Nonconference Record: 9-2
Good Wins: There were many, as the Gulf South went 3-0 vs the Mountain North and 2-0 vs the Great Lakes.  For sheer unexpectedness, West Alabama’s 18-point victory as an underdog against Shippensburg raised some eyebrows.  Valdosta scored four unanswered TDs in the 4th quarter to take out UCA, Delta St had a strong 2nd half (31-10) to dispatch Ferris, while new-ish Florida Tech and three other brand-new programs all won against established opponents.
Bad Wins: None, which is amazing when you consider that nine teams won.
Good Losses: There were only two losses, and both were acceptable.
Bad Losses: On the face of it, the Wolves loss to Emporia wasn’t shameful, but giving up the decisive touchdown in the 4th quarter has got to sting.

W: NM Highlands  52-45
W: Fort Hays St  35-31
W: Colorado Mines  42-38
W: Florida Southern  26-10
W: North Greenville  35-31
W: Northern Indiana  45-19
L: OH Dominican  35-39
L: Presbyterian  31-37
L: Carson-Newman  21-55
L: Valdosta St 23-41
L: East Texas St 30-41
L: E New Mexico 20-37

W: Dowling  41-21
W: Adelphi  37-35
W: Seton Hill  46-30
L: Albany St GA  20-28
L: So Connecticut St  12-30
L: Mars Hill  27-50
L: CW Post  21-62
L: Sacred Heart  24-59
L: Gardner-Webb  20-55
L: Davis & Elkins  44-58
L: Queens  35-37
L: Elmira  21-41

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Group XV

Nonconference Record: 6-6
Good Wins: There were no spectacular wins in the Southern Sun in Week 1, but there were some decent victories.  SE Oklahoma’s win might have been the most impressive, coming from down 10 to start the 4th quarter and scoring the winning touchdown with a few minutes to play.
Bad Wins: Tech nearly blew a big lead vs a team they should have dominated.  They should consider themselves fortunate for prevailing.
Good Losses: Panhandle, if you can believe it, was actually in their game with Carson-Newman at the half!
Bad Losses: Central Arkansas and Western Arkansas certainly came up short of expectations, while NE Oklahoma was similarly outclassed.

W: New Haven  35-23
W: Kentucky St  33-28
W: Assumption  38-21
W: Quinnipiac  51-32
W: KY Wesleyan  49-28
W: Livingstone  42-21
W: Chowan  63-38
bye
L: Moorhead St  35-38
L: Bemidji St 17-31
L: Springfield MA  40-45
L: Lincoln MO 38-41

Group XI

Group XIV

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

W: Stony Brook  25-24
W: Lake Erie  52-49
W: Pace  41-30
W: Oakland  17-10
bye
bye
L: NW Oklahoma St  45-52
L: Central Missouri 30-43
L: SE Oklahoma St  31-35
L: Ouachita Bapt  38-42
L: Pittsburg St 27-55
L: Brevard  12-35

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

W: Chadron St 55-27
W: Alaska A&M 67-17
W: Kearney St 43-30
W: West Georgia 42-38
W: Angelo St 43-31
W: WV Tech 41-38
L: Nebraska St 30-32
L: Minnesota St 40-42
L: North Florida 41-47, 2OT
L: Cameron 29-31
L: Abilene Christian 40-66
L: Midwestern St 23-40

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

W: Catawba 27-12
W: Elon 51-35
W: Bowie St 31-17
W: Wingate 37-31
W: St Paul's 27-17
bye
L: Grand Valley St 28-37
L: Northern Michigan 30-37
L: Hillsdale 13-34
L: Florida Tech 38-44
L: West Alabama 38-56
L: Florida Gulf Coast 40-47

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Nonconference Record: 2-6
Conference Round-up: Ashland did what they needed to do, putting away a new team quickly.  Southern Indiana illustrated why it may be a force to be reckoned with in this inaugural season.
Good Wins: Both noncon wins were impressive, and both occurred as underdogs.
Bad Wins: Nope
Good Losses: None of these losses were necessarily good; most were right where they were predicted to be.
Bad Losses: Quincy, however, did get embarrassed by a team that has dormant for a long time.

