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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Free Press Section 2 Page 3 FCS football continued from page 1 ished 6-2 and 8-3, won a home game. You're at a different position to eight in a row, but "Un- the complete mercy of market the games now," committee did a good fortunately they lost two what's going to transpire Chaves said. "If we keep job." home games," Chaves when the committee re- winning we have home It's consistent with said of the Lumberjacks' leases the information." games so we can reward what Chaves has seen snub. "We've always It's no different than people who purchase over the past couple of said that every week is what's transpired in years early on." years, he said. "I think its own season," Chaves past Chaves said. "This is And as for the win- you're just taking the said. "You can put your- only the second time of ning portion of things, body of work versus the self in a position but then all the times we've had Baldwin has that target body of work," he said. you still have to continue playoffs that we've been in his sights, much the Chaves likened things to do the things you seeded." same way he's approach- to 2010 when Eastern was gotta' do." "We are used to find- es things from Day One. on a seven-game win- Was there any contin- ing out what it is and "Once you are in the ning streak, was ranked gency plan in place had dealing with it," Chaves playoffs, we are all doing No. 1 in FCS polls at the the Eagles faltered in explained, reminding of the same thing - trying to end of the regular sea- Portland Saturday? Eastern's need to quickly take care of business one son but fifth-seeded. A "We really didn't," get to McNeese State in week at a time and see first-round loss by Mon- Chaves said. "Here's Louisiana in 2007 and to what happens," Baldwin tana State earned Eastern the deal, I knew that Texas to meet Stephen F. said. "We are.excited to home games in the final there were going to be a Austin in 2009. be where we are." two rounds en route to number of schools at 8-3 The No. 1 or No. 2 P a u I D e 1 a n e y the title game, also in that were either going to mean a lot to both the can be reached at Frisco. be left out or were going teams hosting, and their pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. Northern Arizona fin- to get a bye and maybe fans. "That puts us in com. ii'"- ........... .;,~had 16 of her game-high 23 ~! i points in the first period. Eagle men fade, ....... = fall at St. Mary's Eastern women The first 16 minutes went down Pilots, 68-50 extraordinarily well for the youthful Eastern Washington With three Eagles scor- University men's basketball ing in double figures, and team, and head coach Jim a 36-28 advantage on the Hayford can live with that. glass, the Eastern Wash- Eastern led 31-16 late ington University women's in the first half, but a 9-0 run basketball team cruised past and a 16-3 surge to open the Portland, 68-50, for its first second half helped the Saint win of the season Nov. 18 at Mary's Gaels roll past the Reese Court. Eagles 85-66 in a non-confer- Eastern was particularly ence men's basketball game sharp in the first half, hitting Nov. 18 in Moraga, Calif. 16-of-28 shots to earn a corn- The Eagles are 0-3 this fortable 44-30 lead heading season as they continue its into the break. The Eagles difficultsix-gameroad stretch made 3-of-5 from beyond to start the 2012-13 season the arc, and shot 75 percent by playing four opponents from the line. in the span of six days in Sophomore Lexie Nelson California. j~There are a lot of go~d g~.peS on Frid~ay,~ = OUR Jr too early for this wee. actically ~ PAUL everyone beat the so called |Season Record 48-28 "experts" consensus. 1. OHIO ST ~,. How about those #2 seeded / 2. WISCONSIN EWU Eagles! ] 3, STANFORD J 4. NOTRE DAME 5. FLORIDA 6. WAGNER 7. SEAHAWKS 8. STEELERS 9. SAINTS 10. PACKERS 11. BEARS JOHN HARLAN CONSENSUS Season Record 35-41Season Record 53-23 1. OHIO ST 1. OHIO ST 1. OHIO ST 2.PENN ST 2. WISCONSIN 2. WISCONSIN 3.STANFORD 3. STANFORD 3. STANFORD 4. NOTRE DAME 4.NOTRE DAME 4.NOTRE DAME 5. FLORIDA ST 5.FLORIDA 5.FLORIDA 6. COLGATE 6.WAGNER 6.WAGNER 7. SEAHAWKS 7.SEAHAWKS 7.SEAHAWKS 8. STEELERS 8.STEELERS 8.STEELERS 9. SAINTS 9.SAINTS 9.SAINTS 10.PACKERS 10. PACKERS 10. PACKERS 11.BEARS 11. BEARS 11. BEARS 12. OREGON 12. OREGON ST 12. OREGON 12. OREGON (by 6 points) (by 4 points) (by 14 points) (by 5 points) 13. RAVENS 13. RAVENS 13. RAVENS 13. RAVENS (by 6 points) (by 3 points) (by 10 points) (by 6 points) BEAT THE EXPERTS 1. Start with game #1 and pick the winner of each game. Your goal is to win the weekly contest and/or beat the Cheney Free Press experts consensus. 2. Games #12 and #13 are the tie breakers. Pick the winner of each game and the number of points they will win by. 3, If you predict a tie in any game. write "tie" for the appropriate game. 4. Every Monday, we will go through all entries. The entry picking the most winners will be judged the weekly winner. Tie breaker games will be used to break all ties. 5. The weekly winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to one of our sponsors. Second place receives a $20 gift certificate to Owl Pharmacy. 6. All entries who beat the Cheney Free Press experts will be included in a rear-end drawing for a grand prize. 7. 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