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October 2, 2013

Inside the MIAA

A weekly look inside the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association.

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They said it

 “Rick Hunley, our special teams coordinator, called it. He told me that it was there. It was a heck of a call. We got the momentum when that happened. They left it open, and we were just glad we were on the right end of it.” -- Southwest Baptist head coach Craig Schuler on the Bearcats' punt block, which set up a touchdown that gave Southwest Baptist a 38-27 lead with 7:18 to play.

Game of the week

Abilene Christian at Pittsburg State


The MIAA likes to proclaim its dominance among Division II football. Well, here’s a good way to prove it. The Gorillas can help further the MIAA’s stance if they can take down a former Lone Star Conference stalwart turned Division I program. Abilene Christian is no stranger to MIAA teams after playoff matchups in years past. Should be worthy contest at Carnie Smith Stadium.

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