Around the Dog Park is our daily round up of G5 football news around the internet. Feel free to submit any news we may have missed in the comments section.
- Temple is highlighted in a feature on how beneficial a successful football program is to a university. Exposure is everything folks.
- Take a look at the facilities for every FBS program in Texas.
- Hassan Childs, the USF football player who was shot over the weekend, has been dismissed by Charlie Strong.
- With Riley Ferguson entrenched as the starting quarterback the competition to be his backup rages on with Brady Davis returning from a knee injury suffered last year.
- Houston held their Pro Day yesterday and with all eyes on Greg Ward’s transition to wide receiver, it was Brandon Wilson who stole the show.
- Randy Edsall wants a faster pace on offense which could in turn get his defense acclimated to the uptempo offenses in the AAC.
- Western Kentucky basketball player Justin Johnson will see if he can succeed on the gridiron as he wants to participate in spring practice as a tight end.
- The Marshall Athletic Hall of Fame has announced their new members and Ahmad Bradshaw is one of them.
- In other Marshall news, Doc Holliday has weeded out some players this spring following last year’s 3-9 season.
- Foreman Field is still a work in progress at Old Dominion, but progress is being made nonetheless.
- FAU’s offense isn’t going to be Kiffin’s or Briles’, but rather a mixture of both of their philosophies.