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East Region football / Re: FB: New Jersey Athletic Conference
« on: November 29, 2018, 08:17:12 am »
https://www.d3football.com/opendates/2019/index

Week 2 - Can do Home and Home for 19/20 with Bold and one and done for glow (19 only)
Alfred - In Region
Chapman
Hanover
Mount St. Joseph
North Central
Puget Sound
Salisbury
St. John's
Southern Virginia
Mary Hardin-Baylor
UW-Oshkosh
Westminster (Mo.)
Whittier
Willamette

Week 3 - Probably One and Done since we are still looking for a 2020 game as well.
N.C. Wesleyan - Have played before.
Salisbury
TCNJ
UW-Oshkosh
Wesley

Week 4 - Probably can do a Home and Home for 19/20
Dean
Morrisville State
Salisbury

SUNY-Maritime
TCNJ
UW-Oshkosh
Wesley
Some interesting options here. For Wesley, I think the only OOC opponent that has been scheduled is Delaware Valley. Wondering if any of the top teams from this list will get together for a matchup. Wesley-Oshkosh would be an interesting game.

I do miss Wesley's days as an independent and barnstorming throughout the country. Even tougher to get games, but I think it made them a better team in the end.
I believe Huntingdon is looking for something in week 3 or 4 to replace Thomas More. I had heard that they might be talking to Oshkosh but I would kind of like to see the Wesley series renewed.

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East Region football / Re: East Region Playoff Discussion
« on: November 17, 2018, 11:40:40 am »
A score has been posted for the Brockport game   ??? ???
Scoreboard page hacked?

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 03, 2018, 07:28:03 pm »
Congrats to Maryville. Glad we could help.  ::)

Very convincing way to help!

Back to Berry again?
It's hard to say. There are other options that are within 500 miles of Maryville that would avoid the rematch but they are pretty limited as far as what they can do with Berry.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 03, 2018, 04:10:45 pm »
Congrats to Maryville. Glad we could help.  ::)

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: November 01, 2018, 08:49:44 pm »
No clue. Not any on the conference web site that I can find.

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General football / Re: Shirts, and stickers and decals oh my!
« on: November 01, 2018, 03:09:49 pm »
Car with CNU parking decals and AU Veterinary Medical Student sticker here in Auburn this morning.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: October 30, 2018, 11:29:20 am »
MC has Greensboro and NCWC left on the schedule. Can't be any better for Maryville. Just beat Greensboro.
I don't think beating Greensboro will be too tough for the Scots.  The Pride are not very good this season.

So does the USASAC come down to NCWC and MC Week 11?
If Maryville beats Greensboro and Huntingdon beats NCWC this week then Maryville clinches the AQ. They would still need to beat NCWC next week to win the conference outright unless Averett were to lose one.

Okay, I was confused with Scots post about beating Greensboro, which I though the statement was implying that if Maryville beats Greensboro, they'd be conference champs.
If Maryville beats Greensboro then they do clinch a share of the conference title. They just need other stuff to happen to get the AQ.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: October 30, 2018, 11:15:56 am »
MC has Greensboro and NCWC left on the schedule. Can't be any better for Maryville. Just beat Greensboro.
I don't think beating Greensboro will be too tough for the Scots.  The Pride are not very good this season.

So does the USASAC come down to NCWC and MC Week 11?
If Maryville beats Greensboro and Huntingdon beats NCWC this week then Maryville clinches the AQ. They would still need to beat NCWC next week to win the conference outright unless Averett were to lose one.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Old Dominion Athletic Conference
« on: October 21, 2018, 08:01:53 pm »
GC HSC game was a great one. Both teams played well.  Right before halftime GC got a first down with about 5 seconds to play. Instead of spiking the ball GC ran out their FG kicker to attempt a FG before the half.  EVERYONE WATCHING THE GAME saw the clock at 0:00 BEFORE the ball was snapped.  Everyone but the back judge.   They awarded the Quakers 3 points!  It was the most ridiculous call I've ever seen.  The snap was a full second AFTER time expired.

All turned out well for the Tigers as Cobb was great, and Smith was unstoppable!  Smith went 30 for 214 rushing, 12 for 118 receiving and even went 1-1 for 9 yards passing.  Amazing day for Garnet and Gray!
I was watching via internet, and you are correct about the kick at the end of the half.  As a GC fan, I am really glad those were not the winning points. I know we lost, but I only would have want to win if it was by 4 or more pts.

Why didn't they spike the ball? My guess is  maybe they don't practice it. QB can only spike if he takes the ball from under center. GC is in shotgun ,all the time. This kills me when a team needs one yard and they hike the ball 5 yards deep before they go forward.  Just an old-school coach with simple old-school thoughts.

Upon further review!!!!!

After viewing the play frame by frame it looks to me as is the center was snapping the ball as time expired.  It did not matter in the end.

I coach middle school football.  We used to never go under center either.  We called a 2 by 2 or a 3 by 1 formation and had the QB throw it at the inside receivers feet. Might have taken an extra second but certainly better than not being able to spike the ball.
Does anybody here know the rule for spiking the ball after fumbling the snap? I was watching a few minutes of Maryville - LaGrange before our game yesterday and near the end of the first half LaGrange had the ball, out of time-outs, and completed a long pass to the 5 yard line. They ran down and got lined up, the QB dropped the snap and picked it back up and spiked it. Everyone stood there for a couple of counts and apparently no whistle blew so a Maryville guy picked it up and ran about 10 or 15 yards before being tackled. The officials got together and gave Maryville the ball. Does that seem right? I would think that at worst it MIGHT be intentional grounding instead of a live ball.

