Archive for September, 2011

Late TD lifts Eagles over Grizzlies

Last-second FG attempt sails left CHADRON, Neb. – A pair of David Van voris (Elizabeth, Colo.) field goals in the fourth quarter gave ASC a 6-point lead with under three minutes in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) action against Chadron State on Saturday afternoon, but the Ealges answered back to score the go-ahead touchdown with […]


Tigers Beat the Braves

Houston, TX-The Texas Southern Tigers dominated the Alcorn Braves in the books as they won their second consecutive home game of the season 14-7. The point spread wasn’t great but the offensive and defensive statistics were impressive. The Tigers racked up 333 yards of total offense while holding Alcorn to 132 yards. TSU had 173 […]


The Red Zone – The House That Jerry Built

By Craig Burroughs Texas Fun in “The House That Jerry Built”: The first of what I hope will be many Lone Star Football Festivals at the amazing new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington was a rousing success… unless, of course, you were rooting for Texas A&M-Commerce. The Lions got off to a great start in the […]


The Red Zone September 11 2011

By Craig Burroughs Too New to Rue: The Saints of Siena Heights University came to Arlington Heights, IL, on Saturday to meet another new team in 2011, the Eagles of Robert Morris University. RMU already had two games under its belt, having led into the 4th Quarter against both at Mayville State and at home […]


The Red Zone – September 4 2011

By Craig Burroughs Let the Games Begin: Finally, football is back at last. With my travel still somewhat limited by a temporary inability to drive, I’ve planned to cover games relatively close to home, at least for the first few weeks of the season, so Sandy can take me to games that will allow us […]