Bucknell is a team defined by its defense which will need to find ways to score points and the man charged with that is quarterback R.J. Nitti. Nitti returns for his 3rd year as the starting quarterback and is coming off a year with 2,477 passing yards with 13 touchdowns but a concerning 10 interceptions.
I used to care about UNI football. May well again some day....
Keep an eye out on the Big South articles. Libertine nailed it....I mean, nailed it.
Great stuff Clenz! I have enoyed reading them all so far. Keep up the good work. Missouri State is intriguing to me because they bring back so many young players and they are now entering their second season. Does the player experience and being a year older become trumped by the fact that they were beaten rented mules. Are they more competitive this season?
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"You're not defined by a moment, you're defined by your body of work, and that's the best body of work in college football." NDSU head football coach Chris Klieman