Searching the web I found this: "Because it's specifically permitted by the intentional grounding rule.

Rule 8, section 2, article 1 of the NFL Rules:

Item 3: Stopping Clock. A player under center is permitted to stop the game clock legally to save time if, immediately upon receiving the snap, he begins a continuous throwing motion and throws the ball directly into the ground.

The NCAA has a similar rule (rule 7, section 3, article 2 of the NCAA rules):

ARTICLE 2. A forward pass is illegal if:

e. The passer to conserve time throws the ball directly to the ground (1) after the ball has already touched the ground; or (2) not immediately after controlling the ball.

So spiking is legal only if the snap was not fumbled, unlike the NFL."

I looked it up and it appears it should have been a penalty:PENALTY [a-g]—Five yards from the spot of the foul; also loss of down if by Team A before team possession changes during a scrimmage down (A.R. 3-4-3-IV and A.R. 7-3-2-II) [S35 and S9].
Thanks, I was having trouble finding anything specific to that. Sounds like it should have been a penalty and definitely not a live ball.

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South Region football / Re: FB: Old Dominion Athletic Conference
« on: October 21, 2018, 05:57:40 pm »
GC HSC game was a great one. Both teams played well.  Right before halftime GC got a first down with about 5 seconds to play. Instead of spiking the ball GC ran out their FG kicker to attempt a FG before the half.  EVERYONE WATCHING THE GAME saw the clock at 0:00 BEFORE the ball was snapped.  Everyone but the back judge.   They awarded the Quakers 3 points!  It was the most ridiculous call I've ever seen.  The snap was a full second AFTER time expired.

All turned out well for the Tigers as Cobb was great, and Smith was unstoppable!  Smith went 30 for 214 rushing, 12 for 118 receiving and even went 1-1 for 9 yards passing.  Amazing day for Garnet and Gray!
I was watching via internet, and you are correct about the kick at the end of the half.  As a GC fan, I am really glad those were not the winning points. I know we lost, but I only would have want to win if it was by 4 or more pts.

Why didn't they spike the ball? My guess is  maybe they don't practice it. QB can only spike if he takes the ball from under center. GC is in shotgun ,all the time. This kills me when a team needs one yard and they hike the ball 5 yards deep before they go forward.  Just an old-school coach with simple old-school thoughts.

Upon further review!!!!!

After viewing the play frame by frame it looks to me as is the center was snapping the ball as time expired.  It did not matter in the end.

I coach middle school football.  We used to never go under center either.  We called a 2 by 2 or a 3 by 1 formation and had the QB throw it at the inside receivers feet. Might have taken an extra second but certainly better than not being able to spike the ball.
Does anybody here know the rule for spiking the ball after fumbling the snap? I was watching a few minutes of Maryville - LaGrange before our game yesterday and near the end of the first half LaGrange had the ball, out of time-outs, and completed a long pass to the 5 yard line. They ran down and got lined up, the QB dropped the snap and picked it back up and spiked it. Everyone stood there for a couple of counts and apparently no whistle blew so a Maryville guy picked it up and ran about 10 or 15 yards before being tackled. The officials got together and gave Maryville the ball. Does that seem right? I would think that at worst it MIGHT be intentional grounding instead of a live ball.

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East Region football / Re: FB: New Jersey Athletic Conference
« on: October 14, 2018, 07:46:13 pm »
While this is obviously next year, I was looking at d3football's open dates page for the 2019 season. Wesley will have to fill 3 non-conference slots as So Va is headed to the ODAC and Frostburg is headed to D2. Notable opponents this side of the Mississippi that share Wesley's listed open dates are:

Week 1: North Central, St. Johns, UMHB, Olivet, Mount St. Joseph
Week 3: NCWC, UW-Oshkosh
Week 4: UW-Oshkosh, Morrisville St.

Very interesting.
I think I heard Huntingdon may be talking to Oshkosh to replace Thomas More.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: October 13, 2018, 08:59:49 pm »
Well, that was more like it. Much better execution on both sides of the ball. Still a few too many missed tackles and receivers running around open but the defense was able to make some plays and get off the field a lot better.
Big trip to Averett next. Hopefully we can keep improving.

Go Hawks!

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: October 08, 2018, 10:37:24 pm »
The streak is over.



... and depression sets in.
Surprising season for the Hawks.  Who do you think will win the USASAC now?
Likely the winner of Averett - NC Wesleyan this week.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: October 06, 2018, 07:22:52 pm »
The streak is over.



... and depression sets in.

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South Region football / Re: FB: USA South Athletic Conference
« on: September 29, 2018, 04:19:17 pm »
Final in Fayetteville, Methodist 48 Huntingdon 34. Made some plays offensively late but our defense would have had to get a stop or two for us to really have made it close.
First time to be 0-3 since 2004 when we were new and didn't really know what we were doing yet. Pretty much uncharted territory here.
At Maryville next week. Can we get it together or does the streak come to an end?

Go Hawks!

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