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

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

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

Tulane Doesn’t Play Great, But Plays Good Enough to Become Bowl Eligible Against Tulsa

When this game headed to the fourth quarter, I had the following thought. We talk all the time about games that were not as close as the final score would suggest, due to some late scores or other shenanigans that were interesting but ultimately didn't affect the outcome. We talk a lot less often about … Continue reading Tulane Doesn’t Play Great, But Plays Good Enough to Become Bowl Eligible Against Tulsa

Good Surprises of the Group of Five at the Halfway Mark

It's more or less halfway, just work with me here. It's been yet another interesting season of college football, so why not take some time to assess which teams have been the biggest surprises in both good and bad ways from each conference in the Group of Five/ First, let's rank the conferences: American Mountain … Continue reading Good Surprises of the Group of Five at the Halfway Mark

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 Four

EDITOR'S NOTE: Yes, this is late, but life happens, ok? Deal with it. You are now free to suffer... err, enjoy Kevin's latest writing.   Wow. Just wow. Welcome to the upset party Temple, Eastern Michigan, Air Force, The Citadel (FCS!), BYU (begrudgingly and technically for the second time), and UCF (even though they were … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Four