• Kehres leaving Mount Union for Toledo
    January 13, 2020
    Mount Union head coach Vince Kehres is heading to Division I University of Toledo as an assistant coach, with a yet-to-be-announced defensive coaching position. In addition, his father and predecessor, athletic director Larry Kehres, will be taking a buyout from the school.
  • Mount Union bracket: Del Val rallies, rest roll
    November 23, 2019
    Delaware Valley outscored Bridgewater 23-9 in the second half and 13-3 in the fourth quarter to win at Bridgewater, while Ethan Greenfield had himself a day for North Central, a freshman quarterback was huge for Wesley and Mount Union rolled in its playoff opener.
  • Mount Union 13-Time NCAA Football National Champions Bobblehead Unveiled
    November 08, 2019
    Today, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled an officially licensed, limited edition bobblehead commemorating the Mount Union Purple Raiders’ 13 Football NCAA Division III national championships. The bobblehead is the first of Mount Union’s mascot, MUcaw, and features MUcaw holding a replica national championship trophy and his sword, while 12 additional replica trophies are on the base of the bobblehead.
  • Top 25 roundup: B-SC runs past Berry
    October 19, 2019
    Birmigham-Southern shocked No. 7 Berry under the lights on Saturday night. Meanwhile, No. 9 Ithaca and No. 22 Cortland each won to remain unbeaten heading toward their season-ending clash, and Mount Union's kicker had a field day in games involving members of the D3football.com Top 25.
  • Cru's control: UMHB makes it two titles in Texas
    December 14, 2018
    Mary Hardin-Baylor capped its run through a strong Division III football bracket and finished the 2018 season with its second national title, defeating Mount Union 24-16.
  • Backfield in motion
    December 11, 2018
    Former wide receiver taking snaps, current running back doing the same -- it might not matter that much in Stagg Bowl XLVI. These teams know each other so well at this level that it might be difficult to surprise either one. Adam Turer has more in a Road to the Stagg Bowl feature.
  • Mount Union defense has its semifinal moment
    December 08, 2018
    The Purple Raiders offense threw three interceptions but the Purple Raiders picked off two passes and returned each of them for touchdowns to hold off Johns Hopkins in the first national semifinal.
  • Watch: Gagliardi finalists announcement
    December 06, 2018
    The votes are in, and the 13 semifinalists for the 2018 Gagliardi Trophy will be whittled down to four finalists. Watch at 4 p.m. ET as we reveal those four names.
  • Berry's performance does the talking
    December 06, 2018
    Mount Union hasn't permitted anyone currently with the program to talk with D3football.com for more than a year, other that when mandated at playoff games. We don't let that stop us from writing about the North Region Defensive Player of the Year, however. There were plenty of people who could tell us all about Berry.
  • Quarterfinals: UMHB advances in thriller
    December 01, 2018
    Mary Hardin-Baylor survived a fourth-quarter flurry to edge St. John's, while UW-Whitewater held off Bethel and Mount Union and Johns Hopkins moved on as well in Saturday's national quarterfinal games.
  • RPI, JHU eliminate East's top two
    November 24, 2018
    Brockport and Frostburg State were both bounced from the 2018 Division III playoffs, while Muhlenberg shut Randolph-Macon down and Mount Union, UW-Whitewater, St. John's and UMHB rolled. More in the full second-round wrapup.
  • Macon, Muhlenberg get road wins
    November 17, 2018
    Randolph-Macon and Muhlenberg each won road games in the first round and Mount Union and Centre advanced easily in the top-right corner of the bracket. Nick Sirico's pick-six with 35 seconds left gave Muhlenberg a 20-13 win at Delaware Valley, while Randolph-Macon picked off Anthony Moeglin four times to pull the upset at John Carroll.
  • Podcast: Enough room for debate
    October 08, 2018
    We didn't know we would come out of Saturday's games with real questions about who should be the top-ranked team, but Pat and Keith lay out the cases for your favorite shade of purple, plus give the key takeaways from the big Week 6 games, hand out game balls and much more.
  • Mount Union's defense carries day vs. JCU
    September 22, 2018
    The Purple Raiders' defense and John Carroll's defense went toe-to-toe. However, Mount Union's defense scored twice and that was the difference in a 23-10 win. More in the Week 4 Top 25 roundup.
