Can the Nevada Wolfpack Keep Up Its Hot Start?

Eight straight wins in conference play, an Associated Press top 25 ranking and a chance to go undefeated in conference (emphasis on chance). Nevada basketball is having one of those seasons where they look like they could be a cinderella in March Madness. But do they have the steam to keep going and make that … Continue reading Can the Nevada Wolfpack Keep Up Its Hot Start?

The Forgotten 5 Are Going Bowling – Here’s Where I Think They’ll Go; Yeah, I Predicted Power 5 Too Because Whatever

Bowl season is almost here everyone, you know what that means, bowl projections. Everyone loves looking at tie-ins and choosing what four-win teams are capable of winning out to just sneak into a bowl. No? Only me? Ok then. I think this is a given at this point, but UCF is the Forgotten 5's representative … Continue reading The Forgotten 5 Are Going Bowling – Here’s Where I Think They’ll Go; Yeah, I Predicted Power 5 Too Because Whatever

Dual Duels in the Deserts – Air Force, Nevada, Colorado State, and New Mexico, Oh My!

Air Force Falcons (2-4, 1-2) at Nevada Wolf Pack (1-6, 1-2) Location: Mackay Stadium, Reno, Nevada Time: 6:30 PT TV/Radio: CBSSN, TuneIn Radio Line: AFA -7, O/U=68 The Falcons are coming off a huge comeback win over one Nevada team and now are aiming to dominate another.  Arion Worthman took it to the Rebels last … Continue reading Dual Duels in the Deserts – Air Force, Nevada, Colorado State, and New Mexico, Oh My!

A Preview of Week 5’s MWC Action

BYU @ Utah State - BYU -2.5 I still have no idea why BYU is favored in this game.  Tanner Mangum is out, and the Cougs have barely a heartbeat.  In the meantime, Utah State is coming off a huge conference win where the offense was firing on all cylinders.  Aggies if you lose this … Continue reading A Preview of Week 5’s MWC Action

MWC Roundup Week 3: The “Why Me?” hangover hits

Hail, Monty! Or at least that's what the rest of the MWC should be saying.  The Aztecs under Rocky Long have become the standard-bearer in the Mountain West for the past couple years, but this year especially at the expense of a bad Arizona State team and a severely overrated Stanford.  That's two quality wins … Continue reading MWC Roundup Week 3: The “Why Me?” hangover hits

How Does The Forgotten 5 Affiliate Program Work?

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?

The Forgotten Watch’n Continues: Butkus and Hornung Watch Lists Released

Watch Week Watch enjoyed a relaxing weekend, but now it's back to business. On Monday morning, the Butkus Award (presented to the nation’s best linebacker) and the Paul Hornug Award (presented to the most versatile player in college football) released their watch lists to the screaming masses. Per our glorious tradition, our lists are carefully scrubbed … Continue reading The Forgotten Watch’n Continues: Butkus and Hornung Watch Lists Released

The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Yesterday, steely-nerved accuracy and precision was put on watch. Today, it's all beef and braun. This morning, watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding defensive player) and Outland Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman) were released to an adoring public. So beefy! As usual, we're concerned not … Continue reading The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Rimington and Mackey Watch Lists are out: The Forgotten continue to rule

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

Nevada holds off Colorado State 79-71, punches their ticket to the NCAA Tournament

In a matchup of the regular season finale, the Nevada Wolf Pack again took care of business versus a depleted Colorado State squad in winning the MWC title 79-71 in Las Vegas. A shot at the MWC title nearly never happened due to a pesky Fresno State team in the semifinals. The Bulldogs were the … Continue reading Nevada holds off Colorado State 79-71, punches their ticket to the NCAA Tournament