Group of Five Doomsday: Breaking Free From the Power Five

With all this possible playoff expansion talk, it got me thinking; what would be the worst-case scenario for the Group of Five? Well, it would be where an expanded playoff doesn't include an auto-bid for at least one G5 team. ¬†What does that mean for the G5, you might ask? It's time to go our … Continue reading Group of Five Doomsday: Breaking Free From the Power Five

What if the College Football Playoff had 24 teams in 2019

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff had 24 teams in 2019

What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2014

We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2014

Five American Athletic Conference Games to Watch Over The COVID-19 Sports Break

We're baaaaaaaaack with more football to watch. We have five AAC games to watch today. Tomorrow is C-USA. Enjoy and stay safe. Houston vs. Tulane 2019 Tulane came into the game 3-1 and Houston was 1-2 needing a win to get back on the right track. D'Eriq King was still the Cougars QB and this … Continue reading Five American Athletic Conference Games to Watch Over The COVID-19 Sports Break

An Ideal College Football Structure: Bowl Season Edition

Several months ago, I published my Ideal College Football Structure - a plan for a near complete overhaul of the way college football's season works, coupled with an intensive conference realignment that gets all the teams into geographical alignment. I won't bore you by going over all the details again here though - if you … Continue reading An Ideal College Football Structure: Bowl Season Edition

I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Ten

It is really hard to believe that it is week ten already! What a crazy season it has been so far! The uncertainty of which teams will do well early in the year, which led to a lot of "Games to watch" being unexpectedly lopsided...is replaced by a smaller group of compelling games, as the … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Ten

I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Eight

It is hard to believe we are already at week eight!! UNLV joined the upset brigade in their demolition of Vanderbilt. Appalachian State joins a strong list of G5 ranked teams! This week's list may miss a game or two that rivals in importance, as this season has become more wide open in most conferences … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Eight

I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Seven

I had one last week, but by the time it was remembered by all, half the games were done already. This week should be released earlier, and you'll see why shortly. Also, FOUR ranked G5 teams! What a year!   Anyways, here is what to watch: 1. Appalachian State at Louisiana (Wednesday, 8 p.m., ESPN … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Seven

I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Five

Three additions to the upset party this week! SMU brought the Iron Skillet home in dominating fashion over a ranked TCU. Appalachian State took a field goal block to wrap up a strong victory over UNC. Lastly, San Jose State took down an SEC opponent for the first time ever in a win over Arkansas. … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Five

South Alabama Struggles to Connect the Dots, Falls 42-6 to Memphis

Weird final score, right? That's because the first pretty thing the Jaguars did all game - a 74-yard touchdown pass from Tylan Morton to Kawaan Baker - was followed by an extra point that was so badly botched that Memphis ran it back nearly untouched for a safety. The Jags only managed 174 yards of … Continue reading South Alabama Struggles to Connect the Dots, Falls 42-6 to Memphis