So I'm sure you've seen F5 logos starting to pop up around twitter and if you haven't, look closer. Here at Forgotten 5 we are working on building a network of Twitter accounts that will represent each G5 school. We are searching around twitter "hunting" for fan accounts with no affiliation with any other site, all … Continue reading How Does The Forgotten 5 Affiliate Program Work?
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
Would you be surprised to learn that the screwed up all five lists? I understand that pre-season lists are dicey at best, but at least make accurate choices on the information you've got to date. Though I guess that involves bothering to find such information. American Athletic Conference O.K., we get to kick this one … Continue reading Athlon Sports Ranked the Head Coaches for Each G5 Conference
While Conference USA had plenty of dead weight during the season (eight teams finished under .500,) there were plenty of individual players who made their mark and put themselves on the radar of NFL Teams. Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky CUSA's best offering this year and a likely first round pick, Lamp has attracted NFL … Continue reading Conference Draft Preview: Conference USA
So ESPN put together a list of which P5 programs (of course) have the best or worst non-conference schedule. It made me wonder if they understand how to assess a team's schedule strength. First, they've listed Kansas and Baylor as the third and fourth easiest non-conference schedules among the entire Power Five. The Baylor Bears … Continue reading That’s Not How Strength of Schedule Works
We are finally at the end of the 2017 recruiting cycle (thank God). It was a slightly boring end to the usually crazy recruiting season, but it allows us to move forward and start to take a look at some of these rosters for the 2017 season. Also, welcome back to the football ranks UAB. … Continue reading What Did We Learn About Conference USA On National Signing Day?
You never know when a player early on is going to come back and either help or hurt you, depending on which team you're talking about, when it comes to the end of the game. But the odds are decent that if you can get points right before the half, you're going to be glad … Continue reading New Mexico Lobos hold on to beat UTSA roadrunners 23 – 20 in Gildan New Mexico Bowl
UTSA (6-6) vs. New Mexico (8-4) Start Time: 1:00 PM CST. Saturday, December 17 Location: University Stadium, Albuquerque, New Mexico TV: ESPN Streaming: WatchESPN Live Stats: Here. Line: New Mexico -7.5. O/U: 57.5. New Mexico is on vacation in…. New Mexico: Talk about getting the raw end of the deal. You make a bowl and then you are told that you … Continue reading Gildan New Mexico Bowl Preview – New Mexico Lobos vs UTSA Roadrunners
Southern Miss 39, Louisiana Tech 24: This game was recapped last night, so I will gladly link you to the article right here. MTSU 77, Florida Atlantic 56: In one of only three games in FBS history to break 130 total points scored, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders outlasted the Florida Atlantic Owls 77-56 in … Continue reading Conference USA Week 13 Recap Roundup
Week 12 is in the books and we are finally getting a view of how things are going to turn out in Conference USA. Unless Western Kentucky loses to Marshall AND Old Dominion beats Florida International, we will get the title game matchup we all deserve. Currently, the conference sits at four bowl eligible teams … Continue reading Three Things We Learned From Week 12 in Conference USA