardin-Baylor/UW-Whitewater: 70.1%
Bethel/Mount Union: 19.6%
The Aztec Bowl: 9.1%
1661 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 07, 2007, 04:10:44 pm
Which quarterback will have the better game in Whitewater?
Danny Jones: 59.3%
Josh Welch: 39.4%
1040 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 08, 2007, 03:54:00 pm
Which offensive line will have the better game in Alliance?
Mount Union: 78.3%
Bethel: 20.6%
1682 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 10, 2007, 11:48:16 am
Who will the third time be the charm for?
Mount Union: 70.7%
UW-Whitewater: 28.6%
4060 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 11, 2007, 02:54:35 pm
Who will have the better game on offense Saturday?
Nate Kmic: 31.3%
Justin Beaver: 21.9%
Pierre Garcon: 19.3%
Greg Micheli: 12.6%
Danny Jones: 8.9%
Neil Mrkvicka: 4.9%
2125 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2007, 02:47:09 am
Who will have the best game on defense Saturday in Salem?
A.J. Raebel: 28.3%
Patrick McCullough: 25.4%
Matt Kostelnik: 24.1%
Gabe Schultz: 8.5%
Ryan Ogrizovich: 8.0%
Jonah Wilson: 4.3%
1491 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2007, 09:56:35 pm
Who will Justin Beaver thank first Thursday night?
His grandparents:  64.1%
Bob Berezowitz:  11.4%
City of Salem/Voters:  11.1%
High school coach:  3.8%
Lance Leipold/Jim Zebrowski:  3.5%
Tom Fick:  2.6%
Travis Reuland:  2.0%
817 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 15, 2007, 02:47:34 am
How would you refer to this third meeting between MUC and UWW?
Enough already!: 39.6%
Triple-Take: 24.3%
Third time's the charm: 23.6%
Three-match: 8.8%
Re-rematch: 2.8%
1284 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 15, 2007, 08:12:38 pm
Who wins Saturday, and by how much?
UW-Whitewater, by 1-13: 32.1%
Mount Union, by 21-plus: 29.0%
Mount Union, by 14-20: 20.0%
Mount Union, by 1-13: 11.5%
UW-Whitewater, by 14-20: 2.9%
UW-Whitewater, by 21-plus: 3.0%
3105 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 17, 2007, 04:32:47 pm
What was the difference between Stagg Bowl 2006 and 2007 for UWW?
Health of Beaver: 45.5%
UWW quarterback: 16.9%
Coverage of Garcon: 14.0%
Weather: 13.0%
Preparation for Micheli's passing: 9.1%
3712 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2007, 09:50:14 am
What's the best offensive performance in Salem the past decade?
Justin Beaver's 31-249-1 rushing in '07: 49.9%
Chuck Moore's 273 rushing, 3 TDs in '01: 25.1%
Hobbled Blake Elliott's 161 from scrimmage in '03: 14.2%
Nate Kmic's 246 from scrimmage in '05: 5.1%
Brett Elliott's 20-34, 282 passing in '04: 3.4%
Taman Bryant's 13 catches, 141 yds in '99: 1.5%
2173 votes

What's the best offensive performance in Salem the past decade?
Justin Beaver's 31-249-1 rushing in '07: 49.6%
Chuck Moore's 273 rushing, 3 TDs in '01: 24.9%
Hobbled Blake Elliott's 161 from scrimmage in '03: 14.1%
Nate Kmic's 246 from scrimmage in '05: 5.1%
Brett Elliott's 20-34, 282 passing in '04: 3.9%
Taman Bryant's 13 catches, 141 yds in '99: 1.5%
3214 votes

(I didn't get the new poll put together when I thought I would.)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 28, 2007, 01:10:07 am
What will Wabash do in '08 after losing coach Chris Creighton?
Same as before his hiring: about .500: 38.2%
Same as past three years, two playoff trips: 38.1%
Below .500: 15.7%
Semifinals and beyond: 5.8%
1074 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on January 22, 2008, 12:22:08 am
What will Capital do in 2008 after losing coach Jim Collins?
Between 6-4 and 8-2: 51.4%
Around .500: 19.6%
Same as past 3 years, a quarterfinal shot: 13.5%
Same as before his hiring, 2 or 3 wins: 8.6%
Semifinals and beyond: 5.3%
1919 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 16, 2008, 10:42:52 am
Will all of the WIAC teams fill 10-game schedules this year?
They might, but not with D-III schools: 66.9%
No: 17.7%
Yes: 14.3%
1505 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 25, 2008, 02:59:11 pm
If Joey Jones made 150K, what kind of coach will B-SC end up hiring?
A scholarship-level assistant: 24.1%
A D-III head coach: 21.2%
A D-III head coach from a strong program: 20.5%
A D-III assistant: 19.4%
A scholarship-level head coach: 6.9%
A high school head coach: 6.7%
902 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 27, 2008, 07:15:38 pm
Which rule change will have the biggest impact?
Horse-collar tackling:  13.3%
Chop block changes:  23.8%
40/25-second play clock:  61.6%

2924 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on June 19, 2008, 11:49:33 pm
Which D-III draftee will stick with his team longer?
Pierre Garcon: 54.3%
Andy Studebaker: 18.1%
Neither will make it to training camp: 15.1%
Both will make it through the season: 11.6%
4196 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 07, 2008, 01:31:53 am
What do you think of Tom Journell's move?
It's a step down: 37.5%
It's a lateral move: 34.5%
It's a step up: 25.8%
970 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 07, 2008, 01:32:55 am
For comparison purposes, the same question when Lakeland coach Jim Zebrowski took the offensive coordinator position at some place called UW-Whitewater last summer.

What do you think of Jim Zebrowski's move?
It's a step up: 47.3%
It's a lateral move: 27.1%
It's a step down: 24.6%
862 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 05, 2008, 11:34:52 am
Are you ready for kickoff?
Actually, I'm ready for both: 37.7%
Yes, I'm ready for kickoff: 29.7%
Not ready. Still some summer left!: 20.0%
Yes, I'm ready for 'Kickoff 2008': 12.2%
2036 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 14, 2008, 02:29:24 am
Who should've been No. 1?
Mount Union: 41.3%
UW-Whitewater: 27.3%
Someone else: 17.2%
Wesley: 7.1%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 6.0%
2438 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 04, 2008, 08:02:33 pm
What surface would you rather see a game played on?
Grass: 49.6%
New-style turf: 48.2%
Old-style turf: 2.0%
4766 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 07, 2008, 10:58:15 pm
Where will you be this weekend?
At a game away from the storm: 40.2%
Staying home: 34.5%
Fighting Hanna to watch a game: 16.6%
At home because of Hanna: 8.2%
876 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 11, 2008, 01:57:27 pm
Which team that got off the schneid will have the best record this year?
Hiram: 35.1%
Lewis and Clark: 32.4%
LaGrange: 31.6%
716 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 21, 2008, 01:21:39 am
At the end of the 2010 season, who will be D-III's all-time rushing leader?
Nate Kmic: 77.1%
R.J. Bowers: 15.2%
Robert Heller: 6.5%
2177 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 27, 2008, 10:49:50 am
Which West region game was the biggest surprise?
Concordia-M'head over St. John's: 43.3%
Carleton over Bethel: 28.7%
St. Thomas/St. Olaf 6 OTs: 15.4%
Wartburg over Central: 11.9%
2005 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2008, 01:15:20 am
Which unlikely unbeaten is most likely to stay that way?
Hardin-Simmons (vs. Mississippi Coll.): 27.6%
Wooster (at Denison): 22.6%
Augsburg (vs. St. Olaf): 15.9%
St. Olaf (at Augsburg): 9.1%
Catholic (at Randolph-Macon): 9.1%
Hiram (at Carnegie Mellon): 8.8%
Chapman (vs. Whitworth): 5.0%
605 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 29, 2008, 01:21:20 pm
If voters put Delaware Valley in the Top 25, who should drop out?
Ithaca: 37.4%
Franklin: 21.2%
Central: 20.3%
Nobody, wait for more losses: 11.7%
Other: 8.7%
1114 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2008, 01:27:03 pm
Which weekly feature do you look forward to the most?
Around the Region: 55.4%
Around the Nation: 20.1%
Team of the Week: 11.7%
ATN podcast: 5.4%
Statistical Spotlight: 4.2%
Triple Take: 2.5%
785 votes

