From Logan Bonner vs. Layne Hatcher to Hatcher vs. James Blackman, Arkansas State looks forward to its next QB battle.
I don't know about you, but I spend a lot of time looking at recruiting rankings. More time than I should. I still get pulled in by them. It's fun to pull anecdotal observations from them. Who decided to spend time in Florida? Who dipped into the JUCO pool? All recruits will need to be … Continue reading MAC Recruiting Battles: 2021 Class
West Virginia Mountaineers (5-4) vs. Army Black Knights (9-2) Start Time: 4:00 PM ESTLocation: Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TNTV: ESPNLine: West Virginia -7FPI: West Virginia 73.1%O/U: 41.5Series: Army leads 2-1 (last meeting in 1961) West Virginia The Mountaineers are an interesting team. They're good, but how good are they? They have one win against a team with a winning record this … Continue reading West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Army Black Knights-Liberty Bowl Preview, TV, Betting and More
For the first time since the early-2000s, there will be college football on Christmas, as Montgomery continues its strong Christmas Day football lineage with this year's Camellia Bowl. For many years, the city hosted the Blue-Gray Football Classic, an all-star game showcasing the best stars from small-schools and non-bowling schools. This year's game is a … Continue reading Christmas Magic Brings Former MAC Foes Together in Montgomery
This year, a Christmas Eve tradition looks a little different as Hawaii will play in the New Mexico Bowl at Frisco against Houston. Considering all the difficulties of travel this year, it is surprising that Hawaii will bowl on the mainland for only the third time ever. Good and Bad Memories on the Mainland Hawaii's … Continue reading 2020 Takes Another Strange Turn As Hawaii Bowls on the Mainland
Well, that was a fun two days... let's not do it again, though. After teams dropped out of bowl games Army was left stranded with no bowl game to go to despite their 9-2 record. Then Twitter happened. The frustration really started with this tweet: 2-8 South Carolina is in a bowl game but not … Continue reading A Two Day Twitter Assault Ends With Army Going to The Liberty Bowl
Yesterday, the back-end of the bowl schedule came out with much controversy all around. One party that benefitted was Conference USA. Between bowls announced before Championship Saturday and yesterday, the conference placed 7 teams in bowls, meaning a quarter of the bowl season will feature C-USA teams. No day this bowl season is bigger for … Continue reading Why December 26th is One of the Most Important Days in Recent Memory for C-USA
The trophy is coming back home, Army fans. For the third time in four years, Army beat both Air Force and Navy to take the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. This game was the most exciting, boring game of all time. Air Force opened the game by throwing a deep shot into double coverage on second down that … Continue reading Army Brings The Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy Home, Tops Air Force 10-7.
When the first wave of bowl matchups came up, the Montgomery Bowl chose to match Memphis and FAU together at the historic Cramton Bowl. The teams have met before, only once, in the 2007 New Orleans Bowl and if you told fans of both teams how much would change in the span of 13 years, … Continue reading For Memphis and FAU, the 2007 New Orleans Bowl Seems Like an Eternity Ago
I'm frustrated. I'm angry. I'm upset. I'm *insert other synonyms here*. I'm at the point where I wish I didn't care about college football as much as I do. The FBS level of college football has 130 teams, yet it actively ices out half of those teams from even having a chance to sniff a … Continue reading What’s The Point?