(Photos Courtesy UNA Athletics)
Last year, UNA, in Coach Bobby Wallace’s third season back in Florence, continued their winning ways with another conference title, their second consecutive. Yet, the 2014 season saw numerous close games for the Lions and a host of injuries to the veteran team.
North Alabama finished the regular season 9-1 and made their record-tying 19th appearance in the D2 Playoffs. They will look to move even farther
Updated 07-26-2015 at 10:35 PM by Andy Davis
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Mississippi College has just been approved by the NCAA to begin their Provisional Year (third year) of transition back to Division II. The Choctaws’ football program used to be a powerhouse in the GSC and division. Yet, after 18 years in D3, they didn’t fare well during their first year back in conference and D2 gridiron action.
Second year Coach John Bland will be looking to improve upon the Choctaws’
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Upstart GSC-affiliate Florida Institute of Technology has shown some big heart in just two years in the conference. They played everyone strong last season, finishing 6-5, as Coach Steve Englehart shared the GSC Coach of the Year award.
The Panthers will be looking to improve upon their competitive play last year and earn some wins against the upper part of the conference. Of course, the GSC was very strong
Updated 07-13-2015 at 11:35 AM by Andy Davis
In Coach Todd Cooley's second year in Cleveland, Delta State University went 9-2, won their seventh conference title and made their eighth playoff appearance.
The Statesmen will be looking to do much of the same this year and advance even further into the playoffs. Cooley also won his second consecutive GSC Coach of the Year accolade, while Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator Joel Williams was named AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year for Division II.
Updated 07-13-2015 at 10:59 AM by Andy Davis
(Photos Courtesy of UWF Athletics and Pensacola News Journal)
While the University of West Florida is still over a year away from officially taking the field in Gulf South Conference action, there's certainly plenty going on in Pensacola toward preparation for 2016.
In January 2014, UWF President, Dr. Judy Bense, pulled somewhat of a coup when hiring away the very successful and proven program-builder, Pete Shinnick, from the University
Updated 06-30-2015 at 11:24 AM by Andy Davis