A little market research. I don't think this means people hate the podcast, Spotlight or Triple Take (hopefully), just that it's not their most favorite.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 07, 2008, 10:55:28 am
Who is the biggest early-season surprise?
Delaware Valley: 23.8%
Otterbein: 17.9%
Augsburg: 15.1%
Trine: 14.7%
Willamette: 9.0%
MIT: 8.3%
Wooster: 6.5%
Washington U.: 4.0%
3793 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 12, 2008, 02:10:42 am
Which team that entered the Top 25 this week is most likely to stay there?
Otterbein: 36.6%
Hampden-Sydney: 35.2%
Augsburg: 26.7%
1688 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 16, 2008, 07:49:43 pm
Which team which lost a key game Saturday will finish the season the strongest?
Capital: 50.1%
Augsburg: 12.8%
Montclair State: 11.3%
St. Norbert: 10.9%
Redlands: 9.9%
Loras: 3.5%
2509 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 21, 2008, 08:46:18 pm
What unseen part of D3nation should ATN visit next for a game?
Michigan: 30.5%
Maine/New Hampshire: 28.5%
Alabama/Georgia: 25.0%
Kentucky/Tennessee: 15.2%
1568 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 26, 2008, 03:03:25 am
Would you be willing to raise funds or pay to play in an AFCA D-III All-Star game?
I'm a non-player, willing to help raise funds: 26.7%
I'm not willing to pay: 24.8%
I'm a player, willing to pay: 20.6%
I'm a player, not willing to pay: 13.9%
I'm a player, willing but not able: 11.7%
1800 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 01, 2008, 09:33:35 pm
Which game between ranked teams was the biggest surprise?
No. 7 North Central 44, No. 4 Wheaton 21: 52.0%
No. 19 Otterbein 38, No. 21 Capital 9: 29.1%
No. 16 Willamette 52, No. 23 Linfield 28: 17.9%
3214 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 04, 2008, 02:30:10 pm
Which team that clinched a bid this week will go furthest in the playoffs?
Wabash: 35.6%
Cortland State: 23.6%
Millsaps: 24.2%
Monmouth: 8.1%
Thomas More: 7.7%
3149 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 05, 2008, 12:48:01 pm
Did you vote today?
Yes, I voted today: 66.6%
No, I'm not 18: 0.9%
No, I voted absentee: 11.9%
No, but I voted early: 10.4%
There's a vote today? I had no idea!: 8.0%
No, I'm not eligible: 1.7%
1255 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 07, 2008, 12:00:00 pm
Which fan site do you think is the best put-together?
I don't visit any of these: 51.6%
MtUnionFootball.com: 25.7%
JohnnieFootball.com: 11.3%
ADvantage Catdome (Linfield): 7.0%
BridgewaterFootball.com: 3.4%
1511 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2008, 01:21:06 am
Which game this weekend is most likely to live up to the hype?
Mount Union/Otterbein: 21.6%
Stevens Point/Eau Claire: 17.8%
North Central/Augustana: 14.9%
Rowan/Montclair: 12.9%
Ithaca/Alfred: 12.7%
Adrian/Trine: 7.1%
Hampden-Sydney/Huntingdon: 6.2%
Amherst/Williams: 5.9%
2210 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 10, 2008, 08:22:18 pm
Who should be ranked No. 2?
North Central: 20.6%
Wabash: 20.4%
UW-Whitewater: 19.7%
Cortland State: 14.3%
Millsaps:10.0%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 7.4%
Muhlenberg: 6.5%
3624 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2008, 04:16:35 pm
Which of these teams has the best chance of getting an at-large bid?
Washington & Jefferson: 27.5%
Ithaca: 33.4%
Hampden-Sydney: 14.5%
RPI: 11.9%
Redlands: 11.4%
2229 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 16, 2008, 02:22:15 am
Which rivalry game this weekend will have the closest score?
Cortaca Jug: 41.0%
Monon Bell: 21.0%
Hampden-Sydney/Randolph-Macon: 13.4%
Rowan-TCNJ: 10.8%
Victory Bell (Franklin-Hanover): 6.5%
Bridge Bowl: 5.8%
1608 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 16, 2008, 09:38:33 pm
Which of the following most deserves a Pool C bid?
DePauw: 27.7%
Washington & Jefferson: 21.2%
Hartwick: 12.2%
Montclair State: 11.0%
Rowan: 9.3%
Catholic: 9.2%
RPI: 7.3%
918 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 18, 2008, 10:59:45 am
What's the biggest surprise in the bracket?
Top seeds meeting in opener: 26.3%
Two NEFC teams: 17.2%
Trine as a No. 2 seed: 13.1%
Wheaton in the bracket: 13.0%
Mount Union in the East: 12.9%
The Monmouth-Aurora matchup: 8.1%
Wesley as a No. 7 seed: 8.3%
3163 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 19, 2008, 11:47:14 am
Which high seed is most likely to lose in the first round?
No. 2 Trine: 33.1%
No. 2 Occidental: 16.2%
No. 1 Willamette: 12.2%
No. 2 Ithaca: 12.0%
No. 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor: 8.8%
No. 1 Mount Union: 5.9%
No. 1 Millsaps: 5.5%
No. 1 North Central: 4.9%
3153 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2008, 06:27:50 pm
Which 4/5 or 5/6 game will be the most entertaining?
St. John's at UW-Whitewater: 54.0%
Franklin at Otterbein: 20.2%
Lycoming at Hobart: 13.3%
CNU at W&J: 11.5%
1812 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2008, 11:32:03 am
Which No. 7 seed will advance the furthest?
Wheaton: 29.8%
Wesley: 25.6%
None will advance: 18.2%
Wartburg: 15.9%
Curry: 9.4%
3558 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 27, 2008, 02:08:17 pm
Which No. 1 seed is most likely to lose?
Willamette: 46.2%
North Central: 23.7%
Millsaps: 19.2%
Mount Union: 9.7%
3251 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 29, 2008, 10:08:27 pm
Which team will have the longest of the long trips home on Saturday, figuratively speaking?
Hobart: 38.0%
Wesley: 21.9%
UW-Whitewater: 19.9%
Washington and Jefferson: 18.6%
2560 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2008, 05:03:46 pm
What will the West-South semifinal be?
UW-Whitewater vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor: 68.3%
UW-Whitewater vs. Wash. & Jeff.: 19.0%
Wartburg vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor: 7.3%
Wartburg vs. Wash. & Jeff.: 4.6%
2993 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 05, 2008, 05:47:15 pm
What will the East-North semifinal be?
Mount Union-Wheaton: 53.4%
Mount Union-Franklin: 31.5%
Cortland-Wheaton: 7.5%
Cortland-Franklin: 6.7%
3959 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2008, 04:28:39 pm
Who will have the most rushing yards Saturday?
Nate Kmic: 49.3%
Whomever starts for UWW: 22.4%
Josh Saenz + Chad Rupp: 10.2%
Rocky Gingg: 6.7%
None of the above: 5.6%
Curt Jones: 5.0%
1366 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 09, 2008, 08:26:02 pm
Which rematch is less likely to turn out the way the previous meetings have?
UMHB vs. UWW (all UWW wins): 43.9%
Neither, favorites win both: 36.4%
Mount Union vs. Wheaton (all MTU wins): 18.2%
4624 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2008, 08:50:54 am
There are only four All-American quarterback slots. Which of these quarterbacks will get squeezed out?
Jason Boltus, Hartwick: 34.0%
Bobby Swallow, W&J: 27.1%
Juan Joseph, Millsaps: 14.1%
Greg Micheli, Mount Union: 11.8%
Chad Rupp, Franklin: 11.6%
2131 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2008, 09:55:52 am
Which of the four regional finalists will win the Gagliardi Trophy?
Greg Micheli, Mount Union: 70.3%
Jason Boltus, Hartwick: 11.4%
Juan Joseph, Millsaps: 9.0%
Jordan Berg, Augsburg: 8.1%
1132 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2008, 01:46:25 am
Do you want to see a fourth Whitewater-Mount Union Stagg Bowl?
Yes: 44.6%
No: 41.0%
Doesn't matter: 13.8%
4847 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2008, 01:26:26 pm
How will you be following the Stagg Bowl?
On ESPN: 70.4%
In person: 11.5%
By reading after the fact: 6.7%
On ESPN with the sound muted: 5.3%
Not interested: 4.5%
Online/audio only: 1.2%
2774 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2008, 10:28:02 am
Who will be the Stagg Bowl MVP?
Nate Kmic: 61.6%
Greg Micheli: 11.0%
Antwan Anderson: 8.7%
Jace Rindahl: 5.5%
Jeff Donovan: 5.5%
Someone else: 3.8%
Cecil Shorts: 1.7%
James Herbert: 1.3%
1143 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on January 08, 2009, 05:31:38 pm
Who should be the Most Outstanding Player of Stagg Bowl XXXVI?
Greg Micheli: 49.9%
Cecil Shorts: 32.3%
Nate Kmic: 9.9%
Drew McClain: 6.6%
3200 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on March 25, 2009, 01:08:30 am
Who should be the preseason No. 1 for 2009?
Mount Union: 56.7%
Someone else: 18.6%
UW-Whitewater: 17.9%
Mary Hardin-Baylor: 6.1%
5503 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 08, 2009, 05:28:15 pm
Will any more schools drop football this offseason?
Yes, more than one: 49.0%
No, it's already too late in the year: 33.3%
Yes, one more: 16.5%
816 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 07, 2009, 01:36:59 am
Should Colorado College have asked alumni for financial support before dropping football?
Yes: 55.2%
You mean they didn't?: 38.0%
No: 5.9%
3088 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 07, 2009, 05:04:31 pm
Which D3football.com feature added post-launch is your favorite?
Top 25 poll: 47.4%
Around the Nation: 22.5%
Live broadcasts: 11.4%
Kickoff: 8.1%
Photo galleries: 6.7%
Daily Dose: 3.5%
1409 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 13, 2009, 11:48:07 pm
How will DePauw fare under coach Robby Long?
Win 6-7 games: 31.8%
Same as last two years: 8-2 bubble team: 28.9%
Win 5 games or fewer: 17.8%
Win a playoff game: 11.2%
First-round playoff loser: 8.5%
696 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 04, 2009, 10:57:35 am
Who will play in the Stagg Bowl this year?
Mount Union, UWW and/or UMHB:    41.0%
One of the above:    37.3%
None of the above:    20.9%
3240 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 05, 2009, 10:31:50 pm
Your Triple Take: Which ranked team is most likely to get upset this weekend?
No. 19 Franklin:   30.4%
No. 8 Willamette:   24.2%
No. 9 Wesley:   17.1%
No. 5 Hardin-Simmons:   13.8%
No. 2 UW-Whitewater:   13.0%
884 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 08, 2009, 11:44:48 am
After Saturday's games, who do you think is the second-best team in the OAC?
Ohio Northern:   59.3%
Otterbein:   14.6%
Capital:   12.3%
Baldwin-Wallace:   6.2%
John Carroll:   6.2%
1113 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 11, 2009, 03:50:33 pm
Which of these ranked teams debuting Saturday is most likely to lose?
No. 23 DePauw: 25.5%
No. 7 UW-Stevens Point:   17.2%
No. 5 Wheaton: 17.1%
No. 17 Hobart:   15.2%
No. 18 Montclair State: 14.0%
No. 12 Cortland State: 9.7%
1533 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 12, 2009, 10:56:46 pm
Which Triple Take game of the week pick will be the best game?
No. 7 UW-Stevens Point at No. 25 Central: 44.6%
No. 4 Hardin-Simmons at Linfield: 42.2%
No. 18 Montclair State at Wilkes: 12.0%
599 votes

Readers nailed it.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 19, 2009, 06:07:18 am
Which of these upset winners will have the best overall 2009 season?
Linfield:   40.5%
Central:   20.8%
Dickinson:   12.1%
Union:   17.9%
Wilkes:   7.8%
2380 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 20, 2009, 01:48:17 am
Which of the games Pat or Keith could see on Saturday will be the most competitive?
Linfield at Occidental:   51.6%
Carnegie Mellon at Hobart:   16.4%
Rochester at St. John Fisher:   15.8%
Puget Sound at CMS:   5.3%
St. Lawrence at Alfred:   4.6%
Lewis and Clark at P-P:   4.4%
475 votes

Of the three I saw, I actually think L&C/P-P was the most competitive.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 24, 2009, 05:32:35 pm
Which result Saturday better demonstrates the NWC-SCIAC comparison?
The other four SCIAC teams beating NWC teams:   51.3%
The NWC's Linfield beating Oxy:   47.7%
796 votes

Yeah, I felt pretty split too.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 27, 2009, 02:30:42 pm
Is it too early to start pushing players for the Gagliardi Trophy?
Yes: 63.9%
No:   25.0%
What's the Gagliardi Trophy?:   10.9%
1025 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2009, 04:53:14 pm
Which surprise 3-0 or 4-0 team are you most sold on as a national contender?
Linfield:   38.8%
Central:   15.6%
Alfred:   11.9%
Centre:   10.4%
New Jersey:   6.5%
Wilkes:   9.4%
Lebanon Valley:   5.9%
2766 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 03, 2009, 09:41:06 pm
Which Triple Take category does Bethel fit best this week?
None of the above:   26.1%
Game of the Week:   25.8%
They'll be on your radar:   25.5%
Upset special:   21.6%
333 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 12, 2009, 03:20:39 am
Which of the so-called big three teams is the best this season?
Mount Union:   52.4%
UW-Whitewater:   32.6%
Mary Hardin-Baylor:   13.8%
3605 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 17, 2009, 11:03:57 pm
Which key conference clash this week is more likely to end in an upset?
Mississippi College vs. No. 3 UMHB:   14.3%
No. 15 St. Thomas at No. 6 St. John's:   46.5%
Wittenberg at No. 10 Wabash:   37.5%
2793 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 24, 2009, 07:43:51 pm
Of these three losing teams, which is least likely to make the playoffs with an at-large bid?
St. Thomas:   42.0%
Wabash:   38.0%
Mary Hardin-Baylor:   18.6%
3181 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 30, 2009, 01:17:07 am
Which team that won a Saturday showdown will go deepest into the playoffs?
Linfield:   34.2%
North Central:   28.5%
Otterbein:   19.6%
Alfred:   10.6%
Mount St. Joseph:   6.1%
3440 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 01, 2009, 02:07:52 pm
What will be the best game on Saturday?
Whitewater-Stevens Point:   39.4%
Thomas More-W&J:   25.4%
Kean-Rowan:   14.8%
Salisbury-Wesley:   11.0%
RPI-Union:   8.1%
1576 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2009, 04:50:25 pm
How many two-loss teams will get Pool C bids?
Zero:   38.5%
One:   35.3%
Two or more:   25.3%
3605 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2009, 11:53:47 am
Who should have gotten the final at-large spot?
Ohio Northern:   53.3%
St. Norbert:   20.2%
Washington and Jefferson:   17.2%
Springfield:   8.0%
3605 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 21, 2009, 11:04:58 pm
What will be the best first-round game?
Any game in the SJU bracket:   33.7%
Wabash-Illinois Wesleyan:   27.5%
Albright-Alfred:   12.2%
Trine-Case Western Reserve:   11.9%
Maine Maritime-Montclair State:   7.2%
Mississippi Coll.-Huntingdon:   6.0%
1550 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2009, 10:50:41 am
Which win by a road team was least surprising?
Mary Hardin-Baylor over Central:   31.8%
Coe over St. John's:   23.9%
Trine over Case Western Reserve:   15.7%
Johns Hopkins over Hampden-Sydney:   10.3%
Mississippi College over Huntingdon:   8.0%
Albright over Alfred:   9.1%
3874 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 28, 2009, 10:13:29 pm
Which road team has the best chance on Saturday?
Mary Hardin-Baylor:   39.8%
Coe:   15.3%
Johns Hopkins:   9.3%
Illinois Wesleyan:   7.5%
Trine:   8.4%
Montclair State:  6.6%
Albright:   5.8%
Mississippi College:   5.8%
3487 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2009, 01:39:46 am
Who has had the most impressive playoffs so far?
Mount Union:   18.3%
Johns Hopkins:   16.6%
UW-Whitewater:   16.2%
Linfield:   14.7%
St. Thomas:   10.6%
Albright:   8.9%
Wittenberg:   8.5%
Wesley:   5.3%
5482 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 05, 2009, 07:43:39 pm
Asking this again, three months later: Who will play in the Stagg Bowl?
Mount Union and UW-Whitewater:   63.6%
One of the above:   30.9%
None of the above:   4.7%
3957 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 10, 2009, 12:39:55 pm
Which quarterfinal loser will have the best 2010 season?
Wittenberg:   42.9%
St. Thomas:   31.1%
Johns Hopkins:   15.3%
Albright:   9.3%
3149 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2009, 05:02:42 pm
Who has the better chance of preventing MTU-UWW V?
Linfield:   38.8%
They both have no chance:   35.0%
Wesley:   18.5%
They both have a good chance:   6.9%
3050 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2009, 10:20:23 pm
Who was Saturday's hero?
Cecil Shorts:   59.7%
Jeff Donovan:   20.6%
Levell Coppage:   15.7%
James Herbert:   2.5%
1537 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 17, 2009, 09:49:09 am
Who should be No. 3 in the final Top 25 poll?
Linfield:   54.2%
Wesley:   27.3%
Depends on who wins Saturday:   17.7%
2621 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2009, 09:00:49 pm
Who will win Stagg Bowl XXXVII?
Mount Union by 7-plus:   32.6%
UW-Whitewater by 7-plus:   27.4%
UW-Whitewater by 1-6:   23.8%
Mount Union by 1-6:   15.2%
6488 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 03, 2010, 01:05:01 pm
Who should have been the Most Outstanding Player of Stagg Bowl XXXVII?
Jeff Donovan:   40.2%
Levell Coppage:   37.7%
Lane Olson:   12.9%
Kyle Supianoski:   7.6%
3053 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on March 17, 2010, 11:49:55 am
Which player was the best Division III alumnus in the NFL this past season?
Pierre Garcon:   59.4%
London Fletcher:   26.7%
Fred Jackson:   10.0%
Matt Turk:   3.4%
3380 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 03, 2010, 11:19:51 pm
Which school's recent move to add football is most surprising?
George Fox:   27.5%
Finlandia:   26.8%
Pacific:   17.8%
Presentation:   14.6%
Stevenson:   11.6%
2500 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 28, 2010, 09:40:26 pm
How many games are you going to see in person in Week 1?
One:   57.8%
None:   33.9%
Two:    4.5%
Three or four:   3.2%
711 votes

Just noting, we ran a bunch of other front-page surveys this summer and they all ended up in Kickoff.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 02, 2010, 11:55:33 pm
Which Thursday/Friday game is the most interesting?
UW-Riiver Falls at Ohio Northern:   43.0%
Wooster at Baldwin-Wallace:   20.2%
King's at Springfield:   9.4%
William Paterson at TCNJ:   7.4%
Manchester at Trine:   7.0%
Otterbein at Husson:   5.8%
Massachusetts Maritime at SUNY-Maritime   3.2%
Anna Maria at Worcester State:   3.0%
1609 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 04, 2010, 10:36:03 pm
Which Top 25 team is most likely to get upset this weekend?
No. 16 UW-Stevens Point:   29.0%
None will be upset:   20.8%
No. 22 Mississippi College:   16.1%
No. 5 St. Thomas:   14.0%
No. 7 Central:   10.3%
No. 15 Hardin-Simmons:   8.0%
1110 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2010, 11:51:07 am
Which Saturday result was most surprising?
Willamette scoring 33 in a row on UWSP:    29.3%
Wartburg holding Monmouth to 7:   23.7%
Crown beating Carleton:    15.0%
Bluffton ending its losing streak:   12.5%
Utica rolling up 78 on Becker:    11.1%
Salve beating WPI:    7.1%
2337 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 11, 2010, 05:49:03 pm
Who will win this weekend's PAC-MAC challenge?
The MAC:   45.5%
The PAC:   31.6%
It's a 4-4 split:   21.4%
490 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 19, 2010, 01:58:50 am
Will Mount Union lose a regular-season game?

