FCS Stars On Uneven Footing With NFL Draft Quickly Approaching
Mar 26, 2020Kyle Kensing
Despite the havoc the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has wreaked on spring football, the NFL Draft will go on as planned next month.
'Fear Kills Intellect': COVID-19 Has Tremendous Impact On College Football
Mar 20, 2020Kyle Kensing
Campuses across the country closed in recent days, adhering to recommendations the Center for Disease Control (CDC) set forth in combatting the spread of novel coronavirus or COVID-19.
Elon Looks To Build On Resurgent Finale This Spring
Mar 12, 2020Kyle Kensing
Elon football book-ended its 2019 season with games against high-quality opponents, decided by three and two points.
Trio Of Rhode Island Players To Represent CAA Football At NFL Combine
Feb 26, 2020FloFootball Staff
Rhode Island wide receivers Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker and Rams’ offensive lineman Kyle Murphy will represent CAA Football at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine, which takes place Feb. 27 – March 1 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Spring Comes Early At William & Mary As Tribe Returns To The Gridiron
Feb 21, 2020Kyle Kensing
Barely moments after the last piece of confetti fell in Frisco, signaling the end of the 2019 college football season, William & Mary opened its spring practice season in Williamsburg, kicking off the 2020 campaign.
Elon's Matt Foster Selected As CAA Football Scholar-Athlete Of The Year
Feb 11, 2020FloFootball Staff
RICHMOND, Va. (February 11, 2020) – Elon senior tight end Matt Foster was selected as the 2019 CAA Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year by a vote of the conference’s athletics directors.
CAA Signing Day In Review: 'Nova, JMU Cap Impressive Hauls
Feb 9, 2020Kyle Kensing
The implementation of an early signing period in December has altered the dynamics of National Signing Day in February somewhat. Still, the first Wednesday of the month marks an important milestone in the development of any college football program.
D'Eriq King To Arkansas? A Knee-Jerk Observation
Jan 14, 2020Kolby Paxton
A beautiful thing happened as LSU’s coronation tour neared its grand conclusion on Monday night: Breaking news, as D’Eriq King Tweeted, “Just kidding, I’m definitely leaving Houston — probably always was.”
Mecole Hardman Sparked A Chiefs Comeback, But First He Called His Shot
Jan 13, 2020FloFootball Staff
With Kansas City trailing Houston 24-0 in the second quarter of Sunday's AFC Divisional round playoff game, Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman returned a kick from his own end zone all the way back to the Texan 42-yard line, injecting life into his team and into a rabid crowd at Arrowhead Stadium.
James Madison Fell Short, But The Dukes Aren't Going Anywhere
Jan 13, 2020Kyle Kensing
FRISCO, Texas — Were James Madison and North Dakota State to play 100 times, it’s easy to predict that they would split the series 50-50.