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September 18, 2013

Inside the MIAA

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

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They said it

“It can be one point or 100 points, it doesn’t matter. Winning is precious. ...We knew we were going to be coming into a snake pit, and we’re lucky to get out of here with the win.” -- Missouri Southern head coach Daryl Daye said following the Lions’ 17-14 win over Northeastern State.

Game of the week

Lindenwood at Central Missouri

It’s one of six games that features an 2-0 team vs. an 0-2 squad. Yet, it doesn’t really feel like Central Missouri is 0-2 after close losses to Northwest Missouri State and Mo. Western. Winner of this game has to feel good going forward.

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