No (1314) - 41%
Yes (925) - 29%
No, and it won't be close (899) - 28%

Total votes: 3,138
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 22, 2010, 05:21:35 pm
Which of these has had the best non-conference season?
CCIW (826) - 24%
OAC (780) - 22%
WIAC (770) - 22%
E8 (609) - 17%
MIAC (452) - 13%

3437 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 25, 2010, 10:21:09 pm
Will either Top 10 clash this week be an upset?
No, neither will be an upset (478) - 35%
Yes, HSU beats UMHB (395) - 29%
Yes, Coe beats Central (374) - 27%
Yes, both are upsets (104) - 7%

1451 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2010, 04:58:00 pm
Which was the biggest surprise of Week 4?

Ithaca minus-14 yards rushing (581) - 36%
UPS-Whittier going to 6 OTs (519) - 33%
Witt struggling to beat Allegheny (409) - 26%
Miss. Coll. rallies but still falls (82) - 5%

1591 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2010, 10:27:36 pm
Which of Saturday's key games will have the most impact?
MTU-ONU (1171) - 35%
SJU-UST (988) - 30%
WLMT-LINF (382) - 11%
RMC-EHC (308) - 9%
IWU-WHTN (295) - 9%
CLU-RED (117) - 3%

3261 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 06, 2010, 10:49:21 am
Which of these 5-0 teams will go furthest in the playoffs?
Hampden-Sydney (1073) - 46%
SUNY-Maritime (488) - 21%
Ursinus (429) - 18%
Ripon (303) - 13%

2293 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 10, 2010, 12:11:55 am
Which showdown winner will struggle most to win Saturday?
CLU, vs. Whittier (369) - 31%
R-MC, vs. Catholic (290) - 24%
LINF, at Puget Sound (262) - 22%
UST, vs. Augsburg (246) - 21%
1167 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 17, 2010, 12:43:05 am
Which of these conference unbeatens is most likely to win its league?
St. John Fisher (1188) - 32%
North Central (1182) - 32%
Wheaton (693) - 19%
Alfred (553) - 15%

3616 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 18, 2010, 04:06:03 pm
Which first-time loser will fall the farthest?
Coe (522) - 29%
Randolph-Macon (356) - 20%
Alfred (350) - 19%
Baldwin-Wallace (275) - 15%
Cortland State (263) - 14%

1766 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 24, 2010, 01:53:54 am
Which of the teams with debuts in 2011 and 2012 will make the playoffs first?
Stevenson (516) - 48%
Finlandia (215) - 20%
Misericordia (214) - 20%
Presentation (123) - 11%
1068 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 31, 2010, 12:04:05 am
What record will DePauw end the regular season with?
9-1 (991) - 41%
10-0 (881) - 37%
8-2 (289) - 12%
7-3 (218) - 9%
2379 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 03, 2010, 03:42:26 pm
If Wesley and SUNY- Maritime are the first two Pool B teams, who deserves the third slot?

Greenville (1232) - 30%
Washington U. (1381) - 34%
Salisbury (975) - 24%
Case (420) - 10%
4008 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 06, 2010, 10:36:18 pm
Which No. 1 team in the NCAA regional poll is least likely to finish atop a bracket?

Wheaton (Ill.) (931) - 35%
Delaware Valley (619) - 23%
St. Thomas (590) - 22%
Wesley (460) - 17%
2600 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2010, 02:27:10 am
Which item is most surprising?

St. Lawrence clinches bid at 4-5 (1535) - 52%
SUNY-Maritime runs table (512) - 17%
NJAC's six-deep tiebreaker rule (501) - 17%
NATHC champ has lost to North Park (390) - 13%
2948 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2010, 11:19:40 pm
Which Week 11 rivalry game would you rather attend?
Monon Bell (646) - 39%
Cortaca Jug (578) - 35%
The Game (HSC/RMC) (245) - 14%
Williams/Amherst (175) - 10%

1644 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 15, 2010, 02:41:38 am
If these were the last Pool C teams on the board, who'd you pick?
Wabash (1093) - 34%
Louisiana College (817) - 25%
Coe (748) - 23%
Montclair State (552) - 17%
3210 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 16, 2010, 01:20:36 am
Which of these teams should have gotten a No. 1 seed?
UW-Whitewater (2561) - 82%
North Central (549) - 17%
3110 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2010, 08:49:30 pm
Which will be the best 4-5 game?
Wittenberg at Ohio Northern (1822) - 39%
Cal Lutheran at Linfield (1146) - 24%
Salisbury at Del Val (938) - 20%
Montclair at H-SC (719) - 15%
4625 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2010, 01:07:41 am
Which conference fared worst in the first round?
IIAC (Coe, Wartburg) (1293) - 38%
ECFC (SUNY-Maritime) (1052) - 31%
ODAC (H-SC, W&L) (652) - 19%
SCAC (DePauw) (373) - 11%
3370 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2010, 01:08:29 am
What are you doing for Thanksgiving?
Staying home (305) - 38%
Visiting relatives (231) - 29%
Getting set to travel to a playoff game (221) - 28%
Visiting friends (26) - 3%
783 total votes

Not bad for 24 hours.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 27, 2010, 04:44:26 pm
Which No. 1 seed is most likely to lose on Saturday?
St. Thomas (1354) - 39%
North Central (1061) - 30%
Wesley (632) - 18%
Mount Union (392) - 11%
4793 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2010, 03:41:48 am
Which road team has the best shot to win in the quarterfinals?

UW-Whitewater (4127) - 54%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1771) - 23%
Bethel (1020) - 13%
Alfred (666) - 8%

6924 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 11, 2010, 03:40:58 pm
Which will be the closest quarterfinal game?

Bethel-St. Thomas (2248) - 38%
North Central-UWW (1802) - 30%
Wesley-UMHB (1221) - 20%
Alfred-Mount Union (567) - 9%

5838 total votes

Didn't have time to post earlier.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 11, 2010, 03:41:37 pm
Will it be an all-purple Stagg Bowl?

Yes, absolutely (6126) - 65%
No, just Mount makes it (1880) - 20%
No, just UWW makes it (890) - 9%
Neither: a double upset (484) - 5%

9380 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 14, 2010, 06:05:17 pm
Which team should end up No. 3?
North Central (1790) - 37%
Wesley (1577) - 32%
Bethel (1000) - 20%
Too soon to tell (382) - 7%
UWW or MTU (70) - 1%
4819 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2010, 09:16:56 pm
The winner prediction question goes here.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2010, 09:18:03 pm
Who should be the MVP of the Stagg Bowl?

Levell Coppage (577) - 70%
UW-W offensive line (149) - 18%
Matt McCulloch (90) - 11%
816 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2010, 09:28:05 pm
Who will win Stagg Bowl XXXVIII?
UW-Whitewater by 7 or more (2136) - 34%
Mount Union by 7 or more (1888) - 30%
UW-Whitewater by 1-6 (1275) - 20%
Mount Union by 1-6 (918) - 14%
6217 votes

Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on January 04, 2011, 04:01:41 pm
Does UWW's win signal a changing of the guard?
Yes, they are clearly king of D-III (3113) - 43%
It doesn't matter (1494) - 21%
They become barely ahead of Mount (1403) - 19%
No, Mount is still the king (1101) - 15%
7111 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 17, 2011, 07:53:57 am
What's the best part of this time of year?

Seeing if players get signed (1836) - 39%
Nothing, really (1170) - 25%
Scouring for 2011 schedules (839) - 18%
Watching coaching changes (787) - 16%
4632 votes.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 30, 2011, 08:24:54 pm
Will you go see Division III, the movie?

Doesn't matter if it's respectful, it's a comedy (501) - 41%
Yes, but only if it's respectful of D-III (394) - 32%
No, not interested regardless (308) - 25%
1203 votes.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 10, 2011, 11:33:42 pm
How far will Cecil Shorts get?

He'll make the team (2953) - 65%
He'll make the practice squad (731) - 16%
There won't be a 2011 NFL season (431) - 9%
He'll get cut in camp (427) - 9%
4542 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 24, 2011, 04:17:34 pm
What region will this year's champion come from?

East (1051) - 19%
North (2220) - 40%
South (752) - 13%
West (1500) - 27%
5523 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 28, 2011, 11:20:58 am
Which part of Kickoff 2011 is your favorite?

Team previews (148) - 44%
Top-to-bottom team rankings (97) - 29%
Predictions (63) - 18%
Feature stories (21) - 6%
Commenting on stories (4) - 1%
333 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 01, 2011, 11:54:22 pm
Which Thursday night opener is most intriguing?

B-W/Wooster (467) - 36%
Dubuque/Augustana (325) - 25%
McMurry/Stephen F. Austin (235) - 18%
Trine/Manchester (226) - 17%
Anderson/Taylor (43) - 3%
1296 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 03, 2011, 10:40:29 pm
Which Top 25 team is most likely to be upset?

No. 22 Rowan (377) - 30%
No. 20 Wittenberg (250) - 20%
No. 15 Wartburg (243) - 19%
No. 14 Ohio Northern (178) - 14%
No. 3 Wesley (177) - 14%
1225 votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2011, 12:17:34 pm
Which of these had the best finish?
Illinois College-Millikin (468) - 34%
Del Val-Muhlenberg (337) - 24%
Salve Regina-Union (294) - 21%
Otterbein-Gallaudet (254) - 18%
Total votes: 1353
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 10, 2011, 08:00:35 pm
Which game this weekend will be surprisingly close?
Del Val-W&J (238) - 47%
St. Thomas-River Falls (193) - 38%
Hanover-Thomas More (73) - 14%
Total votes: 493
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 15, 2011, 10:25:18 am
Of those upset early, who will come back and challenge UWW or MTU?
None of these (1314) - 42%
North Central (798) - 25%
Wesley (602) - 19%
St. John's (282) - 9%
Coe (126) - 4%
Total votes: 3122
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 18, 2011, 04:48:12 pm
What best describes your connection to Division III?
I'm a former player (1834) - 35%
I'm a fan (but not also one of the above) (1337) - 26%
I'm a player (759) - 14%
I'm a parent (624) - 12%
I'm a coach (338) - 6%
I'm a student (219) - 4%
Total votes: 5111

Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 23, 2011, 09:53:23 am
Which team most needs to be re-evaluated based on games so far?
Hardin-Simmons (655) - 32%
Wesley (609) - 30%
Bethel (417) - 20%
Salisbury (320) - 15%
Total votes: 2001
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 29, 2011, 10:09:32 am
What do you think about the Stagg Bowl move?
It's great! (1322) - 41%
Won't watch if it's Purple Bowl VII (867) - 27%
Anytime Saturday would be better (548) - 17%
As long as it's not 11 a.m., I don't care (440) - 13%
Total votes: 3177
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2011, 12:30:40 am
Which game between ranked teams will be the best game?
Mount Union-Ohio Northern (743) - 41%
Redlands-Cal Lutheran (525) - 29%
UMHB-Louisiana College (505) - 28%
Total votes: 1773
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 08, 2011, 09:10:16 pm
Which of the predicted games of the week will be the best?
Cortland-Montclair (289) - 38%
Dubuque-Wartburg (263) - 34%
Huntingdon-Wittenberg (203) - 26%
Total votes: 755
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 08, 2011, 09:13:21 pm
And the one I missed posting ...

