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
The Bearcats came in as 6 point favorites on the road vs Connecticut, in what seemed to be a must-win game. Cincinnati is staying alive in the AAC regular season title race, just 1 game back from the Houston Cougars. Today was a big help, getting their 3rd straight win, and improving to 5-1 this … Continue reading Bearcats Survive Connecticut
Can Loyola-Chicago capture the magic of their 1963 National Title or will Miami's athleticism be too much?
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.
Finally, the Sun Belt will have a championship game. It was easy to see coming, with SBC commissioner Karl Benson working for the past several years to increase and consolidate the Sun Belt footprint so that a championship made both common and fiscal sense. With the 2017 Spring Meeting came the official word: the Sun Belt … Continue reading Sun Belt Spring Meeting Recap and Penetrating Analysis!
Let's not hide from this. At the beginning of the season, I wrote a Sun Belt Baseball Preview boldly titled Best Hardball in the Group of Five. That's pretty ballsy, you guys, but the Sun Belt was the home of the defending national champion and it featured a perennial powerhouse Ragin Cajuns plus emerging superstar South Alabama. So … Continue reading Sun Belt Baseball Tourney Preview, Season Recap and Stuff
The San Diego Bowl Game Association board of directors decided that producing more than one bowl game was too taxing an ordeal. On Wednesday, the board announced it would be putting 100% focus on The Holiday Bowl while dumping the 18-year-old Poinsettia Bowl. The Holiday Bowl wasn't going anywhere because of its lucrative tradition-rich Pac-12/Big 10 … Continue reading Little Rock has a second chance to host a college bowl game