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  • Inkblot
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    For what it's worth with all the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming season, I've continued to update this post.

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  • Inkblot
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    I just did a complete update to the list. One interesting thing is that apparently Ohio Dominican and Tiffin moved their game from Week 4 to Week 9 so that they could schedule non-conference opponents in Week 4 (Ashland and Lindenwood, respectively). ODU now has ten games scheduled, thus avoiding their problem from last year.

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  • Predatory Primates
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    Originally posted by IronOre View Post

    It'd be good if they did play them, maybe entice them into joining D2. CWU used to play NAIA teams somewhat regularly, but haven't in a while.
    I remember when the MIAA used to be D2.

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  • IronOre
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    Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

    Huh. I'm pretty sure I got it from SFU's site. But not the interactive 2020 schedule page that's up now; I think it was a PDF that was linked on the 2019 schedule page. I guess I should remove that game from the list.
    It'd be good if they did play them, maybe entice them into joining D2. CWU used to play NAIA teams somewhat regularly, but haven't in a while.

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  • Inkblot
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    Originally posted by IronOre View Post

    Where do you get the Simon Fraser vs Eastern Oregon game from? I checked both schools schedules and it's not on there.
    Huh. I'm pretty sure I got it from SFU's site. But not the interactive 2020 schedule page that's up now; I think it was a PDF that was linked on the 2019 schedule page. I guess I should remove that game from the list.

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  • IronOre
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    Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
    The GNAC section is now complete.

    Azusa Pacific: West Texas A&M, at Angelo State, Texas A&M Commerce, (at Dixie State), at Eastern New Mexico
    Central Washington: (at Montana), at Northern Michigan, at Midwestern State, at Ferris State, Western New Mexico
    Simon Fraser: at Texas A&M Commerce, (Eastern Oregon), at UTPB, Angelo State, (CETYS – non-countable)
    Western Oregon: (at Idaho), Texas A&M Kingsville, at West Texas A&M, (at Tarleton State), Chadron State
    Where do you get the Simon Fraser vs Eastern Oregon game from? I checked both schools schedules and it's not on there.

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  • Inkblot
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    Bumping this thread again. I just added a handful of GLIAC–GMAC and GLVC–RMAC games.

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  • Runnin' Cat
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    Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

    Oh.. then I’m thinking of the one that played a GNAC school a couple of years ago..
    I think that was Humboldt State that played CETYS.

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  • Twincitiesmav
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    Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

    Yes, but not the same one Commerce played in 2019.
    Oh.. then I’m thinking of the one that played a GNAC school a couple of years ago..

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  • Inkblot
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    Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

    Is CETYS the Mexican school?
    Yes, but not the same one Commerce played in 2019.

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  • Twincitiesmav
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    Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
    The GNAC section is now complete.

    Azusa Pacific: West Texas A&M, at Angelo State, Texas A&M Commerce, (at Dixie State), at Eastern New Mexico
    Central Washington: (at Montana), at Northern Michigan, at Midwestern State, at Ferris State, Western New Mexico
    Simon Fraser: at Texas A&M Commerce, (Eastern Oregon), at UTPB, Angelo State, (CETYS – non-countable)
    Western Oregon: (at Idaho), Texas A&M Kingsville, at West Texas A&M, (at Tarleton State), Chadron State
    Is CETYS the Mexican school?

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  • Inkblot
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    The GNAC section is now complete.

    Azusa Pacific: West Texas A&M, at Angelo State, Texas A&M Commerce, (at Dixie State), at Eastern New Mexico
    Central Washington: (at Montana), at Northern Michigan, at Midwestern State, at Ferris State, Western New Mexico
    Simon Fraser: at Texas A&M Commerce, (Eastern Oregon), at UTPB, Angelo State, (CETYS – non-countable)
    Western Oregon: (at Idaho), Texas A&M Kingsville, at West Texas A&M, (at Tarleton State), Chadron State

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  • Inkblot
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    Bumping this thread as it's been almost a month since the last comment. I've done my best to keep updating the list at the start.

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  • Redwing
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    Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

    Since the GLIAC has an odd number of teams, someone has an open date every week during the conference schedule. This season Ferris State, Michigan Tech, and Northern Michigan were the only teams not to fill those dates with a non-conference opponent.
    True, with an odd number of teams in the Conf, there are open dates. In fact there are 3 open each season, but at least one of them usually comes after the first 2 weeks. Typically conf play starts in week 3, but honestly with all the member changes in the GLIAC, it's not an absolute.

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  • Inkblot
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    Originally posted by Mk63NuclearBomb View Post

    That game with Ferris is a weird date for a non-con game, wonder how it happened.
    Since the GLIAC has an odd number of teams, someone has an open date every week during the conference schedule. This season Ferris State, Michigan Tech, and Northern Michigan were the only teams not to fill those dates with a non-conference opponent.

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