FCS Pick ‘Em – 2nd Round

Alrighty, here we go, the 2nd round is going to be great, some terrific match ups, some rematches as well, we’ll see who advances to the Elite 8!

                                                               DOM  (7-1)         JEFF  (6-2)

  • Coastal Carolina at Montana                  UM             UM
  • New Hampshire at Maine                       UNH            Maine
  • Sam Houston at SE Louisiana              SELA            Sam
  • SDSU at Eastern Washington                EWU            SDSU
  • Jacksonville St at McNeese St              McNeese      McNeese
  • Fordham at Towson                              Towson        Towson
  • Tennessee State at Eastern Illinois        EIU              EIU
VARSITY GAMES OF WEEK
  • Bowling Green at Northern Illinois       NIU              NIU
  • Missouri vs. Auburn                              Mizzou        Auburn
  • Michigan State vs Ohio State               OSU             OSU

13 thoughts on “FCS Pick ‘Em – 2nd Round

  1. Who Cares about FCS!!!!!! Randy’s Tire Shop Bowl or Bust people.

    Sold my tickets to some suckers from Wheatland for 3x face value.

  2. My personal favorite is the “FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL.” Your reward for a good season ——- a late December game in Boise, ID.

  3. I like Jeff’s picks this week. I think he takes the postseason prognostication lead after this week.

  4. Indoor football in Fargo in December is a beautiful thing. It’s forecasted to be -15 at kickoff time! I like Jeff’s picks with SHSU and SDSU.

    • Sounds like the ’76 playoff game against Montana State, played at Dakotah Field. Fondly referred to as the Grantland Ice Bowl.

      • Wow, flashback time. I was at that game. We lost 10-3 and I think my cheeks are still red from that day. However, it may not have been from the cold! :) From the Bobcat Media blog from our playoff game there in 2010: “The connections between the football programs at Montana State and North Dakota State are too numerous to detail – NDSU play-by-play man Scott Miller once called Bobcat games, former MSU Vice President Joe Chapman recently served as NDSU’s President, the brother of legendary Bobcat quarterback Kelly Bradley played quarterback for the Bison, and of course MSU hired Earle Solomonson to coach the Bobcat football program from NDSU.”

        • Lots of “anti-freeze” consumed. Almost a much noise from bottles going over the south side of the student section as from cheering.