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    Default Re: Looking Ahead at early non-conference opponents

    Cal Davis QB Jake Maier tops Craig Haley’s 2019 Top-10 QB watch list

    2018 Statistics: 364-for-557 (65.4 percent), 3,931 yards, 34 TDs, 10 INTs, 141.19 QB efficiency; 3 TDs rushing (13 games)

    What to Know: Maier guided UC Davis to its best FCS season last year. He followed wide receiver Keelan Doss as the Big Sky Conference offensive player of the year, but in 2019 he will no longer be able to connect with the leading Division I pass catcher of the past two seasons. Originally a Sacred Heart commit intending to play on the other coast, the Long Beach City (Calif.) College transfer has a quick release and is accurate enough to throw into traffic. Despite the loss of Doss, a strong offense returns around Maier, who passed for more yards and touchdowns than any returning FCS signal-caller.
    https://athlonsports.com/college-foo...watch-2019?amp

    Other names include:

    9. Ryan Boyle, Indiana State
    5. Eric Barriere, Eastern Washington

    Was surprised to see Case Cookus of Northern Arizona on the list.
    8th year senior or something like that
    He has had injury problems, so hopefully his senior season is a healthy campaign.
    Tom Flacco might be the most famous name on the list, “only” 6’ 1”, so is Joe’s little, younger brother.

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    It will be VERY interesting to see how we stack up against UC Davis. Obviously my money is on the Bison by 28+ but we will know how legit we are after that game.

    Not saying that UC Davis is a perennial heavy weight, but they're a known commodity with a legit QB and I expect them to be in a similar post season situation as last year.
    If we blow em out, we havent lost a step imo
    Brock, Carson, and Stick are force ghosts floating in the back, Trey Lance, in the foreground, holding a football in one hand a Green Lightsaber in the other...

    EPISODE '19: THE FOURTH AWAKENS

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    Looks like Otis Whey won't be running the ball for _ND this fall or ever. Dropped for academics according to Dom Izzo Inforum.
    You wanta play football, any school will do; ... You wanta learn football, NDSU is for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBison View Post
    Looks like Otis Whey won't be running the ball for _ND this fall or ever. Dropped for academics according to Dom Izzo Inforum.
    He was going to be a bowling ball for them too, that's too bad.

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    Looking ahead at the F_cking Hawks - Dom Izzo. _ND will receive 140,000 dollars for this matchup,
    You wanta play football, any school will do; ... You wanta learn football, NDSU is for you!

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    Looking ahead at Butler - Dom Izzo Biggest win in Butler school history last year, beating Youngstown State 23-21
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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBison View Post
    Looking ahead at Butler - Dom Izzo Biggest win in Butler school history last year, beating Youngstown State 23-21
    Pathetic for both programs. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandoEX View Post
    Pathetic for both programs. Haha
    Butler is a great school in a great city so they have the potential to pick up some decent football players even though they are non-scholarship. It also makes them up and down and less depth than a scholarship FCS program, but on any given day the good pioneer teams can upset decent FCS teams. I don't expect this game to be that close, but it should still be fun! I'm sure the Butler players are going to love the experience.

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    Default Re: Looking Ahead at early non-conference opponents

    Twins should sign this guy:


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    Default Re: Looking Ahead at early non-conference opponents

    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBison View Post
    Looking ahead at the F_cking Hawks - Dom Izzo. _ND will receive 140,000 dollars for this matchup,
    The Hawks' athletic department will also receive tickets.
    Looking forward to Summit & MVFC[SIGPIC]

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