2021 MLB Hall of Fame Ballot: Who should get in

The 2021 Hall of Fame ballot has provided a conundrum to voters thus far, with there being reason to vote against the three players that are clearly the best on the ballot. Those who wish to keep cheaters out of the Hall of Fame will not be voting for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, who... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Final

26 Bowl games, the fewest since 2001, were played to cap the 2020 college football season that was in jeopardy of being canceled altogether when four conferences announced a postponement of fall sports in August. Only three bowl games had a Group of 5 team matched up with a Power 5 team, and all three... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Bowl Season

Maybe the weirdest championship week ever, with 19 games played even as one championship game was called off due to COVID-19 concerns, has come to an end with a final Playoff Ranking that left many college football fans feeling like their team got robbed. To view last week's rankings, with mostly incorrect conference championship game... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 8

BYU traveled to Coastal Carolina following Liberty's inability to play the Chanticleers due to COVID-19 issues and Coastal earned a signature win over the Cougars. Marshall got shut out by Rice in an embarrassing defeat in Conference-USA play, and most conference championship game spots have been decided as we enter the final week of the... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 7

A scheduled bye week for Marshall and a plethora of cancellations meant that only one of our top six teams from a week ago played this week. The games we did get still provided great entertainment, from Buffalo running back Jaret Patterson's record-breaking Saturday, to the UCF-USF shootout on Friday night, to Central Michigan's improbable... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 6

Tulsa completed another improbable comeback, Cincinnati and UCF produced a thrilling matchup and Coastal Carolina earned a huge win over Appalachian State to all but lock up a spot in the Sun Belt Championship Game. The MAC hit its halfway point, every other conference is more than halfway done, and we are less than a... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 5

Western Michigan and Toledo played to one of the craziest finishes in college football in the last five years, Tulsa completed a comeback from down 21-0 and 17 points at halftime to beat SMU and get ranked for the first time since 2010 and we're through another week of college football. SMU was our highest... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 4

Our top three Group of 5 teams from a week ago continued to dominate. Liberty won as 17-point underdogs at Virginia Tech, earning legitimacy points as VT was the first good team on Liberty's schedule. Further down our rankings, Memphis and Louisiana struggled in what were supposed to be easier games for them. And what... Continue Reading →

Group of 5 Power Rankings: Week 3

Cincinnati continued dominating, Coastal Carolina recorded a historic blowout and the MAC is back this week. Elsewhere, UCF beat Houston to get back to above .500 in American conference play, UAB continued to struggle as the Blazers dropped to 4-3 following a loss to Louisiana Tech and Boise State took down Air Force ahead of... Continue Reading →

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