Which margin of victory was most surprising?
Mount Union-Ohio Northern (1535) 45%
St. Thomas-St. John's (1243) 36%
Adrian-Trine (336) 9%
Kean-TCNJ (274) 8%
Total votes: 3388
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 09, 2011, 06:36:21 pm
Which team will fall the furthest in the Top 25?
No. 14 Wittenberg (363) - 57%
No. 15 Cortland State (144) - 22%
They'll fall the same distance (122) - 19%
Total votes: 629
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 15, 2011, 07:44:53 pm
Of the 26-30, who most deserves to be in the Top 25?
St. Olaf (985) - 28%
Huntingdon (767) - 21%
Hobart (667) - 19%
Wittenberg (598) - 17%
Cortland (488) - 13%
Total votes: 3505
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 21, 2011, 01:17:16 am
Which Saturday happening is most intriguing?
Brockport's 1st W coming vs. Kean (813) - 38%
UST's 7 points allowed in 3 games (485) - 22%
McMurry's yardage record (329) - 15%
Olivet snapping losing streak (314) - 14%
Presentation's third win in first season (186) - 8%
Total votes: 2127
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 22, 2011, 11:14:20 pm
Which game are you most interested in?
Whitewater-Oshkosh (738) - 32%
St. Thomas-Bethel (660) - 29%
North Central-Ill. Wesleyan (498) - 22%
Johns Hopkins-Gettysburg (226) - 10%
Willamette-Portland State (131) - 5%
Total votes: 2253
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 27, 2011, 06:59:47 pm
Which ranked team that lost is in the most trouble?
Bethel (1208) - 35%
Montclair State (930) - 27%
Illinois Wesleyan (734) - 21%
UW-Oshkosh (530) - 15%
Total votes: 3402
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 30, 2011, 12:11:46 am
Which of our No. 1 regionally ranked teams is least likely to be a top playoff seed?    
Salisbury (1292) - 64%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (274) - 13%
UW-Whitewater (259) - 12%
Mount Union (193) - 9%
Total votes: 2018
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 31, 2011, 08:48:54 pm
When Selection Sunday rolls around, who will be the East's top seed?
Mount Union (1898) - 77%
Delaware Valley (192) - 7%
Someone else (185) - 7%
Hobart (181) - 7%
Total votes: 2456
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 05, 2011, 09:15:29 pm
Which west coast playoff scenario is most likely?
Redlands at Cal Lu, some random team at Linfield (436) - 27%
Cal Lutheran to Linfield, Redlands out (380) - 23%
Redlands at Cal Lu, Linfield at UMHB (298) - 18%
Redlands at Cal Lu, ASC runner-up at Linfield (256) - 15%
Redlands at Cal Lu, L&C at Linfield (237) - 14%
Total votes: 1607
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2011, 10:00:55 am
Which career mark is most impressive?
Zweifel's receptions mark (2024) - 44%
Coppage's 7,000 yards (1628) - 35%
Tanney's TD passes (376) - 8%
Tanney's passing total (340) - 7%
McGivney's tackles mark (218) - 4%
Total votes: 4585
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2011, 12:22:59 am
What is your team doing today?
Waiting for the bracket (969) - 57%
Playing an archrival (412) - 24%
Suiting up for the last time (179) - 10%
Already done (127) - 7%
Total votes: 1687
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 16, 2011, 09:48:33 am
What's the bracket's biggest surprise?
Nine cross-region first-round matchups (965) - 31%
St. John Fisher's presence (723) - 23%
The NCAA springing for two flights (694) - 22%
Wesley-Linfield potential 2nd-rounder (690) - 22%
Total votes: 3072
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 18, 2011, 05:35:20 pm
Which bracket is the toughest?
The Mary Hardin-Baylor bracket (1156) - 33%
The UW-Whitewater bracket (1009) - 29%
The Mount Union bracket (878) - 25%
The Delaware Valley bracket (377) - 11%
Total votes: 3420
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 19, 2011, 06:27:19 pm
Which of Saturday's tossup games will be the best?
Linfeld v. Cal Lutheran (599) - 34%
Illinois Wesleyan v. Monmouth (381) - 22%
Johns Hopkins v. St. John Fisher (309) - 17%
Franklin v. Thomas More (236) - 13%
Centre v. Hampden-Sydney (195) - 11%
Total votes: 1720
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 21, 2011, 10:16:09 pm
Which first-round road winner impressed you most?
Monmouth (1229) - 40%
St. John Fisher (1186) - 38%
McMurry (647) - 21%
Total votes: 3062
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 24, 2011, 11:00:11 pm
Which top seed has the biggest second-round challenge?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1223) - 40%
Delaware Valley (1099) - 36%
Mount Union (390) - 12%
UW-Whitewater (336) - 11%
Total votes: 3048
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2011, 04:24:01 pm
Which of these road teams is most likely to win Saturday?
Linfield (938) - 37%
North Central (792) - 31%
St. John Fisher (577) - 23%
McMurry (189) - 7%
Total votes: 2496
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 29, 2011, 10:39:58 am
Which comeback was the most impressive?
Wabash's vs. North Central (2289) - 57%
Wesley's vs. Linfield (1255) - 31%
Kean's at Salisbury (408) - 10%
Total votes: 3952
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2011, 12:10:37 pm
Will it be an all-purple Stagg Bowl?
Yes, absolutely (1726) - 49%
No, just UWW makes it (948) - 27%
No, just Mount makes it (428) - 12%
Neither: Both get knocked off (404) - 11%
Total votes: 3506

Fans slightly more optimistic this time around.

Will it be an all-purple Stagg Bowl?

Yes, absolutely (6126) - 65%
No, just Mount makes it (1880) - 20%
No, just UWW makes it (890) - 9%
Neither: a double upset (484) - 5%

9380 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 03, 2011, 10:21:48 pm
Which road team has the best chance Saturday?
Wesley (1854) - 44%
Wabash (930) - 22%
St. John Fisher (843) - 20%
Salisbury (527) - 12%
Total votes: 4154
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2011, 10:27:59 am
Have you cast your Gagliardi ballot yet?
No (701) - 43%
Yes (694) - 43%
Yes, but still looking for more computers (212) - 13%
Total votes: 1607
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 10, 2011, 06:48:17 pm
Which defense will have the best game Saturday?
UW-Whitewater (1481) - 37%
St. Thomas (1038) - 26%
Mount Union (1020) - 26%
Wesley (382) - 9%
Total votes: 3921
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2011, 03:12:17 am
Who comes into Stagg Bowl XXXIX with more momentum?
UW-Whitewater (2408) - 62%
They're pretty equal (798) - 20%
Mount Union (646) - 16%
Total votes: 3852
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2011, 11:50:36 pm
How would you want the Purple Powers taken down?
By teams manning up on the field (1677) - 83%
By rigging the bracket to avoid it (197) - 9%
By changing the rules somehow (136) - 6%
Total votes: 2010
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2011, 10:10:45 am
Who will win Stagg Bowl XXXIX?
UW-Whitewater by 7-plus (2141) - 56%
Mount Union by 1-6 (664) - 17%
UW-Whitewater by 1-6 (516) - 13%
Mount Union by 7-plus (489) - 12%
Total votes: 3810
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 15, 2012, 07:55:12 pm
Who's your 2012 favorite?
UW-Whitewater (6688) - 38%
Someone else, anyone else (6612) - 38%
Mount Union (2785) - 16%
Wesley (1263) - 7%
Total votes: 17348

(Welcome back, new polls!)
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 30, 2012, 11:46:51 pm
How many D-III players will be taken in the NFL draft?
One (497) - 27%
More than two (461) - 25%
Two (425) - 23%
None (421) - 23%
Total votes: 1804
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 11, 2012, 02:33:00 pm
How far will Chris Greenwood get?
He'll make the team (1131) - 45%
He'll make the practice squad (798) - 31%
He'll get cut in camp (584) - 23%
Total votes: 2513
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 31, 2012, 06:36:20 pm
Who will be the first-team QB when the season ends?
Someone else (909) - 40%
Lee Brekke, UW-Whitewater (523) - 23%
Garrett Meador, Wheaton (257) - 11%
Justin Sottilare, Wesley (218) - 9%
Nate Wara, UW-Oshkosh (178) - 7%
Jonny West, Franklin (146) - 6%
Total votes: 2231
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 13, 2012, 05:49:39 am
Four previously unranked teams entered the preseason poll. Which has the best year?
UW-Platteville (511) - 32%
Widener (489) - 31%
Hobart (313) - 19%
Birmingham-Southern (260) - 16%
Total votes: 1573
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 27, 2012, 12:00:11 pm
How does Mount Union do without Murray and Piloto?
They lose before the Stagg Bowl (1051) - 38%
They lose in the Stagg Bowl (580) - 21%
They win it all (566) - 20%
They lose in the regular season (526) - 19%
Total votes: 2723
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 02, 2012, 12:58:53 am
When does your team open?
Saturday (1485) - 69%
Friday (254) - 11%
Next week (228) - 10%
Thursday night (124) - 5%
We're NESCAC (54) - 2%
Total votes: 2145
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 06, 2012, 11:27:47 pm
Which conference had the best opening weekend?
WIAC (920) - 39%
Empire 8 (809) - 34%
MIAC (489) - 21%
SAA (106) - 4%
Total votes: 2324
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 08, 2012, 10:53:59 pm
Which ranked team playing its first game will have the best debut?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (418) - 36%
Baldwin Wallace (243) - 21%
Bethel (214) - 18%
Redlands (145) - 12%
Cal Lutheran (117) - 10%
Total votes: 1137
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 16, 2012, 11:17:34 pm
Of these 2-0 teams, which is the biggest surprise?
Albion (667) - 19%
Brockport State (622) - 17%
Salve Regina (611) - 17%
Macalester (583) - 16%
Kalamazoo (429) - 12%
Lebanon Valley (290) - 8%
Norwich (261) - 7%
Total votes: 3463
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 18, 2012, 11:18:56 pm
Aside from Mount Union, which team is more likely to get a No. 1 vote?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1552) - 59%
Linfield (578) - 21%
St. Thomas (499) - 18%
Total votes: 2629
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 21, 2012, 06:13:21 pm
The Sept. 2012 version:
All-Purple tracking poll: Will it be a MTU-UWW Stagg Bowl?
No, just Mount makes it (765) - 35%
Yes, absolutely (704) - 32%
Neither: Both get knocked off (584) - 27%
No, just UWW makes it (96) - 4%
Total votes: 2149

Will it be an all-purple Stagg Bowl?
Yes, absolutely (1726) - 49%
No, just UWW makes it (948) - 27%
No, just Mount makes it (428) - 12%
Neither: Both get knocked off (404) - 11%
Total votes: 3506

Fans slightly more optimistic this time around.

Will it be an all-purple Stagg Bowl?

Yes, absolutely (6126) - 65%
No, just Mount makes it (1880) - 20%
No, just UWW makes it (890) - 9%
Neither: a double upset (484) - 5%
9380 total votes
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 23, 2012, 01:40:52 am
Who will win the WIAC this season?
UW-Whitewater (970) - 66%
UW-Platteville (213) - 14%
UW-Oshkosh (172) - 11%
UW-Stevens Point (100) - 6%
Total votes: 1455
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2012, 02:30:34 pm
How many points is too many?
No limit (1508) - 38%
69 (1045) - 26%
76 (551) - 14%
90 (473) - 12%
83 (299) - 7%
Total votes: 3876
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 30, 2012, 01:15:30 am
Of these possible upset or near-upset picks in Triple Take, which team is most likely to lose?
Baldwin Wallace (by Otterbein) (253) - 34%
North Central (by Elmhurst) (189) - 25%
Ill. Wesleyan (by Millikin) (120) - 16%
Bethel (by Augsburg) (104) - 14%
Johns Hopkins (by Juniata) (76) - 10%
Total votes: 742
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 07, 2012, 01:21:22 am
If a new Top 25 spot opened up, who should get it?
Heidelberg (1104) - 33%
Wittenberg (635) - 19%
Willamette (593) - 18%
Coe (571) - 17%
Waynesburg (355) - 10%
Total votes: 3258
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 12, 2012, 06:02:44 pm
Who will finish in second place in the Ohio Athletic Conference?
Heidelberg (1137) - 45%
Otterbein (758) - 30%
Mount Union (627) - 24%
Total votes: 2522
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 13, 2012, 11:25:30 pm
Which of these Top 25 games will be the best of the weekend?
Bethel-St. Thomas (455) - 32%
Heidelberg-Otterbein (395) - 28%
Oshkosh-Platteville (390) - 28%
UMHB-Louisiana College (140) - 10%
Total votes: 1380
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 14, 2012, 11:35:00 pm
Who will fall furthest in Sunday's Top 25?
No. 9 Bethel (413) - 31%
No. 11 St. John Fisher (342) - 26%
No. 13 UW-Platteville (164) - 12%
No. 20 Wheaton (155) - 11%
No. 25 Otterbein (149) - 11%
No. 16 Birmingham-Southern (84) - 6%
Total votes: 1307
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 22, 2012, 11:36:36 am
Which recent Top 25 entrant will go the furthest this season?
Heidelberg (1315) - 39%
Alfred (725) - 21%
Coe (697) - 20%
Willamette (587) - 17%
Total votes: 3324
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 25, 2012, 03:53:26 pm
Which ranked team that lost Saturday is in the most trouble?
UW-Whitewater (1856) - 64%
Illinois Wesleyan (359) - 12%
Rowan (241) - 8%
Willamette (222) - 7%
Alfred (215) - 7%
Total votes: 2893
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 31, 2012, 06:55:00 pm
Who will be ranked first in the West in the first official NCAA rankings?
Linfield (1675) - 36%
UW-Oshkosh (1474) - 32%
St. Thomas (1105) - 24%
Coe (341) - 7%
Total votes: 4595
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 04, 2012, 10:25:30 pm
Which two-loss team is most likely to get an at-large bid?
Nobody will (1074) - 35%
Pacific Lutheran (715) - 23%
Rowan (487) - 16%
Huntingdon (438) - 14%
Lycoming (315) - 10%
Total votes: 3029
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2012, 11:57:39 pm
Which team has the best at-large chances?
Wittenberg (961) - 38%
Elmhurst (867) - 34%
Rowan (669) - 26%
Total votes: 2497
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 11, 2012, 01:10:37 pm
Which of Saturday's big rivalry games will be the best?
Cortaca Jug (587) - 39%
Monon Bell (401) - 27%
Randolph-Macon/Hampden-Sydney (281) - 18%
Amherst-Williams (212) - 14%
Total votes: 1481
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 11, 2012, 08:44:02 pm
Which one-loss team is least likely to get in?
Ohio Wesleyan (537) - 30%
Waynesburg (453) - 26%
Bridgewater State (369) - 21%
Heidelberg (383) - 21%
Total votes: 1742
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2012, 11:00:18 pm
Which side of the bracket is the stronger one?
The Mount Union/UMHB side (1449) - 50%
The Linfield/St. Thomas side (1161) - 40%
They're equally strong (250) - 8%
Total votes: 2860
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 17, 2012, 05:47:39 pm
Which road team is most likely to win Saturday?
Bethel (1342) - 23%
North Central (1246) - 21%
Wittenberg (788) - 13%
Rowan (702) - 12%
Franklin (688) - 12%
Elmhurst (469) - 8%
Pacific Lutheran (437) - 7%
Total votes: 5672

