“Cupcake Saturday” came at a good time for pollsters. There were very few games that shook up the polls, so it made things a little easier this week as I worked on my ballot for the FWAA/NFF Super 16 poll. So here goes: here is a look at my ballot for this week, with a couple of explanations at the bottom:To start, I corrected my mistake from last week and knocked Washington out of the top 16. They are on the fringe of the 16, but I don’t think they belong in the top 16.
BOWLING GREEN — Bowling Green State University sophomore defenseman Alec Rauhauser was named Western Collegiate Hockey Association defensive player of the week, the league announced Monday. Rauhauser had a pair of power-play goals and also added an assist in the Falcons’ 4-1 victory over No. 5 Minnesota State Saturday. The native of Bismarck, N.D., who also three blocked shots in the weekend series against the Mavericks, leads all WCHA defensemen with 10 points in 13 games.
BOWLING GREEN — The Bowling Green State University football team will play Eastern Michigan at Rynearson Stadium Tuesday, with kickoff set for 7 p.m. The Falcons enter their final contest of the 2017 season with a 2-9 overall record, and they are 2-5 in Mid-American Conference play. Eastern Michigan is 4-7 overall and 2-5 in the MAC. RELATED: Wagner's vote in this week's FWAA/NFF Super 16 poll | BGSU must do better job stopping run gameHere is a look at how Bowling Green matches up with the Eagles.
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