Sunday, October 15, 2017

LSC Weekend Roundup

LSC Scoop Power Poll
  1. Midwestern State - offense showing more versatility than we expected
  2. Texas A&M-Commerce - back on track, but will need to be able to run in the postseason
  3. Eastern New Mexico - quietly putting together a playoff caliber season
  4. Angelo State - season settling into a familiar trajectory
  5. Texas A&M-Kingsville - revving up for another late season run?
  6. Tarleton State - unable to generate much when not getting turnovers
  7. West Texas A&M - ugly win, but a much needed one
  8. UT-Permian Basin - showed life when Mathis replaced at QB
  9. Western New Mexico - No Javia Hall = no offense = no chance at Commerce
Super Region 4 LSC Scoop Rankings
purely mathematic

  1. Winona State 7-0 - MSU-Mankato remain
  2. Midwestern State 5-0 - ENMU remains
  3. Central Washington 7-0 - North Alabama, Azusa Pacific and Humboldt State remain
  4. MSU-Mankato 7-0 - Winona State and Sioux Falls remain
  5. Minnesota-Duluth 5-2 - no tough games remain
  6. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-1 - Angelo State to top remaining opponent
  7. Humboldt State 5-1 - Central Washing remains
  8. Sioux Falls 6-1 - MSU Mankato and Upper Iowa remain
  9. Eastern New Mexico 6-1 - Midwestern Stat and Texas A&M-Kingsville remain
  10. Colorado Mesa 6-1 - Azusa Pacific to close out the season
  11. Colorado State-Pueblo 5-2 - Chadron and Black Hills remain
  12. St. Cloud 5-2 - Bemidiji toughest remaining foe
  13. Azusa Pacific 4-3 - CWU and Colorado Mesa remain
  14. Angelo State 3-3 - Texas A&M-Commerce this week
  15. Upper Iowa 4-3 - Sioux Falls and Wayne State remain
  16. Bemidiji State 5-2 - St. Cloud and Minnesota Duluth remain
  17. Chadron State 4-3 - CSUP, Col Mines and Black Hills remain
  18. Tarleton State 3-3 - Midwestern State and Texas A&M-Kingsville remain
  19. Wayne State 4-3 - still have to face Winona and Minnesota Mankato
  20. Northern State
  21. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-4 - Eastern New Mexico and Tarleton State next two weeks
  22. Black Hills State
  23. South Dakota Mines
  24. Dixie State
  25. West Texas A&M 3-4 - toughest part of schedule coming up (MSU, TAMC, Angelo)
  26. Augustana
  27. Fort Lewis
  28. Western Oregon
  29. Colorado Mines
  30. Adams State
  31. Mary
  32. Moorhead State
  33. SW Minnesota
  34. Western New Mexico 1-5
  35. Concordia St. Paul
  36. New Mexico Highlands
  37. UT - Permian Basin 1-4
  38. Minnesota - Crookston
  39. Simon Fraser
  40. Western State
  41. Minot State

MSU solves first road test to go 5-0 - Andy Newberry, Times Record News
Errors prove costly again for Rams - Charles Bryce, San Angelo Standard Times
Tarleton makes up just half of first half deficit - Brad Keith, The Flash Today
WT snaps losing ways with win over Grizzlies - Kale Steed,

No. 6 MSU rolls over Rams - 41-27 - for fifth straight win

The kicking game has been a problem for the Midwestern State Mustangs against the Angelo State Rams in the past, losing games in 2005 and 2009 on last second field goals.

So when the sixth-ranked Mustangs missed a pair of early PATs and gave up a 52-yard field goal to the Rams, things were looking a bit iffy.

But the Rams would have some troubles in the kicking game of their own, missing a chip-shot field goal, failing to recover a pooch kickoff and muffing a punt.

The Mustangs turned both of those opportunities into points, Vincent Johnson had a career-best four TD game and Kevin Hayes had a pair of interceptions and a fumble recovery to help MSU to a 41-27 win over the Rams at Lagrand Field in their first road game of the season...Complete Release

Perez becomes all-time TD passing leader as No. 11 Lions roll to 52-3 Homecoming win over Western New Mexico

The No. 11 Texas A&M-Commerce football team defeated Western New Mexico 52-3 on Saturday. The Lions jumped out to a 17-0 lead and scored the final 35 points of the game in front of a raucous Homecoming crowd.

The win brings the Lions to 5-1 and 3-1 in the Lone Star Conference. The Mustangs fall to 1-6 and 1-4 in conference play...Complete Release

Fast Start, Turnovers Allow Gridiron Hounds to Sprint Past Texans

For the third time in the last four weeks, the Eastern New Mexico football team charged to a double-digit lead, but this time it was on the road. The Hounds capitalized on three turnovers to upend Tarleton State, 24-15, in Lone Star Conference action at Memorial Field.

With the win, Kelley Lee improved to 6-1 as head coach of the Greyhounds. The last ENMU head coach to win at least six of his first seven was Billy Kelly. Kelly won his first eight games in the 1982 season and finished with an 8-2-1 record...Complete Release

Dyal Shines as Javelinas Race Past Falcons, 47-21

Cade Dyal torched the UT Permian Basin defense for 367 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Texas A&M-Kingsville football team to a 47-21 victory over the Falcons on Saturday night at Ratliff Stadium in Odessa, Texas.

The Javelina offense was by no means a one man band, as Jordan Thomas topped 100 yards receiving for the third straight week. The senior hauled in six throws for 121 yards and added two scores. Nick Pelrean scored twice on the ground and rushed for 94 yards...Complete Release

Buffs Tame Grizzlies for 17-14 Homecoming Victory; Snap Three-Game Skid

The West Texas A&M football snapped a three-game skid Saturday evening with a 17-14 victory over visiting Adams State on Homecoming at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. The Buffs forced a season-high five turnovers in the game...Complete Release

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