Top three and five of top six have already won. PLU trailing but not dead yet.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 22, 2012, 09:47:27 pm
Which conference had the best first round?
CCIW (1696) - 44%
MIAC (1088) - 28%
NCAC (704) - 18%
HCAC (344) - 8%
Total votes: 3832
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2012, 12:12:24 am
Will any of the top seeds win by less than a TD on Saturday?
No, none will (1129) - 41%
Linfield will (733) - 27%
St. Thomas will (496) - 18%
Mount Union will (176) - 6%
UMHB will (158) - 5%
Total votes: 2692
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 29, 2012, 11:10:11 pm
What's wrong with one player scoring 138 points?
The coach was wrong to enable it (1650) 53%
There's nothing wrong! (1092) 35%
The media was wrong to blow it out of proportion (266) 8%
The player was wrong to do it (78) 2%
Total votes: 3086

We don't usually archive the D3hoops polls in this fashion, but I wanted to hold onto it.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 30, 2012, 01:43:52 am
Who/what has performed the best so far in the playoffs?
The Mount Union defense (1684) - 34%
UWO's Cole Myhra (1153) - 23%
The Top 25 (max 7 of top 8 left) (832) - 17%
The UMHB offense (718) - 14%
The Wesley offense (495) - 10%
Total votes: 4882
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2012, 06:57:49 pm
Which of Saturday's quarterfinals will be the best?
Linfield-Oshkosh (1322) - 41%
UMHB-Wesley (901) - 28%
St. Thomas-Hobart (579) - 18%
Mount Union-Widener (383) - 12%
Total votes: 3185
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 05, 2012, 11:03:00 am
Which is the best West quarterfinal since expansion?
2012: UWO over Linfield (1637) - 55%
2005: UWW over Linfield (545) - 18%
2010: Bethel over St. Thomas (375) - 12%
2003: St. John's over Linfield (374) - 12%
Total votes: 2931
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2012, 02:35:40 pm
Who should win the Gagliardi Trophy?
Nate Wara (765) - 46%
Should've been Javicz Jones or Nick Driskill (648) - 39%
Scottie Williams (142) - 8%
Luke Heinsohn (61) - 3%
Zach Autenrieb (41) - 2%
Total votes: 1657
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 07, 2012, 04:32:51 pm
Which QB will have the best game Saturday?
Nate Wara (715) - 41%
Kevin Burke (557) - 32%
LiDarral Bailey (250) - 14%
Matt O'Connell (152) - 8%
Someone's backup (49) - 2%
Total votes: 1723
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 08, 2012, 09:15:36 pm
Who will meet in the Stagg Bowl?
Mount Union and St. Thomas (1400) - 41%
Mount Union and UW-Oshkosh (1365) - 40%
UMHB and St. Thomas (346) - 10%
UMHB and UW-Oshkosh (269) - 7%
Total votes: 3380
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2012, 12:18:50 am
Will you be making the trip to Salem?
No, I'll be watching/listening (2020) - 63%
No, I don't have a team in the game (587) - 18%
Yes, I'll be there (566) - 17%
Total votes: 3173
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2012, 10:41:18 am
Who should be No. 2 in the final poll?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1580) - 48%
St. Thomas (1498) - 46%
Let's hope for a tie (149) - 4%
Total votes: 3227
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2012, 10:42:31 am
... and the previous one, which I neglected to archive:

Who will win Stagg Bowl XL?
Mount Union by 15-plus    2225    49%
Mount Union by 1-14    1086    24%
St. Thomas by 1-14    1009    22%
St. Thomas by 15-plus    157    3%
Total votes: 4447
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 29, 2012, 06:12:08 pm
Which new OAC coach will have the best 2013 season?
Tom Arth, John Carroll (571) - 58%
Craig Candeto, Capital (183) - 18%
Andy Waddle, Marietta (145) - 14%
Stacey Hairston, Wilmington (70) - 7%
Total votes: 969
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 24, 2013, 03:26:50 pm
How will St. John's do under Gary Fasching?
Better than 2012 but not MIAC contender (1263) - 41%
Another .500 season (675) - 21%
They'll be under .500 (439) - 14%
They'll make a playoff run (392) - 12%
Early playoff loss (305) - 9%
Total votes: 3074
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on May 04, 2013, 12:49:58 am
How many D-III players will be taken in the NFL draft?
None (346) - 46%
One (155) - 20%
More than two (125) - 16%
Two (113) - 15%
Total votes: 739
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on May 08, 2013, 11:56:12 am
How far will Jasper Collins get?
He'll make the team (143) - 49%
He'll make the practice squad (95) - 32%
He'll get cut in camp (52) - 17%
Total votes: 290
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on May 22, 2013, 10:16:33 am
With Larry Kehres stepping down, who's the 2013 favorite?
Still Mount Union (1165) - 50%
Anyone else (481) - 20%
St. Thomas (325) - 14%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (249) - 10%
Wesley (98) - 4%
Total votes: 2318
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 12, 2013, 03:01:04 pm
On our team pages, we have a link for a conference page. Where would you like that link to point to?
Conference standings (1152) - 82%
Conference composite schedule (252) - 17%
Total votes: 1404

The people have spoken.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 06, 2013, 12:49:20 am
If Mount Union and St. Thomas are the top two, who should be No. 3?
UMHB (1070) - 25%
Whitewater (937) - 22%
Linfield (882) - 21%
Wesley (414) - 9%
North Central (400) - 9%
Oshkosh (238) - 5%
Bethel (220) - 5%
Total votes: 4161
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 12, 2013, 12:21:53 pm
Which D3 player had the best Hall of Fame game?
Kyle Miller (274) - 52%
Alex Tanney (197) - 38%
Jason Trusnik (46) - 8%
Total votes: 517
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 03, 2013, 11:35:06 am
Would you take a D-III road trip?
Yes, I'd see an extra game before or after my team plays (866) - 54%
No, can't say I'm interested (427) - 26%
Yes, I'd see multiple games on my team's bye week (304) - 19%
Total votes: 1597
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 07, 2013, 04:58:12 pm
Which Top 25 team's game are you most looking forward to in Week 1?
No. 19 Franklin at No. 1 Mount Union (927) - 46%
No. 20 Widener at No. 5 Wesley (447) - 22%
No. 3 UMHB at Redlands (282) - 14%
No. 10 Wittenberg at Butler (219) - 10%
CNU at No. 16 Salisbury (137) - 6%
Total votes: 2012
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2013, 12:45:00 am
If you were a Top 25 voter, where would you rank Franklin?
12-15 (255) - 22%
Below 19, I mean, they lost, right? (244) - 21%
Somewhere above No. 9 (236) - 20%
16-18 (234) - 20%
9-11 (182) - 15%
Total votes: 1151
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 14, 2013, 06:53:16 pm
Aside from the Top 25, which weekly feature do you most look forward to?
Around the Region (194) - 34%
Around the Nation columns (97) - 17%
Triple Take (87) - 15%
Around the Nation podcast (72) - 12%
Play of the Week (53) - 9%
Team of the Week (weekly honor roll) (44) - 7%
Postgame show (9) - 1%
Total vote: 556
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 19, 2013, 11:21:22 pm
Which Top 25 team's offensive performance was most impressive?
Linfield's 71 points vs. HSU (860) - 36%
Wabash's 69 points vs. Hanover (772) - 32%
North Central's 674 yards vs. UW-L (712) - 30%
Total votes: 2344
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 21, 2013, 06:52:31 pm
Which Top 25 team's offensive performance was most impressive?
Linfield's 71 points vs. HSU (1003) - 37%
Wabash's 69 points vs. Hanover (856) - 31%
North Central's 674 yards vs. UW-L (830) - 30%
Total votes: 2689
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2013, 10:20:00 pm
Which 3-0 team is the biggest surprise?
St. John's (1784) - 41%
Gallaudet (521) - 12%
Juniata (517) - 12%
Someone else (507) - 11%
Olivet (388) - 9%
Stevenson (362) - 8%
Hope (224) - 5%
Total votes: 4303
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 03, 2013, 06:07:42 pm
Which team's result was the bigger surprise considering how their game went last week?
St. John's loss (930) - 56%
Rochester's win (311) - 18%
Wesley's win (278) - 16%
WPI's win (139) - 8%
Total votes: 1658
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 08, 2013, 01:48:19 pm
How many games will the Merchant Marine Academy lose to the shutdown?
Two (311) - 30%
Three (251) - 24%
Just this one (248) - 24%
Four or more (211) - 20%
Total votes: 1021
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 15, 2013, 01:21:04 pm
Who do you think is the best team in the WIAC?
UW-Whitewater (1765) - 51%
UW-Oshkosh (747) - 21%
UW-Platteville (725) - 21%
One of the others (204) - 5%
Total votes: 6441
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 19, 2013, 08:44:43 pm
If you were doing Triple Take, which Top 25 team would be your pick to get upset?
No. 19 St. John Fisher (Salisbury) (862) - 30%
No. 7 Platteville (UW-SP) (603) - 21%
No. 21 Coe (Dubuque) (480) - 16%
No. 11 Wesley (Rowan) (361) - 12%
No. 17 PLU (Pacific) (331) - 11%
No. 3 UMHB (Louisiana College) (202) - 7%
Total votes: 2839
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 30, 2013, 11:58:57 am
Which top six team is least likely to finish regular season unbeaten?
Mount Union (2594)  31%
Bethel (1488)  18%
Hobart (1393)  17%
North Central (1234)  15%
Linfield (819)  10%
UMHB (628)  7%
Total votes: 8156
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 02, 2013, 06:03:52 pm
Who wins the Mount Union-Heidelberg game?
Mount Union by 14-plus (1222)  50%
Mount Union by 1-13 points (558)  23%
Heidelberg by 1-13 points (533)  22%
Heidelberg by 14-plus (92)  3%
Total votes: 2405
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 08, 2013, 12:21:56 pm
Which Top 25 matchup from Saturday had the biggest playoff impact?
Whitewater-Platteville (1226)  40%
Mount Union-Heidelberg (893)  29%
North Central-Illinois Wesleyan (527)  17%
Linfield-Willamette (349)  11%
Total votes: 2995
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 10, 2013, 01:46:57 am
Which potential clinching team will wait a week?
Franklin (152)  28%
Johns Hopkins (103)  19%
Lebanon Valley (99)  18%
Gallaudet (98)  18%
Redlands (75)  14%
Total votes: 527
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 17, 2013, 02:17:29 am
Which Pool B team is the odd man out after this week?
Texas Lutheran (1032)  44%
Framingham State (515)  21%
Wesley (444)  18%
Millsaps (354)  15%
Total votes: 2345
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 18, 2013, 11:05:47 am
Who gets the last playoff spot?
St. Thomas (709)  32%
UW-Oshkosh (597)  27%
St. John Fisher (378)  17%
Someone else (365)  16%
Thomas More (156)  7%
Total votes: 2205
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 23, 2013, 07:15:20 pm
What most surprises you about this year's bracket?
Franklin and Hampden-Sydney get home games (1126)  28%
Mount Union and UWW on opposite sides of bracket (1122)  28%
Johns Hopkins plays Wesley (979)  24%
That strength of schedule was valued by the committee (710)  18%
Total votes: 3937
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2013, 08:49:56 pm
Following four are surveys that were not on the front page, but were part of the playoff predictions ATN column:

Who will win the top right bracket?
UW-Whitewater (351)  40%
Linfield (319)  36%
Franklin (69)  7%
Hampden-Sydney (44)  5%
Washington U. (34)  3%
Pacific Lutheran (20)  2%
St. Norbert (16)  1%
Maryville (12)  1%
Total votes: 865

Who will win the bottom right bracket?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (331)  49%
John Carroll (133)  19%
Hobart (64)  9%
Gallaudet (54)  8%
St. John Fisher (44)  6%
Rowan (26)  3%
Redlands (11)  1%
Endicott (8)  1%
Total votes: 627

