The 79th annual NFL Draft is taking place this weekend at famed Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Over the three day period, a total of 256 college football players will realize a life-long dream of having a chance to play professional football. Thursday night was packed full of star power and garish suits as each first round pick stepped to the stage to great the commissioner and about 5,000 flashbulbs.
Now that the primetime dog and pony show is over, the real work begins
Updated 05-10-2014 at 05:22 PM by Chuck Bitner
Florida Tech will face Tarleton State University at AT&T Stadium — formerly known as Cowboys Stadium — 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
On May 8th 2014, the NFL draft will begin. While no D2 prospects are expected to go in the first round a few of them are likely to be picked during the seven rounds. Zach Moore is one of them.
For those that don't know of Zach Moore, he was basically the defensive player that NSIC football coaches worried the most about. At 6-5 and 269lbs, Zach is an athletic pass rusher who tallied 33 sacks
Updated 04-27-2014 at 10:20 PM by Matt Witwicki
Last week when the news came down the Todd Hoffner was going to be given his job back at Mankato few thought there was any real chance he would take it. Not after the way the MSU-Mankato suits saw to it that he was left to fight child pornography allegations on his own, and then eventually fired their head coach after he was cleared of the crime. The idea of Todd Hoffner returning to the place that seemingly
Updated 04-17-2014 at 01:39 PM by Matt Witwicki
It's not too often a Division II team is mentioned on an ESPN telecast, especially on the network's hit show "College Football Live," which generally focuses on premier Division I programs. But on Wednesday, that changed when Delta State garnered some attention thanks to its, wait for it, mascot -- the Statesmen.
Of course, the school's nickname is the Statesmen, but unofficially the school uses a Fighting Okra mascot. See this video to jog your memory.
Updated 04-16-2014 at 05:20 PM by Ed Hooper