W: Albany NY  28-20
W: American Intl  14-7
W: Shaw  30-10
W: Sonoma St  28-13
W: Stonehill  27-14
bye
L: Virginia Union  24-27
L: Fayetteville St  14-21
L: MS College  27-28
L: Humboldt St  17-37
L: West Florida  32-38
L: UC Davis  0-62

1-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-1, 0-1

Nonconference Record: 4-5
Conference Round-up: Tech handled Northwood in an early conference showdown, as the teams combined for eight TDs (four each) in the 4th quarter.
Good Wins: They were all good, all four noncon wins were very good.
Bad Wins: Nada
Good Losses: I don’t know that we can call any of these losses “good”, per se; they weren’t disasters, at least.
Bad Losses: Ferris and Saginaw Valley, two premier programs in the GLIAC, were defeated rather easily.  The Bulldogs were within 3 of the Statesmen heading into the 4th quarter, while the Cardinals were blown out.

Nonconference Record: 4-8
Good Wins: Considering that all four wins came against schools playing their maiden games, it is difficult to gauge if these are good or bad; we simply don’t know anything about these teams yet.  Having said that, props to Davis & Elkins, as they are a maiden program as well, and looked potent on offense.
Bad Wins: See above
Good Losses: Stony Brook, Lake Erie and Notre Dame all were respectable in losses.  The Seawolves led by eight into the 4th quarter, and nearly pulled off the upset.  The Storm were engaged in a wild back & forth shootout, and lost on a last-second FG.
Bad Losses: Mansfield got dumped, and yet they are a resuscitated program.  Seton Hill, meanwhile, should not have been pushed around by a team playing its very first game.

Nonconference Record: 7-4
Good Wins: Shepherd with a nice takedown of powerful New Haven, while Salem and Bluefield made their debuts by winning in blowouts.  It was a solid opening week in the Appalachians.
Bad Wins: Glenville sort of let expansion Quinnipiac hang around.  Other than that, all of these wins were solid.
Good Losses: Alderson-Broaddus scored all their points in the 2nd half, throwing a legitimate scare into Springfield.
Bad Losses: Charleston should have been closer to Bemidji.

1-0, 1-0
1-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-1, 0-1
0-1, 0-1

Southern Plains
Abilene Christian
Texas A&I (Kingsville)
Midwestern State
Tarleton State
Central Oklahoma
Eastern New Mexico
East Texas State (Commerce)
Western New Mexico
Cameron
Angelo State
West Texas A&M

W: Saratoga  30-12
W: Alderson-Broaddus  45-40
W: Minnesota Western 35-26
bye
bye
L: Tuskegee  7-14
L: Shepherd  23-35
L: Central Oklahoma 35-47
L: Concord  21-38
L: W New Mexico 28-59
L: Glenville St  32-51
L: Stillman  14-27

Nonconference Record: 1-7
Conference Round-up: The Hudson Valley is comprised of 11 new programs; only Albany is established.  Therefore, it is going to take several weeks, if not half a season, to figure out who is competitive.  With that said, Elmira’s victory at least looks quite impressive.
Good Wins: The only nonconference win came via Mercy knocking off Seton Hill…which is pretty impressive.
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: All but one of the noncon losses came at the hands of established programs.  Again, we’ll need to suss out the HVAC as the season progresses.
Bad Losses: I would say St Rose, as they lost to another maiden program.

W: Middle Indiana  65-27
W: NE Illinois  55-32
W: Western Arkansas  39-35
W: Central St OH  45-40
L: CPSLO  28-41
L: West Liberty St  28-33
L:  WV Wesleyan  28-49
L: Millersville  6-36
L: Hayward St  23-49
L: East Central OK  19-45
L: Ashland  27-65
L: Southern Indiana  32-55

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Eastern Mountain
CW Post (LIU Post)
Millersville
Sacred Heart
Davis & Elkins
Stony Brook
Lake Erie
Central State OH
Notre Dame OH
Pace
Johnstown
Mansfield
Seton Hill

Hudson Valley
Elmira
Queens
Mercy
Albany
Saratoga (Skidmore)
Molloy
Nazareth
LeMoyne
Vassar
St Rose
Adelphi
Dowling

Central Intercollegiate
Virginia Union
Virginia State
Fayetteville State
St Augustine's
Elizabeth City State
JC Smith
Winston-Salem State
Bowie State
Shaw
Livingstone
St Paul's
Chowan

Group XIII

1-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-1, 0-1

Nonconference Record: 5-6
Good Wins: Bloomsburg and West Chester both had good wins vs fellow high seeds, and the other wins were all decent, if not spectacular.
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: Indy U hung tough with a powerhouse.  That’s about it.
Bad Losses: There were some tough/inexplicable losses in the Mountain North in Week 1.  Cal U’s loss to Northern Michigan came in a tough, close game.  East Stroudsburg and Shippensburg were the real disappointments, though, as both were favored by an average of a TD.  These teams are looking for answers.

