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NCAA Football Previews: Bowl Games Part II

NCAA Football Previews: Bowl Games Part II

By Knup The bowl season is set to be full of excellent action on the field. Last week, ...

Choppy Sunday again clouds weekend for bookmakers

Choppy Sunday again clouds weekend for bookmakers

By The Rex Factor In a storyline that resembled others throughout the year, bookmakers were lamenting that the ...

BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – December 11-14

BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview - December 11-14

By Dave Schwab With the exception of the annual Army vs. Navy Game, college football takes a break ...

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Madison, WI (SportsNetwork.com) – The Wisconsin Badgers officially welcomed former Pittsburgh boss Paul Chryst as its new head football coach on Wednesday. Chryst, a former Wisconsin assistant, assumes the position which was vacated by Gary Andersen, who became Oregon State’s new head coach last week. He’s the 30th head coach in program history. “I was contacted or interviewed a number of coaches about this job. The head coaching position at UW continue
FACTS & STATS: Site: Cowell Stadium (6,500) – Durham, New Hampshire. Surface: Field Turf. Television: ESPNU. Announcers: Shawn Kenney, Jay Walker. Home Record: Illinois State 8-0; New Hampshire 8-0. Away Record: Illinois State 4-1; New Hampshire 4-1. Series Record: First meeting. Conference: Illinois State – Missouri Valley; New Hampshire – Colonial Athletic Association. Nicknames: Illinois State Redbirds; New Hampshire Wildcats. FCS Playoff Seeds: Illinois State (5th); New Hampshire (1st). Head Coaches: Illinois State – Brock Spack (6th year, 45-25 at Illinois State and Overall); New Hampshire – Sean McDonnell (16th year, 126-72 at New Hampshire and overall). Playoff Records: continue
FACTS & STATS: Site: Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome (18,700) – Fargo, North Dakota. Surface: AstroTurf’s GameDay Grass. Television: ESPN2. Announcers: Anish Shroff, Kelly Stouffer. Home Record: Sam Houston State 6-1; North Dakota State 8-0. Away Record: Sam Houston State 4-3; North Dakota State 5-1. Conference: Sam Houston State – Southland; North Dakota State – Missouri Valley. Nicknames: Sam Houston State Bearkats; North Dakota State Bison. FCS Playoff Seeds: Sam Houston State (NR); North Dakota State (2nd). Series Record: North Dakota State (3-1). Last Meeting: Jan. 5, 2013 (North Dakota State, 39-13 at Frisco, Texas – FCS continue
Portland, OR (SportsNetwork.com) – Portland State senior Cornelius Edison was named the Rimington Award winner as the top center on the FCS level Wednesday Edison, a 6-foot-3, 305-pounder from University Place, Washington, started the last 35 games of his career and earned All-Big Sky Conference first-team honors each of the past two seasons. He was part of a Portland State line that rushed for over 208 yards per game – third-most in program history – and allowed a conference-low 10 sacks while the Vikings threw the ball 423 times. Portland State had a previous Rimington Award winner in Brennen continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Illinois State finally gets to play the No. 1 team in the country … and it’s not North Dakota State. The Redbirds had been working to come out of the shadow of North Dakota State, the three-time defending FCS national champion, after they didn’t face each other in the regular season while both earned a share of the Missouri Valley Football Conference title. New Hampshire replaced NDSU as the No. 1-ranked team late in the regular season and then earned the top continue