This season has been all over the place – this is not news to anyone. It seemed like things were normalized once we reached a point where about half of FBS teams were likely to play the 2020 season, and when teams like the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns popped into the rankings it looked like this … Continue reading The 2020 Rankings Reveal More of the Same for the Group of Five →
Final from Nippert Stadium.The #Bearcats move to 2️⃣ – 0️⃣ ‼️ pic.twitter.com/7CkGRAU5Ta — Cincinnati Football (@GoBearcatsFB) September 26, 2020 114 yards in penalties… need I say more? Army’s offense was never able to get in a good rhythm because they were constantly getting flagged for chop blocks, false starts, or holding. When they did get … Continue reading Penalties and Slow Offense Doom Army Against Cincinnati 24-10 →
Here we are, on September 25th in the year of our lord 2020 and college football is almost completely back” – kind of like the Texas Longhorns, in that we will need to re-assess at least weekly just how “back” it really is. In the midst of Charlotte and Georgia State canceling a game due … Continue reading UMass Wants to Play Football. Who Is Willing? →
Army Black Knights (2-0) vs. Cincinnati Bearcats (1-0) Start Time: 3:30 PM EST Location: Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH TV: ESPN Line: Cincinnati -13.5 FPI: Cincinnati 66.4% O/U: 45 Series: Series is tied 3-3, Army won last matchup 48-29 in 2004 #14 Cincinnati Cincinnati looked strong on offense last weekend against Austin Peay, led by a strong performance on the ground. The … Continue reading Army Black Knights vs. Cincinnati Bearcats-Preview, TV, Betting and More →
According to the Detroit News and many other outlets, the MAC presidents are discussing playing football this fall. The Big Ten released their schedule and the PAC 12 is discussing returning to the field this fall. I would expect the PAC 12 to try to not be the only power 5 conference not playing this … Continue reading The MAC Should Zig While Everyone Else Zags →
Today’s game was never going to be normal, but the universe somehow found a way to make it even more irregular than anyone could anticipate. Tulane playing an early-season conference game against Navy today was always the plan, but then COVID-19 shook things up and emptied the stands, as well as the press box. The … Continue reading Tulane Goes Jekyll and Hyde Again, Falls Short Against Navy →
Where were you September 6, 1980? Can’t remember? Well shame on you because that was the last time Tulane was on ABC’s airwaves. The Green Wave blew a 14-0 lead to a Southern Miss team that ended the season with a 9-3 record and a Independence Bowl title in a 17-14 loss. The winning score … Continue reading The 80’s are Back as Tulane Finds Its Way Back on ABC →
Right after Army’s dominant win on Saturday over Louisiana-Monroe, the news of the postponement of the BYU game put a huge damper on an otherwise stellar weekend for the program. The BYU-Army game, originally slotted for 3:30 on CBS, left the network with a hole to fill. Enter App State-Marshall. The game between two of … Continue reading BYU and Army’s loss Becomes the Sun Belt and C-USA’s Gain →
It has been an exciting 24 hours for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. On Saturday of course, they won their first game against a ranked team since 1996, and today they made their first appearance in a Top 25 poll since 1943. So who exactly was this 1943 Southwestern Louisiana team? After two decisive wins – … Continue reading Remembering 1943 Southwest Louisiana Football: The Last Ranked Cajuns →
The Army Black Knights are ranked #25 in the USA Today Amway Coaches Poll and #22 in the Associated Press Top 25. This is the earliest Army has been ranked since 1959 when they began the season ranked fifth in the country. Army has been ranked three times since 1962 and only once (Week 6, … Continue reading Army Ranked In Both National Polls For The First Time Since 2018 →
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