- Our friends at Down the Drive are ranking all the uniforms in college football.
- New Mexico State will finally be hiring a full 10-member coaching staff, catching up to the rest of the FBS.
- Paul Petrino has made a few updates to his coaching staff at Idaho.
- The Vandal’s video director was named the Sun Belt Conference Video Coordinator of the Year.
- East Tennessee head coach Randy Sanders has been placed on administrative leave following accusations of him assaulting a player on his roster.
- Liberty and North Carolina have announced a three game football series.
- Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear has been placed on 60-day administrative leave after failing to appropriately respond to claims of sexual assault made against a Vandal football player.
- Here’s an interesting look into how universities dupe us into blind allegiance to our alma maters in the face of scandals.
- UCF’s pro day stole the show from Gainesville and Tallahassee as the media flocked to Orlando to check out Shaquem Griffin.
- Former UH head coach Tony Levine is now franchising a Chic Fil A location in Houston. Weird.
- Walk-on cornerback Clayton Johnson could be a major player for UTSA this season as the Roadrunners graduate two senior starters.
- Tre Stiggers has the explosiveness needed to be a breakout candidate for North Texas in 2018.
- This is an awesome gesture by FAU as they seek to raise funds for the families affected by the Stoneman Douglas shooting.
- Keep an eye on Rice running back Nahshon Ellerbee this season.
- FAU running back Kerrith Whyte is focusing on becoming a more well-rounded back this season.
Per Middle Tennessee schedule, game vs. WKU moved to Friday 11/2. https://t.co/xQgPV5JpjH— Matt Sarzyniak (@mattsarz) April 3, 2018
- The Troy Trojans should have one of the most formidable kick return units in college football this year.
- Details on the ESPN+ service that will have exclusive rights to many Sun Belt games are starting to make it out into the public. Seems like a solid value at a low asking price.
- T.J. Beford brings elusive height to a Texas State wide receiver unit that has fallen on the short side in recent years.