Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Most Amazing Box Score of 2011 - Hal Mumme Involved

There is one guy we haven't talked about in a long time on H2H -- that man is Mr. Hal Mumme (see our "Six Degrees of Hal Mumme" features from last year). First, I must give you a little background on Mumme's current situation: He is the head coach at Division III McMurray University, located in Abilene, Texas. Yes, the former UK head man has fallen quite a bit in the past ten years. In all honesty though, he has had quite an impact on the offensive side of the ball. The Texas Tech/Oklahoma State/West Virginia spread attacks (among many others) are all derived from Mumme's Kentucky offense.

Anyway, I am not giving out Mumme's bio for no reason. What I am about to show you is what happens when a Division III team plays a good FCS (1-AA) team. This is where Mumme's judgment comes into serious question...unless his objective was to get attention from random bloggers...

Here is the box score from this past weekend's McMurray/Stephen F. Austin matchup:


So yeah, ZOINKS. What's also interesting is Stephen F. Austin's schedule: they opened with Division III McMurray, then face FCS (1-AA) Northern Iowa, THEN, in week 3, face Baylor. That's three different divisions in three weeks. This has to be some kind of weird NCAA record. 

Anyway, I hope the Mumme-led McMurray War Hawks got a nice pay day because they got out-gained by 540 yards and out-pointed by 76. GATA Mumme. 

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