2021 Conference USA Standings Predictions

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The Conference USA has been dominated by UAB from a consistent perspective with making it to the last three championship games while winning two of those. However, the depth of the league appears to be much stronger with Florida Atlantic, UTSA, and Western Kentucky all improving. Additionally, Marshall brings back a lot of returning starters […] READ MORE


Buffalo Wins Camellia Bowl

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Just like past editions, the 2020 Camellia Bowl delivered a competitive game that came down to the final minutes. The Buffalo Bulls were able to pull out a 17-10 win over the Marshall Thundering Herd on a cold Christmas Day in Montgomery at the legendary Cramton Bowl. This was the first time since the 2003 […] READ MORE


2020 Camellia Bowl Preview

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College football fans will be getting a special Christmas present in the 2020 Camellia Bowl. This will be the second bowl game played at the legendary Cramton Bowl in two days and will be televised by ESPN with a 1:30 p.m. Central start time. The seventh edition of the game will feature a pair of […] READ MORE


Week Fourteen Midweek Musings

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With just a few weeks to go in the season (and, thankfully, 2020) it’s time for Week Fourteen Midweek Musings. Coastal Carolina-BYU Let’s start with some love for the non-Power Five. This game came together within days, after Liberty had to back out of their match-up with Coastal due to COVID. BYU stepped in, and […] READ MORE


Bowl Projections Following Week 11

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Bowl Projections Following Week 11 Another Week of Cancelations Once again this past week college football was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, much like the entire country. In total 13 games were canceled including four in the SEC alone. In addition, two of the four teams in the playoff had their games canceled. It […] READ MORE


1970: Georgia’s 10 Game Season

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A 10-game season seems incredibly bizarre in our modern day of college football. However, it is not unheard of. The last time the Georgia Bulldogs played just a 10-game season was in 1970. The NCAA did allow teams to schedule 11 games for the first time in 1970, but Georgia chose to remain at the […] READ MORE


A Look Back at Youngstown State’s 1991 Championship Run

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Youngstown State’s 1991 Championship Run College football is about five months away, but the start of the off-season with recruiting and spring ball has been on hold due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.  With barely any sports going on at the moment, it’s a good time to go back to the past and recap […] READ MORE


UCF Wins The Gasparilla Bowl

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UCF Wins The Gasparilla Bowl Despite the wind, rain, and low attendance, UCF beat Marshall in the Gasparilla Bowl. From the start, it seemed Marshall’s hopes at retaining its undefeated bowl record under Doc Holliday were doomed. As we predicted in our preview, UCF proved too much on all sides of the ball. As a […] READ MORE


Former Foes Meet in the Gasparilla Bowl

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Former Foes Meet in the Gasparilla Bowl On Monday, December 23, two former conference foes meet in the Gasparilla Bowl. The Marshall Thundering Herd and the UCF Knights square off at Raymond Jones Stadium in Tampa. The matchup begins and 2:30 p.m., and ESPN will televise the game. The two programs are familiar both with […] READ MORE


Gasparilla Bowl Recap: Marshall Proved Too Much for South Florida

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Charlie Strong’s South Florida Bulls did their very best to make a game of their Gasparilla Bowl matchup with the Marshall Thundering Herd. Doc Holliday’s team simply proved too much as they punctuated a victory in the fourth quarter. And, just like that, Marshall won its seventh straight bowl game. The Thundering Herd, in fact, […] READ MORE