Ok, so by now you already know that the Mavs from Mankato won the guys side and that the ladies from Concordia were tourney winners also. This column isn't going to be reviewing each game, but instead talking about the experience of a football guy who went to watch 3 of the 4 days of the event.
Now I'll be the first to say that I'm a far bigger small college football fan than I am a hoops person.
Updated 03-07-2014 at 12:37 PM by Matt Witwicki
Tremaine Jackson was named the Defensive Coordinator for the USF Cougars shortly after the dismissal of the 2013 USF Defensive Coordinator Robert Tucker. "Tuck" had led the defense for only one year, but the young defense struggled and had 3 games in which the opponent scored over 40 points. The defense also didn't have a strong season creating takeaways.
The USF Defense had always been
Updated 03-04-2014 at 12:15 PM by Matt Witwicki
By now you all know the back story here, so I'm not going to dwell on the past. I personally was starting to think Todd Hoffner's situation had become toxic enough that he might not get another head coaching job, much less one in our league. Needless to say, having followed this story since it broke in August of 2012 and I'm personally thrilled for Coach Hoffner and his family that Minot State University has
Updated 02-24-2014 at 10:31 PM by Matt Witwicki
It was a historic moment at the University of West Florida earlier this month when the school officially introduced its first-ever head football coach. The Argonauts hired Pete Shinnick as the program's first coach. Shinnick will be in charge of recruiting the school's first-ever class and eventually leading the program onto the football field for the 2016 season.
Shinnick knows the Gulf South Conference well, after playing against various members throughout his time at North Carolina-Pembroke,
National Signing Day is a big day in college football, and that's especially true in the Gulf South Conference. Each school has been posting their up-to-date signings on their respective web pages, while many of the coaches and teams have gone to Twitter to post the names, information and pictures of their future players.
Rather than posting each name on the blog, here are the links to the team's pages:
Updated 02-05-2014 at 02:23 PM by Ed Hooper