Louisiana Cajuns Show Some Life, But Not Nearly Enough, in 38-28 Loss to Mississippi State

Let's get the worst part out of the way first, shall we? https://twitter.com/RememberF5/status/1167874248615948288 Looks like the Mississippi State fans didn't really show up to this one either, and the Cajuns are likely to struggle to recoup the costs of this "home" game. That said, let's take a quick poke around at this game, shall we? … Continue reading Louisiana Cajuns Show Some Life, But Not Nearly Enough, in 38-28 Loss to Mississippi State

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

Best of the Belt: Ranking the Sun Belt’s Power 5 Resumes

For G5 teams, there are only so many ways outside of head-to-head matchups that you can compare yourself to another school’s resume. The easiest way to show how much better your university is than another is to see how you stack up against the Power 5. I decided to take a look at how the … Continue reading Best of the Belt: Ranking the Sun Belt’s Power 5 Resumes

Group of Five Teams With the Most Interesting 2019 Schedules

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

Ranking the Sun Belt Football Coaching Jobs

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

Sun Belt Basketball Preview: The Real Season Begins

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

Tulane Holds Off Late Rally to Win Cure Bowl 41-24

They didn't make it easy on themselves but the Green Wave are your 2018 Cure Bowl champions. This game started and it felt like it was going to be a blowout, it ended up being the most fun game today. Green Wave was a rip tide for the Ragin Cajuns to start the game. While Louisiana … Continue reading Tulane Holds Off Late Rally to Win Cure Bowl 41-24

Appalachian State Is Not Going to a New Year’s Six Bowl

Soon-to-be-former Sun Belt Conference commissioner Karl Benson mentioned in a recent interview that in a universe where UCF is toppled by Memphis - a result we don't see happening, mind you-you might find Appalachian State winning the Sun Belt title and advancing not to the New Orleans Bowl, but to the Peach or Fiesta Bowl as … Continue reading Appalachian State Is Not Going to a New Year’s Six Bowl

What We Learned In Week Seven of the Group of Five

That's right people, I've had enough of parsing out six different articles each week going one conference at a time. Ain't nobody got time for that. Instead, we'll just roll with one nice long article that hits all the high points. Ready set go! American Athletic Conference USF is probably more lucky than good. They … Continue reading What We Learned In Week Seven of the Group of Five