I’ve never been a huge fan of the “what might have been” scenario, especially when it comes to sports and championships. I’ve always viewed that as pretty cut and dry. If you did enough, you’ll win a championship. If you didn’t, you won’t.
The Tommies hung with Mount Union late into the third quarter, but Mount Union scored the last 14 points in a 28-10 victory over the Tommies to claim the national championship.
Mount Union is back on top of Division III football.
St. Thomas (14-0) and Mount Union (14-0) face off for the Division III national championship Friday night in Salem, Va. It’s Mount Union’s seventh straight title game appearance and the first for the Tommies.
St. Thomas got big plays early in a 28-14 win over UW-Oshkosh Saturday to advance to the Division III national championship game this Friday in Salem, Va.