A potential PAC title game remained a possibility as this week it was Washington and Jefferson surviving while Case Western Reserve dominated. The PAC teams improved to a combined 22-0 this season. Joe Sager has more in a Road to Salem feature.
It took a heck of a play call and top-notch execution to pull off what Frostburg State did in its first-round playoff game at Wittenberg. If you watched the online broadcast, you didn't get to see the whole play, but we have it. Because it's the D3football.com Play of the Week.
Yes, two top 10 teams are eliminated who should have had a better chance to advance into the second round, and it?s crazy that we have to wait until Sundays to find out who is hosting, but the games were pretty entertaining in the first round of the playoffs. Pat and Keith talk about all 16 games, plus the surprise players who did and did not play on Saturday.
DeAngelo Fulford started for Mount Union, one day after news of his arrest and outstanding warrant in Florida broke. Meanwhile, Case Western Reserve was dominant in the snow at IWU, Frostburg made a gutsy call down the stretch and W&J just got its game-winner through.
The top ten teams played like it in the top-left bracket, while Wartburg had three defensive stands and outlasted Franklin in overtime and Trine found the lightning to go with the thunder in Saturday's first-round playoff action.
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