GAME PREVIEW: # 8 Montana State vs. #1 Sam HoustonWhen: Saturday, December 11 at 7:30PM CSTWhere: Bowers Stadium; Huntsville, TexasTV/Streaming: ESPN+ Sam Houston’s defense came up with a clutch stop on fourth and goal to hold off a late rally in a 49-42 victory over Incarnate Word in the second round of the FCS playoffs […]
The road to Frisco will go through Huntsville after the Sam Houston Bearkats were named the No. 1 overall seed in the FCS Playoffs when the bracket was revealed a couple of weeks ago.
Incarnate Word’s offense is hard to stop – they’re scoring 39.6 points per game, which is 4th in the FCS.
The Lumberjacks of SFA picked up their first road win over Central Arkansas since 2009 with a 27-14 victory last Saturday night at Estes Stadium.
Incarnate Word upset No. 6 Southeastern Louisiana last Saturday 55-52, but over the last two fall seasons, the Nicholls State Colonels have amped up their play in November.
Eastern Kentucky/Stephen F. Austin and Southeastern Louisiana/Incarnate Word headline a critical week.
The Cowboys will be tough on the road.
The Cowboys put up 21 points in the second quarter, which proved to be sufficient in their 35-17 win over the Demons. It was their first league win of the season.
Cameron Ward has 1,636 passing yards (327.2 ypg) to lead the Cardinals, completing 61.5% of his passes and throwing 16 touchdown passes and three interceptions this season.
Cole Kelley is among the national leaders in every passing category, having thrown for 1,593 yards, 13 touchdowns and four interceptions on 135-of-182 passing (74.2 % completion percentage).
With a Bearkat win over Stephen F. Austin, K.C. Keeler would win his 247th career game. That would move him into sole possession of eighth place all-time among FCS head coaches who have spent at least 10 years at FCS schools.
Sam Houston takes on Central Arkansas in a Top 25 Matchup.
McNeese entered last Saturday’s game against LSU wanting to show some improvement from last week’s season opening loss to West Florida – the Cowboys battled from start to finish in a 34-7 loss.
The Big Sky plans for a six-game conference-only schedule with two open weeks (March 20th & April 17th). In the time leading up to that, there has been a lot of changes in staff and players, with plenty of time for more chaos.
The college football landscape is a fluid bed of magma that constantly changes. Television contracts of major FBS conferences are up for renewal in the coming years and a potential realignment is on the not-so-distant horizon. Closer to the home of the FCS is a potential revitalization of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) offering football […]
New Mexico State was pushed to the limit, but the Aggies responded in a big way to move to the brink of securing the Western Athletic Conference regular season championship by winning a pair of games last week to remain undefeated in conference play.
Grand Canyon used a big fourth quarter to extend its winning streak to six games and along the way moved into first place in the Western Athletic Conference with a 62-56 win over Kansas City on Feb. 13.
UMKC has some company atop the Western Athletic Conference women’s basketball standings.
Defense played a key role as New Mexico State remained undefeated in Western Athletic Conference play with a 61-57 win over a spirited Bakersfield team on Jan. 30.
New Mexico State, which plays at Grand Canyon on Saturday, won its lone encounter a week ago by getting past UT Rio Grande Valley 76-75 in overtime.
Conference leader New Mexico State could only sit back and watch as the rest of the league looked to close the gap between the Aggies and themselves.
New Mexico State remained perfect in Western Athletic Conference play by winning a pair of games last week to improve to 5-0 in the league and 14-6 on the season.
New Mexico State looks to create some separation between itself and the rest of the pack when they tangle with Utah Valley and Seattle on the road this week in Western Athletic Conference men’s basketball action.
The first week of the Western Athletic Conference women’s basketball season has proven several things. One, there’s a lot of basketball to be played. Two, anything can happen by the time the postseason begins. Oh, and preseason polls can sometimes be really off the mark. Bakersfield and Utah Valley both swept a pair of games […]