FootballDaegu (3-0) at Humphreys (2-2) When — 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, 2014.Where — Blackhawks Field, Camp Humphreys, South Korea.What — Chance for the visitors, the defending Far East Division II champion Warriors, to clinch a berth in a Pacific record-tying sixth D-II title game, matching Robert D. Edgren’s record. The Warriors won last year’s D-II title game 33-12 over Edgren, Daegu’s third in school history, also tying Edgren, and three titles in four years. Last-stand, must-win game for the host Blackhawks. The Korea D-II team with the best record will travel to the site of the DODDS Japan D-II finalist on Nov. 7. In their first meeting this season, Daegu rallied from an early 12-0 deficit to overpower the Blackhawks 38-12 at Camp Walker on Sept. 12.Players to watch — Humphreys will rely on speedy Dai’Quan Wilson and athletic quarterback Tyreke Slaughter to try to level the season series 1-1. Daegu’s main weapons are its tandem of DeAndre Rosalie (312 rushing yards, four touchdowns, 36 carries) and DeMarco Andrews (275, 4, 16).Also — A Blackhawks victory Friday would delay the crowning of the DODDS Korea D-II champion until Oct. 24, when the teams meet again at Camp Walker, Daegu’s homecoming game.Kubasaki at Seoul American, 3 p.m. Saturday, defending Far East Division I champion Dragons pitting dual-threat quarterback DeCurtis Davis (34-for-55, 453 yards, nine touchdowns; 167 rushing yards, 40 carries) into Sims Field against the Falcons, winless in D-I.Nile C. Kinnick at Yokota, 7 p.m. Friday, reigning DODDS Japan champion Red Devils unleashing Dre Paylor, the Pacific’s second-leading rusher (779 yards, Pacific-high 12 touchdowns, 79 carries) into Bonk Field.

Girls volleyballKinnick at American School In Japan, approx. 7 p.m. Friday, first of two regular-season meetings between the Red Devils and Mustangs, who’ve played the last three years for the Far East D-I Tournament title, with ASIJ winning all three, the last behind reigning tournament Most Valuable Player Mia Weinland.

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