W: SW Baptist 66-40
W: Alaska 58-17
W: Washburn 40-23
W: St Cloud St 42-35
W: Merrimack 47-35
W: NE Oklahoma St 37-20
W: Eastern Arkansas 41-30
W: St Anselm 59-28
W: E Missouri St 31-29
L: Missouri Southern 31-43
L: So Dakota St 28-52

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Southern Intercollegiate
Albany State
Tuskegee
Pembroke State
Morehouse
Stillman
Benedict
Fort Valley State
Miles
Morris Brown
Lane
Clark Atlanta
Paine

Nonconference Record: 5-6
Good Wins: The Rams won the Battle of Albany, yet even more impressive were the wins by Pembroke, Morehouse and Stillman.
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: Morris Brown, in their return to the gridiron, nearly took down Mississippi College.
Bad Losses: Fort Valley was favored over Virginia Union, yet found themselves trailing by two scored heading into the 4th quarter.

W: Indianapolis  41-28
W: Paine  62-0
W: Lane  37-17
W: Quincy  49-23
W: Lake Superior St  49-32
bye
L: Northern St  38-45
L: Virginia St  0-28
L: Morehouse  13-28
L: JC Smith  22-32
L: Elizabeth City St  24-49
L: Concordia-St Paul  24-44

Nonconference Record: 3-7
Good Wins: Newcomer St Michael’s may have actually had the most impressive effort in Week 1, taking out an established program by more than one score.
Bad Wins: Springfield, despite being the established program and a two TD favorite, barely survived the Battlers after being up 31-0 at the half.
Good Losses: There were a handful of teams that hung in there as underdogs (AIC, Merrimack, Assumption, Quinnipiac), providing a more complete snapshot for the Northeast-12 moving forward.
Bad Losses: New Haven was shutting Shepherd out at halftime, 16-0, then lost all momentum in the 2nd half.  Stonehill and St Anselm also had disappointing efforts.

Big North
North Dakota
South Dakota State
South Dakota
Nebraska State (Omaha)
Augustana SD
Minnesota State
North Dakota State
St Cloud State
Eastern Nebraska (Wayne)
Alaska A&M (Fairbanks)
Alaska (Anchorage)

W: Fort Valley St  27-24
W: CS Bakersfield  28-0
W: Miles  21-14
W: Mansfield  44-16
W: San Francisco St  49-24
W: UC Riverside  32-22
bye
L: Edinboro  17-31
L: Pembroke St  10-30
L: Salem WV  21-42
L: Lock Haven  17-27
L: Bluefield St  38-63

Division 4

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

W: Central Arkansas 41-23
W: Ferris St 45-31
W: Gannon 45-10
W: Shippensburg 56-38
W: E Stroudsburg 44-38
W: Morris Brown 28-27
W: Clark Atlanta 38-32
W: Missouri Tech 47-41, 2OT
W: Cheyney 47-40
bye
L: Emporia St 38-42
L: SW Oklahoma St 10-26

Great Lakes Intercollegiate
Michigan Tech
Grand Valley State
Northern Michigan
Hillsdale
Wayne State
Mercyhurst
Ferris State
Saginaw Valley State
Gannon
Oakland
Lake Superior State
Northwood

Gulf South
Valdosta State
Delta State
East Alabama (JaxSt)
West Alabama
Florida Tech
Mississippi College
West Florida
North Florida
Florida Gulf Coast
North Alabama
West Georgia
Florida Southern

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Nonconference Record: An incredible 9-2
Good Wins: Take your pick, as the Southern Plains nearly ran the table.  Of particular note is Midwestern’s win at Washburn in a game that was essentially a toss-up; Tarleton’s comeback vs St Cloud as a 10-point underdog; ENMU’s 17-point win over NE Oklahoma; WNMU’s 31-point road win at St Anselm. 
Bad Wins: Despite being a heavy favorite against a squad playing its first-ever game, Texas A&I sleepwalked through most of their game vs Alaska, while UCO let Merrimack hang around, trailing into the 4th quarter.
Good Losses: None
Bad Losses: There weren’t many, but the two that were present were not very impressive.  Angelo was favored, yet gave up 29 points in the 2nd half, while West Texas surrendered 38 unanswered points in the 2nd half of their home game.

