Despite marked improvement in Saturday's scrimmage at Paulson Stadium, Georgia Southern coach Jeff Monken still doesn't feel like the team is where it needs to be with two weeks to go until opening kickoff.
Things didn't go as planned for Georgia Southern in 2009 - that much goes without saying.
The season opening contest for the Georgia Southern women's soccer team against Winthrop was cancelled due to consistent lightning strikes in the area of Eagle Field.
If you say the word "wideouts" around Georgia Southern coach Jeff Monken, you may just get corrected.
The Georgia Southern fullbacks lost what little in-game experience they had when junior Zeke Rozier went down with an injury early in last Saturday's scrimmage.
Georgia Southern's offensive linemen know that they're supposed to be somewhere on the line before the ball is snapped, but with less than three weeks to go until opening day, that's about as far as it goes.
There are only a handful of guys in Georgia Southern's offense who have any real, in-game experience playing college football, fewer that have played their current position before and, by the way, only one quarterback has any in-game experience at all.
Hundreds of Georgia Southern fans turned out to Paulson Stadium Saturday to show support for their school as the fifth annual "Meet the Eagles" day offered the community a chance to get up close and personal with their favorite team.
Despite a pair of offensive touchdowns and a pair of field goals by Adrian Mora (45 yards) and Billy Greer (47), the defense looked to be in charge Saturday morning as the Georgia Southern Eagles scrimmaged at Paulson Stadium.
When Georgia Southern suits up for the last session of fall camp -- a scrimmage today at 10:05 a.m. at Paulson Stadium -- one more familiar face will be on the roster.
Georgia Southern defensive lineman Brent Russell has too many titles to list in one sentence.
Luke Cherry thought he was going to spend the semester as a regular student at Florida State, but it wasn't for a lack of trying to find a football team to play for after high school.
You can't go to a Georgia Southern practice without hearing the word "new" -- new offense, new defense, new coaches, new players and new positions, just to name a few.
Between wide receivers and running backs, and even a quarterback learning a new position, along with a slew of freshmen, Georgia Southern has 13 slotbacks currently listed on the roster.
Everybody, drop what you're doing and take one step forward.