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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: February 14, 2020, 03:09:14 pm »
Berry loses DC Nate Masters to D2 West Georgia.  He's the first coordinator to move on from Berry.  He will be missed.

https://berryvikings.com/sports/fball/2019-20/releases/Nate_Masters_Named_Defensive_Coordinator_at_West_Georgia

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: January 29, 2020, 02:05:28 pm »
I suspect he won't get drafted.  But I am sure he will get a few looks as an undrafted free agent.  Someone looking for a slot receiver and punt returner might take a chance on him.

He had a nice punt return in the Shrine game.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: January 28, 2020, 08:53:39 am »
Good comments about Kinsey from the Shrine Bowl.

#5) Mason Kinsey (WR – Berry) 5’10″/191
The Hunter Renfrow-like prospect dominated DIII opponents. He posted 65 catches, 1,221 yards, 16 touchdowns in his final season at Berry College (11 games). In his final three seasons of college play, he posted consecutive seasons with 16 or more touchdowns.

It’s not just looking at him and jumping to a Renfrow or Julian Edelman easy reference, but he runs terrific routes. He shows signs of a polished pro at the DIII level. You can tell he’s either worked in his game or is just that natural to have compiled such receiver numbers without Olympic speed or freakish size.

Hunter Renfrow’s skillset was undervalued in the draft, and he was well known. Kinsey will fight an uphill battle to get drafted coming from the DIII ranks with a lot of questions. He has the hands and work ethic of a rostered NFL wide receiver. The Combine/Pro Days will show us if he has the athleticism enough. It looks like he might.

When they run the one-on-one drills for the WRs v. DBs during practice week, Kinsey won/got open with moves much more than not. He’s tough for the superior sized/athletic cover guys to keep up with because he’s so sharp in his routes.

https://www.fantasypros.com/2020/01/2020-east-west-shrine-bowl-practice-notes-and-top-5-fantasy-prospects-preview/

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: December 10, 2019, 12:23:43 pm »
Looks like the SAA had a decent representation on the All- South region team.
6 players on 1st team, 2 on second team and 3 on third. and not all were seniors.

well done.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Centennial Conference
« on: December 09, 2019, 09:35:06 am »
Muhlenberg is playing very well.  This next game looks to be a good match-up.  Can't wait to see it.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: December 09, 2019, 09:31:31 am »
B-SC's RB Robert Shufford and Millsaps DL Liam Vincifora are the SAA representatives on this year's AFCA All-America team.   Well-deserved, and congratulations!

Yes, congratulations to both!

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 30, 2019, 05:12:46 pm »
You have no chance when you turn it over 4 times in the first half. We're lucky it isn't worse than it is.
Yep, needed a clean game and the turnovers spelled doom early.  Congrats Hawks on a good season.

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South Region football / Re: FB: American Southwest Conference
« on: November 30, 2019, 05:10:50 pm »
Congrats to UMHB looks like they are the highest seed left.

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Congrats to NCC on an outstanding defensive game plan in the second half.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: November 27, 2019, 08:53:21 am »
Looking forward to this game. I watched the whole game from Saturday and it seems that Huntingdon has a strong running back and a tough defensive line. UMHB has struggled to run against disciplined defensive lines this year. I think they give in a little too soon. From watching the game, it looks as if the secondary do the hawks is susceptible and that may be where we attack. Any thoughts from the SAA fans who have seen Huntingdon play more than I have?
I would say that they definitely will want to establish the run first.  It was a rainy start, similar to the forecast for this Saturday.  They had two running backs that got most of the carries, both were effective at times.  I was impressed by their lines, I don't think they will have the depth as UMHB but they have a few starters that should hold their own. 

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: November 25, 2019, 09:41:47 am »
It was a tough game Saturday.  Huntingdon did a good job holding the defensive pressure away from the QB.  Berry has done a good job of forcing quick pressure all season to prevent the secondary from having to defend a lot of deep throws.  The Hawks O-line held the d-line back just enough to connect on several long passes.

Berry had their chances on offense but didn't make the plays.

That swing pass to the RB wheel route just before the half was a TD if he had just caught the ball.  It would have made all the difference going into the half.

Congrats to Huntingdon, good luck next Saturday.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 25, 2019, 09:34:29 am »
Congratulations to Huntingdon for a great game plan.

It is obvious you guys have had plenty of experience in the rain this year.  Very good execution in some tough weather.

Great crowd, I hope they enjoyed the experience in Rome.

Good Luck this Saturday.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 22, 2019, 09:33:49 am »
Looks like it is going to be a rainy day tomorrow.  Wishing good travel to Rome for the Huntingdon team and fans.

I hope to see a big crowd, but I know this rain will keep some fans away.

It is going to be a tough game, and you never know about football when it is wet.  Anything can happen.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« on: November 21, 2019, 04:52:56 pm »
Wow, how did you find that?
this is great.

I see this schedule:
eliminates the same team from having the bye at the end of the season
keeps alternating opponent home/away for every team opponent (best I can tell)
keeps the weekly home/away alternation (esp good for the Texas teams since they won't be on the road 2 weeks in a row).
mixes up the matchups from season to season (some years a matchup is early, some years mid/ late)


looks like a good plan.  It took me a minute to realize UOS was Sewanee.

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