Who will win the bottom left bracket?
North Central (287)  41%
Bethel (232)  33%
UW-Platteville (112)  16%
Wartburg (20)  2%
Illinois Wesleyan (16)  2%
Albion (12)  1%
St. Scholastica (10)  1%
Concordia (Wis.) (8)  1%
Total votes: 697

Who will win the top left bracket?
Mount Union (410)  64%
Wittenberg (66)  10%
Wesley (53)  8%
Ithaca (40)  6%
Johns Hopkins (38)  5%
Framingham State (16)  2%
Washington and Jefferson (9)  1%
Lebanon Valley (5)  0%
Total votes: 637
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 30, 2013, 12:41:05 am
Which conference should be most disappointed in the first-round results?
OAC (1283)  47%
CCIW (783)  29%
MAC (434)  16%
USAC (180)  6%
Total votes: 2680
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 01, 2013, 10:53:53 am
Which unranked road team has the best chance to win Saturday?
None of them do (443)  37%
Hampden-Sydney (337)  28%
Wartburg (254)  21%
Rowan (139)  11%
Total votes: 1173
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2013, 01:37:58 pm
Which top seed is most likely to lose next week?
Bethel (2055)  52%
UW-Whitewater (884)  22%
UMHB (572)  14%
Mount Union (369)  9%
Total votes: 3880
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 07, 2013, 08:48:33 pm
Too cold for football?
Never too cold for football! (240) 68%
Yes, too cold for football (70)  20%
No, not too cold for football (39)  11%
Total votes: 349

Something funky happened with this poll -- it seemed to reset several times.
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 08, 2013, 01:13:50 pm
Where should the UWW-UMHB game be played?
The Perk (56)  39%
The Cruthedral (40)  28%
Who cares? Just play the game! (24)  16%
Some neutral site in between (22)  15%
Total votes: 144
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 14, 2013, 08:34:52 pm
Who will play in Stagg Bowl XLI?
Mount Union and UW-Whitewater (746)  36%
Mount Union and Mary Hardin-Baylor (736)  35%
North Central and UW-Whitewater (305)  14%
North Central and Mary Hardin-Baylor (262)  12%
Total votes: 2049
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 19, 2013, 06:19:11 pm
Who would you rank No. 3?
North Central (885)  49%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (519)  28%
Ask me after the Stagg (166)  9%
Linfield (137)  7%
Wesley (93)  5%
Total votes: 1800
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 28, 2014, 11:06:18 am
Asking again: Who should be No. 3?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (2390)  29%
Mount Union (2385)  29%
Linfield (1145)  14%
North Central (1677)  20%
Wesley (578)  7%
Total votes: 8175
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 14, 2014, 12:28:00 pm
Who will play in Stagg Bowl XLII?
UW-Whitewater and somebody else (1054)  35%
UW-Whitewater and Mount Union (809)  27%
Neither of these will make the Stagg (723)  24%
Mount Union and somebody else (400)  13%
Total votes: 2986
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 13, 2014, 01:31:33 am
Missed one for the archive.

Which of these games was the most surprising?
Hiram-Westminster, Pa. (383)  38%
Buffalo State-Cortland State (324)  32%
Washington and Jefferson-Wooster (207)  20%
Guilford-Greensboro (83)  8%
Total votes: 997
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 21, 2014, 02:14:50 pm
Who would you least like to be in practice this week?
Anyone for Cortland State (576)  54%
The Illinois College defense (260)  24%
The Rose-Hulman defense (120)  11%
The Methodist offense (98)  9%
Total votes: 1054
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2014, 07:16:25 pm
Of the teams that broke long losing streaks, who is least likely to win again this season?
UW-River Falls (423)  32%
Tufts (335)  26%
Allegheny (198)  15%
St. Vincent (182)  14%
Nichols  (148)  11%
Total votes: 1286
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 05, 2014, 12:44:06 pm
Which of these big rivalry games is the most unpredictable?
Johnnie-Tommie (632)  38%
Cortaca Jug (332)  20%
Monon Bell (246)  15%
Coast Guard-Merchant Marine (148)  9%
H-SC/R-MC (136)  8%
Amherst-Williams (132)  8%
Total votes: 1626
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 12, 2014, 12:38:39 am
Which of these teams are you most surprised to see at 4-0?
MIT (517)  26%
Chicago (369)  18%
Luther (338)  17%
Rose-Hulman (288)  14%
Emory and Henry (273)  14%
Hendrix (161)  8%
Total votes: 1946
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 19, 2014, 06:32:36 pm
Which team that didn't lose on Saturday most deserves to be lower in our Top 25?
Wittenberg (492)  26%
Johns Hopkins (487)  25%
UW-Platteville (485)  25%
Wheaton (426)  22%
Total votes: 1890
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 26, 2014, 03:46:17 pm
Which is the second-best team on the west coast?
Chapman (436)  29%
Pacific Lutheran (337)  22%
Pacific (320)  21%
Redlands (239)  16%
Willamette (141)  9%
Total votes: 1473
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 02, 2014, 10:29:19 am
Which yet-to-be-played conference game do you most want to see?
John Carroll/Mount Union (1326)  38%
Bethel/St. John's (720)  20%
Wabash/Wittenberg (525)  15%
Ithaca/St. John Fisher (368)  10%
Del Val/Widener (336)  9%
Guilford/Hampden-Sydney (204)  5%
Total votes: 3479
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2014, 03:09:47 pm
Where would you rank Linfield this week?
Just behind Bethel/Wheaton (439)  28%
Just behind John Carroll (284)  18%
Just behind Widener (273)  17%
Just behind Wabash (228)  14%
Just behind Wartburg (194)  12%
Just behind Hobart/JHU (127)  8%
Total votes: 1545
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 16, 2014, 02:38:16 am
Which two-loss team has the best chance at an at-large bid?
Bethel (1190)  28%
UW-Platteville (1055)  25%
North Central (916)  21%
St. John Fisher (738)  17%
Thomas More (308)  7%
Total votes: 4207
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 17, 2014, 02:07:14 pm
Which of these teams is the committee more likely to give an at-large bid to?
Centre (10-0) (1785)  74%
UW-Oshkosh (6-4, 6-1 vs. D3) (309)  12%
Neither is likely to get an at-large bid (300)  12%
Total votes: 2494
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 20, 2014, 11:39:52 am
Two more of these to come this week:

How far will John Carroll advance in the bracket?
One and out (259)  19%
They'll make the second round (338)  24%
They'll make the quarterfinals (481)  35%
They'll go to the semis or beyond (277)  20%
Total votes: 1355

How far will Linfield advance in the playoffs?
They'll make the second round (411)  46%
They'll make the quarterfinals (145)  16%
One and out (145)  16%
They'll go to the semis or beyond (152)  17%
Total votes: 722
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 21, 2014, 10:10:24 am
How far will Wittenberg advance in the playoffs?
They'll make the second round (206)  55%
One and out (125)  33%
They'll make the quarterfinals (20)  5%
They'll go to the semis or beyond (19)  5%
Total votes: 360
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 22, 2014, 09:36:45 pm
How far will Hobart advance in the playoffs?
One and out (324)  41%
They'll make the second round (286)  36%
They'll make the quarterfinals (106)  13%
They'll go to the semis or beyond (57)  7%
Total votes: 773
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 30, 2014, 12:07:10 am
Which was the biggest surprise of the first round?
Two different players each threw eight picks (1611) 51%
Christopher Newport defeating Del Val (779)  25%
Widener's close game vs. Muhlenberg (420)  13%
First playoff win for OAC runner-up since 2010 (291)  9%
Total votes: 3101
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 04, 2014, 01:05:19 am
Which of these results was most surprising from the second round?
Linfield winning at UMHB (1948) 60%
John Carroll and Wheaton combining for 26 points (698)  21%
Wartburg and SJU scoreless at the half (561)  17%
Total votes: 3207
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2014, 09:28:48 pm
Will the coaching hirings at Buffalo (Leipold and top assistants) affect UWW on the field this week?
Yes, but only enough to make it closer (748)  30%
No, they'll win big (651)  26%
Yes, and UWW gets knocked out  (562)  22%
I'm just a biased fan who wants UWW to lose (487)  19%
Total votes: 2448
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 14, 2014, 11:47:51 pm
Who will win the Linfield-Whitewater game?
Whitewater by 1-10 (1468)  34%
Linfield by 1-10 (1418)  32%
Whitewater by more than 10 (1032)  23%
Linfield by more than 10 (398)  9%
Total votes: 4316

Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 14, 2014, 11:48:54 pm
Who will win the Wesley-Mount Union game?
Mount Union by more than 10 (1396)  36%
Wesley by 1-10 (1057)  27%
Mount Union by 1-10 (987)  25%
Wesley by more than 10 (379)  9%
Total votes: 3819
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2014, 04:39:41 pm
Stagg Bowl XLII: Care or don't care?
Care (1329) 60%
Don't care (564)  25%
Only sort of care (303)  13%
Total votes: 2196
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2014, 04:40:43 pm
To compare the number of votes cast, here's the poll we ran for the full week before Stagg Bowl XLI, with 1800 votes.

Who would you rank No. 3?
North Central (885)  49%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (519)  28%
Ask me after the Stagg (166)  9%
Linfield (137)  7%
Wesley (93)  5%
Total votes: 1800
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 20, 2014, 02:52:13 am
Who will win Stagg Bowl XLII?
UW-Whitewater by 1-10 (1256)  33%
Mount Union by more than 10 (1196)  32%
Mount Union by 1-10 (738)  19%
UW-Whitewater by more than 10 (509)  13%
Total votes: 3699
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 22, 2014, 02:24:53 pm
Following surveys were in our playoff preview:

Who will win the top left bracket?
UW-Whitewater (612)  54%
Wartburg (161)  14%
St. John's (147)  13%
Wabash (105)  9%
St. Thomas (46)  4%
Franklin (26)  2%
Macalester (22)  1%
St. Scholastica (7)  0%
Total votes: 1126

Who will win the bottom right bracket?
Mount Union (476)  57%
John Carroll (182)  22%
Wheaton (64)  7%
Wittenberg (35)  4%
Washington and Jefferson (30)  3%
Centre (20)  2%
Adrian (10)  1%
Benedictine (8)  0%
Total votes: 825

Who will win the top right bracket?
Wesley (448)  59%
Hobart (80)  10%
Johns Hopkins (73)  9%
MIT (50)  6%
Ithaca (47)  6%
Hampden-Sydney (23)  3%
Rowan (21)  2%
Husson (13)  1%
Total votes: 755

