Monday, October 3, 2016

LSC Scoop Power Poll Week 5 and LSC Scoop Expert Pickems Results

LSC Scoop Power Poll Week 5

  1. Texas A&M-Commerce - Lions just keep rolling
  2. Midwestern State - So do the Mustangs
  3. Eastern New Mexico - Overcome 21 point first half deficit to win Wagon Wheel
  4. West Texas A&M - No answer for the Greyhound ground attack
  5. Tarleton State - took care of business
  6. Angelo State - Rams eke out win in offensive struggle
  7. Texas A&M-Kingsville - did not look like team from previous two weeks
  8. Western New Mexico - outgained MSU, but lose by 21
  9. Oklahoma Panhandle State - game not as close as score indicates
  10. UT Permian Basin - four turnovers led to 20 Texan points
Top 2 are pretty solid, 3-8 are very fluid, and last 2 look pretty well set.


LSC Scoop Expert Standings
31 - J. Scott Russell - 8-1 on games, no bonus
26 - Charles Bryce - 6-3 on games, + bonus
26 - Adam Ostrow - 7-2 on games, + bonus
25 - Joe Price - 5-4 on games, no bonus
25 - LSC Scoop - 5-4 on games, + bonus
21 - Lee Baker - 3-6 on games, + bonus


AFCA Poll 10-3-2016
Texas A&M-Commerce moves up 2 spots to #4, while Midwestern State jumps 3 to #7.  No other LSC teams are receiving votes.

Other SR4 teams include #2 Grand Valley State, #13 Colorado Mesa, #14 Ferris State, #17 Ashland, #20 Southwest Baptist and Wayne State (MI) and Colorado Mines receiving votes.


LSC Weekly Football release


Newspaper Roundup
Hounds stun Buffs to reclaim Wagon Wheel - Kale Steed, Amarillo Globe News
Week five LSC roundup- Kale Steed, Amarillo Globe News
Javelinas underachieve in loss to Rams - George Vondracek, Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Javelinas late-game woes continue - George Vondracek, Corpus Christi Caller-Times

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No. 6 Lions beat OPSU 35-13 for fifth straight win to open season

The No. 6 Texas A&M-Commerce football team raced out to a big lead and picked up its fifth straight win to start the season with a 35-13 victory over Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday afternoon.

The Lions are now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in Lone Star Conference play, while OPSU is now 1-4 overall and 0-3 in the league.

A&M-Commerce will now prepare for a matchup of nationally-ranked unbeatens on October 8, hosting Midwestern State in the Division II National Game of the Week, which will be nationally televised on ESPN3...Complete Release

No. 10 Mustangs make stand, beat WNMU 43-22

No. 10 Midwestern State never trailed Saturday at Ben Altamirano Field rolling to a 43-22 win over Western New Mexico.

With the win, MSU improves to 4-0 for the third consecutive year and for the ninth time since the Bill Maskill era began in 2002.

The victory sets up a showdown with No. 6-ranked Texas A&M-Commerce next Saturday on the road. The Lions also improved to 4-0 with a 35-12 win at Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday.

The Mustangs used a quick start to jump out to a 14-0 lead after Dante Taylor's 71-yard rush set up a 4-yard scoring strike from Quade Coward to Jerryl Yarbrough at the 1:07 mark of the first quarter...Complete Release

Resilient Hounds Rally to Reclaim Wagon Wheel

Facing a 28-7 deficit late in the first half, the Eastern New Mexico football team reached into its bag of tricks with a 41-yard flea flicker pass to Aaron Johnson. The play set up a touchdown, which allowed ENMU to enter halftime of Saturday night's Wagon Wheel Game against West Texas A&M down just 28-14. Eastern exploded for 25 second half points to earn a 39-30 win over the Buffaloes in Lone Star Conference action at Al Whitehead Field at Greyhound Stadium.

After ENMU (3-2; LSC 3-1)  stopped WT (3-2; LSC 2-1)  on a fourth-down try in the opening quarter, Kamal Cass went 38 yards on Eastern's first play from scrimmage to stake Eastern to a 7-0 lead. After the Buffaloes responded with a run from Devon Paye, Buffalo quarterback Ethan Brinkley responded masterfully with three  touchdown drives, with tosses to Ja'Quarius Daniels, Junior Pomee, and Trent Canion to give WT the 28-7 lead. The flea flicker set up the Hounds touchdown before halftime.

The Hounds received the ball to open the second half and ran the ball on eight of the ensuing nine plays, with Gallagher scoring on a two-yard run. On the fifth play of WT's next drive, Caleb Ortiz forced a fumble which was recovered by Jordan Fuamatu at the Greyhound 42-yard line. Eight plays later, Paul Terry scored from 13 yards out to pull the Hounds within 28-26...Complete Release

Woerner, High lead Texans to huge win over UTPB

Tarleton led from start to finish in a dominating display against UT Permian Basin with a 48-20 win on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

The Texans (2-3, 2-1) were led by another strong performance from junior quarterback Zed Woerner, who put Tarleton up 7-0 early in the first quarter on a 42-yard touchdown pass to Del'Michael High. On the ensuing UTPB possession, it was Cody Burtscher, the Texans' leader in tackles, who came up with an interception and returned the ball all the way to the Falcons' 2-yard line, setting up Joseph Sadler on the following play to pound his way into the end zone for a quick 14-0 lead in the first three minutes in the game. Sadler finished with 45 yards on the ground.

After UTPB made it a 14-7 game, the Texans capped off a tone-setting first quarter on Basil Jackson's interception that was returned 41 yards for a touchdown as the clock ran out in the opening quarter for a 21-7 advantage...Complete Release

Rams Beat Texas A&M-Kingsville 22-21 on the Road

The Angelo State football team limited Texas A&M-Kingsville to just 262 total yards and just 76 rushing yards as ASU picked up its first Lone Star Conference victory with a 22-21 win over Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday in Kingsville.
The Rams (2-3, 1-2 LSC) held the Javelinas (2-3, 0-3 LSC) to a season low 262 total yards and did not commit a turnover. ASU forced a turnover for the 10th straight game and it is the first time the Rams have won in Kingsville two consecutive times in program history.

Josh Stevens led the rushing attack with 85 yards on 22 carries while Carsen Cook added 21 yards on 19 carries and one touchdown. Cook threw for 131 yards in the air on 14-of-28 passing and one touchdown. Donovan Thompson caught five passes for 41 yards and Mark Munson caught his second touchdown pass. Willie Brown led the defense with 12 total tackles.

The Rams had built a 16-14 at halftime and maintained it until TAMUK's Myles Carr found Torrey Thomas on a two-yard pass. The Javelinas took a 21-16 lead with 8:34 to go in the fourth quarter...Complete Release

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