Last month, I posted an article titled The Red Wolves Aren’t Good at Anything. The frustration was justified. The broad brush with which it was applied was not.
In the spring, the baseball team will lose to somebody like SEMO and we’ll say “Well, SEMO always has a strong baseball team!” and that will be that.
The Sun Belt’s honorary position of FCS Elevator Operator has run its course to glorious fruition. We did our part. Our watch is over.
He seemed much like his moniker suggests – a quiet, almost Puritanical man of principle and virtue.
We must pluck for the darkness every particle of light necessary to sustain our life force. Look upon this hastily written post as your sherpa to enlightenment.
The emotional support sports of track, bowling, soccer and golf are hosting backyard barbecues while we’re patiently helping football, basketball and baseball choose a biceps tattoo.
Fans need something. If you’re rebuilding on the gridiron, give us a competitive team on the diamond. If the men’s basketball program is struggling, have a women’s team capable of giving us something to cheer for
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Poetic justice, if Karl Benson every thought to pen some poetry.
It was Sun Belt Entropy at its entropiest. Combined with Louisiana’s win over Georgia Southern, the much maligned Sun Belt West got an early jump on the East, a condition that may not last but so what? This is why we love the damn Sun Belt; chaos. Embrace it.