For a second year in a row only six former FCS players were selected in the NFL Draft. This year seemed to be even more small-minded of the NFL as they stuck to drafting five from the Missouri Valley, including three former NDSU Bison, and one from the Southland Conferences. While the NFL was timid […]
Florida A&M punter Greg “Coffin Corner” Coleman did his job with a level of expertise that has landed him a spot in the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
In the end, even the wind was no match for Renaldo Nehemiah.
Jerry Claiborne, a former assistant coach for Bryant, and later the head coach at Kentucky said, “Sam Cunningham did more to integrate Alabama in 60 minutes than Martin Luther King Jr. did in 20 years.”
Maynard, who became an outstanding dual-sport standout for the Miners while at Texas Western, was front and center for plenty of history in professional football.
It has long been said that when one door closes another door opens. Few people know the validity of that adage better than Bob Talamini.
While any notion of Pearson leaving a mark in football may have been the furthest thing on his mind after graduating from high school, his legacy in the NFL is secured for all time.
Dear NFL, Why? Why was there such a distrust of the FCS in this year’s NFL Draft? What was it that made the FCS so undesirable?– Bad grades from scouts?– Coaches worried about the strength of the schedule?– GM/Owners worried about the “lower division” talent? The previous low was 13 picks last year. A new […]
While our lives are put on hold by COVID let’s get a discussion piece going. FCS players are often discounted as a lower division athlete. I thought it might paint a clearer picture of the FCS player contributions by making this list. Hopefully, NFL teams will continue to see the value of FCS players in […]
College Sports Journal 2020 NFL Draft Preview of Group of FIve Schools