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  • Health Status for Big Game This Week

    Both teams a little banged up heading into this one, especially Ferris. Any one got any intel on how those guys are looking heading into this one? Guys that come to mind:
    -Ferris: Bernhardt, M Campbell, K Davis, Barnett, a couple on D? Not sure who exactly
    -GV: J Johnson, Miller, Hoover, Gorball

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    I doubt that either coach will give an accurate injury report if any before the game. I know Ferris was really banged up heading into the Northwood game and had a couple of more injuries in that one. Hopefully the bye week helped.

    Heard MM was going to rest his 1st team offense and defense for this game to give us a fighting chance.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DawgUp View Post
      I doubt that either coach will give an accurate injury report if any before the game. I know Ferris was really banged up heading into the Northwood game and had a couple of more injuries in that one. Hopefully the bye week helped.

      Heard MM was going to rest his 1st team offense and defense for this game to give us a fighting chance.
      Nailed it, fan of team which leads the nation in scoring, with a 3rd-string QB.

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      • #4
        Cade Peterson likely out .

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        • #5
          Originally posted by D2 Dad View Post
          Cade Peterson likely out .
          Thats just not true lol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by D2 Dad View Post
            Cade Peterson likely out .
            I heard GV is preparing to go forward with the intramural flag football co-ed championship team.

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            • #7
              In my eyes the only injury status that matters is Bernhardt for Ferris. If he is healthy and plays, Ferris wins. If not who knows.

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              • #8
                Tight end Slager for GV was out against Northwood, he may also be out.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by unc4life View Post
                  In my eyes the only injury status that matters is Bernhardt for Ferris. If he is healthy and plays, Ferris wins. If not who knows.
                  They're putting up 51 points a game and setting school passing records without him lol. It doesn't matter who starts at QB.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by unc4life View Post
                    In my eyes the only injury status that matters is Bernhardt for Ferris. If he is healthy and plays, Ferris wins. If not who knows.
                    I actually think Mitchell might match up better vs the GV D... GV’s D line and LBs are so good that Ferris is going to have to pass it to win, and GV’s back end on D is definitely the weakest link of that D...in what I’ve seen from Bernhardt in limited time doesn’t give me a lot of confidence he can make enough down the field throws.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by KleShreen View Post

                      They're putting up 51 points a game and setting school passing records without him lol. It doesn't matter who starts at QB.
                      No. Bernhardt is the most dynamic playmaker I have seen at the D2 level in 25 years. If he plays GV wont stop Ferris. I also don't care what Mitchell has done against the rest of the GLIAC the last 3 weeks honestly. Any QB can look good against Davenport and Northwood.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by unc4life View Post

                        No. Bernhardt is the most dynamic playmaker I have seen at the D2 level in 25 years. If he plays GV wont stop Ferris. I also don't care what Mitchell has done against the rest of the GLIAC the last 3 weeks honestly. Any QB can look good against Davenport and Northwood.
                        TWO GAME SAMPLE SIZE and hes already head and shoulders above a 2 time harlon hill winner. I get he embarrassed your team and I think hes the best option for them. But pls go back and look at JVL stats lol

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by unc4life View Post

                          No. Bernhardt is the most dynamic playmaker I have seen at the D2 level in 25 years. If he plays GV wont stop Ferris. I also don't care what Mitchell has done against the rest of the GLIAC the last 3 weeks honestly. Any QB can look good against Davenport and Northwood.
                          Exactly. We're putting up points on teams we should be putting points on. Different when you play someone of equal or greater talent. We're going to need Bernhardt, Mitchell and Cummings to pull this game out. And even then that might not be enough.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Gliac_fan10 View Post

                            I actually think Mitchell might match up better vs the GV D... GV’s D line and LBs are so good that Ferris is going to have to pass it to win, and GV’s back end on D is definitely the weakest link of that D...in what I’ve seen from Bernhardt in limited time doesn’t give me a lot of confidence he can make enough down the field throws.
                            Couldnt agree more. Hes played in TWO college football games. Clearly a great player but you cant assume hes the best option after a couple of games against two far inferior opponents.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by unc4life View Post

                              No. Bernhardt is the most dynamic playmaker I have seen at the D2 level in 25 years. If he plays GV wont stop Ferris. I also don't care what Mitchell has done against the rest of the GLIAC the last 3 weeks honestly. Any QB can look good against Davenport and Northwood.
                              Ok, and what about Saginaw? It's tough to measure how good Xsu or GV are, but they are likely quite close. GV's secondary looks to be improving with some injured guys coming back. As for XSU, have they solved their penalty issues and their own back end D? They are athletic, so that makes up for a lot.. but will it be enough?

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