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September 18, 2013

Inside the MIAA

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

Team        Conf    Ovr    PF    PA

       W-L    W-L

Emporia St.    2-0    2-0    77    34

Lindenwood    2-0    2-0    59    49

Mo. Southern    2-0    2-0    69    52

Pittsburg St.    2-0    2-0    110    30

Washburn    2-0    2-0    112    30

Mo. Western    1-0    2-0    89    26

NW Mo. St.    1-0    2-0    73    48

Lincoln        0-1    1-1    69    58

SW Baptist    0-1    0-2    64    75

Central Mo.    0-2    0-2    47    54

Central Okla.    0-2    0-2    62    117

Fort Hays St.    0-2    0-2    30    97

Neb. Kearney    0-2    0-2    34    92

Northeastern St.    0-2    0-2    20    62

Week 2

Mo. Southern 17, Northeastern St. 14

Emporia State 34, Neb. Kearney 21

NW Mo. St. 28, Central Mo. 24

Pittsburg St. 65, Central Okla. 24

Washburn 54, Fort Hays St. 17

Lindenwood 35, SW Baptist 27

Lincoln 47, Grambling St. 34

Mo. Western 63, Missouri S&T 3

Week 3

Lindenwood at Central Mo., 1:30 p.m.

Lincoln at Mo. Southern, 2:37 p.m.

Mo. Western at Neb. Kearney, 3 p.m.

Emporia State at Central Okla., 6 p.m.

Washburn at Northeastern St., 6 p.m.

NW Mo. St. at Fort Hays St., 7 p.m.

SW Baptist at Pittsburg St., 7 p.m.

Week 2 recaps

- Missouri Southern 17, Northeastern State 14: An offensive showcase in the first half morphed into a defensive struggle in the final 30 minutes. The difference in the game was a Sean Seefeldt 31-yard field goal that closed out the first half. For NSU, Joel Rockmore ran 145 yards, and linebacker Langston Jones had 21 tackles.

- Emporia State 34, Neb. Kearney 21: The Hornets scored 31 of the first 38 points and carried a 31-7 lead into halftime. Emporia State was nearly unstoppable on offense with Dozie Iwuagwa rushing for 123 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Quarterback Brent Wilson got in on the offensive explosion, passing for 297 yards and four touchdowns while completing 23 of 34 passes. Also for the Hornets, Ray Ray Davis and Austin Willis combined for 14 receptions for 230 yards and three touchdowns.

- Northwest Missouri State 28, Central Mo. 24: Brady Bolles’ 9-yard touchdown run with 2:51 remaining lifted the third-ranked Bearcats to a come-from-behind victory. Central Missouri built up a 17-0 lead early on before taking a 17-14 advantage into the halftime locker room. Bolles came on in relief of Northwest Missouri State’s starting quarterback, Trevor Adams, and ran for 82 yards and two scores while passing for 191 yards and a touchdown on 17 of 23 attempts.

- Pittsburg State 65, Central Oklahoma 24: The Gorillas zoomed out to a 20-0 lead and eventually led 34-3 at halftime. Pittsburg State ran for 361 yards, thanks to five players with at least 45 yards on the ground. The Gorillas finished with 599 yards of total offense while scoring touchdowns on nine of their 12 drives in the game.

- Lindenwood 35, Southwest Baptist 27: The Lions outscored Southwest Baptist 21-10 in the second half to move to 2-0. Marvin Byrd led Lindenwood with 130 yards and a touchdown on 29 rushing attempts.

- Washburn 54, Fort Hays State 17: Fort Hays State scored a touchdown to get within 10-7 in the second quarter, but Washburn would score the next 44 points to improve to 2-0. The Ichabods cashed in on four interceptions thrown by Fort Hays State quarterback Treveon Albert.

- Lincoln 47, Grambling State 34: The Blue Tigers opened up to a 23-7 lead and held on in the offensive slugfest. The two teams combined for 1,115 yards of offense.

- Missouri Western 63, Missouri S&T 3: Tra Brown (109 yards, two touchdowns on nine carries) and Raphael Spencer (107 yards and two touchdowns on 11 rushes) tore Missouri S&T up on the ground as the Griffons cruised to 2-0 on the year.

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