Penalties and Slow Offense Doom Army Against Cincinnati 24-10

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

Army Black Knights vs. Cincinnati Bearcats-Preview, TV, Betting and More

Army Black Knights (2-0) vs. Cincinnati Bearcats (1-0) Start Time: 3:30 PM ESTLocation: Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OHTV: ESPNLine: Cincinnati -13.5FPI: Cincinnati 66.4%O/U: 45Series: 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 Bearcats ran for 5 touchdowns and … Continue reading Army Black Knights vs. Cincinnati Bearcats-Preview, TV, Betting and More

Tulane Goes Jekyll and Hyde Again, Falls Short Against Navy

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

The 80’s are Back as Tulane Finds Its Way Back on ABC

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

South Alabama Opens New Stadium, Can’t Close Out Win vs Tulane

Hancock Whitney Stadium is truly a very modern stadium. Tucked to a side of campus that was just waiting for an on-campus stadium to be built, it looks exactly like Ladd-Peebles Stadium would if it had just been built. It’s red white and blue throughout, with a nice big video board above one end zone … Continue reading South Alabama Opens New Stadium, Can’t Close Out Win vs Tulane

An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape

On June 29th, Pat Forde published an article for Sports Illustrated titled "America, Realigned: A Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape". The idea was there as far as a reimagining, but his execution was poor. He brought up North Dakota State, but then cut 11 FBS programs; UTEP, Texas State, UTSA, South Alabama, Louisiana-Monroe, Bowling … Continue reading An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape

Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane

Next month will mark the beginning of our fifth year of existence, and we've been fortunate that the insanity of this year hasn't torpedoed our existence much yet (looking at you, 2020 CFB season). One of the things we're looking to do going forward is to spend more time looking backward. That is definitely going … Continue reading Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane

Your Group of Five Team as a European Soccer Club

When you don't have your usual sports, you tend to find alternative ways to entertain yourself. I have always had an affinity for European soccer dating back almost 20 years. I spent a year overseas in South Korea, and while over there my sports viewing options consisted of either watching English Premier League soccer at … Continue reading Your Group of Five Team as a European Soccer Club

What Happens to The Independents If Conferences Use Conference Game Only Scheduling?

Due to the sporting-world chaos that has been created by the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been rumors that conferences might only play conference games. This puts the current FBS Independents at risk of not having a season. Lucky for them, we at Forgotten 5 solved the problem. There are two different schedules, one with Notre … Continue reading What Happens to The Independents If Conferences Use Conference Game Only Scheduling?

What If the American Kept the Big East’s Bowl Tie-Ins? 2019 Edition

In our recent series, we have looked at the American Athletic Conference's bowl tie-ins if they had kept the Big East's old tie-ins. The results have been advantageous match-ups with the Power Five with multiple signature wins in our simulations. Today, we bring the final installment in our series with a look at the most … Continue reading What If the American Kept the Big East’s Bowl Tie-Ins? 2019 Edition