Army Sprint Football Sings Second After Sinking Navy 7-3

What. A. Game. It wasn't a flashy high scoring shootout, but it rarely is when these two meet on a sprint football field. Sprint football is normal football for those who don't know; it just has a weight limit of 178 lbs. Army and Navy are the two national powerhouses. Navy has 38 National Championships, … Continue reading Army Sprint Football Sings Second After Sinking Navy 7-3

BREAKING NEWS: The 121st Army-Navy Game to Take Place at West Point

Navy sportswriter Bill Wagner of the Capital Gazette first reported earlier today that the 2020 Army-Navy Game would not be played in Philadelphia. It will be played at Michie Stadium. The two academies have since confirmed the report. Army gets to host because they were the home team this year. "The health and welfare of … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: The 121st Army-Navy Game to Take Place at West Point

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

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

Orlando Wants Army-Navy. What Other Cities Would Make Logical Hosts?

This week, Orlando announced interest in hosting Army-Navy in the future. While geographically far from both academies, Orlando makes sense due to the large Naval influence in the area. Navy has also drawn well in the Sunshine State playing at UCF (44,000+) and at USF (almost 32,000). The Midshipmen also pulled good numbers hosting Notre … Continue reading Orlando Wants Army-Navy. What Other Cities Would Make Logical Hosts?

Five Independent Games to Watch Over the COVID-19 Sports Break

We're back with more sports to watch. Yesterday we gave you ten March Madness games to watch, today we switch to football. Here are five Independent games that you should watch. Tomorrow we're giving you the AAC. Enjoy and stay safe. Notre Dame vs. Navy 2016 Will Worth leads a Navy team against a reeling … Continue reading Five Independent 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