NC A&T QB no longer on team|
Potential MEAC favorite North Carolina A&T will be without starting quarterback Kwashaun Quick for the 2015 season due to a violation of team rules. Quick, from Laurinburg, North Carolina, is no... Full Story
|The FCS mock draft|
Craig Haley - FCS Executive Director
FCS players are often looked at as potential steals in the later rounds of the NFL Draft.
With the right scenario, that can happen in the first round, too. The Baltimore Ravens still say, "Thank you, Joe Flacco." This year's draft, to be held... Full Story
|Montana State wraps up spring campaign|
Quarterback Dakota Prukop faced relentless pressure from the defense in Montana State's spring football game on Saturday, but he had plenty of answers for the pass rushers.
Prukop, who will be a redshirt junior this... Full Story
|Youngstown State's Ruiz in midseason form|
Youngstown State wrapped up spring practices under first-year coach Bo Pelini Friday night, and he and his staff surely enjoyed what they saw in running back Martin Ruiz.
Ruiz totaled 115 of the White team's... Full Story
|Liberty scholarships get |
Football teams usually like to have a running back with a downhill style, but on the FCS level, all of the teams are not moving along a level playing field.
The number of football scholarships offered vary up to the maximum of 63, and some... Full Story
|Can Savannah State be fixed?|
Joe Paterno. Tony Dungy. Dennis Green. Kirk Ferentz. Ted Marchibroda. Joe Philbin. Joe Lee Dunn. Willie Shaw. Yes, the list can go on.
When people, especially potential recruits, want to know why Earnest Wilson III believes he will get different results as Savannah State University's head... Full Story
|Charleston Southern installing artificial turf|
Charleston Southern University officials announced Monday that artificial turf will be installed at Buccaneer Field for the 2015 football season.
Installation is scheduled to begin in May. The design will feature CSU's athletic logo at midfield... Full Story
|Jacksonville State impressive|
The depth of the Jacksonville State football team stood out to second-year coach John Grass during spring practices.
"When you look around the field, you can't really tell the difference between the ones and... Full Story