Every Week is a GIFt – Week 1 Edition

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

I’m Learning Here, People: Five Games to Watch in Week Two

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

AP Top 25: Group Of Five Outlook

With the second edition of the AP Top 25 being released today, we've got plenty to look forward to in terms of G5 teams move'n on up! Chaos was rampant, with Mountain West teams again proving themselves superior to the Pig- er- Power Five. Unfortunately, not many squads will move in to the actual Top … Continue reading AP Top 25: Group Of Five Outlook

The Complete Catalog of G5 College Football Uniform Changes

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

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

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

2019 Conference USA QB Preview: Marshall

2019 Conference USA QB Preview: Marshall   Like several other current Conference USA schools, Marshall has a history of producing quality quarterbacks. While the majority of college football and NFL fans know about Chad Pennington and Byron Leftwich, who each had long, successful careers in the NFL, those aren’t the only solid quarterbacks Marshall has … Continue reading 2019 Conference USA QB Preview: Marshall

Group of Five vs. Power Five Matchups We’d Like To See Resume

Southern Methodist versus Baylor - This is an interesting one that got thrown off a bit by history. Baylor has won the last 13 meetings in the series, but their lead in the overall series is only 39-36-7. That would mean that as of the last time that Southern Methodist beat these Bears - right before … Continue reading Group of Five vs. Power Five Matchups We’d Like To See Resume

Pennington’s Revenge: The 1999 Group of Five National Champion

For all of College Football’s long, wonderful history only one thing has remained constant; small schools do not get a chance at a national title. No matter how good the team or how terrible the field is that season, a small school will never be given a chance at College Football’s ultimate prize, a National … Continue reading Pennington’s Revenge: The 1999 Group of Five National Champion

Who Was 1998’s Best? The1998 Group of 5 National Champion

For all of College Football’s long, wonderful history only one thing has remained constant; small schools do not get a chance at a national title. No matter how good the team or how terrible the field is that season, a small school will never be given a chance at College Football’s ultimate prize, a National … Continue reading Who Was 1998’s Best? The1998 Group of 5 National Champion