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  SMALL COLLEGE STARS: Joe Dolincheck led a group of Morningside College seniors who climbed Pike's Peak this summer. He will now try to lead them back to the top of NAIA football this fall. Dolincheck is the centerpiece of the most powerful small-college offense in the nation, one that averaged better than 55 points and 600 yards per game last season while winning the Sioux City, Iowa, school's third national championship in four years. With Dolincheck as starting quarterback, Morningside is 38-1 with two titles and has outscored opponents by an average of 37 points per game.

Last year, he was NAIA player of the year after completing 68% of his attempts and leading the nation with 342 yards per game and 44 touchdowns. Now he's back to use the fifth year of eligibility granted to players whose 2020 season was disrupted by the pandemic. "I thought to myself for sure I wasn't coming back," he said. "I thought I was calling it, going out with a national championship and player of the year." Dolincheck's competitive drive wouldn't allow him to walk away. He wanted to spend another year with teammates who have become lifelong friends and he also wanted to mentor younger players. Dolincheck was among 30 seniors who climbed 14,000-foot Pike's Peak in Colorado, an annual team bonding activity that set the tone for the season. Dolincheck enters his final year having passed for 13,034 yards and 130 touchdowns. "You talk about just running an offense where you've got a number of good weapons," coach Steve Ryan said. "He has the ability to find the guy who gets left open, and that makes him a very dangerous quarterback." - AP College Football

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