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The (Not So) Little Guys Week 10: Where's the Love?

The first college football playoff polls are out and, unsurprisingly, the Group of Five isn’t getting a whole lot of love right now.  That’s why Fudge Van Hooser is here.   1,457 more words

The (Not So) Little Guys Midseason Rankings: Who Will Emerge on New Year's Day?

Fudge Van Hooser did such a good job on the Four Horsemen of the AAC a few weeks ago, that we brought him back for the whole top ten this week.   1,791 more words

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The (Not So) Little Guys: Playoff Party Crashers Among Us?

A big thanks goes out to Fudge for giving us a look at the big four atop the AAC last week.  Three of the four teams won last week, with Navy on a bye, the most impressive of which was Memphis’ upset over Ole Miss.   958 more words

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An inside look at the Owls' opponent this week, the Marshall Thundering Herd

Post FAU correspondent Wesley Wright spoke with (Huntington, W. Va.) Herald-Dispatch reporter Grant Traylor about the Owls’ opponent this week, the Marshall Thundering Herd.

Marshall lost quite a talented quarterback in Rakeem Cato. 689 more words


The (Not So) Little Guys: Navy Stays in the Crow's Nest

My apologies for not releasing a NSLG post last week.  I was busy with a few different things and it was all I could do to get one post out, much less two.   1,029 more words

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Football: Bobcats Look to Reclaim Bell From Herd

Ohio has won five straight home openers, but that streak will be at risk when the Bobcats host bitter rival Marshall in Saturday night’s “Battle for the Bell.” 844 more words


The (Not So) Little Guys: Temple Moun

Rewind with me for a second back to those dark days in mid-summer when it seemed like football would never arrive.  Sure you basketball nuts like me had the NBA playoffs, and baseball is still attractive to certain people, and yeah the golf majors are a fun weekend, and the Women’s World Cup was big for even non-soccer fans; but still, there was no football and something felt missing in our lives. 542 more words

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