Group of 5 Power Rankings in a GIFfy Sorry people, I’m back. I know, I know…why? Honestly, it is because no one read this the first time so I figure I might as well continue my quest for creating a series of articles with no value. The truth hurts, I know you needed something more … Continue reading Every Week is a GIFt – Week 2 Edition
This has been quite the season. We now have two Group of Five teams ranked, and a growing number of upsets in our favor as well, which now include wins by Arkansas State, San Diego State, and... Coastal Carolina?! When Army and Louisiana-Monroe can push traditional powerhouses Michigan and Florida State to the edge you … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Three
Group of 5 Power Rankings in a GIFfy The Group of 5 has a lot of power rankings. Honestly, I just don't think they can be done without a GIF. How can I accurately describe my feelings on a team without a crappy 3-second video loop? I assure you that if you disagree with your … Continue reading Every Week is a GIFt – Week 1 Edition
Hello, friends!! Boy, what a way to start out the season, huh?! Dramatic comebacks! In-state showdowns! Surprising upsets! And that is just week one!!! I suppose I may not have read the competitive meter well on the games I picked last week. Houston underperformed, for example. But after all, I am still learning. So without … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Two
Maybe you're tired of hearing about it, but it just fascinates the hell out of me so I'll keep writing about it. I talked before about how UConn football would benefit from a postponement of their departure from the AAC, for reasons both financial and purely scheduling related, then hammered those points home again as … Continue reading UConn’s 2020 Schedule Options Are Quickly Fading Away
The UCF Knights football team has experienced unprecedented amounts of success on and off the field. 2019 marks the first year since building an on-campus stadium in 2007 that the team has sold out of season tickets. Spectrum Stadium currently holds 44,206 fans and has a variety of seating options. Now, some folks want to … Continue reading (When) Should UCF Expand Their Stadium?
UCF opened the 2019 season with a resounding 62-0 win over Florida A&M Thursday night in front of an announced crowd of 44,073. As expected, Brandon Wimbush left much to be desired but was solid overall. Dillon Gabriel looked comfortable and threw some beautiful balls but wasn't tested much. The defense played lights out, limiting … Continue reading When a Win Feels Like a Loss…
On the cusp of the 2019 season, let's remember UCF's 2018 season that can only be described with one word: resiliency. Ominous Beginnings An injury to Aaron Robinson on the opening kickoff to begin 2018 foreshadowed how razor-thin a line athletes walk in any given season. Robinson was carted off on a stretcher after colliding … Continue reading Remembering the 2018 Knights
As football season dawns upon us, now's a good time to review what's happened this offseason in a UniWatch style preview. From a uniform perspective, this has been far from average. New uniforms are popping up left and right... so quickly that trying to write a new article about all of them would be absolutely … Continue reading The Complete Catalog of G5 College Football Uniform Changes
A quirk of the 2019 college football schedule may allow UCF to host ESPN's College GameDay on campus for the second straight year. The week three schedule appears pretty light on top 25 matchups, paving the way for Stanford at UCF to be one of the only (if not the only) matchup of top 25 … Continue reading Could UCF Host GameDay Again in 2019?