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    D2 independent team Erskine College of Due West, SC released their schedule (moved up from 2020 due to Covid-19 concerns). This will be their first football season since they cut the program 69 years ago. And Barton College of Wilson, NC who play the Fleet in game 1 recently brought back football after 70 years.

    Last edited by crixus; 12-07-2020, 01:24 AM.
    Go Battlers!

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    Originally posted by crixus View Post
    D2 independent team Erskine College of Due West, SC released their schedule (moved up from 2020 due to Covid-19 concerns). This will be their first football season since they cut the program 69 years ago. And Barton College of Wilson, NC who play the Fleet in game 1 recently brought back football after 70 years.

    Cool poster, nice to see schools adding football instead of cutting it. Wish it was in the West.

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      https://go-bstate.com/sports/fball/index

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      • #4
        Originally posted by WVIAC-F-EVER View Post
        Go Battlers!

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          Still nothing from Post... I'm guessing they'll fill some open dates on NE-10 schedules.

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            Can someone explain the University of Ft. Lauderdale? I did some research and could not find out what classification they are in. NAIA? D-3? Christian academy affiliation? Looking at their previous schedule is a little puzzling. They play a bunch of prep/Christian schools, and then their last game was listed as Ole Miss? Thanks!

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              Originally posted by ESU Warrior View Post
              Can someone explain the University of Ft. Lauderdale? I did some research and could not find out what classification they are in. NAIA? D-3? Christian academy affiliation? Looking at their previous schedule is a little puzzling. They play a bunch of prep/Christian schools, and then their last game was listed as Ole Miss? Thanks!
              Beginning this fall, they are an NCCAA member and therefore a countable opponent. Previously they were in the National Club Football Association.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

                Beginning this fall, they are an NCCAA member and therefore a countable opponent. Previously they were in the National Club Football Association.
                Thank you!

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