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D2, D3 and NAIA Playoffs

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Just a quick shoutout to some smaller college teams in the state. UIndy, Trine and Saint Francis all enter their respective postseasons undefeated! All host playoff games this Saturday. Saint Francis comes into the postseason ranked #1 and defending national champs! Great job by the smaller schools in the state and keep it up in the playoffs!

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Don't forget Franklin. They will be playing in the postseason as well.

 

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3 hours ago, Coach Nowlin said:

Rooting for the Franklin Grizzlies!!   Former Bomber standout transferred thier after SJC closed, Austin Fleming.  http://franklingrizzlies.com/sports/fball/2017-18/players/austinflemingf552?view=profile

 

 

Yes congrats to the Grizzlies!  They didn't get any love from the selection committee though on the 487 mile trip to a tough Wartburg team.  Hopefully the offense keeps rolling but it's not going to be easy as the competition level just went up considerably.  

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Completely spaced on the Griz! Congrats to them as well on a fantastic season. Hopefully we will see some deep runs.

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For those interested, Franklin lost by 1 in OT after going for 2 and failing. UIndy lost a close game as well. In better news, Trine won 63-24 and will play at Wartburg (the team Franklin lost to) Saturday. Also, USF won a close one 26-21 and will host Northwestern (IA) on Saturday in Fort Wayne.

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St Francis, is a hidden gem in the Summit City. Super football played, sometimes unnoticed by the city folk there. Lots of local Indiana boys, struttin their stuff. 

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I'm hoping to see Saint Xavier face Saint Francis in the National Championship. My Son isn't going to be on Saint Xavier's roster till spring, but I'd still enjoy watching a second fight between the 2 this year. 

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