Interesting has a nice, broad definition so I went with that word choice. I tripped down a scheduled rabbit hole the other day and started noticing some interesting patterns, so I thought other people might be as weird as me and want to know about them as well. I've not gone into equal detail about … Continue reading Group of Five Teams With the Most Interesting 2019 Schedules
We're a little over halfway through the college football offseason but we have the hardest part of the football-less period ahead of us. No signing day extravaganzas, no spring practices and no college basketball to hold us over. It's just an expansive empty void that we pretend to fill with the NBA playoffs and baseball. … Continue reading Ranking the Sun Belt Football Coaching Jobs
College basketball is in full swing and Sun Belt teams are geared for the second-half marathon. The conference appears to be loaded up top this year, making for an exciting two-plus month season. The Sun Belt has seemingly solidified its spot in the very middle of the basketball world based on RPI, as the rise … Continue reading Sun Belt Basketball Preview: The Real Season Begins
The Georgia State ticket office just cannot get out of it's own way. As I covered yesterday, Georgia State sent a mailer out to neighborhoods adjacent to campus, offering a promo code that could be redeemed for free tickets to any home game. No unique QR code, no caveats, ANY home game. State has had … Continue reading TicketGate Aftermath Continues….
After week 1, we start to see a bit of a slow down in the uniform world. Some teams stick with their traditional sets, but there are always ones who try something new. Week 2 gave us a solid week of college football, and still a mostly solid array of uniforms. Some of these teams … Continue reading Best Uniforms from Week 2
Well, we've finally got our first full week of football under our belts, so what did we actually learn from all this football that took place? Slow Starters Everywhere A number of offenses took a lot longer than we'd like to get rolling. Texas State, Troy, South Alabama and Coastal Carolina were outscored by a … Continue reading What Did We Learn From Our First Week of Sun Belt Football?
The 2013 football season was one of the best for chaos in college football. No one was safe, and there are many games from the Group—I mean, non-BCS conferences—worth looking back. This is the Forgotten 5 2013 Rewind. The last two installments featured geographic-specific upsets, but they were all games that happened in Week 1 … Continue reading The FCS Smackdown: Forgotten 5’s 2013 Rewind (Part 3)
Georgia Southern and Georgia State get confused with one another a lot. If Eagle Nation had a dollar for every time a broadcaster or ignorant fan called us Georgia State, we would all have enough money to fully fund a Paulson Stadium expansion, a new basketball arena, and an indoor practice facility with some change … Continue reading Georgia State Bookstore Is Now Selling Georgia Southern Products
So we asked all of the players at Sun Belt Media Day for their music preferences, specifically as it pertains to the music they have playing in their headphones during pregame in the locker room to get hyped up. We give you the results here and now. Artists supplied by the players, songs chosen by … Continue reading Sun Belt Media Day, Music Playlist Edition
In between bites of gumbo and grilled chicken at Sun Belt media day, Georgia State head coach Shawn Elliott recalled his humble coaching beginnings in Boone, North Carolina. The second-year head coach played his college ball at Appalachian State back in the mid-90’s as a defensive end. Even then, he had a clear vision for … Continue reading Shawn Elliott Went From Living in a Gym Closet to Manning the Georgia State Panthers