Nonconference Record: 5-6
Good Wins: Gardner-Webb and Mars Hill played new programs from the Hudson Valley, thus it is difficult to draw a conclusion on these results.  Presbyterian looked okay, yet the best win in the South Atlantic may have been Brevard!  Should we be worried?
Bad Wins: This is going to be hard to believe, but…Carson-Newman trailed at the half…against Panhandle State.  Yikes.  They cannot afford to perform like that against these schedules.
Good Losses: The best loss is undoubtedly North Greenville.  Despite being a three touchdown underdog, and trailing by that much at the half, the Crusaders threw a genuine scare at Arkansas Tech.
Bad Losses: Elon and Catawba got mowed down by the big boys from the Mountain North.  Along with Newberry and Lenoir-Rhyne losing high-profile games and Carson-Newman looking flat, the South Atlantic appears to be a step behind the power elite in Division 4.

Appalachian Mtn
Shepherd
West Liberty State
Concord
Glenville State
West Virginia Wesleyan
Salem WV
Bluefield State
West Virginia State
Fairmont State
Charleston WV
Alderson-Broaddus
West Virginia Tech

W: Nazareth  62-21
W: Northern Kentucky  36-6
W: LeMoyne  59-24
W: St Rose  58-44
L: Pueblo St  24-25
L: Adams St  49-52
L: St Joseph's IN  40-45
L: SW Minnesota St  38-45
L: Fort Lewis  30-41
L: NW Minnesota  28-35
L: St Augustine's  16-44
L: Mercy NY  30-46

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Nonconference Record: 4-6
Good Wins: Probably the most impressive win in the Rocky Mountain in Week 1 – if you take away the glamour and the expectations – was Dixie’s win over expansion Oakland.  That tells you what you need to know from a thoroughly non-scintillating performance.
Bad Wins: Pueblo and Adams were both double-digit favorites, and barely won.  Again, not to be negative or anything, but it wasn’t a write-home-to-the-family opening week.
Good Losses: NM Highlands and NW Oklahoma played a great game.  Back & forth scoring, big plays.  The Cowboys were down 31-45 entering the 4th, scored twice to tie it up, yet lost on a last-second TD.
Bad Losses: Colorado College made Brevard look like a frightening opponent, but they’re not supposed to be a contender, so the disappointment factor is mild.  The most demoralizing result had to be Chadron getting pushed around by Pitt State.  The Eagles are better than this, aren’t they?

Mid-America
Pittsburg State
Northwest Missouri State
Central Missouri State
Emporia State
Missouri Southern State
Lincoln MO
Missouri Western State
Northeast Missouri State (Truman)
Missouri Tech (S&T)
Eastern Missouri State (UMSTL)
Southwest Baptist
Washburn

Group XII

Northern Sun
Winona St
Duluth
Bemidji State
Moorhead State
Southwest Minnesota State
Northern State SD
Concordia-St Paul
NW Minnesota (Crookston)
Minnesota Western (Morris)
Upper Iowa

Nonconference Record: 6-5
Good Wins: The Big North is a power conference, able to hang with any conference at this level.  Thus, there are likely going to be good wins every week.  In this opening week, North Dakota and South Dakota St were particularly impressive against formidable competition.  The Sioux thoroughly dominated Saginaw Valley, while the Jackrabbits scored 38 unanswered in the 2nd half to mow down the Buffaloes.
Bad Wins: Minnesota St barely got out of Kirksville alive.  They’ll need to tighten things up going forward to compete in this rugged conference.
Good Losses: While it may not look like it from the final score, Alaska hung in there against Texas A&I as a 50+ point underdog; they were down only 14-31 heading into the 4th quarter.
Bad Losses: I’m not so sure that it’s a bad loss so much as a shocking result, but North Dakota State’s loss to Duluth stands out.  Sure, Duluth is no slouch obviously, but the Bison were favored by 2+ TDs.  This game will probably reverberate throughout this inaugural season of Ideal College Football.  Honorable mention goes to St Cloud blowing a 4th quarter lead to Tarleton in a game in which they were 10 point favorites.

W: Panhandle St  55-21
W: Southern Arkansas  37-31
W: Colorado College  35-12
W: Vassar  55-20
W: Molloy  50-27
bye
L: Augustana SD 30-38
L: 30-43 South Dakota
L: Arkansas Tech  31-35
L: Bloomsburg  12-27
L: West Chester  35-51
L: Kutztown  31-37

1-0, 1-0
1-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-1, 0-1
0-1, 0-1

Week 1

Nonconference Record: 5-6
Good Wins: CPSLO took out a good Indy team by scoring an insurance TD late off a turnover.  Hayward and LA scored decisive victories – and put up an identical bucket o’ points – in their maiden voyages.
Bad Wins: Not really
Good Losses: None that I could really say were ‘good’.
Bad Losses: Many of these teams are new, so there are bound to be bad performances.  Having said that, San Francisco and San Bernardino got trounced far more than what was expected.

