On Friday morning both Troy and UTSA announced that they will each have an upcoming series against Army. The Black Knights will play the Trojans four times over 10 years beginning in 2022. November 12th, 2022 at Troy October 14th, 2023 at Army October 19th, 2030 at Army November 22nd, 2031 at Troy This will … Continue reading Army Football Schedules Future Series With Troy and UTSA
Due to the sporting-world chaos that has been created by the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been rumors that conferences might only play conference games. This puts the current FBS Independents at risk of not having a season. Lucky for them, we at Forgotten 5 solved the problem. There are two different schedules, one with Notre … Continue reading What Happens to The Independents If Conferences Use Conference Game Only Scheduling?
Army fans came into the 2020 NFL Draft laser-focused on hearing one name reach the next level. They wound up getting that and more, as there will be three Black Knights heading to NFL training camps for the first time since 1996. Back then, it was Ronnie McAda who was drafted by the Packers, while … Continue reading Army Has Three Players Signed As Undrafted Free Agents
With all this possible playoff expansion talk, it got me thinking; what would be the worst-case scenario for the Group of Five? Well, it would be where an expanded playoff doesn't include an auto-bid for at least one G5 team. What does that mean for the G5, you might ask? It's time to go our … Continue reading Group of Five Doomsday: Breaking Free From the Power Five
We already talked about how the current College Football Playoff and its four-team bracket was a pseudo-expansion of the previous BCS system, and it didn't solve a whole lot of problems since that expansion still left well over two-thirds of college football teams starting their season with a zero-percent chance of reaching said playoff bracket. … Continue reading What if the College Football Playoff Had 24 Teams in 2018
This week, Orlando announced interest in hosting Army-Navy in the future. While geographically far from both academies, Orlando makes sense due to the large Naval influence in the area. Navy has also drawn well in the Sunshine State playing at UCF (44,000+) and at USF (almost 32,000). The Midshipmen also pulled good numbers hosting Notre … Continue reading Orlando Wants Army-Navy. What Other Cities Would Make Logical Hosts?
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
If you take the total score of all five games that Army men's and women's lacrosse has played this year the score would be 83-20 in favor of the Black Knights. The men's team is up to #9 in the Inside Lacrosse Top 25 and #7 in the coaches poll. The Black Knights have allowed one first-half … Continue reading Wanted for Murder: Both Army Lacrosse Teams
The Army Black Knights went into Patriot League play sitting at 5-6. Hope seemed low for the Black Knights to do anything big this season; then it got worse. They opened Patriot League play 0-4 and dropped to 5-10 on the season. Desperately needing a win, they played Holy Cross and ended up winning by … Continue reading The Hottest Team No One Is Talking About: Army Men’s Basketball
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