Adams has big game, little ego

Sometimes all Vernon Adams has to do is throw a bubble screen to wide receiver Cooper Kupp and the Eastern Washington quarterback reaps many of the rewards. "On the stats sheet," Adams laughs... Full Story>>

Monmouth has Big South blueprint

They were shaking hands, exchanging stories and making each other feel good on Thursday. The Monmouth Hawks shouldn't expect too many more pleasantries out of the other Big South Conference teams the rest of... Full Story>>

Maine unheralded ... again

An all-conference player in CAA Football was asked if he could name a player from the University of Maine, which happens to be the defending champion. "Yeah, I can name one, Kendall James," said the player... Full Story>>

BAGNOLI HAS SET AN IVY STANDARD

The most empathy Harvard's Tim Murphy has among his Ivy League coaching brethren is reserved for Penn defensive coordinator Ray Priore. Come Dec. 1, Priore will replace the dean of Ivy League football coaches... Full Story>>

MEAC offenses seek turnaround

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference offenses were offensive last season, just not in the good sense. Bethune-Cookman and South Carolina State were co-champions again, and they both qualified for the FCS playoffs, but... Full Story>>

Missouri Valley on a playoff push

Anybody and everybody across the FCS embraced the expansion of the playoff field by four teams to 24 last year, knowing it would bring in more deserving qualifiers.The conference that has been considered the... Full Story>>

Plenty in store for NEC

If history is known to repeat itself in the Northeast Conference, then it's a good time to be the St. Francis (Pa.) Red Flash. The Northeast Conference released its football preseason coaches poll Monday morning... Full Story>>

DEFENSES MUST CATCH OVC OFFENSES

Game day may slow down for defenses in the Ohio Valley Conference this season. As Jacksonville State defensive end Chris Landrum points out, defenses within what has come to be known as the Offensive Valley... Full Story>>

A lot to celebrate in Patriot

If it's a day of the week that ends with a "y," then Lafayette football coach Frank Tavani and Lehigh counterpart Andy Coen will be answering questions about this year's historic meeting of their teams. While the Patriot... Full Story>>

A tough act to follow in PFL

This time one year ago, new San Diego head coach Dale Lindsey knew exactly what he had in his Toreros football team. What he had was an offensive power led by veteran quarterback Mason Mills and a handful... Full Story>>

SoCon retools, not rebuilds

Southern Conference football teams staged one of the more impressive title races in the FCS last season. Now they want to extend such play outside the conference schedule again. The loss of perennial powers... Full Story>>

SOUTHLAND ON THE RISE

The growth of Southland Conference football from eight to 11 teams this season has people talking about a superconference. Those within the Southland are pointing more to being a super conference. The... Full Story>>

YEAR OF THE SWAC QUARTERBACKS

A team that wins a conference championship generally has something the competition is lacking. In the year of the quarterback in the Southwestern Athletic Conference, that isn't such a good thing for reigning champ... Full Story>>
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