Green grass, tied scoreboards, and unassailable optimism endlessly describe preseason college football. You as an avid fan need your fix this time of year, especially your appetite for South Atlantic Conference football. Go to your local drug store to find Lindy's and Sporting News magazines, only to see a small blurb about Division II football in the very back. I know what you're thinking, who is going to fill me in on the latest in week to week action across the SAC?
Have no fear.
Updated Today at 09:09 AM by Tommy Readling
In Part II of the preseason preview, I will discuss the conferenceís top half. The discussion is centered more on winning the championship.These are the six teams expected to contend for the crown:
6. Fayetteville State Broncos
Why they can win the conference: Fayetteville Stateís staff includes two championship-pedigreed coaches: Head Coach Richard Hayes, Jr. and Offensive Coordinator Duane Taylor. Both are transplants from arch-rival Winston-Salem State that know what
Signal Callers for the Ages
Having watched the Northern Sun pretty closely over the past handful of years, Iíve had the chance to cover 4 starting quarterbacks thatíve put up careers for the ages. Some might not realize this, but these 4 quarterbacks that have started since their freshman year and should all eclipse the 10,000 yard milestone this season. The celebrated quarterbacks of which I speak
Updated 08-26-2016 at 03:30 PM by Matt Witwicki
There comes a time in a suspenseful movie where a masked marauder playing as a main character is revealed. As your informal blogger for a year, I thoroughly enjoyed spending time covering the season and its many twists and turns. The CIAA certainly deserves quality coverage and I hope to continue to provide that same or better insightful coverage from week to week just like our venerable SR1 cast mates Chuck and Paul.
Now that we have exchanged pleasantries: welcome to the 2016 edition
Updated 08-25-2016 at 10:18 PM by Kris Ferguson
Time is a funny thing. On the one hand, it is hard to believe itís already been eight months since the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats hoisted the National Championship Trophy at Childrenís Mercy Park in Kansas City, but on the other hand, it sure has been a looooooooong eight months without D2 football, hasnít it? At long last, the time is almost upon us, as the 2016 season kicks off one week from today. I think we are in for another exciting season, with several teams having a realistic shot
Updated 08-25-2016 at 10:16 PM by Ian Carlson