Monday, September 15, 2008

Daily football roundup 9-15

NSU offense sputters in flooding rains

By Travis Metcalf

The remnants of Hurricane Ike showed up just before kickoff of Saturday night’s football game between Northeastern State University and Midwestern State University at Doc Wadley Stadium.

The flooding rains didn’t allow either offense to move the football and forced teams to rely on being opportunistic.

Go to the Tahlequah Daily Press for the rest of the story.
SOSU Wins Home Opener over ENMU

DURANT, Okla. - The Southeastern football team (1-2) scored 29 unanswered points in the second half en route to a 29-14 victory in its home opener over Eastern new Mexico (1-2) on Saturday afternoon at Paul Laird Field.

Go to for the rest of the story. With Video link.

Angelo overpowers Bulldogs

By Bob Hersom

WEATHERFORD — As it turned out, Angelo State's first three possessions decided the Rams' football game Saturday night at Southwestern.

The visitors scored two touchdowns and a field goal on their first three series, en route to a 24-2 win at Milam Field.

Angelo State (1-2) ended a seven-game losing streak, dating to last year. Southwestern, in its home opener, dipped to 1-2.

Go to for the rest of the story.

Taking care of business
By Greg Jaklewicz

Another team in the Lone Star Conference can score 70 points in a game.

Granted, Azusa Pacific is not Tarleton State or Chadron State, but West Texas A&M overpowered a team it should've overpowered.

The Buffs scored 75 points, the sixth-most in a game in school history, in a 62-point romp that pushed WT's record to 3-0. It could've been worse, but most starters played just a half, including quarterback Keith Null, and the Buffs were stopped at the Azusa 10 in the fourth quarter.

Go to the Amarillo Globe News for the rest of the story.
Tarleton rolls past East Central in LSC opener
By Brad Keith
ADA, Okla. - Tarleton State weathered constant rain produced by Hurricane Ike and its first road trip of the 2008 season Saturday, blowing past East Central, 38-6, in the No. 19 Texans’ first Lone Star Conference crossover game at Norris Field. The Tarleton defense shut the Tigers out in the first half, building a 31-0 lead before calling the dogs off after the break.
The opening half was a disaster from the start for ECU which fell to 0-3 overall and 0-2 in LSC play.

Go to the Stephenville Empire Tribune for the rest of the story.

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