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2008 NCAA Division II National Football Championship Game - Game Summary
... Bulldogs won the school's first NCAA Division II football championship in a 21-14 win over the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats ... Northwest Missouri's first score came on a 44-yard interception return by Aldwin Foster-Rettig cutting the score to 21-7 ... Northwest Missouri ended the season with a 13-2 record and suffered its fourth consecutive loss in the Division II championship game ...
Northwest Missouri State Bearcats Football
... The Northwest Missouri State Bearcats football team has appeared in seven NCAA Division II national title games (and won three) since going 0-11 in Mel Tjeerdsma's first season in 1994 ... Northwest plays its games at Bearcat Stadium, built in 1917, and the oldest NCAA Division II stadium still in use ... University at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri in the Fall Classic at Arrowhead ...
M. H. Sims
... His career coaching record at Northwest Missouri State was 1 win, 1 loss, and 0 ties ... This ranks him 16th at Northwest Missouri State in total wins and sixth at Northwest Missouri State in winning percentage ...
2008 NCAA Division II National Football Championship Playoffs - Tournament Notes - Individual Game Results - Championship
... 4 ... Total Minnesota Duluth 21 ... Northwest Mo ... school's first NCAA Division II football championship in a 21-14 win over the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats ... Northwest Missouri's first score came on a 44-yard interception return by Aldwin Foster-Rettig cutting the score to 21-7 ...
Mel Tjeerdsma - Head Coaching Record
6–4 1992 Austin 6–4 1993 Austin 4–6 Austin 59–39–4 Northwest Missouri State Bearcats (Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association) 1994 ...

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