I’m Learning Here, People: Five Group of 5 Rivalry Games to Watch

EDITOR'S NOTE: Kevin is not new to football, but he's new to G5 football and wanting to learn by talking and writing about it. First up, a crash course in important G5 rivalries. I may not know a lot about the Group of 5, but I know enough about college football to know this: It is … Continue reading I’m Learning Here, People: Five Group of 5 Rivalry Games to Watch

An Ideal College Football Structure, Part 3: The New Group of 5

In the previous entries of this series, I explained my idea for a complete rebuild of college football. Part one covered the new rules, and part two detailed which teams would comprise the new Power 5 conferences and provided some examples of what schedules would look like under this new system. Today's final volume will be … Continue reading An Ideal College Football Structure, Part 3: The New Group of 5

Group of Five Teams With the Most Interesting 2019 Schedules

Interesting has a nice, broad definition so I went with that word choice. I tripped down a scheduled rabbit hole the other day and started noticing some interesting patterns, so I thought other people might be as weird as me and want to know about them as well. I've not gone into equal detail about … Continue reading Group of Five Teams With the Most Interesting 2019 Schedules

Conference USA on BeIN Sports: In Memoriam

Conference USA's spring football preview recently came out with a litany of information. One of the most notable pieces could easily have gone unnoticed. In its list of television partners, BeIN Sports was absent. This could be a subtle sign of the non-renewal of a contract that was supposed to end after the 2018-19 athletic … Continue reading Conference USA on BeIN Sports: In Memoriam

Top Ten Non-Power Five Prospects in This Year’s NFL Draft

With the NFL Draft coming up in just two days, the main topic for any draft-obsessed fan is identifying the best players in this draft. Although many come from the top Power 5 schools, there is likewise an abundance of pro-ready players emerging from the Group of 5 schools. Let's take a look at the … Continue reading Top Ten Non-Power Five Prospects in This Year’s NFL Draft

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Uniforms: Part 2

In part 2 of this 3 part series, I'll examine uniforms I have categorized as "bad". (You can read part 1 here) Now this doesn't necessarily mean these are uniforms I think need an immediate change, but definitely could use some work. It's not like I hate these uniforms exactly, but they're just not... good. … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Uniforms: Part 2

Best Uniforms from Week 8

Another week of college football in the books. Some solid games, and some very solid uniforms. There's really nothing else I can say about it other than that. With that being said, let's get into the top uniforms of the weekend. Army Call me biased all you want, but you can't argue that this wasn't … Continue reading Best Uniforms from Week 8

2018 Conference USA Mid-Season Quarterback Report

With Week 6 officially in the books, we are now ready for the mid-season report of each teams QB play. Although each team is not officially halfway through its season, every team has completed at least five games except Southern Miss. Let’s dive into Conference USA QB Reports!   **It is important to note that … Continue reading 2018 Conference USA Mid-Season Quarterback Report

Here’s where Florida Atlantic is at after conference play

I think a certain segment of people are convinced that Florida Atlantic football is doing worse than last year. From the team’s first game at no. 5 ranked Oklahoma to a 56-36 loss to the no. 16 ranked University of Central Florida on Friday, there has been a little talk of the team underperforming. I’m … Continue reading Here’s where Florida Atlantic is at after conference play