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It only took the UW-Whitewater football coaching staff and players one video session to know what they're up against entering Saturday's Division III quarterfinal game against visiting Linfield.
As some former Division I players find out each year, the grass is very green at Linfield.
Two years ago, sophomore running back Withler Marcelin not only wasn't the featured running back for Rowan, he wasn't even a running back.
At 5-10, 190 coming out of high school, Dominique Forrest was hardly an imposing linebacker from a physical standpoint. But Wildcat coaches couldn't take their eyes off Forrest's speed.
Most of their classmates were heading home for some Thanksgiving turkey and a few days of relaxation.
But Wesley's football players were heading out to the practice field in the cold and rain.
Don Montgomery posted a 45-45 record. At many Division III colleges, that mark would be no cause for alarm. Emory and Henry is not like most colleges, however. Football is like a religion there.
Twelve years after the former OAC powerhouse and the current OAC powerhouse last squared off, the Tigers and Purple Raiders meet again on Saturday.
Steve Koudossou and Joe Callahan's final-minute magic was a reminder of what the two are capable of after what's been an up-and-down season for both.
A game from two years ago keeps eating at IWU running back Devonte Jones. "It left a sour taste in my mouth," said Jones of a 33-27 triple-overtime loss to Monmouth in a Division III first-round playoff game in 2011. "They celebrated on our field. It hurts even to this day ... We just have to get it done this time."
At 6-6, 275, Adham Talaat is dominant for Gallaudet and in the ECFC and hopes to continue his career at the next level.