Sunday, September 23, 2012

TWTW: Big Numbers From Bison, Blazers, Nicholls, and Nebraska


Here's where we wrap up all the big numbers on the scoreboard from the week that was... Prairie View A&M travelled all the way to the Fargodome for a paycheck.

They end their non-conference stretch with their worst start since 2002- when it was 0-6- with a 66-7 loss to North Dakota State. It was NDSU's highest offensive numbers since defeating Division II Concordia-St. Paul 66-7 in the 2006 season opener.

The Bison have been ranked No. 1 in the Division I-AA/FCS Coaches Top 25 the first three weeks of the season. Not that polls mean a whole lot right now, but bully for them...

Here's the Bison's blowout... Page Title - No value

In the NAIA, Belhaven University set school records in a 70-28 win over Campbellsville in Jackson, Mississippi. Points in a game, TD's, and PAT's now have new marks on campus as the Blazers get ready for Mid-South Conference competition.
((HT: WJTV, Jackson))

Nicholls State had another week to remind themselves that Southland Conference action is a while from being in Thibodaux, Louisiana. So, the Colonels scheduled Evangel College and won 73-17.

Here's some postgame from Head Coach Charlie Stubbs...

Nebraska scheduled Idaho State as another pre-season warm-up at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln... and when you win 73-7 (as the easiest game in a lot of pools for who would score the most and least points this weekend), there isn't a whole lot to talk about...

So, we'll just show you the short version...
 ((HT: ESPN))

 Let us know if we missed anybody...

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