BYU and Army’s loss Becomes the Sun Belt and C-USA’s Gain

Right after Army's dominant win on Saturday over Louisiana-Monroe, the news of the postponement of the BYU game put a huge damper on an otherwise stellar weekend for the program. The BYU-Army game, originally slotted for 3:30 on CBS, left the network with a hole to fill. Enter App State-Marshall. The game between two of … Continue reading BYU and Army’s loss Becomes the Sun Belt and C-USA’s Gain

Remembering 1943 Southwest Louisiana Football: The Last Ranked Cajuns

It has been an exciting 24 hours for the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns. On Saturday of course, they won their first game against a ranked team since 1996, and today they made their first appearance in a Top 25 poll since 1943. So who exactly was this 1943 Southwestern Louisiana team? After two decisive wins - … Continue reading Remembering 1943 Southwest Louisiana Football: The Last Ranked Cajuns

South Alabama Opens New Stadium, Can’t Close Out Win vs Tulane

Hancock Whitney Stadium is truly a very modern stadium. Tucked to a side of campus that was just waiting for an on-campus stadium to be built, it looks exactly like Ladd-Peebles Stadium would if it had just been built. It’s red white and blue throughout, with a nice big video board above one end zone … Continue reading South Alabama Opens New Stadium, Can’t Close Out Win vs Tulane

ULM vs. Army-Preview, TV, Betting and More

ULM Warhawks (0-0) vs. Army Black Knights (1-0) Start Time: 1:30 PM ESTLocation: Michie Stadium, West Point, NYTV: CBSSNLine: Army -21FPI: Army 85.2%O/U: 54.5Series: First Matchup ULM The Warhawks have a huge void to fill with star QB Caleb Evans graduating. JUCO transfer Jeremy Hunt and last years backup Colby Suits are battling for the QB job. Suits will get the start, … Continue reading ULM vs. Army-Preview, TV, Betting and More

Looking at Georgia Southern’s Roster: The Front 7

One of my favorite parts of the summer is when the season preview magazines start coming out. Athlon, Lindy’s, Street & Smith, Phil Steele; when I was younger, I would buy as many as I can and read them cover-to-cover. I was a weird kid that liked to create hypothetical depth charts of my favorite … Continue reading Looking at Georgia Southern’s Roster: The Front 7

Most Interesting Modern Group of Five Champions: The 2005 Three-Way Sun Belt Tie

During the off-season, Forgotten Five has decided to do some research. We launched a multi-part series looking at some of the Group of Five's most unique conference champions. Teams such as Boise's great teams, the 2004 and 2008 Utah teams, and Hawaii's 2007 team receive so much attention as the Group of Five's greatest teams … Continue reading Most Interesting Modern Group of Five Champions: The 2005 Three-Way Sun Belt Tie

Looking at Georgia Southern’s Roster: The Offensive Line

Looking at Georgia Southern's Roster: The Backfield Looking at Georgia Southern's Roster: The Receivers Rule #32 Enjoy the Little Things. Zombieland, 2009 We are currently inside 60 days till the start of the 2020 college football season. While the world seems like it is burning all around us, little things have kept me going during … Continue reading Looking at Georgia Southern’s Roster: The Offensive Line

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

Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane

Next month will mark the beginning of our fifth year of existence, and we've been fortunate that the insanity of this year hasn't torpedoed our existence much yet (looking at you, 2020 CFB season). One of the things we're looking to do going forward is to spend more time looking backward. That is definitely going … Continue reading Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane