Since 2016, in fact, no preseason divisional winner (predicted by the media poll by the conference) has finished atop of their division standings.
The Monarchs started the season at just 1-6 (although the one win was over the ACC’s Virginia Tech) but rallied to a 3-2 end to finish the season at 4-8 overall (2-6 C-USA) and its second straight losing season.
Five players including Blake LaRussa from Old Dominion, Jordan Love from Utah State, Mitchell Guadagni from Toledo, William Bradley-King from Arkansas State, and Reggie Roberson Jr. from SMU have been selected as the College Sports Journal All-Stars for the week ending Sept. 24, 2018 from the NCAA Division I FBS Group of Five schools. The honorees are listed […]
The biggest upset in all of college football this week had to be Old Dominion’s win over AP #13 Virginia Tech. It was an unlikely upset as the Monarchs came in winless at 0-3 coming into this home contest but likely found its starting quarterback of the near future. Old Dominion quarterback Blake LaRussa shredded […]