An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape

On June 29th, Pat Forde published an article for Sports Illustrated titled "America, Realigned: A Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape". The idea was there as far as a reimagining, but his execution was poor. He brought up North Dakota State, but then cut 11 FBS programs; UTEP, Texas State, UTSA, South Alabama, Louisiana-Monroe, Bowling … Continue reading An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape

Five Independent Games to Watch Over the COVID-19 Sports Break

We're back with more sports to watch. Yesterday we gave you ten March Madness games to watch, today we switch to football. Here are five Independent games that you should watch. Tomorrow we're giving you the AAC. Enjoy and stay safe. Notre Dame vs. Navy 2016 Will Worth leads a Navy team against a reeling … Continue reading Five Independent Games to Watch Over the COVID-19 Sports Break

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

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

An Ideal College Football Structure, Part One

Remember a few years back when college football was in constant chaos because conferences were folding, schools were moving, and other conferences were rising up or at least renaming themselves (or stubbornly sticking to their old names even when they no longer make any sense - looking at you, Big 10 and Big XII)? Of … Continue reading An Ideal College Football Structure, Part One

Forgotten 5 NFL Draft Live Blog: Day 1

Hello, Forgotten 5 readers. My name is Fletcher Keel and I'm writing my first words for Forgotten 5. You'll be reading a lot of me in the near future, but that is neither here nor there right now. What is here and there is the 2019 NFL Draft. Yay! While my interest in the NFL wains from … Continue reading Forgotten 5 NFL Draft Live Blog: Day 1

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

Lafayette Leopards vs Army Black Knights-Preview, Betting, and More

Lafayette Leopards (3-6) vs.  Army Black Knights (7-2) Start Time: 12:00 PM EST Location: Michie Stadium, West Point, NY Line: Army -47 FPI: Army 99.6% O/U: N/A Series: Army 18-1, Army 62-7 in 2016 Lafayette The Leopards sit at a struggling 3-6. Lafayette has beaten Central Connecticut State (5-4) 31-24, Bucknell (1-8) 29-27, and Fordham (1-8) 21-13. They have played some … Continue reading Lafayette Leopards vs Army Black Knights-Preview, Betting, and More

Future Opponent Recap: Week 7

Opponents Record: 3-3 My Picks: 6-0 This weekend went exactly as I planned. On to the recaps. Miami (OH) That's the game! RedHawks win!#RiseUpRedHawks pic.twitter.com/mRSliw7htD — Miami Football (@MiamiOHFootball) October 13, 2018 QB Gus Ragland opened the scoring by capping off a 98-yard drive with a touchdown run. After that, the RedHawks used a 21 point second … Continue reading Future Opponent Recap: Week 7