Turning commitments into payments for Charlotte 49ers football seat licenses is off to a sluggish start while school officials are reconsidering the scope of the football initiative.
The difficult economy led chancellor Philip Dubois to present a scaled-back ‘Plan B’ for the start-up program to board of trustees during a February meeting.
The new plan would require approximately $20 million rather than the $45 million called for in the original plan, but would still allow the program to begin play in 2013.
Rob Ash picked a good day to evaluate his team’s running game.
WORCESTER — Chris Smith arrived at Holy Cross in the fall of 2005 with an injury and missed his entire freshman season. He knew he would have an extra year of eligibility, and the way last season ended made the decision whether to use it an easy one.
“You can’t end your career like that,” said Smith, HC’s starting center the last three years. “It’s something I can’t talk about without getting fired up.”
Redshirt freshman QB Nick Hicks threw for 94 yards and two TD passes to junior WR Max Prokell.
The Northeastern football team ended spring practice with its annual scrimmage in front of family and fans at Parsons Field.
The Blue team broke open a 14-0 game by scoring 17 points in the fourth quarter, cruising to a 31-0 win in Georgia Southern’s annual Blue-White game Saturday afternoon (April 4) at Paulson Stadium.
Defending Big Sky Champions Are Put Through The Paces In 90 Minute Scrimmage On Saturday, April 4.
Tailbacks Toddrick Pendland and Elrick Jones were center court on Saturday for McNeese State when the Cowboys held their second scrimmage of spring football.
THIBODAUX, La. - The Colonels suited up in full pads for the second time this spring, and went a total of 30-periods in today’s practice.
In the 30-period practice, Nicholls continued to focus on individual position work while also getting in some team exercises. The Colonels took a few periods of practice to go through some competition, 1-on-1 drills.
Former Hershey star coming off sparkling career as Liberty QB.
Under the circumstances, Brock Smith’s workout at Liberty University’s Pro Day in early March went very well in front of a handful of NFL scouts.
Now, the waiting, anticipation and anxiousness begin for the former Hershey High School quarterback.
Will Smith be drafted? Or will he try his lot as an undrafted free agent?
Smith will get some of his answers April 25-26 at the NFL Draft in New York City.
Georgia Southern football coach Chris Hatcher has an idea of what will happen today at Paulson Stadium at the Eagles’ annual Blue-White intrasquad game.
But you never know.
“We’ve had guys get a lot of reps this spring, but we want to see who’s going to compete out there in game conditions,” said Hatcher of the 1 p.m. clash of Eagles versus Eagles.
Jason Williams is going to earn his wings before the NFL draft. Maybe he’ll even score a free future ticket.
The Western Illinois linebacker is one of the hottest risers with just three weeks to go as he crisscrosses the country getting in 10 pre-draft visits. That is more than any other player we’ve heard of to this point as the visit season cranks up with teams whittling down their draft boards.
University of Tennessee at Martin freshman Tyler Turner left the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house Thursday night, walked into the parking lot and headed to his pickup truck.
MOBILE, Ala. – Courtney Smith caught six passes for 120 yards and a score Friday to help the University of South Alabama’s offense record 356 yards through the air in the program’s second scrimmage of the spring season at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
It was a turnaround for the unit from the Jaguars’ first scrimmage a week ago, when the offense managed to gain 86 passing yards.