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« on: Today at 08:32:50 AM »
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« on: Yesterday at 03:18:47 PM »
I have one question about schools moving to the big south. Why is the move not discussed with the school’s supporters and public before it is made? Hampton’s move was a total mess, and A&T’s move is not any better.
Why would we go FBS if we don't want students to travel more than necessary?
« on: February 14, 2020, 10:21:01 AM »
The MEAC has 9 football members. When we go to the Big South the MEAC will have 8 football members.
The Big South will have 8 football members and 3 are part time members.
The MEAC doesn't have problems.
« on: February 13, 2020, 06:34:20 PM »
These are the football games already on the books for 2021 for A&T, so I guess we will pick up 1 or 2 non-conference games.
09/04 - at Furman
09/11 - Charleston Southern
TBA - at Duke
« on: February 12, 2020, 09:51:32 PM »
1. NORTH DAKOTA STATE
The whole offseason-question-marks-for-NDSU thing was fun while it lasted, wasn’t it? Anyone who covers FCS football knew the Bison would reload in 2019. But what they did was beyond what anyone expected, going 16-0 with just three games decided by 10 points or less. After all, the Bison were a pretty young team and there were plenty of uncertainties a year ago. Which now makes for a scary thought on how good the 2020 team will be.
Roughly 71 percent of the rushing and receiving production are back, 79.2 percent of the points scored return and 78.5 percent of the tackling production comes back. Oh, and not to mention the reigning Walter Payton Award winner at quarterback, Trey Lance, and four starting offensive linemen return.
Simply put, the Bison are absurdly loaded. The vibes I’m getting with this team entering 2020 are the same vibes I got entering 2013 and 2018.
So we’re back to the offseason storyline of NDSU vs. the field. Last year, it was a triple-threat match between NDSU vs. JMU vs. the field. Right now, it’s hard to confidently say which team can rise to NDSU’s level in 2020.