Following last night’s BCS national championship game, there are officially 234 days until the great sport of college football returns.
Unfortunately for Division II fans, there are 241 days until the first Saturday of games, because of the NCAA’s rule that no Division II team can start its season prior to Sept. 1.
That means the season won’t actually start until Thursday, Sept. 4, which is a mere 239 days away. The majority of teams will play Sept. 6, the first Saturday
Updated 01-10-2014 at 01:01 PM by Ed Hooper
Alan "Hank" Arrington, the current offensive line coach at the University of Akron, has reportedly passed away from injuries suffered in an automobile accident, according to multiple media reports.
Arrington, 43, spent six seasons at North Alabama, the last four as the offensive coordinator under coach Terry Bowden, now the head coach at Akron.
Arrington also coached at Northwest Mississippi Community College, after stints as a student assistant at Northwest Mississippi
Well, Bearcat fans… At least your trip to the D2 national title game will be a little shorter in years to come, if you continue this amazing stretch of success. (Why? --> http://tinyurl.com/n4cynvm)
For the 6th time in 9 years, Northwest Missouri State will head to Florence, Ala., to play for all the marbles. In the first five trips (in consecutive years between 2005 and 2009), they faced off with perennial D2 powerhouses like Grand Valley (3x), Minnesota Duluth and Valdosta State
Live United Texarkana Bowl: Texas A&M Commerce v. Harding
Final Score: Harding 44 Texas A&M Commerce 3
I was way off on the weather for this game. I should have done a weather report closer to game time. I caught the majority of this game on the live stream. I will have to say that I was dead on about this game being fought in the trenches. However, Harding clearly dominated the battle in the trenches and ran the ball very effectively against Commerce. I
Courtesy, UWA Athletics:
Record setting quarterback and University of West Alabama Athletic Hall of Fame member Brett Gilliland is coming home. UWA Director of Athletics Stan Williamson announced today that Gilliland has been hired as the 21st head football coach in school history.
Gilliland returns to West Alabama from Kennesaw State, where he was coaching quarterbacks. Previous coaching stops include Georgia Tech and Georgia Southern. He replaces Will Hall, who resigned
Updated 12-23-2013 at 05:21 PM by Ed Hooper