College sports are on a hiatus for the foreseeable future because of the COVID-19 virus, just like yesterday. Not having March Madness to watch sucks but never fear we compiled another list. This time it's of the Mountain West games you should rewatch to quench your thirst for sports. These are in no order, they're … Continue reading Five Mountain West Football Games to Re-Watch During the COVID-19 Break
College sports are on a hiatus for the foreseeable future because of the COVID-19 virus. Not having March Madness to watch sucks but we compiled a list of games you should rewatch to quench your thirst for sports. Appalachian State vs. Michigan 2007 If you don't enjoy this game, something is wrong with you. … Continue reading Five Great Sun Belt Football Games to Rewatch During the COVID-19 Break
We're talking about how college sports are on a hiatus for the foreseeable future because of the COVID-19 virus. Not having sports really stinks, but not having March Madness to watch sucks the absolute most this time of year. We went ahead and put together a re-watch list of games for each Group of Five … Continue reading Ten Mid-Major March Madness Games to Re-Watch During the COVID-19 Break
Surely this has to be the end for Chicago State University and their tenure as a participant in Division I athletics. Ever since the announcement came that the University of Missouri-Kansas City would be returning to the Summit League this summer, the writing was on the wall. But how did we get here, to begin … Continue reading It’s the End of Chicago State As We Know It… and I Feel Fine
In the six seasons that the College Football Playoff (CFP) has existed, there has been a lot of money made (by the schools, not the players of course). There has also been a great deal of ink spilled, increasingly so over the last few years, about how the system is not an improvement over its … Continue reading How Much Expansion is Too Much for the College Football Playoff?
So far we've taken a look at the attendance numbers that suggest that college football attendance is not a crisis in need of solving. At the same time, we also acknowledged that there are some clear downsides that make the gameday experience less deserving of the working man's dollar. In order to bring this idea … Continue reading Is College Football Attendance A Problem That Needs Fixing? Part Three
I talked in part one about how college football attendance isn't some massive crisis, because it isn't declining any more (and in some cases less) than any other major sport. I also noted that while the actual numbers on attendance aren't terribly concerning, there are obvious problems when it comes to getting people to attend … Continue reading Is College Football Attendance A Problem That Needs Fixing? Part Two
Charlotte Wilder over at Sports Illustrated posted an article 'delving deep' into how college football attendance is down, and it's a serious revenue issue that concerns college programs and is in need of fixing. It also states that schools are having difficulty addressing the problem because they're throwing solutions at the issue without really determining … Continue reading Is College Football Attendance A Problem That Needs Fixing? Part One
Several months ago, I published my Ideal College Football Structure - a plan for a near complete overhaul of the way college football's season works, coupled with an intensive conference realignment that gets all the teams into geographical alignment. I won't bore you by going over all the details again here though - if you … Continue reading An Ideal College Football Structure: Bowl Season Edition
Dan Morrison over at Underdog Dynasty made the very salient point that when it comes to Rivalry Weekend, there are a number of well-watched games out there: Egg Bowl Iron Bowl Battle for the Commonwealth Apple Cup Border War Red River Shootout There are others, but every game I listed, if you talk to a … Continue reading What Rivalries Will Work for the American Athletic Conference?