‘Tis witches and warlocks in Conway? On the latest Fun Belt Podcast, the Voice of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Joe Cashion makes a passionate case for mere mortal talent and skill – not dark magics – led to Coastal’s magic 2020 Season. Presto! Episode 9 reveals all!
Is there a college football conference hotter than the Sun Belt? Fun Belt Podcast ambuscades Sun Belt Commissioner Keith Gill in Episode 8 and squeezes him for answers to the universes’ most pressing questions!
Who are the Red Wolves? What are the Red Wolves? Why are the Red Wolves? Fun Belt Podcast sifts through the clues regarding the Sun Belt’s most mysterious team. Joined by Wolf Den’s Jay Bir and Wolf Howls’ Kara Richey, we deploy all available sleuthing skills in Episode 7.
For years, I’ve dubbed the most dominating SBC football programs “The Sun Belt Sheriff,” identifying who wears the […]
Fun Belt Podcast continues to add to its spice rack with a zesty peek into what the hell is going on at Appalachian State. Heisman Trophy and AP Top 25 voter Ethan Joyce joins us in the kitchen for Episode 6 where we slice into the Mountaineers’ tasty cake.
un Belt Podcast dares to ask the most penetrating queries in the Sun Belt, and we’re not afraid to rough-up anyone to crack the case. In Episode 5, we bring Brant Freeman in for interrogation, and believe me, he cracked! Oh, yeah. He cracked.
Fun Belt Podcast dug deep into the mysteries of the Sun Belt in Episode 4, recruiting Chris Vannini of The Athletic to parse the tea leaves of realignment, the USA Today Coaches Poll, and something about SBC Commissioner Keith Gill personally wooing Marshall
culture is new. The coaching staff is new. The Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics is new. But the program is seeking an old result – a return to Sun Belt dominance. It begins September 4.
Fun Belt Podcast solved the mystery of the South Alabama Jaguars in Episode 3 with the help of Jag scribes Creg Stephenson (AI.com) and Doug Konkel (JagsJungle.com). Here’s some of what we learned:
The SEC has scanned the landscape and decided that bigger is better; the more, the merrier. The SEC has all the money in the world, but all isn’t enough. Texas and Oklahoma lines the golden coffers with more gold. Size matters now, and if we’re going to survive, we need size.