The college football season is rapidly approaching. Throughout the Gulf South Conference, fans are eager to get the season started.
To help get everyone ready for the upcoming season, I'll be posting team-by-team preview stories to the blog in the coming days. The stories will be posted in alphabetical order of team names. The dates the stories will be posted, on a team-by-team basis, is listed below.
The previews include the names of key players, story-lines to watch
Itís hard to remember a year in recent history where so many talented quarterbacks are set to return in the same season to lead their respective Gulf South Conference teams.
This season might turn out to be the year of the quarterback in the GSC, with so many talented and decorated signal callers returning to the gridiron.
When speaking with media during preseason interviews, several Gulf South Conference coaches noted the obvious talent that will be playing in the quarterback
Updated Yesterday at 05:10 PM by Ed Hooper
Hello there, Gulf South Conference football fans. It's mid-June, meaning that in just over a month-and-a-half GSC teams will open fall camp and football season will be here before we know it.
I'm sorry I haven't posted anything in a few weeks. For those who don't know, let me fill you in on my life since April. I got married April 26, began a new full-time career as a firefighter in Cobb County (Ga.) on May 12, moved June 12 and have been adjusting to a new job, a wife and a new home.
While none heard their name called during the three-day spectacle that is the NFL Draft, all are still at least going to get a shot during training camp to make a roster.
Five former Gulf South Conference players have signed free agent contracts with NFL teams, all signing just a few hours after the completion of the seventh round in New York.
Valdosta State led the way with three players signing free agent deals. Wide receivers Gerald Ford (Cleveland Browns) and Seantavious
Updated 05-18-2014 at 11:20 AM by Ed Hooper
Florida Tech will face Tarleton State University at AT&T Stadium ó formerly known as Cowboys Stadium ó Sept. 20 as part of the LoneStar Football Festival. The game will kickoff at 6 p.m. Eastern in Arlington, Texas.
The announcement of the game versus TSU added to the Panthers' 2014 schedule, and came a few days after the other nine games were announced by the school's athletic department.
Florida Tech will be the second Gulf South Conference team to compete in the football
Updated 05-18-2014 at 11:24 AM by Ed Hooper