- The University of Texas at Tyler is applying to move up to Division II NCAA classification. If approved, they will proceed with starting a football program.
- While Monday’s National Championship Consolation game featured a thrilling finish, various problems continue to plague the sport of college football.
- After Houston passed the starting quarterback honors to D’Eriq King he played at elite levels in several different statistical categories.
- UCF finished the season ranked #1 in the Colley Matrix ranking.
- The Knights grabbed a huge tight end prospect and were able to get him on campus as a preferred walk-on despite scholarship offers from several FBS programs.
- Tulsa landed a great player as former Baylor quarterback Zach Smith has transferred to join the Golden Hurricane.
- The UTEP Miners have filled out their staff with both experienced coaching veterans and young guys getting their first shot as full time coaches.
- There’s still a long ways to go but UAB is now a step closer to getting a new football stadium in Birmingham.
- Here’s a good entry interview with Charlotte’s new offensive coordinator Shane Montgomery.
- Florida Atlantic was snubbed out of the final top 25 ranking of the year.
- North Texas will need to replace some really good players but here are three reasons they could still improve on their 2017 season.
- Looking back at Rice’s Trevor Cobb’s career.
FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA TEAM— UAB Football (@UAB_FB) January 8, 2018
Spencer Brown becomes UAB’s first Freshman All-America honoree in school history! pic.twitter.com/wj58YP5NJ0
- Troy head coach Neal Brown is reportedly an option for the Arizona head coaching job
A side note from the National Championship: multiple sources have told me that Neal Brown has interviewed at #Arizona and is a top candidate on their list for the next HC.— Maria Martin (@Ria_Martin) January 9, 2018