I realized I haven't made a post in a while, so I figured now was as good of a time to make a post as ever. There are actually some things going on right in the world of GSC football. Teams are opening up spring football and some former players have re-signed with professional teams, while others have signed contracts with new teams.
There are several teams that have already opened spring football. Currently, Florida Tech (opened March 10), North Alabama (started Feb. 17 and spring
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
Much like he did at West Alabama, Will Hall is bringing an 11-game schedule to West Georgia.
Hall, who was named the new football coach at West Georgia in November, released the Wolves' 2014 schedule on Tuesday afternoon. The season begins in Carrollton Sept. 6 against Mars Hill and continues with a road game Sept. 13 at Miles.
The Wolves host Johnson C. Smith Sept. 20, before visiting Clark Atlanta on Sept. 27.
West Georgia opens conference play Oct. 4 with
On the heels of a run in the Division II playoffs, the University of North Alabama has announced its 2014 football schedule.
The Lions, who earned a share of the Gulf South Conference championship in 2013, open the season with a bye week Sept. 6 before taking to the road Sept. 13 for a league game against newcomer Mississippi College.
UNA returns home for three straight home games, starting Sept. 20 against Langston and continuing Sept. 27 against Valdosta State and Oct.