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NAIA football – Massey Ratings update

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With Montana Tech beating Montana Western and the Raiders winning or losing by a touchdown or less in each of their five Frontier Conference contests, one thing is for sure: parity is alive and well in the Frontier Conference. The only Frontier Conference team with a chance of not winning a conference game is Montana Northern, yet they beat their only non-Frontier Conference opponent (on the road no less and against a team that is .500 when not playing Frontier Conference opponents). Add to this mix the fact that Rocky beat, on the road, Dickinson State–a team the coaches believe is in the top 14 and 5-0 when not playing Frontier Conference teams–and you can see the Frontier Conference is a few cuts above the rest.

Massey sees this; the coaches do not. Therefore, Massey has the College of Idaho at #1 and seven Frontier Conference teams in the top 19. SOU comes in at #8 with the most difficult schedule in the NAIA. The Raiders are the only team that has come close to beating the College of Idaho. The coaches are unlikely to ever put the Raiders back in the top twenty this season. Instead they have Kansas Wesleyan at #2. Massey has Kansas Wesleyan at #22!

Southern Oregon travels to Eastern Oregon this weekend. Massey gives SOU a 67% chance of winning in making them 6-point favorites.

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Parker Randle and Jordan Suell celebrate a touchdown

Saturday’s agenda

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Jordan Suell and Anthony Swanson

1 p.m.

Three wins yesterday–all against tough opponents. Wow! Two more today?

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Maddie Pernich

7 p.m.

Gear ’em up

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Fly to the game this weekend

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Jordan Suell

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Non-stop flight from Medford to this Saturday’s game in Kentucky can now be had through SOU Athletics. Details here.

Raiders will head to the road after Thanksgiving

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Jordan Suell with the diving, TD catch

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The coaches’ top 4 teams all won at home (and the Raiders did too at #5) which means SOU will be heading somewhere next weekend. The destination will likely be Lindsey Wilson or Morningside (due to distance). The coaches didn’t predict as well as Massey did. The coaches #7 Langston got creamed by Northwestern, just as Massey said they would, so once again the coaches are wrong and Massey is proven correct. Why is that SOU is going to have to travel next week when Massey has them in the top four? Write your congressperson or express your outrage to the NAIA somehow.

Raiders back to #5 on Massey, should be #8 with coaches

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5-0 Southern Oregon slid one spot on Massey to #5 after yesterday’s narrow victory over Rocky. Massey had the Raiders as 11-point favorites. Rocky moved up to #12 on Massey, but the biased coaches will keep them out of the top 25.

Marian lost, for the second time this year, so the coaches will drop them (even though they lost to the #1 team), and the Raiders will move up in tomorrow’s coaches’ poll to #8.

SOU has a bye this coming weekend and will travel to Eastern Oregon on October 14. Massey has the Raiders as 4-point favorites in that one.

The Whole Picture (30)

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Matt Retzlaff breaking the total receiving yards and total touchdowns records

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Welcome to installment #30 in “The Whole Picture” in which I present the uncropped, higher resolution version of photos that SOURaiders.com have published. For prior editions click here. For higher resolution click on the photo before saving. As always, photos are best viewed on a big screen rather than a tiny phone screen.

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Autumn Durand

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Conor Carroll

One-handed catch

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Carlos Magana hits the back of the net and Sean McManamon celebrates

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Courtney Macklin and Ariana Sattler with the block

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2016 SOU Women’s Soccer Team in the rain

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Autumn Durand

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Conor Carroll

You make the call

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Jordan Suell and #24 Jacques Carter battle for the ball

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The Raiders continued to rack up penalties and lose the turnover battle in yesterday’s game. SOU was penalized for 115 yards, nearly twice the College of Idaho total. The Raiders were also -3 in turnovers. If they can get these parts of their game fixed, they can win out. The two loses were caused by penalties and turnovers as well.

One potential cause of some of the penalty calls against the Raiders late in the game may have had to do with this earlier call. The ruling on the field was that Jordan Suell made this 44-yard reception. From these photos, it’s clear that the call was correct. However, the DB, Carter, ran to the bench saying he caught the ball. The College of Idaho coaches were furious with the officials and gave them an earful about this “blown” call (that led to 7 points for the Raiders). Maybe the officials were trying to even things out later? I don’t know, but they got this call correct. If they hadn’t, I don’t think Southern Oregon may have been able to win with a -4 turnover margin.

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Jordan Suell catches the ball between his legs while Carter’s hands are only on Suell

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Jordan Suell hits the ground with the ball secure between his legs and arms, a completed pass

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