The Forgotten is rumbling! Doak Walker Award Watch List Released.

We're rumbling, bumbling, stumbling to the epic conclusion of Watch List Watch, which receives a merciful end Thursday with the Walter Camp. On deck today, the Doak Walker, which honors college football's most bad ass running back. Enjoy the list, guys. But seriously, you need to prepare yourself for the end of Watch List Watch. … Continue reading The Forgotten is rumbling! Doak Walker Award Watch List Released.

The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Yesterday, steely-nerved accuracy and precision was put on watch. Today, it's all beef and braun. This morning, watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding defensive player) and Outland Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman) were released to an adoring public. So beefy! As usual, we're concerned not … Continue reading The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Forgotten Watch List Season keeps kicking with Lou Groza and Ray Guy Awards!

Everybody loves college football kickers! Well, cool people do, anyway. Today, punts and kicks were recognized by two of the profession's most trusted name in boots – The Lou Groza Award (presented to the nation’s top place-kicker) and the Ray Guy Award  (presented to the college punter of the year). As is our sacred custom, we … Continue reading Forgotten Watch List Season keeps kicking with Lou Groza and Ray Guy Awards!

Rimington and Mackey Watch Lists are out: The Forgotten continue to rule

Admittedly, that headline is a little misleading. We all know that these postseason awards are mostly meant to high-five the most privileged of the game. But this is Watch List Season, baby! Just seeing a MAC or Sun Belt name sprinkled with the denizens of the establishment is reward enough, right? Right? No? Anyway, two more … Continue reading Rimington and Mackey Watch Lists are out: The Forgotten continue to rule

The Forgotten raid the 2017 Bednarik and Maxwell Watchlists

It's "Watch List Season," and you can tell because it's as humid as a gorilla's armpit outside and mysterious organizations are posting watch lists. You may take a very dim view of Watch Lists. It's noise signifying nothing, right? Still, when your favorite player or team is snubbed by one list or another, it can … Continue reading The Forgotten raid the 2017 Bednarik and Maxwell Watchlists

Forgotten 5’s Guide To The 2017 NCAA Softball Tournament

The time has come for NCAA Division 1 softball to crown a champion. A three-week tournament featuring 64 programs will end in the Women’s College World Series best of three title series. When? May 18-June 7. Who? 32 conference tournament winners and 32 at-large selections. Format: Double elimination regional consisting of four teams followed by … Continue reading Forgotten 5’s Guide To The 2017 NCAA Softball Tournament

Conference Draft Preview: American Athletic Conference

It was a banner year for the American Athletic Conference in 2016 with Temple and Navy forming a surprising title game. While no team had the individual success of Houston in 2015, the individual talent making its way to the NFL is nothing short of extraordinary. Houston, in particular, has a small shot to end … Continue reading Conference Draft Preview: American Athletic Conference

This Week In Forgotten 5 Softball: Welcome To The Show

We at the Forgotten 5 have done a disservice to our readers. We haven’t done a decent job at all of covering women’s sports. From UConn’s historic winning streak of over 100 games to Rick Insell getting elected to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, we have struck out in coverage. That changes today as … Continue reading This Week In Forgotten 5 Softball: Welcome To The Show

Cinderella Wears An 11 Seed

We are a few precious weeks from the NCAA Tournament, with Selection Sunday guaranteed to start arguments throughout the country. How poorly a “mid-major” program is seeded becomes a major bone of contention for fanbases all over the country. In particular, multiple fanbases assume that a higher the seed is congruent with the likelihood of … Continue reading Cinderella Wears An 11 Seed

Due To Constant Coaching Upheaval, Has The AAC Reached Its Peak?

Remember back to a simpler time of coaches staying with one programs for entire careers and racking up impressive win totals during their long tenures. Was that before your time? Do not feel bad because you have company in the American Athletic Conference. From the ashes of the Big East and a boost from Conference … Continue reading Due To Constant Coaching Upheaval, Has The AAC Reached Its Peak?