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If you’d like, you can check out my FCS Top 25 vote below.
It was a crazy week no matter how you look at it, with four Top Ten teams falling from the ranks.
But none was more shocking than 3-5 Mercer upsetting 6-2 Chattanooga, 17-14.
The Bears, who only resumed football three years ago, have only offered football scholarships over the last two years, which makes the upset just that much more stunning of a team that was considered the prohibitive favorite from the SoCon this season.
Mercer’s three wins came against non-scholarship Stetson, under-scholarshipped Austin Peay, and winless East Tennessee State, themselves in their first season resuming football.
The Bears’ first win against a fully-funded school symbolized the craziness of last weekend’s scores.
It’s that time of the week where I share with you your weekly Lehigh fan viewing guide for Week 10 of the college football season. Why go to website after website when all the information you need is right here?
If there was ever a week where you, dear Reader, needed this page, it’s this week, since Lehigh has their bye week.
Fortunately for all of us (and, of course, I include myself in this), there are a boatload of important games available on live streams to watch this weekend. Many, many of them are free.
It’s worth popping open a Yuengling and getting the yard work done early.
My vote for the FCS Top 25 for the week ending 9/16/2013 follows below the flip.
But first, by all means, enjoy this awesome shot of Fordham WR Sam Ajala winning the Rams’ game against a BCS school in Temple.
Want to know the margin between winning and losing? This picture proves it. It’s officially four and a half inches, give or take an inch.
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My vote for the FCS Top 25 for the week ending 10/13/2012 follows below the flip.And I'll answer the expected question: No, I did not vote for Lehigh as the No. 1 team in the nation, as three voters in the Sports Network poll did this week.Read mor…