esson on how College Bowl Games work. Plus, we plow through Week 2 results, prognosticate Week 3, touch on realignment and…why is it so hard to get a hotdog at a Cajuns game?
On the latest Fun Belt Podcastt, Adam Hunsucker, Warhawks beat writer for the News Star, helps us beak down ULM’s loss to Kentucky and assess the future of the program. Plus, Warhawks slot receiver Boogie Knight joins us to talk NIL, Sun Belt and Louisiana humidity.
Florida transfer James Blackman started for Arkansas State against Central Arkansas on Saturday night. Blackman wasn’t playing poorly, exactly, but early in the third quarter, the score was only 13-7 Red Wolves midway through the third quarter. After Blackman was forced to retire to the sideline after briefly losing his helmet, Hatcher took over the offensive and immediately flicked a 34 yard TD pass to Corey Rucker – who would go on to record two more Hatcher to Rucker scores. In a quarter and a half of work, Hatcher threw 4 touchdown and went a perfect 12/12 for a fantastic 315 QB rating. It’s hard to imagine Hatcher not starting next week against Memphis.
On the latest Fun Belt Podcast, Cajuns beat writer for the Daily Advertiser Tim Buckley stirs the gumbo on Louisiana’s quest to unseat the Chanticleers as Sun Belt champions. Episode 10 is best listened with beignet in one hand and another beignet in the other hand.
‘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 […]
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.
The Sun Belt has emerged from 2020’s ooze like a Greek god from an enormous seashell. We have a CVS receipt of reasons to love the Sun Belt. Why screw up a good thing? Unless we’re talking about adding members (which would be ideal), there’s honestly little reason to leave a conference that with a ceiling g so high.