College football can be like that. We get excited about a new recruit or a high-profile transfer only to those them on that massive 85-member roster.
This season, expectations have the team finishing 6th. Is that a fair prediction? I guess that’s what we’re here to discuss.
Last season, the joke among fans was that whoever played the Red Wolves that week was destined for a Conference Offensive Player of the Week award.
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.
His pocket square is immaculate. His hair is perfect. He’s the Werewolf of Jonesboro, and I’d like to meet his tailor.
On Day 1, when the SBC East took the stage, the two-fisted narratives were about winning championships and locking horns with the titans of the division. Day 2 was more about assuring fans that their day was coming.
I’m afraid to tell him that I picked the Dukes to finish last in the SBC East. On second thought, I doubt if he’d give a damn.
In addition to declaring the Sun Belt “the best autonomous five conference in college football,” Sun Belt Commissioner Keith Gill announced that the conference has expanded its media rights
My first prediction is that 2022 will be the most compelling season of football ever played by the Sun Belt.
Oh, Greg! You are such a card! I’m here to tell you though, the SEC is 100% looking to a 10-game conference schedule.