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||ATN Podcast: Let’s wipe our hands of that first round||Phew, that was ugly. UG-ly, with a capital U. And a G. In this case, we're talking about most of the first round of the playoffs we have a coach talking about winning ugly, and another talking about the worst conditions he's seen for football in 37 [...]||11/23/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||ATN Podcast: There won’t be a rematch||So, one thing we know is there won't be a rematch, a 10th game in the Stagg Bowl series in which UW-Whitewater leads Mount Union 6-3. We'll talk about the committee's choice to place the two teams on the same side of the bracket, plus some other ...[...]||11/16/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||ATN Podcast: Two results throw it wide open||Wesley and Hardin-Simmons could have made it easy on the committee and on all the bracketologists in Division III who are trying to figure out where they'll go in the playoffs. Instead, Salisbury upset the Wolverines and East Texas Baptist knocked o[...]||11/9/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||ATN Podcast: About those locks for at-large bids||There are lots of teams looking for at-large bids to the playoffs. Problem is, there's only six of them. If you are new to Division III, or new to playoff contention and don't know how the D-III playoffs work, this is the week where Keith and Pat wi[...]||11/1/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||ATN Podcast: Let the speculation begin||Lots of good showdowns this weekend to talk about, and we hit on a bunch, but that's just the beginning. What we're really here to do is talk about the playoffs! Where do we know more about automatic bids? Which at-large teams have a good shot as i[...]||10/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||ATN Podcast: One big shakeup||There was one huge upset this week, but that left a lot of room to talk about other games as well. So in addition to Dubuque-Wartburg, let's take a few minutes to focus on the "middle class" of Division III football, as it were.||10/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||A crack in the purple armor||Well, there you go -- a crack in the purple armor favored by UW-Whitewater. This gives hope to a lot of people around Division III, but should it? What have we really learned from this weekend's games?||10/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Around the Nation: Crazy endings, big showdowns and lots of sacks||Impressive midseason matchups lead to some readjustment, not just in the Top 25 poll but in playoff positioning. No, it's not too early to talk about some conference races. Plus there was a Division III record set on Saturday, and a bunch of crazy e[...]||10/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Around the Nation: A great week for D-III football||The No. 1 Division III team beat the NAIA's No. 1 team, SportsCenter spent significant time on two Division III campuses and we had a great, gutsy schedule of a non-conference game turn into a fantastic contest that was worth the price of admission.[...]||9/27/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Around the Nation: Big games and close calls||We might question whether some teams are as good as we think, and some Top 25 voters might be asking the same questions. Other teams are right where everyone thought they would be. And in some places, there's new excitement and new life for football[...]||9/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Great News Source
Not many outlets give NCAA D3 football much coverage. These guys do a great job of highlighting weekly activity around the league! Go Whitewater!
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This is a great podcast that Pat and Keith out on! They bring great insight each week to the D3 nation. Get on board now!
More than the Purple Powers
I look forward to this podcast every Monday morning in the fall. Pat and Keith bring in-depth coverage on dozens of NCAA Division III games. Although I follow one of the "purple powers," that usually tops the D3 polls, I look forward to Pat and Keith's insights into all of the division, because there's a lot of quality programs that deserve coverage. These two provide that coverage.