Two Iowa Conference teams prepare for tomorrow’s second round of the division-three football playoffs. Wartburg is on the road to play Linfield of Oregon. Wartburg coach Rick Willis says while Linfield looks outstanding on tape it can be misleading when looking at a team from a different region. He says playing unfamiliar teams is what makes the playoffs so exciting. Willis says getting a good start will be important, since it’s a road game. Coe visits St. Johns of Minnesota and coach Eric Raeburn says St. John’s diversified offense is a concern.Raeburn says the Johnnies also have an outstanding defense.
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