By David Coulson
Executive Editor/Managing Partner
College Sporting News
HARRISONBURG, Va. — It isn't often that you watch a football game on a given Saturday and are left trying to figure out its implications nearly a week later, but that's where I find myself as I attempt to dissect last Saturday's 13-10 victory by No. 5 Deleware at No. 3 James Madison in Colonial Athletic Association play.
But then it isn't often that an All-American quarterback gets
One of the things I love about Thursday nights is being able to pull up a chair, eat some dinner and watch the weekly Football Championship Subdivision game on ESPNU.
Tonight's contest from the Southwestern Athletic Conference will be Prairie View at Arkansas-Pine Bluff. It is pretty much a make-or-break game for both teams as they try to stay in the SWAC championship race.
Coming off its first league title since the Palaeolithic age, Prairie View has struggled to
LYNCHBURG, Va. — The equivalent of the Hollywood premier in the Football Championship Subdivision in the past few years is the grand opening of new, or refurbished stadiums.
This year alone, we have seen Southern Illinois and Richmond open new stadiums, while last year featured the unveiling of renovated digs for schools such as Appalachian State and Old Dominion.
On this Saturday, the big premier is at Liberty University, where the Flames are unveiling the brand
Updated 10-02-2010 at 08:01 PM by dcoulson
HARRISONBURG, Va. — Covering a Football Championship Subdivision game at noon on Saturday takes a little different preparation, particularly when you have to drive four and a half hours to the heart of Duke Dog country.
I was up by 5 a.m. and on the road about an hour later, journeying across the Pennsylvania Turnpike and then down Interstate 81.
Fortunately, these early-morning, Saturday football drives are made a little more pleasant by my trusty XM Satellite Radio,
It isn't often that I decide to skip watching a game in person to watch it on TV instead. But that's what I decided to do tonight as Delaware State hosted Hampton on ESPNU.
It is a night better suited for Ducks, than Hornets, or Pirates. It's been raining hard here in the Philly area since the afternoon and the weather has been equally as frightful down in Dover, Delaware.
That has led to some sloppy play on both sides. It was 0-0 through much of the first three quarters