Nonconference Record: A sparkling 7-1
Conference Round-up: Winona handled their business.
Good Wins: We’ll start with the most momentous result in the Northern Sun, Duluth’s taking down of a giant.  The Bulldogs were down 6-20, then 13-30, missed three PATs (one a 2-pt attempt), yet continued battling back.  They scored the tying TD late, then won in the 2nd overtime session.  A thrilling victory.  Bemidji and Moorhead also had solid victories, and Concordia looked sharp.  A nice opening weekend for the NSC.
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: None
Bad Losses: Minnesota Western losing to a brand-new program isn’t exactly a good look.

Rocky Mountain
Pueblo State
Adams State
Fort Lewis
Dixie State
Mesa State
Western State
New Mexico Highlands
Kearney State
Fort Hays State
Colorado Mines
Chadron State
Colorado College

Group X

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

W: Northwood  48-38
W: Indiana PA  37-28
W: California PA  37-30
W: Clarion  34-13
W: Eastern Nebraska 30-19
bye
L: Delta St  31-45
L: North Dakota 14-36
L: East Alabama  10-45
L: Dixie St  10-17
L: CS Los Angeles  32-49
L: Michigan Tech  38-48

W: Upper Iowa  45-27
W: North Dakota St 43-40, OT
W: Charleston WV  31-17
W: Fairmont St  38-35
W: Notre Dame OH  45-38
W: Chico St 45-38
W: San Bernardino St  44-24
W: Johnstown  35-28
L: St Michael's  26-35
L: Winona St  27-45

Great Lakes Valley
Ashland
Southern Indiana
Ohio Dominican
St Joseph's IN
Indianapolis
Kentucky State
Kentucky Wesleyan
Northern Kentucky
Quincy
Northern Indiana (IPFW)
Middle Indiana (IUPUI)
Northeastern Illinois

Southern Sun
Northwestern Oklahoma State
Southeastern Oklahoma State
Ouachita Baptist
Southwestern Oklahoma State
Arkansas Tech
East Central OK
Western Arkansas (Henderson)
Southern Arkansas
Panhandle State
Central Arkansas
Eastern Arkansas (Monticello)
Northeastern Oklahoma State

Northeast-12
So Connecticut State
Springfield
St Michael's
Bentley
Bryant
American International
New Haven
Merrimack
Assumption
St Anselm
Quinnipiac
Stonehill

America West
CP San Luis Obispo
UC Davis
Humboldt State
Hayward State
CS Los Angeles
CP Pomona
Chico State
Bakersfield State
Sonoma State
UC Riverside
San Francisco State
San Bernardino State

W: Saginaw Valley St 36-14
W: West Texas A&M 52-28
W: Newberry 43-30
W: Missouri Western 32-30
W: Lenoir-Rhyne 38-30
W: NE Missouri St 42-40
L: Duluth 40-43, OT
L: Tarleton St 35-42
L: Wayne St MI 19-30
L: NW Missouri St 17-67
L: Texas A&I 17-58

Mountain North
Bloomsburg
West Chester
Edinboro
Kutztown
Lock Haven
Slippery Rock
Indiana PA
California PA
Clarion
East Stroudsburg
Shippensburg
Cheyney

Nonconference Record: 6-5
Good Wins: On the sheer face of expectations, St Augustine’s may have had the most impressive win of Week 1.  However, in looking at the results, all of these victories can be considered good.
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: Bowie stayed fairly close to Edinboro.
Bad Losses: Shaw, Chowan and Livingstone all got knocked around.

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

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South Atlantic
Carson-Newman
Presbyterian
Brevard
Gardner-Webb
Mars Hill
Tusculum
Lenoir-Rhyne
Newberry
North Greenville
Catawba
Elon
Wingate

Division 5

Nonconference Record: 6-6
Good Wins: All six MIAA teams who won on opening weekend did so by more than that expected, which is mighty impressive.  Pitt St manhandled Chadron and Central Missouri pulled away from Kearney in high-profile division match-ups against the RMAC, Missouri Southern pulled off an impressive upset of Angelo St, Emporia kept coming back vs West Georgia…heck, even Lincoln won a game!
Bad Wins: None
Good Losses: Western and Northeast both hung in tight games, the latter nearly pulling off what would have been a significant upset.  SW Baptist put up 40 points in a valiant effort vs a known power.  And Eastern Missouri nearly won their inaugural contest.
Bad Losses: Washburn got steamrolled and Tech managed to lose to a team playing their first-ever game.

0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 1-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-0
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1
0-0, 0-1

Results and Standings Divisions 4 & 5