Having started the season with 52 players and 42 consecutive losses, and ending the season with 54 consecutive losses and even fewer players, the Quakers are suspending their football program with the plans of studying whether it can return in 2020.
The final NCAA regional rankings for 2018 have been released. This was the one which the football committee used to select at-large teams and seed the field. It also provides the formal answer as to who was on the table at the time of selection.
That's what the committee chair told us about a key matchup in the bracket. What else did he say? Plus our intrepid podcast hosts go through what the committee got right and wrong, the best matchups, toughest roads, and still have time for game balls from Week 11.
People are likely to be annoyed when they look at the very first matchup in the bracket. If you can get past that, the rest of it is pretty good, and they definitely picked a good set of at-large teams, just like we did in our projection. The Division III playoff bracket has been released!
We predicted this year's field of 32 back in Kickoff before a down of the 2018 season was played. With only a few hours until the field is officially released, how did we do? Plus, power rankings of the 32 expected playoff participants.
This year, once against Saturday chaos was kept to a minimum, but it wasn't completely devoid of drama and some things got shaken up. Here's who we think makes the playoffs, and where the NCAA could (or should) match them up.
We know this. You know this. But perhaps the general population looks down on Division III, right? Student-athletes, fans, we're here to back you up. Get a look at how we're going to help you make the case that Division III is underrated.