  • Former Mount Union coach passes away
    September 06, 2018
    Ken Wable, age 91, who served as Mount Union head football coach from 1962-1985, passed away Sept. 5. He was head coach when Larry Kehres was a player and an assistant coach, and an OAC annual award is named after him.
  • Ten D-III alums start season on NFL rosters
    September 04, 2018
    Dan Arnold, Matt Gono and Brandon Zylstra are the newest Division III names to make NFL rosters, but Alex Tanney is on a Week 1 roster as well, along with others. Here's the full list.
  • Podcast: Bucking the odds
    April 20, 2018
    In an April with a lot of news, we're hoping for some even bigger news -- an NFL draft pick. Wesley offensive lineman Matthew Gono is a prime candidate and we sit down with him, as well as coaches from F&M and Occidental. That plus Pat and Keith discuss what's brewing at Mary Hardin-Baylor, Thomas More and more.
  • Poorman announces his transfer
    April 06, 2018
    Mount Union quarterback Luke Poorman, who started the 2016 season at quarterback and also led the Purple Raiders to victory in the 2017 national quarterfinals, is leaving Alliance.
  • At Mount Union, the goal never changes
    December 16, 2017
    When those who have come before have been so efficient at championship-winning that Stagg Bowl appearances seem a foregone conclusion, it can create the impression to outsiders that it's easy. But it wasn't, Keith McMillan writes.
  • Purple Raiders make a stand
    December 15, 2017
    The matchup everyone talked about leading up to Stagg Bowl XLV did not ultimately decide the game. Instead, it was Mount Union's defense that proved to be the decisive unit, earning the Purple Raiders championship No. 13. Adam Turer has more from Salem.
  • Mount Union blanks Cru for 13th title
    December 15, 2017
    The Purple Raiders have won 13 national titles, but has never done it via shutout. They got back on top with a dominating defensive performance, beating Mary Hardin-Baylor 12-0.
  • Quick Hits: Our Stagg Bowl predictions
    December 14, 2017
    We have one game left, and somehow it seems that six predictions, and quick ones, are no longer appropriate. So we bring out a couple more experts, and we give everyone a couple hundred words to work with. Here's our predictions for Friday night's game.
  • A quarter century later ...
    December 12, 2017
    In 1993, the Stagg Bowl moved into a new home in Salem, Virginia. What nobody realized then was that Mount Union was moving in as well. Ryan Tipps looks at the original Purple Power and how their presence has turned from novelty into a D-III tradition.
  • ATN Podcast: And then there were two
    December 11, 2017
    We’re pretty sure you already know what this podcast is about: two teams left, two epic performances, one in the comeback from 25 points down in 24 minutes and the other being another stifling defensive performance. Pat and Keith break down the games, with Keith looking at each game a second time and giving his first keys to the game for Stagg Bowl XLV.
  • Mount Union rallies from 25 down to win
    December 09, 2017
    Mount Union came back from a 35-10 third-quarter deficit and survived a field goal attempt on the final play of the game to secure its 20th trip to Salem.
  • Purple Raiders defense stays a step ahead
    December 07, 2017
    One key attribute separates Mount Union's defense from the rest of Division III. A trio of first-time opponents learned that firsthand this postseason. One more challenging offense stands between the Purple Raiders and another trip to Salem. Adam Turer has more in a Road to Salem feature.
  • Kehres inducted into Hall of Fame
    December 06, 2017
    Former Mount Union coach Larry Kehres had his night in the spotlight in New York City on Tuesday, and in the morning, talked about how he learned to coach effectively.
  • UMHB, Mount Union, Brockport, UW-Oshkosh reach semis
    December 02, 2017
    Mary Hardin-Baylor won with defense and special teams in the fourth quarter, Brockport won on the final play of the game, UW-Oshkosh pulled away in the second half, while Mount Union decided a quarterback change was warranted in Saturday's quarterfinals.
  • Mount Union QB appears in court; bench warrant cancelled
    November 29, 2017
    Less than 24 hours after D3football.com reported that D'Angelo Fulford failed to show in court for his arraignment on the charges of speeding and driving under suspended license, he appeared in court Wednesday morning and pleaded no contest to the traffic charges.
  • Frostburg makes the call; Case sees white; Fulford starts
    November 18, 2017
    DeAngelo Fulford started for Mount Union, one day after news of his arrest and outstanding warrant in Florida broke. Meanwhile, Case Western Reserve was dominant in the snow at IWU, Frostburg made a gutsy call down the stretch and W&J just got its game-winner through.
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