Future UCF Schedules: Let’s Walk a Mile in Danny White’s Shoes

News broke on July 28th that UCF scheduled FIU to a home-and-home series for 2020 and 2022, which led to this very common sentiment:             Andy Staples wrote a surprise defense of UCF's scheduling philosophy for The Athletic, repeating White's claim all along that UCF was never going to make … Continue reading Future UCF Schedules: Let’s Walk a Mile in Danny White’s Shoes

An Ideal College Football Structure, Part Two: The New Power 5

In my last article, I introduced a whole new structure for college football's Football Bowl Subdivision. This structure represents a complete rebuild of what the FBS looks like, on a scale beyond any realignment or rule changes we have seen. Indeed, it goes beyond anything we are likely to see any time soon, which is … Continue reading An Ideal College Football Structure, Part Two: The New Power 5

AAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview

With the regular season finishing up on Sunday, the AAC tournament bracket has been finalized. The seedings are: Houston Cincinnati Temple UCF Memphis Wichita State Tulsa USF UConn SMU East Carolina Tulane It's here! The 2019 @AirForceReserve @American_MBB Championship bracket is set - all the action begins on Thursday at @FedExForum! ?Bracket Announcement and Team-by-Team … Continue reading AAC Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Uniforms: Part One

Now that it's the college football offseason, let's take some time to reflect on stats, standout players, and our favorite memories from the season. And you can throw all of that out the window now because it's uniform time. Just a quick note: This will be a 3 part series, this being part one. The … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Uniforms: Part One

The Group of Five Will Struggle as Long as “G5” and “Strength of Schedule” Are Things (Part I)

A quick thought experiment Who are Kentucky students, faculty, alumni and other supporters most proud of? Kentucky football has, despite a late-season tumble, had their best season in arguably forever. With a New Year's Day win over Penn State, it's the first time since 2007 that the Wildcats have finished better than 7-6 in a … Continue reading The Group of Five Will Struggle as Long as “G5” and “Strength of Schedule” Are Things (Part I)