Round 1 of the D3 football playoffs is behind us — which play deserves to be voted the play of the week? Make your choice in the poll at the bottom of the page.
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The only way to vote is in the poll at the bottom of the page. The poll closes Friday, Nov. 23 at 9 a.m., Pacific.
St. Norbert: Matt Gurgone — 12 Points, 19 Seconds
Matt Gurgone scored TWICE in seconds for @sncathletics…
Oh btw he's a linebacker.
They eliminate Trine in @d3football tournament, 31-7 pic.twitter.com/4l3r3coNyj
— Andy McDonnell (@Andy_McDonnell) November 17, 2018
Mount Union: Justin Hill Weaves his Way for Punt Return TD
@_JHILL1_ houses a 63-yard punt return that extended the lead to 25-0 in the 1st half! Hill proceeds to celebrate with our favorite TD celebration with Gabe Brown! #RockStar pic.twitter.com/iVZXjm3itO
— 91.1 WRMU Sports (@WRMU_sports) November 17, 2018
RPI: Nick Smith's Leaping TD Grab
FB | TOUCHDOWN! Nick Smith goes up and gets a Marinopoulos pass to give @RPIFootball the lead right before halftime! 14-7 RPI | 0:00 2nd#RPIFB #d3fb #ncaad3 pic.twitter.com/mhOtDOkDpJ
— RPI Athletics (@RPIAthletics) November 17, 2018
Brockport: Joe Germinerio Shows Off in the Backfield
NCAA DIII Playoffs, First Round–END OF 1Q: @BPort_Football 7, Framingham St 0.
Here's some magic worked by QB Joe Germinerio on 3rd&8, who ran it in from 3 yards out the next play for the Golden Eagles' first TD. @DandC @BportAthletics @Brockport @NCAA @NCAAFootball pic.twitter.com/fAa8hH1bie
— Brodie Inguaggiato (@Brodie_Iggy) November 17, 2018
Framingham: Hook and Ladder, Ladder, Ladder
@SportsCenter @notthefakeSVP This play HAS to make the #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/nEorwdT7Ao
— Ryan Lasal (@RyanLasal_RSN) November 18, 2018
Muhlenberg: Nick Sirico Wins it With a Pick-Six
Muhlenberg football pick-six fun facts:
• Nick Sirico's pick-six yesterday was the first for the Mules to win a game in the 4th quarter since 1970
• The Mules have tied a school record with 4 pick-sixes this year #CentConf @DigInMules #d3fb @d3football #NCAATop10 pic.twitter.com/KUorqL0lgM
— Muhlenberg Athletics (@Muhl_Sports) November 18, 2018