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Alex Ross
Coastal seeks another big season
After posting back-to-back 12-win seasons, the Coastal Carolina football team will try to keep the momentum going in its 2015 schedule announced Monday. Coach Joe Moglia's squad has won at least... Full Story
Jalen Whitlow
OVC spring football primer
Craig Haley - FCS Executive Director
The highs and lows of Ohio Valley Conference football have been magnified through overachieving and underachieving ways during the last two FCS postseasons.

Two years ago, the OVC ended a playoff... Full Story
(L-R) Ulysses Bryant and Jonah Hodges
Pioneer Football League
spring primer
Jacksonville University stopped itself last season.

Nobody else may stop the Dolphins in the Pioneer Football League this year. Jacksonville comes back as a motivated team after self-imposing ineligibility for the PFL title last November because of... Full Story
Ed Eagan
Southland spring football primer
This time last year, not only did it seem strange to see former Delaware football coach K.C. Keeler in Sam Houston blue, white and orange, but there was little telling what his lineup would look like in the 2014 season.

With graduation and injuries as well... Full Story
Josh Woodrum
Big South spring football primer
Every Big South Conference team began November with at least a .500 record last season - an amazing fact - and before the month was over, its co-champions, Coastal Carolina and Liberty, had spots in the FCS playoffs.

The big season only built on the... Full Story
Connor Kacsor
Kacsor to carry Dayton's
fortunes again
Dayton's spring football practices will be condensed to a 12-day period in April.

It's not as though the Flyers have to work extensively on the run game. All-American running back Connor Kacsor decided to return for a fifth year... Full Story
(L-R) Hunter Wells and Bo Pelini
Pelini hits ground running
at Youngstown
Disregard any thought of a three- or five-year rebuilding plan, new Youngstown State football coach Bo Pelini has returned home to do one thing - win, and win big.

"That's why we're here. That's why I came back here," Pelini said. "I didn't come back here to... Full Story

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