Thursday, September 14, 2017

LSC Week 2 Roundup

LSC Scoop Football Power Poll

  1. Texas A&M-Commerce - had their way with an overmatched William Jewell squad
  2. Midwestern State - game cancelled due to Hurricane Irma
  3. Angelo State - 2017 Rams don't look anything like 2016 Rams so far
  4. Eastern New Mexico - running game is right on schedule, but pass D had a rough day
  5. West Texas A&M - win over CSUP is impressive, but still some questions for Buffs
  6. Texas A&M-Kingsville - nice tune up for Javelinas, is QB settled heading up to Midwestern?
  7. Tarleton State - Texans outgained by OPSU, but second half team was clicking
  8. Western New Mexico - Javia Hall with 418 yds, 2 TDs not quite enough in very interesting game
  9. UT-Permian Basin -  it's gonna be a loooooooooooong season for the Falcons

LSC Football Release (9/11)
POW Off - Jordan Thomas, WR TAMK  - 3 TDs, (2 receiving, 1 rush) 6 catches, 95 yards
POW Def - Daelin Young, LB WTAM - 9 tackles, forced fumble
POW Spec Team - Alex Schrag K WTAM - 3-3 FG, 1-1 PAT, 10 points

LSC Scoop Predictions - 6-1, missed on the WT-CSUP matchup, in week 1, we went 6-3, missing the TAMK-CWU, SRU-UTPB, and Tarleton -Delta State games.  For the season, 12-4.

AFCA Poll (9/11) - Top six stay the same, lots of movement after that
1. Northwest Missouri (850) unanimous
2. Ferris State (810)
3. Texas A&M-Commerce (782)
4. Shepherd (715)
5. California, PA (703)
7. Sioux Falls (617)
8. Minnesota State (561)
11. Colorado Mesa (453)
13. Midwestern State (402)
18. Colorado State - Pueblo (244)
20. Minnesota Duluth (171)
22. Azusa Pacific (115)
23. Central Washington (103)
RV - Humboldt State (65), Angelo State (18), Eastern New Mexico (18), West Texas A&M (18), Colorado Mines (11), Winona State (8), Bemidji State (2)

WT fullback Jordan johnson makes an impact in new role - Kale Steed,
Kale Steed's LSC Power Rankings - Kale Steed,
Woerner to start at QB, but ... - Brad Keith, The Flash Today
Q&A: Starting QB Woerner...- Brad Keith, The Flash Today
Mustangs getting used to everything but normalcy - Andy Newberry, Times Record News

Buffs refuse to quit in upset of No.7 CSUP - Kale Steed,
Buffs rally in thrilling fashion past CSUP - Kale Steed,
Tarleton dominates OPSU after slow start - Brad Keith, The Flash Today
 Texans answer important questions in rout - Brad Keith, The Flash Today
Rams make statement before LSC play begins - Charles Bryce, San Angelo Standard-Times

Buffs Upset No. 7 Colorado State-Pueblo with Strong Second Half

A field goal with four seconds left in regulation by West Texas A&M freshman kicker Alex Schrag gave WT a thrilling 24-21 upset victory over No. 7 Colorado State-Pueblo Saturday evening at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium.  The Buffs battle back from a 21-3 deficit and forced four second half  turnovers to spark the comeback...Complete Release 

No. 3 Lions set Memorial Stadium attendance record, roll to 59-point offensive explosion to defeat William Jewell

The No. 3 Texas A&M University-Commerce football team got a 59-6 win over William Jewell College on Saturday night. The Lions had more than 450 yards of offense in front of a record-breaking crowd.

The win brings the Lions to 2-0 on the season...Complete Release 

ENMU Rides Five Turnovers to Win Over Cross-State Rival Western New Mexico

Hayden Hill and Zach Johnson each made six tackles and forced fumbles to lead a defensive charge by Eastern New Mexico which forced five turnovers in Saturday's Lone Star Conference game. The effort led to 17 points on five turnovers for a 37-34 win over Western New Mexico at Altamirano Field...Complete Release

Thomas, Defense, Lead Hogs to 35-7 Victory at Simon Fraser

A stout defensive performance that included nine sacks and three turnovers combined with 149 total yards and three touchdowns by Jordan Thomaspropelled the Texas A&M-Kingsville football team (1-1) to a 35-7 victory over the Simon Fraser Clan (0-2) on Saturday afternoon at Terry Fox Field in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

The Javelinas outgained their hosts 426-299 and were on the plus side in turnover margin for the second consecutive week.  Quarterback Cade Dyal completed 14-of-23 passes for 144 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions...Complete Release

Big second half lifts Texans past Aggies

Tarleton won its first game of the season with a dominating second-half performance where they outscored Oklahoma Panhandle State 35-6 en route to a 48-20 victory at Memorial Stadium.

The Texans (1-1) got better as the game went on after getting shutout in the opening quarter. The Texans posted 13 points in the second quarter, 14 in the third, and 21 in the fourth to roll past the Aggies (0-2). The scoring outburst was done on all the phases of the game, scoring touchdowns on offense, defense, and special teams...Complete Release

Rams Top Northern Michigan 48-20

The Angelo State football team notched its second win of the 2017 season on Saturday evening at LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Stadium, defeating Northern Michigan 48-20.

With the win, the Rams move to 2-0 on the season and had 660 yards of total offense on the night. The 660 yards were the most since the Rams racked up 684 yards of offense against Tarleton State in October of 2015. 

Jake Faber and Lawson Ayo had career nights for the Rams. Faber went 29-for-40 for a careeer high 396 yards and throwing three touchdowns while Ayo made a career high nine receptions for a career high 165 yards and scoring twice...Complete Release

UTPB Plays first DI Opponent in Road Contest at Lamar

UT Permian Basin football faced off against its first ever Division I opponent Saturday night, traveling to Beaumont, Texas for a non-conference game against Lamar, which the Cardinals won 72-6.

UTPB scored on its second drive of the game, taking possession at its own 47-yard line. A 39-yard pass down the field to Jake Anglin by Caden Coots drove the Falcons to the Lamar 14, and two plays later Brandon Infiesto rushed 10 yards to the Lamar 3. Coots punched in the ball on the ground from three-yards out for the touchdown to give UTPB an early 6-3 lead over the host Cardinals...Complete Release

@MWSU_Football game against West Florida cancelled due to threat of Hurricane Irma

Midwestern State's scheduled game against West Florida Saturday at Blue Wahoos Stadium has been cancelled due to threat of Hurricane Irma.

The game will not be rescheduled...Complete Release

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