The trophy is coming back home, Army fans. For the third time in four years, Army beat both Air Force and Navy to take the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. This game was the most exciting, boring game of all time. Air Force opened the game by throwing a deep shot into double coverage on second down that … Continue reading Army Brings The Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy Home, Tops Air Force 10-7.
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What’s The Point?
I'm frustrated. I'm angry. I'm upset. I'm *insert other synonyms here*. I'm at the point where I wish I didn't care about college football as much as I do. The FBS level of college football has 130 teams, yet it actively ices out half of those teams from even having a chance to sniff a … Continue reading What’s The Point?
Air Force Falcons vs. Army Black Knights-Preview, TV, Betting and More
Air Force Falcons (3-2) vs. Army Black Knights (8-2) Start Time: 3:30 PM ESTLocation: Michie Stadium, West Point, NYTV: CBSSNLine: Air Force -2.5FPI: Army 52.1%O/U: 37Series: Air Force leads 37-16 (Army won 2 of the last 3) Air Force Air Force's starting QB from last season Donald Hammond III entered the transfer portal a few months ago and the team has cycled … Continue reading Air Force Falcons vs. Army Black Knights-Preview, TV, Betting and More
The Army/Air Force Football Game Will Be Called Off
From what I have been told, Army/Air Force will be called off due to a COVID-19 outbreak. H/t to @BrentBriggeman who was on it first. — Alex Funderburke (@AlexFunderburke) November 5, 2020 A COVID-19 outbreak will cost both teams a Commander-in-Chief's Trophy game. Brent Briggeman was the first to break the story. I have since talked … Continue reading The Army/Air Force Football Game Will Be Called Off
Most Interesting Modern Group of Five Champs: 2012 Utah State
During the off-season, Forgotten Five has decided to do some research. We launched a multi-part series looking at some of the Group of Five's most unique conference champions. Teams such as Boise's great teams, the 2004 and 2008 Utah teams, and Hawaii's 2007 team receive so much attention as the Group of Five's greatest teams … Continue reading Most Interesting Modern Group of Five Champs: 2012 Utah State
An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape
On June 29th, Pat Forde published an article for Sports Illustrated titled "America, Realigned: A Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape". The idea was there as far as a reimagining, but his execution was poor. He brought up North Dakota State, but then cut 11 FBS programs; UTEP, Texas State, UTSA, South Alabama, Louisiana-Monroe, Bowling … Continue reading An Even More Radical Reimagining of the NCAA Landscape
Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane
Next month will mark the beginning of our fifth year of existence, and we've been fortunate that the insanity of this year hasn't torpedoed our existence much yet (looking at you, 2020 CFB season). One of the things we're looking to do going forward is to spend more time looking backward. That is definitely going … Continue reading Forgotten5 Wants to Take You Down Memory Lane
Your Group of Five Team as a European Soccer Club
When you don't have your usual sports, you tend to find alternative ways to entertain yourself. I have always had an affinity for European soccer dating back almost 20 years. I spent a year overseas in South Korea, and while over there my sports viewing options consisted of either watching English Premier League soccer at … Continue reading Your Group of Five Team as a European Soccer Club
A New Legion Of Broncos
From Boise to the League Boise has long been a place where players have successfully developed before moving on to the NFL as draft picks or undrafted players. Since 2010, Boise has had 26 players taken in the NFL draft. While some of those players have starred at their respective teams, others have had careers … Continue reading A New Legion Of Broncos
A Personal Ode to College Football
One of my hands pressed up against the lukewarm interior window of our Subaru as we inclined slightly onto the Broadway Bridge. My drifting pair of eyes settled on the edge of the metal railing, where a textured blue scarf etched its way out into the horizon. Albertsons Stadium peeked over the trees lining the … Continue reading A Personal Ode to College Football