Well, that's annoying. I was always under the impression that the entire purpose of switching from traditional cable providers to streaming services - cutting the cord, as they say - was done as an intended tradeoff. I pay less money to the person who provides my television channels, and in return, they give me fewer … Continue reading TV Streaming Options for Group of Five Fans
Forgotten5 is going to be entering into its fifth year of operation in a month, and as always, things will be different. It will be different in a few specific ways, but those are far less important right now, other than one in particular. At the end of May, we committed that we would refrain … Continue reading We’re Coming Back, But We’re Not Forgetting Anything
Forgotten 5 will not be posting content on the website in June. Some things are bigger than sports. #VoidForFloyd https://t.co/v4m4n22d3j — Forgotten5 (@RememberF5) May 31, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Earlier this morning I published an article detailing my feelings about everything happening right now, so I won't get into that. If you want to read it click … Continue reading Forgotten 5 Will Stop On-Site Content For the Month of June: A Void For Floyd
Lately, one of the most interesting debates in college football is whether or not the American has the merits of a sixth power conference, attempting to fill the void the Big East left itself. The American is arguably the preeminent Group of Five conference, distancing itself from the pack. It also helps that it's the … Continue reading The 16-Team Western Athletic Conference was the AAC 1.0
On Monday, UConn announced they reached a deal with CBS Sports Network to broadcast their home games until 2023. While the first year of the deal will broadcast four home games, the network will carry the Huskies' full slate in the remaining years. The question of who would carry UConn's home games loomed heavy ever … Continue reading Analyzing UConn’s New TV Deal
This week, Chris Jans pulled his name out of the East Tennessee State job candidacy. Given the potential for a raise as well as the chance to take over a program last coached by his good friend Steve Forbes, this was surprising to many outside Las Cruces. ETSU has, as NM State athletic director Mario … Continue reading Should Chris Jans Have Gone to East Tennessee State?
From Boise to the League Boise has long been a place where players have successfully developed before moving on to the NFL as draft picks or undrafted players. Since 2010, Boise has had 26 players taken in the NFL draft. While some of those players have starred at their respective teams, others have had careers … Continue reading A New Legion Of Broncos
The WAC recently announced it would allow transitioning teams to participate in their conference tournament. This is a bigger deal than it may seem at the surface for several reasons. For those that are not familiar, the NCAA has rules regarding schools transitioning from Division II to Division I. They require a four year "transition … Continue reading The WAC Does the Right Thing and Allows Transitioning Teams in Their Tournament.
This is something that was done over at CollegeAD a number of years ago, and we thought, when we were asked to do something similar, why the heck not? We know how to rank things, too! Every day in the media, you see stories about intercollegiate athletics programs taking pay cuts, eliminating positions, furloughs to … Continue reading College Athletics’ Top Ten Fundraising Athletic Directors
EDITORS NOTE: This topic has recently resurfaced with the study brought out from Old Dominion. While I personally will choose to believe this was primarily a study used to justify the shut-down of wrestling, it has brought geographic realignment - a worthwhile pursuit in my book - back to the table. Here's my thoughts, updated … Continue reading Geographic Realignment Could Be a Worthwhile Pursuit for the Group of Five