Category: Sun Belt

Game 244: Toledo @ Arkansas State

¬† The seal has been broken on the 2016 college football season, and Arkansas state is part of the jubilation¬†that is exploding the lid. Jonesboro is one of those tiny college towns that comes alive on game day, and with Toledo in town, A-State fans were painting the town red. The opening game at Centennial […]

Friday September 2nd, 2016 in Arkansas State, MAC, Sun Belt, Toledo | No Comments »

ARKANSAS STATE – CENTENNIAL BANK STADIUM

Jonesboro is one of those tiny college towns that comes alive on game day. Centennial Bank Stadium, playfully nicknamed the vault, is home to the Arkansas State red wolves. The opening game at Centennial Bank Stadium is a special one as the incoming class is oriented with a 20 year tradition known as “Order of […]

Game 242: Troy @ Georgia State

Georgia State has a chance for a bowl game. It’s somewhat tenuous, but still quite astonishing considering that the program has only been in existence for five years. The Panthers have not only taken on the adjustment to developing a football team, but doing so at the FBS (Division 1) level. So, being 4-6 and […]

Friday November 27th, 2015 in Georgia State, Sun Belt, Troy | No Comments »

GEORGIA STATE – GEORGIA DOME

Georgia State’s football program is young. Both teams date back to the early 1900s or late 1800s. Georgia states inaugural season was 2010. It was Bill Curry, former Kentucky and Alabama head coach, who chose to return to the sidelines to help build the foundation for this brand-new program. Georgia State certainly endured a healthy […]

Game 216: Appalachian State @ Michigan

2007. Opening Day. Ann Arbor, Michigan. FCS member and largely unheard of against the fifth ranked powerhouse Wolverines. The game began with hope and anticipation for a championship season for Michigan and ended with the biggest upset in college football history. That game changed the trajectory of both programs, mostly for the Mountaineers. Fast forward. […]

Wednesday September 3rd, 2014 in Appalachian State, Big Ten, Michigan, Sun Belt | No Comments »

Game 214: Texas State @ Troy

A warm late November day graced the town of Troy, Alabama as fans gathered for the Trojans’ final game of the season. The open space outside Veterans Memorial Stadium swelled with folks anxiously awaiting their team’s arrival to the stadium. Troy’s marching band, The Sound of the South, formed a lane for the team to […]

Friday November 29th, 2013 in Sun Belt, Texas State, Troy | No Comments »

TROY – VETERAN’S MEMORIAL STADIUM

Passion for football in the south does not solely reside inside the cavernous stadiums of the SEC. The tiny town of Troy, Alabama is proof of this fact. Game days begin with the Trojan marching band, The Sound of the South, gathering on the open green outside Veteran’s Memorial Stadium. Fans converge upon this spot […]

Friday November 29th, 2013 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, Sun Belt, Sun Belt, Troy | No Comments »

Game 197: Southern Miss @ Western Kentucky

Anticipation flooded the Western Kentucky campus for tonight’s matchup. A record crowd showed up for one of the biggest games to ever take place in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Hilltoppers’ battle versus Southern Miss put rumps in the seats not only because of the name recognition that the Golden Eagles bring to Houchens Smith Stadium, […]

APPALACHIAN STATE – KIDD BREWER STADIUM

With the plethora of FBS games that dominate our television screens on Saturday afternoons, it’s hard to remember the great FCS venues that fill up on a regular basis. Appalachian State’s Kidd Brewer Stadium can easily be mistaken for a major college venue with its intimidating environment and sellout crowds. Set amongst the magestic Appalachian […]

Game 172: Elon @ Appalachian State

A nail biting finish closed Appalachian State’s homecoming as the Mountaineers eeked out a win over Elon. In the shadows of the Appalachian Mountains, fans filled Kidd Brewer Stadium to see their team stretch their record to 5-0. Tailgating before the game was hard to miss as it surrounded the stadium and campus. Fireworks welcomed […]

Saturday October 9th, 2010 in Appalachian State | No Comments »