Big Sky games October 19

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Big Sky games October 19

Post by iaafan » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:22 am

PSU at UNC. Here’s another team, like SAC, that’s playing well after being picked to finish in the middle-bottom of the league. Two losses to Arkansas and Boise St. They struggle on the road though. 45-21 PSU

NAU at Weber. This might be a good game, but I doubt it. Weber 38-17

Idaho St at Idaho. A couple schizophrenic teams here. Idaho plays very well at home so far this year. Idaho 34-31

N. Dakota at Poly. I think if Poly would turn the QB loose passing they’d be a lot tougher. (See below) UND 27-24

Davis at SUU. Davis damn near blew a 34-0 lead when Poly started passing it. It was 34-24 and Poly was on the Davis 16, but fumbled and it was returned for a TD. Davis 34-21

UM at SAC. SAC is on a roll. UM was on a roll too, but had a bye. SAC 38, UM 20



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Re: Big Sky games October 19

Post by cats2506 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 8:16 am

iaafan wrote:
Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:22 am
PSU at UNC. Here’s another team, like SAC, that’s playing well after being picked to finish in the middle-bottom of the league. Two losses to Arkansas and Boise St. They struggle on the road though. 45-21 PSU

NAU at Weber. This might be a good game, but I doubt it. Weber 38-17

Idaho St at Idaho. A couple schizophrenic teams here. Idaho plays very well at home so far this year. Idaho 34-31

N. Dakota at Poly. I think if Poly would turn the QB loose passing they’d be a lot tougher. (See below) UND 27-24

Davis at SUU. Davis damn near blew a 34-0 lead when Poly started passing it. It was 34-24 and Poly was on the Davis 16, but fumbled and it was returned for a TD. Davis 34-21

UM at SAC. SAC is on a roll. UM was on a roll too, but had a bye. SAC 38, UM 20
I agree with this except I think um @ Sac will he higher scoring and closer, I just don't see Sac holding um to only 20 and getting a 3 possession win.


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Re: Big Sky games October 19

Post by Montanabob » Fri Oct 18, 2019 9:38 am

iaafan wrote:
Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:22 am
PSU at UNC. Here’s another team, like SAC, that’s playing well after being picked to finish in the middle-bottom of the league. Two losses to Arkansas and Boise St. They struggle on the road though. 45-21 PSU

NAU at Weber. This might be a good game, but I doubt it. Weber 38-17

Idaho St at Idaho. A couple schizophrenic teams here. Idaho plays very well at home so far this year. Idaho 34-31

N. Dakota at Poly. I think if Poly would turn the QB loose passing they’d be a lot tougher. (See below) UND 27-24

Davis at SUU. Davis damn near blew a 34-0 lead when Poly started passing it. It was 34-24 and Poly was on the Davis 16, but fumbled and it was returned for a TD. Davis 34-21

UM at SAC. SAC is on a roll. UM was on a roll too, but had a bye. SAC 38, UM 20
Idaho State Wins 28-24
Poly wins 27-21
NAU 28-21
SUU 21-20


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Re: Big Sky games October 19

Post by TomCat88 » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:35 am

I’ll take PSU, Poly, Weber, UM, ISU, and Davis.


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Re: Big Sky games October 19

Post by Rich K » Sat Oct 19, 2019 10:22 am

UNCU
Weber
Idaho
Poly
SUU
SAC


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