Does Texas State have a quarterback or possibly two quarterbacks able to step in for the departed Bradley George?
The initial impression of Bobcats head coach Brad Wright in wake of the team's [url=http://www.txstatebobcats.com/sports/m-footbl/recaps/032110aab.html]annual Maroon and Gold Scrimmage[/url] is a resounding yes.
"I thought we had two quarterbacks step up tonight and show that they can win some games for us next fall," said Wright. "They have
The [url=http://www.goutsa.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=13100&ATCLID=204907410]2011 schedule for UTSA is set[/url].
The Roadrunners, who [url=http://www.collegesportingnews.com/entry.php?31-UTSA-Throws-Curveball-Announces-FBS-Plan]plan to bypass the Southland Conference for Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) status[/url] as an independent, will take the field for the first time on Sept. 3, 2011 against Northeastern State. The Oklahoma school is the alma mater of head coach Larry
Whether Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) fans are going to appreciate it or not, a large part of this blog - especially during the football off-season - will focus on the happenings of several schools who are in the process or closely examining a move to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
To ignore the events is to ignore what could shape up to be the bricks and mortar of what the Southland Conference (SLC) becomes over the next five, 10, 15 years.
Updated 02-08-2010 at 06:23 PM by jplotkin
In the days since the UTSA announcement that they would be bypassing the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) for the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), even if that means they are an independent, there has been plenty of discussion.
One site - [url=http://www.utsatailgaters.com/]UTSATailgaters.com[/url] announced on their new section that the school's future schedule will include "Oklahoma State, Army, Air Force, Navy, SMU, and Houston, just to name a few. 2013 HOME OPENER
Updated 02-07-2010 at 04:39 PM by jplotkin
Just when you thought most of the discussion this off-season would strictly circulate around new coaches, recruiting and the Southland Conference efforts to land the Division I title game, UTSA completely veered the off-season chatter in a new direction.
UTSA, which plans to play their first season of intercollegiate football in 2011, announced through the [url=http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/college/local_colleges/UTSA_now_plans_to_go_it_alone_in_football.html]San Antonio Express-News[/url]
Updated 02-24-2010 at 12:02 PM by jplotkin