Cincinnati travels to SMU tonight for a key conference matchup. SMUs 13-13 is not a good representation on the teams ability. They played the Bearcats tight last meeting, as UC escaped with a 5 point home win. Tonight, expect a game similar to last meeting on February 2nd. Need to Know Where: SMU (Dallas, TX) … Continue reading Cincinnati vs SMU- Preview
Georgia Southern Eagles (14-5, 5-1) @ Georgia State Panthers (13-6, 4-2) Where: GSU Sports Arena, The A Ticket Link - https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/georgiastate/EN/buy/details/17MB0120 Radio: 1340AM, 103.7FM TV: ESPN3, WSAV (In Savannah market) Line: TBD, GS 8-2 ATS in the last 10 games, GSU 2-8 ATS in the last 10 games All-Time Series: Georgia Southern leads 35–18 Saturday is … Continue reading Georgia Southern vs. Georgia State Preview
Georgia Southern men's basketball is finally at the end of its non-conference schedule. They finished November and December with a respectable 9-4 record (7-4 vs. DI) with wins over Wake Forest, George Mason, and Cal State Bakersfield on their resume. The Eagles start their Sun Belt slate Friday night at Troy and Sunday afternoon at … Continue reading Catching Up with Georgia Southern Eagles Basketball
Georgia Southern released their Men's Basketball schedule this week. Practice has started. It's that time of year. It's time to look ahead to basketball. The out-of-conference slate is headlined by Wake Forest....and well, not much else (George Mason?). It includes games against Bluefield State and Tennessee Wesleyan, among others. Not the most challenging collection of … Continue reading Sneak Peak at the 2017-18 Georgia Southern Basketball Season
When the Mississippi State Bulldogs finally dispatched the Southern Miss Golden Eagles forty-eight minutes after midnight on Tuesday morning, the Group of Five lost its last shot at advancing to the 2017 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals. Eliminated early were San Diego State (Mountain West), South Alabama (Sun Belt), UCF (American), Houston (American) and Ohio (MAC). … Continue reading The Group of Five needs to think out of the gridiron.