Who will win the bottom left bracket?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (393)  53%
Linfield (175)  23%
Widener (69)  9%
Delaware Valley (33)  4%
Muhlenberg (26)  3%
Christopher Newport (19)  2%
Chapman (11)  1%
Texas Lutheran (10)  1%
Total votes: 736
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on January 20, 2015, 12:30:27 pm
Who should have been Most Outstanding Player of Stagg Bowl XLII?
Matt Behrendt (675)  42%
Marcus McLin (465)  29%
Dennis Moore (203)  12%
Jordan Ratliffe (145)  9%
Lake Bachar (82)  5%
Total votes: 1570
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on February 03, 2015, 12:35:59 am
Of the five finalists for the UWW coaching job, which would be the best choice?
UWW defensive run coordinator Kevin Bullis (427)  37%
Wabash HC Erik Raeburn (395)  34%
Ohio Northern HC Dean Paul (169)  14%
UW-Platteville def. coordinator Rob Erickson (106)  9%
Urbana HC Dave Taynor (34)  3%
Total votes: 1131
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on April 09, 2015, 12:18:01 am
How will UWW do in Kevin Bullis' first season as coach?
Lose in quarters or semis (770)  34%
National champs (635)  28%
Miss the playoffs entirely (319)  14%
November playoff exit (300)  13%
Lose in Stagg Bowl (240)  10%
Total votes: 2264
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 12, 2015, 09:49:29 am
Who will win the new-look NJAC?
Christopher Newport (71)  6%
Montclair State (47)  4%
Rowan (114)  10%
Salisbury (82)  7%
Wesley (736)  70%
Total votes: 1050
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 03, 2015, 10:39:40 am
Who will win the new-look Empire 8?
St. John Fisher (772)  49%
Ithaca (363)  23%
Cortland (202)  13%
Morrisville State (115)  7%
Alfred (101)  6%
Total votes: 1553
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 06, 2015, 10:36:49 am
How will you follow your favorite D-III team this weekend?
Watching/listening online (314)  42%
From the stands (250)  33%
Checking social media/web sites afterward (160)  21%
Listening to the radio (23)  3%
Total votes: 747
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 13, 2015, 01:56:47 pm
Which conference had the best opening week?
MIAC (8-1, L by 8 to top 10 team) (661)  45%
CCIW (6-1, only L by Carthage) (316)  21%
E8 (8-1, but 48-0 L by SJF) (299)  20%
Centennial (8-2) (165)  11%
Total votes: 1441
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 16, 2015, 12:26:11 pm
Which of these teams had the best improvement from Week 1 to Week 2?
Bluffton (L to Wilmington, beat BW) (148)  24%
George Fox (L to La Verne, beat Redlands) (148)  24%
Hampden-Sydney (L to Wabash, beat CNU) (146)  24%
Becker (L to Fitchburg, beat MIT) (92)  15%
Southwestern (L to HSU, beat McMurry) (71)  11%
Total votes: 605
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 25, 2015, 11:40:36 pm
Which of the teams new to the Top 25 will remain ranked the longest?
Hardin-Simmons (727)  43%
Ithaca (672)  40%
Guilford (262)  15%
Total votes: 1661
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 27, 2015, 01:36:12 am
Which of Saturday's games between ranked teams will be the best?
Wesley at North Central (178)  30%
St. Thomas at St. John's (300)  50%
Wittenberg at Wabash (112)  18%
Total votes: 590
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 28, 2015, 09:25:01 am
Who should be the No. 1 team in the new Top 25 poll?
UW-Whitewater (431)  48%
Mount Union (185)  20%
St. Thomas (93)  10%
Wabash (79)  8%
Linfield (55)  6%
Wesley (44)  4%
Total votes: 887
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 03, 2015, 09:12:21 pm
Which D-III game should ESPN's road shows hit next?
Monon Bell (2691) 59%
Cortaca Jug (621)  13%
Whitewater home game (599)  13%
Stagg Bowl (577)  12%
Secretaries' Cup (49)  1%
Total votes: 4537
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 18, 2015, 06:12:48 pm
Which of these teams is the biggest surprise so far this season?
Chicago (764)  38%
Thomas More (440)  22%
Cortland (398)  19%
Hardin-Simmons (389)  19%
Total votes: 1991
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Post by: Pat Coleman on October 28, 2015, 02:21:27 pm
Which of these teams has the best shot at bouncing back from upset losses?
Wartburg (640)  33%
John Carroll (610)  31%
Cortland (344)  17%
Texas Lutheran (206)  10%
Guilford (137)  7%
Total votes: 1937
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 03, 2015, 08:35:48 pm
Which of these top 10 teams is most overrated?
No. 4 Wesley (850)  19%
No. 10 Johns Hopkins (817)  18%
No. 7 UW-Whitewater (784)  17%
No. 5 UW-Oshkosh (670)  15%
No. 8 Wheaton (460)  10%
No. 9 Wabash (496)  11%
No. 6 St. Thomas (324)  7%
Total votes: 4401
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 04, 2015, 03:32:34 pm
Who will be the South No. 1 in first regional rankings?
Hardin-Simmons (335)  67%
Johns Hopkins (65)  13%
Thomas More (66)  13%
Washington and Lee (32)  6%
Total votes: 498
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2015, 12:03:01 pm
Based on the regional ranking, who has the best chance of being picked as an at-large team?
UW-Whitewater (1781)   69%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (546)  21%
Wheaton/IWU loser (151)  5%
Albright/Stevenson winner (103)  3%
Total votes: 2581
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 04, 2015, 02:25:03 pm
Which quarterfinal are you most looking forward to?
UW-Oshkosh/UW-Whitewater (1928)  46%
St. Thomas/Wabash (859)  20%
Linfield/UMHB (783)  18%
Mount Union/Wesley (599)  14%
Total votes: 4169
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 04, 2015, 02:31:31 pm
Here are the bracket-by-bracket surveys that appeared on the predictions column and rotated through the front page:

Who will win the top right bracket?
Mount Union (1172) 79%
Johns Hopkins (110)  7%
Wesley (95)  6%
St. Lawrence (28)  1%
Western New England (24)  1%
Albright (22)  1%
Norwich (16)  1%
Framingham State (15)  1%
Total votes: 1482

Who will win the top left bracket?
St. Thomas (1992)  43%
Wabash (1107)  24%
St. John's (802)  17%
Thomas More (351)  7%
Washington & Lee (95)  2%
Dubuque (70)  1%
La Verne (63)  1%
Albion (56)  1%
Total votes: 4536

Who will win the bottom left bracket?
Linfield (1706)  56%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (844)  28%
Cortland (169)  5%
Hardin-Simmons (105)  3%
Salisbury (71)  2%
Huntingdon (47)  1%
Hendrix (36)  1%
Whitworth (20)  0%
Total votes: 2998

Who will win the bottom right bracket?
UW-Whitewater (513)  52%
UW-Oshkosh (250)  25%
Wheaton (115)  11%
Ohio Northern (45)  4%
St. Norbert (19)  1%
Franklin (18)  1%
Lakeland (5)  0%
St. Scholastica (5)  0%
Total votes: 970
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2015, 12:07:58 am
Which road team is most likely to win Saturday?
UW-Whitewater (1744)  68%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (464)  18%
Wabash (236)  9%
Wesley (88)  3%
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 08, 2015, 05:29:55 pm
Did the committee do the right thing, putting MTU and UWW on the same side of the bracket?
We won't know until after the Stagg Bowl (1110)  38%
No, they should have made a Stagg rematch possible (1046)  36%
Yes, if nobody else can stop them the committee should (709)  24%
Total votes: 2865
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 12, 2015, 03:26:10 pm
Who will advance to Stagg Bowl XLIII?
Mount Union and Linfield (930)  26%
Mount Union and St. Thomas (1328)  37%
UW-Whitewater and Linfield (519)  14%
UW-Whitewater and St. Thomas (794)  22%
Total votes: 3571
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Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2015, 12:14:12 am
If you're Mount Union, would you rather play Linfield or St. Thomas?
Doesn't matter (652)  49%
Linfield (503)  38%
St. Thomas (150)  11%
Total votes: 1285
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 16, 2015, 09:33:43 am
Which finalist will win the Gagliardi Trophy?
Joe Callahan (620)  44%
David Simmet (424)  30%
Sam Sura (212)  15%
Matt Pawlowski (137)  9%
Total votes: 1393
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2015, 11:13:59 pm
Who will win Stagg Bowl XLIII?
Mount Union by 8 or more (1610)  52%
St. Thomas by 1-7 (744)  24%
St. Thomas by 8 or more (373)  12%
Mount Union by 1-7 (316)  10%
Total votes: 3043
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Post by: Pat Coleman on March 29, 2016, 10:19:08 pm
UST has 26 seniors. Where do they finish the 2016 season?
Out in semis or quarters (1198)  29%
Out in first or second round (1029)  25%
Back in Salem (993)  24%
Miss the playoffs (868)  21%
Total votes: 4088
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 20, 2016, 11:21:02 am
How will Wabash do in Don Morel's first season as coach?
Miss the playoffs entirely (817) 44%
Lose in first or second round (665) 36%
Lose in quarterfinals (207) 11%
Reach semis or finals (158) 8%
Total votes: 1847
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 27, 2016, 02:55:26 pm
Who did you think should be our preseason No. 1?
Mount Union (391)  53%
Someone else (98)  13%
UW-Whitewater (93)  12%
St. Thomas (63)  8%
Linfield (53)  7%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (30)  4%
Total votes: 728
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 25, 2016, 02:57:15 pm
Who did you think should be our preseason No. 2?
St. Thomas (741)  31%
UW-Whitewater (587)  24%
Linfield (487)  20%
Mount Union (302)  12%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (235)  9%
Total votes: 2352
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2016, 09:40:20 pm
Which Thursday/Friday result was most surprising?
Delaware Valley over Wesley (992)  72%
Adrian over Pacific (174)  12%
Belhaven over Millsaps (116)  8%
Salisbury over Albright (95)  6%
Total votes: 1377
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 11, 2016, 12:28:13 pm
Of the Quick Hits picks, which Top 25 upset seems most likely?
No. 18 Ohio Northern (225)  43%
No Top 25 teams will be upset (93)  18%
No. 17 Wesley (72)  13%
No. 21 Huntingdon (64)  12%
No. 16 Cortland (61)  11%
Total votes: 515
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Post by: Pat Coleman on September 18, 2016, 01:39:23 am
Which of these teams is most likely to go from 0-2 to a playoff bid?
St. Norbert (448)  30%
Hampden-Sydney (373)  25%
Texas Lutheran (309)  20%
N.C. Wesleyan (228)  15%
Norwich (124)  8%
Total votes: 1428
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 22, 2016, 01:28:08 pm
Which blowout were you most surprised by?
UMHB beating Linfield 66-27 (1312)  72%
Heidelberg beating Ohio Northern 45-14 (252)  13%
Beloit beating Grinnell 72-17 (135)  7%
Louisiana College beating Texas Lutheran 58-28 (102)  5%
Total votes: 1801
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 24, 2016, 06:09:32 pm
Who wins the Tommie-Johnnie game?
St. Thomas, by 10 or more (407)  46%
St. John's, by single digits (231)  26%
St. Thomas, by single digits (169)  19%
St. John's, by 10 or more (68)  7%
Total votes: 875
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2016, 05:11:56 pm
In which month would you rather face your biggest rival?
November (1073)  56%
October (606)  32%
September (214)  11%
Total votes: 1893
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 10, 2016, 04:57:15 pm
How many of the 25 No. 1 votes do you think Mount Union should be getting?
Less than half (881)  34%
All 25 (730)  28%
21-24 (348)  13%
17-20 (336)  13%
13-16 (273)  10%
Total votes: 2568
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Post by: Pat Coleman on October 17, 2016, 03:14:51 am
How many of the six at-large bids will go to the WIAC and MIAC?
Two (805)  44%
Three (628)  35%
One (258)  14%
Zero (99)  5%
Total votes: 1790
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 24, 2016, 03:08:06 am
We've heard it both ways: How do you pronounce WIAC?
WHY-ack (979)  45%
WHEE-ack (763)  35%
Just call it "The Wisconsin Conference" (219)  10%
W-I-A-C (177)  8%
Total votes: 2138
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 01, 2016, 01:32:00 am
Assuming these teams win out, who is most likely to get an at-large bid?
UW-Platteville (1670)  61%
Wittenberg (559)  20%
Muhlenberg (298)  10%
Dubuque (207)  7%
Total votes: 2734
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 07, 2016, 03:15:39 am
Who wins these showdowns of conference leaders?
Hobart and Monmouth (287)  33%
St. Lawrence and Monmouth (267)  31%
Hobart and St. Norbert (165)  19%
St. Lawrence and St. Norbert (137)  16%
Total votes: 856
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2016, 10:09:51 pm
What are you doing this week?
Preparing for a playoff game (908)  52%
Hoping to make the playoffs (605)  35%
Trying to salvage the season (158)  9%
Moving over to D3hoops.com or D3hockey.com (54)  3%
Total votes: 1827
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 13, 2016, 09:42:20 pm
Should Mount Union get an at-large bid?
Yes, but only if the criteria clearly say so (918)  39%
Yes, no matter what (733)  31%
No (647)  28%
Total votes: 2298
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 14, 2016, 11:21:06 pm
What's the better surprise in this bracket?
Mount Union having to go on the road (1163)  39%
Three WIAC teams getting in (813)  27%
Hardin-Simmons getting a first-round home game (453)  15%
The East Region getting a No. 1 seed (354)  11%
Monmouth not facing a MIAC or WIAC team (190)  6%
Total votes: 2973
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2016, 12:16:29 am
Did Dusty Krueger get in the end zone?
Yes (665)  38%
No (597)  34%
I can't tell (476)  27%
Total votes: 1738
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 26, 2016, 04:54:30 pm
Which road team is most likely to win Saturday?
Mount Union (611)  55%
Wesley (134)  12%
St. John's (100)  9%
Linfield (86)  7%
Wheaton (Ill.) (80)  7%
Western New England (39)  3%
Wittenberg (28)  2%
Coe (23)  2%
Total votes: 1101
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 29, 2016, 01:38:51 pm
Who will advance out of the left side of the bracket?
Mary Hardin-Baylor and Mount Union (1688) 72%
Wheaton and Mount Union (330) 14%
Mary Hardin-Baylor and Alfred (228) 9%
Wheaton and Alfred (71) 3%
Total votes: 2317
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 04, 2016, 04:14:50 pm
Who will advance out of the right side of the bracket?
St. Thomas and UW-Whitewater (832)  31%
UW-Oshkosh and UW-Whitewater (825)  31%
UW-Oshkosh and John Carroll (705)  26%
St. Thomas and John Carroll (290)  10%
Total votes: 2652
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2016, 02:28:35 pm
From the beginning of the playoffs:

Who will win the bottom left bracket?
Mount Union (933)  63%
Johns Hopkins (208)  14%
Alfred (164)  11%
Hobart (62)  4%
Western New England (44)  2%
Randolph-Macon (34)  2%
Bridgewater State (17)  1%
Husson (15)  1%
Total votes: 1477
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2016, 02:30:29 pm
Who will win the top left bracket?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1270)  57%

