South Dakota Mines and Black Hills State played Saturday, Oct. 12 for the 134th time in the history of the two programs. That marks the longest played rivalry in the DII football record books. That rivalry from The Mount Rushmore State is the oldest on the list, dating back to 1895. The Hardrockers were shutout by their now-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foes 18-0 that late November day. South Dakota Mines took it to heart, and when the teams next met in 1900, the Hardrockers dominated the Yellow Jackets 27-0 to start a 14-game unbeaten stretch in the rivalry. After Black Hills State’s 2019 victory, SD Mines now leads the all-time series, 63-60-11. The two have been pretty consistent of late, splitting the last decade with a 5-5 record. Last year, the Hardrockers won convincingly 62-14 behind running back Connor Silveria’s breakout 227-yard, two-touchdown day. A week later, Silveria set the DII single-game rushing record with a 425-yard day against Adams State. But there was another big, historic rivalry that was played on Oct. 12. Tuskegee and Morehouse played for the 108th time since the first meeting between the two in 1902. Tuskegee holds the most lopsided ad...