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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Quote Originally Posted by kdinva View Post
    --------- Hampton!

    http://www.dailypress.com/sports/ham...516-story.html

    Sept. 1: Shaw, 6 p.m.
    Sept. 8: at Monmouth, 3 p.m.
    Sept. 15: Tennessee State, 6 p.m.
    Sept. 22: at Northern Iowa, TBA.
    Sept. 29: Charleston Southern, 2 p.m.
    Oct. 6: Lane, 2 p.m.
    Oct. 13: at Presbyterian, TBA
    Oct. 27: Virginia University of Lynchburg, 2 p.m.
    Nov. 3: at SUNY Maritime, 1 p.m.
    Nov. 10: at Mississippi Valley State, TBA
    Nov. 17: St. Andrews, 1 p.m.


    Five non D-1s.........and no MEACs........that was a tag-team decision by the other 10 schools.....
    Wow. Here's the breakdown of the five non-D-Is:

    Shaw - D-II
    Lane - D-II
    VUL - non-countable (still?)
    SUNY Maritime - D-III
    St. Andrews - NAIA

    A PFL team-style schedule is what they could compile at this rate? Wow, they've tried really hard... now, let's see if they will struggle with this type of schedule...
    Reason number one why I am a bandwagon fan: the Ivy League football teams are not playing at their best nationally.
    Reason number two why I am a bandwagon fan: there is no chance that the Ivies will be in the Road to Frisco in our lifetimes.
    Reason number three why I am a bandwagon fan: there are some schools that do participate in that Road that are underrepresented here, and I appreciate their being committed to football...

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Meanwhile... I'm now compiling PFL schedules for this forum right now...

    Butler
    9/1 - at Youngstown State
    9/8 - at Taylor Indiana (NAIA)
    9/15 - Princeton
    9/29 - Morehead State
    10/6 - at Drake
    10/13 - at Valpo
    10/20 - San Diego
    10/27 - Dayton
    11/3 - at Jacksonville
    11/10 - Stetson
    11/17 - at Davidson

    Davidson (still tentative according to official website)
    9/1 - Brevard (D-III)
    9/8 - Chowan (D-II)
    9/15 - Guilford (D-III)
    9/22 - at Dayton
    9/29 - at Valpo
    10/6 - Jacksonville
    10/13 - Morehead State
    10/20 - at Marist
    10/27 - Stetson
    11/10 - at San Diego
    11/17 - Butler

    Dayton - see page 43 of this thread, post 424

    Drake
    9/1 - William Jewell (D-II)
    9/8 - at Griz
    9/15 - Missouri S&T (D-II)
    9/29 - at Jacksonville
    10/6 - Butler
    10/13 - Stetson
    10/20 - at Dayton
    10/27 - at Valpo
    11/3 - San Diego
    11/10 - Marist
    11/17 - at Morehead State
    Reason number one why I am a bandwagon fan: the Ivy League football teams are not playing at their best nationally.
    Reason number two why I am a bandwagon fan: there is no chance that the Ivies will be in the Road to Frisco in our lifetimes.
    Reason number three why I am a bandwagon fan: there are some schools that do participate in that Road that are underrepresented here, and I appreciate their being committed to football...

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Post #2 of PFL 2018 composite schedule:

    Jacksonville
    9/1 - St. Augustine's (D-II)
    9/8 - at Mercer
    9/15 - Walsh (D-II)
    9/29 - Drake
    10/6 - at Davidson
    10/13 - Marist
    10/20 - at Stetson
    10/27 - at San Diego
    11/3 - Butler
    11/10 - at Valpo
    11/17 - Dayton

    Marist
    9/1 - Georgetown
    9/15 - at Bryant
    9/22 - at Stetson
    9/29 - Dayton
    10/6 - at Columbia
    10/13 - at Jacksonville
    10/20 - Davidson
    10/27 - at Morehead State
    11/3 - Valpo
    11/10 - at Drake
    11/17 - San Diego

    Morehead State - see page 47 of this thread, post 466

    San Diego
    9/1 - Western New Mexico (D-II)
    9/8 - at UC Davis
    9/15 - at Harvard
    9/29 - Stetson
    10/6 - at Morehead State
    10/13 - Dayton
    10/20 - at Butler
    10/27 - Jacksonville
    11/3 - at Drake
    11/10 - Davidson
    11/17 - at Marist

    Stetson - see page 43 of this thread, post 427

    Valpo - see page 49 of this thread, post 488

    At least all conferences are represented on the 2018 schedule by now...
    Last edited by bonarae; May 16th, 2018 at 08:58 AM. Reason: Corrected Walsh classification
    Reason number one why I am a bandwagon fan: the Ivy League football teams are not playing at their best nationally.
    Reason number two why I am a bandwagon fan: there is no chance that the Ivies will be in the Road to Frisco in our lifetimes.
    Reason number three why I am a bandwagon fan: there are some schools that do participate in that Road that are underrepresented here, and I appreciate their being committed to football...

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Quote Originally Posted by bonarae View Post
    Wow. Here's the breakdown of the five non-D-Is:

    Shaw - D-II
    Lane - D-II
    VUL - non-countable (still?)
    SUNY Maritime - D-III
    St. Andrews - NAIA

    A PFL team-style schedule is what they could compile at this rate? Wow, they've tried really hard... now, let's see if they will struggle with this type of schedule...
    VUL is now in the National Christian College AA, so they're countable

    NCAA list http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/ForSID...Definition.pdf
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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Quote Originally Posted by bonarae View Post
    A PFL team-style schedule is what they could compile at this rate? Wow, they've tried really hard... now, let's see if they will struggle with this type of schedule...
    Looks like the MEAC community is giving them the cold shoulder, but their schedule should definitely improve once they get to the Big South.

    Maybe Georgetown can add them as well, given their own dwindling number of opponents.
    Georgetown: "We play where we do not compete, and compete where we do not play."

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Quote Originally Posted by bonarae View Post

    Jacksonville
    9/1 - St. Augustine's (D-II)
    9/8 - at Mercer
    9/15 - Walsh (D-III)
    9/29 - Drake
    10/6 - at Davidson
    10/13 - Marist
    10/20 - at Stetson
    10/27 - at San Diego
    11/3 - Butler
    11/10 - at Valpo
    11/17 - Dayton
    Walsh is D-II.

    Davidson is the only PFL team that regularly plays D-IIIs.

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Quote Originally Posted by DFW HOYA View Post
    Maybe Georgetown can add them (hampton) as well, given their own dwindling number of opponents.
    makes sense from a geographical stand point.....3.5 hours apart.
    1-AA is tops!!

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    Re: 2018 Schedules

    Albany announces home game times - Morgan St., St. Francis and Richmond at 7:00, Towson, Delaware and Stony Brook at 3:30 (all subject to change)
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    One late change, Grambling added an Oct. 6 game against NAIA Oklahoma Panhandle State after their previously scheduled opponent, NAIA school Bacone, dropped their football program amid budget woes.

    https://hbcusports.com/2018/06/28/gr...oma-panhandle/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hebmskebm View Post
    One late change, Grambling added an Oct. 6 game against NAIA Oklahoma Panhandle State after their previously scheduled opponent, NAIA school Bacone, dropped their football program amid budget woes.

    https://hbcusports.com/2018/06/28/gr...oma-panhandle/
    Impressed w/ Eddie Robinson Stadium's playing surface........nice and clean.
    1-AA is tops!!

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