North Central (363)  16%
Linfield (245)  11%
Wheaton (Ill.) (122)  5%
Hardin-Simmons (89)  4%
Rose-Hulman (48)  2%
Huntingdon (41)  1%
Redlands (28)  1%
Total votes: 2206
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2016, 02:31:34 pm
Who will win the top right bracket?
UW-Oshkosh (558)  41%
St. Thomas (443)  33%
St. John's (129)  9%
UW-Platteville (98)  7%
Monmouth (41)  3%
Coe (40)  2%
Washington U. (25)  1%
Northwestern (8)  0%
Total votes: 1342
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 06, 2016, 02:32:49 pm
Who will win the bottom right bracket?
UW-Whitewater (2089)  58%
John Carroll (885)  24%
Wesley (257)  7%
Wittenberg (140)  3%
Thomas More (76)  2%
Lakeland (56)  1%
Olivet (35)  0%
Stevenson (26)  0%
Total votes: 3564
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2016, 01:15:57 pm
Catching up on ones from the previous couple weeks:
Who will win the Stagg Bowl?
UW-Oshkosh by 1-7 points (409)  38%
UMHB by eight or more (268)  25%
UMHB by 1-7 points (251)  23%
UW-Oshkosh by eight or more (130)  12%
Total votes: 1,058
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2016, 01:17:35 pm
Which low-scoring game was more surprising?
UMHB-Mount Union   (836)   52%
Both were surprising   (354)   22%
Neither was surprising   (250)   15%
Oshkosh-John Carroll   (154)   9%
Total votes: 1,594
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2016, 01:20:08 pm
Who will win the UMHB/Mount Union semifinal?
UMHB by 1-7 points   (580)   28%
UMHB by eight or more   (540)   26%
Mount Union by 1-7 points   (496)   24%
Mount Union by eight or more   (413)   20%
Total votes: 2,029
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 18, 2016, 01:22:36 pm
Who will win the Oshkosh/John Carroll semifinal?
John Carroll by 1-7 points   708   36%
UW-Oshkosh by 1-7 points   497   25%
UW-Oshkosh by eight or more   364   19%
John Carroll by eight or more   345   18%
Total votes: 1,914
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on March 31, 2017, 11:34:57 am
Which team is most likely to return to Salem in 2017?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1261)  41%
Both teams are equally unlikely (1119)  36%
UW-Oshkosh (384)  12%
Both teams are equally likely (276)  9%
Total votes: 3,040
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 05, 2017, 12:11:39 pm
Which site will turn out to be the best Stagg Bowl host?
Canton, Ohio (1298)  50%
Shenandoah, Texas (641)  25%
Salem, Va. (607)  23%
Total votes: 2546
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on August 29, 2017, 06:19:35 pm
Who should be the preseason No. 1 team?
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1222)  49%
Mount Union (665)  26%
UW-Whitewater (358)  14%
UW-Oshkosh (234)  9%
Total votes: 2479
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 04, 2017, 08:51:32 pm
Which day is your opening game?
Saturday (591) 72%
Thursday (88)  10%
Next week (74)  9%
Friday (49)  5%
The week after (15)  1%
Total votes: 817
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 10, 2017, 01:38:01 am
What did you think of the 98-0 score?
150-plus guys played; what else do you need to do? (904)  59%
It's shameful (254)  16%
I'm not a fan (178)  11%
It doesn't bother me one way or the other (173)  11%
Total votes: 1509
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 16, 2017, 11:21:36 am
How many wins will Whitewater end the regular season with?
Seven (431)  36%
Six (301)  25%
Eight (278)  23%
Five or fewer (180)  15%
Total votes: 1190
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 21, 2017, 05:31:41 pm
How many games will Occidental allow its team to play this year?

Five or fewer (215) 53%
Eight    (76)   18%
Six (68) 16%
Seven (46) 11%
Total votes: 405
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 29, 2017, 10:24:00 am
Whose version of the Wheaton story do you believe most?
I wish I knew all the facts (498)  43%
The county district attorney's charges (366)  31%
Somewhere in between (164)  14%
Wheaton's internal investigation (125)  10%
Total votes: 1,153
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 02, 2017, 01:04:40 pm
Which team will fare best Saturday after multiple weeks off?
UW-Oshkosh (vs. UWW) (267)  67%
UW-Stout (vs. UWP) (42)  10%
Pacific Lutheran (vs. Puget Sound) (41)  10%
Occidental (vs. Redlands) (26)  6%
Pacific (vs. George Fox) (20)  5%
Total votes: 396
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 09, 2017, 04:36:55 pm
Who will win the CCIW automatic bid?
Carthage (41)  4%
Illinois Wesleyan (183)  21%
North Central (484)  57%
Wheaton (139)  16%
Total votes: 847
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 15, 2017, 07:43:55 pm
If just one spot opened up in the Top 25 this week, who would you give it to?
George Fox (496)  31%
Someone else (348)  22%
Springfield (270)  17%
Wartburg (246)  15%
Johns Hopkins (218)  13%
Total votes: 1578
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 18, 2017, 01:34:31 am
At the end of the season, which number will be greater: Occidental cancellations or St. John Fisher victories?
Ugh. What a disaster.   (203) 52%
Occidental cancellations (100) 26%
St. John Fisher victories (58) 15%
They'll be equal (23) 5%
Total votes: 384
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 25, 2017, 04:53:53 pm
How many Oxy players will stick around for 2018?
24-30 (186)  13%
18-23 (239)  17%
10-17 (375)  27%
1-9 (252)  18%
Not a one (330)  23%
Total votes: 1382
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on October 28, 2017, 10:07:41 pm
If UMHB, UWO and Mount Union are the top three seeds, who will be fourth?
St. Thomas (386)  41%
Linfield (192)  20%
Delaware Valley (144)  15%
Brockport (109)  11%
UW-Platteville (96)  10%
Total votes: 927
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 09, 2017, 03:20:15 pm
Will any two-loss team get an at-large?
None will (1516)  52%
Wheaton (453)  15%
UW-Platteville (361)  12%
UW-La Crosse (342)  11%
George Fox (217)  7%
Total votes: 2889
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2017, 12:26:50 am
Of the five projected at-large picks, which team is least likely to get in the playoffs?
DePauw (488)  41%
Case Western Reserve  (239)  20%
Illinois Wesleyan (160)  13%
St. John's (155)  13%
Hardin-Simmons (141)  11%
Total votes: 1183
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 12, 2017, 11:26:17 pm
Of the five projected at-large picks, which team is least likely to get in the playoffs?
Frostburg State (261)  34%
Case Western Reserve (191)  24%
St. John's (121)  15%
Illinois Wesleyan (116)  15%
Hardin-Simmons (77)  10%
Total votes: 766
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 18, 2017, 07:09:54 pm
Which No. 1 seed will have the hardest time escaping its bracket?
Delaware Valley (1715)  39%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (1112)  25%
UW-Oshkosh (908)  20%
Mount Union (598)  13%
Total votes: 4333
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 23, 2017, 12:49:27 pm
Should Mount Union have started D'Angelo Fulford in the first round?
No, he should have sat the whole game (1139)  49%
I don't have enough info (731)  31%
Yes, it was OK for him to start (380)  16%
No, he should have sat to start the game but come in after the first quarter (48)  2%
Total votes: 2298
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on November 25, 2017, 09:39:06 pm
Which road team is most likely to win Saturday?
Frostburg State (300)  26%
Wesley (220)  19%
Linfield (182)  15%
North Central (166)  14%
Trine (86)  7%
Case Western Reserve (80)  7%
Berry (65)  5%
Husson (42)  3%
Total votes: 1141
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 03, 2017, 01:06:45 pm
Which will be the best quarterfinal game?
UMHB vs. St. Thomas (1940) 50%
Delaware Valley vs. Brockport (841) 22%
UW-Oshkosh vs. Wartburg (563) 14%
Mount Union vs. Frostburg (478) 12%
Total votes: 3822
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 03, 2017, 01:08:42 pm
Who should host the Mount Union/UW-Oshkosh game?
Mount Union (172)  49%
UW-Oshkosh (133)  38%
It won't matter, really (41)  11%
Total votes: 346

Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 04, 2017, 04:02:30 pm
Have you cast your Gagliardi ballot yet?
No (128)  46%
Yes (121)  44%
Depends. Do you have a device you can lend me? (24)  8%
Total votes: 473
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2017, 11:28:06 am
From Dec. 4-9.

Who will win the national semifinals?
Mary Hardin-Baylor and Mount Union (1311)  52%
Mary Hardin-Baylor and UW-Oshkosh (803)  32%
Brockport and Mount Union (255)  10%
Brockport and UW-Oshkosh (114)  4%
Total votes: 2483
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on December 13, 2017, 11:28:21 am
UMHB has allowed 16 points in four playoff games. How many points will they allow in the Stagg Bowl?
17-24 (521)  35%
25-31 (398)  27%
16 or fewer (345)  23%
32 or more (195)  13%
Total votes: 1459
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on March 30, 2018, 01:11:27 pm
Who should have been the final No. 3?
UW-Oshkosh (1406)  58%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (389)  16%
St. Thomas (301)  12%
Brockport (295)  12%
Total votes: 2,391
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on July 12, 2018, 05:50:09 pm
Which D-III to D-III transfer will Luke Poorman most end up like?
Pierre Garcon from Norwich to Mount Union (441)  39%
Germany Woods from Heidelberg to Mount Union (308)  27%
Danny Jones from Cal Lutheran to UW-Whitewater (285)  25%
Chris Denton from Norwich to Mount Union (92)  8%
Total votes: 1126
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 02, 2018, 02:23:40 am
Which team outside the top 10 is most likely to make the semifinals?
UW-Whitewater (1030)  42%
Nobody outside the top 10 makes the semifinals (690)  28%
St. John's (513)  21%
Wartburg (173)  7%
Total votes: 2406
Title: Re: Front-page surveys
Post by: Pat Coleman on September 09, 2018, 02:31:55 pm
Who had the best opening weekend?
Ohio Athletic Conference (9-1) (262)  41%
Lightning detection systems (140)  22%
Anyone who got to see more than one game (94)  14%
Alvernia (83)  13%
Southern Athletic Association (8-1) (50)  7%
Total votes: 639
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Post by: Pat Coleman on September 15, 2018, 11:44:42 pm
Which Top 25 loss was the most surprising?
UW-Oshkosh losing at Davenport (463)  37%
Linfield losing at Carroll (Mont.) (294)  23%
Wartburg losing at Monmouth (214)  17%
Johns Hopkins losing at Susquehanna (203)  16%
Illinois Wesleyan losing to UW-La Crosse (77)  6%
Total votes: 1251
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Post by: Pat Coleman on September 20, 2018, 05:31:32 pm
Who redeemed themselves the best in Week 3?
Illinois Wesleyan (153)  22%
Thomas More (137)  20%
UW-Oshkosh (125)  18%
Google (106)  15%
Linfield (92)  13%
Misericordia (65)  9%
Total votes: 678
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Post by: Pat Coleman on September 23, 2018, 12:03:31 am
How many games involving Top 25 teams this week will be decided by 10 points or less?
Three or four (75)  33%
One or two (72)  32%
Five or six (46)  20%
None (17)  7%
Seven or eight (7)  3%
Nine or more (7)  3%
Total votes: 224
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Post by: Pat Coleman on September 30, 2018, 04:11:56 pm
Which of these 4-0 teams is the biggest surprise?
St. Olaf (446)  42%
Union (186)  17%
Ursinus (171)  16%
Millsaps (151)  14%
Central (91)  8%
Total votes: 1045
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Post by: Pat Coleman on October 09, 2018, 01:05:33 am
Of these perennial favorites who lost their conference openers, which is most likely to still win an automatic bid?
Linfield (468)  48%
Johns Hopkins (458)  47%
Huntingdon (45)  4%
Total votes: 971
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Post by: Pat Coleman on October 13, 2018, 11:54:05 pm
Who wins the Tommie-Johnnie game?
St. Thomas, by 10 or more (345)  37%
St. John's, by single digits (254)  27%
St. John's, by 10 or more (157)  17%
St. Thomas, by single digits (155)  17%
Total votes: 911
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Post by: Pat Coleman on October 31, 2018, 02:12:03 pm
How long will Earlham's streak last?
More than 60 games (542)  63%
50 or 51 games (125)  14%
56-60 games (105)  12%
52-55 games (88)  10%
Total votes: 860
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 14, 2018, 11:51:07 am
Catching up in here.

Which team that was left out of the playoffs should have been in?
Wabash (1679) 30%
Nobody. This was the right set of teams. (1225) 22%
Ithaca (964) 17%
Linfield (796) 14%
Illinois Wesleyan (790) 14%
Total votes: 5454
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 14, 2018, 11:55:47 am
And previously:

Which regional No. 1 is most likely to play in the Stagg Bowl?
Mount Union (1947) 55%
Mary Hardin-Baylor (752) 21%
UW-Whitewater (553) 15%
Brockport (270) 7%
Total votes: 3522
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Post by: Pat Coleman on November 24, 2018, 05:31:51 pm
Which road team is most likely to win in Saturday's second round?
Bethel (368) 29%
Johns Hopkins (332) 26%
RPI (140) 11%
Randolph-Macon (130) 10%
Whitworth (82) 6%
St. Norbert (81) 6%
Centre (66) 5%
Berry (43) 3%
Total votes: 1242
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Post by: Pat Coleman on December 02, 2018, 08:27:22 pm
Which of the three home teams losing was the biggest second-round surprise?
Brockport (1377) 62%
North Central (478) 21%
Frostburg State (335) 15%
Total votes: 2190
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Post by: Pat Coleman on December 09, 2018, 12:06:58 am
Who will advance to the Stagg Bowl?
Mount Union and Mary Hardin-Baylor (1257) 49%
Mount Union and UW-Whitewater (991) 39%
Johns Hopkins and Mary Hardin-Baylor (159) 6%
Johns Hopkins and UW-Whitewater (109) 4%
Total votes: 2516
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Post by: Pat Coleman on December 15, 2018, 09:23:26 pm
Who will win the Stagg Bowl?
Mary Hardin-Baylor by 1-10 (751) 34%
Mount Union by 1-10 (732) 33%
Mary Hardin-Baylor by more than 10 (374) 17%
Mount Union by 10 or more (328) 15%
Total votes: 2185