In Georgia Southern's first game since topping the polls, there were plenty of fireworks.
It may be one of the new fads in college football, but based on the results, the pistol formation isn't a gimmick.
The Georgia Southern volleyball Eagles (8-8, 1-0) opened Southern Conference play with a 3-1 match win over Wofford Thursday night in the Old Hanner Fieldhouse Gym.
There are a lot of things about Johnathan Bryant that Georgia Southern coach Jeff Monken likes and appreciates.
Western Carolina has already had just about enough of the triple option.
There is a major shift taking place in the college football landscape, and for the moment, nobody knows what the power conferences will look like when the dust settles.
Getting there was easy. Staying there is always the hard part.
If there's one thing the Georgia Southern Eagles could have used more of in 2010, it was depth.
When Adrian Mora broke the Georgia Southern record for consecutive extra points made 40 touchdowns ago, not much more than passing notice was made of the feat.
The Georgia Southern Volleyball team (3-8) returns home after seven-straight games away from Hanner Fieldhouse and will host the Bash in the Boro presented by SpringHill Suites Thursday through Saturday in Old Hanner Gym. The five-team tournament starts on Thursday at 5 p.m. with S.C. State vs Georgia State.
Georgia Southern may have topped the Football Championship Subdivision polls with a No. 1 ranking after its 62-21 win over Tusculum Saturday, but the polls aren't even on the Eagles' radar.
It only took 17 games.
Tusculum quarterback Bo Cordell threw for 321 yards and two touchdowns.
As the 2011 season gets underway, many Georgia Southern fans are optimistic that this is the year that the Eagles can finally reclaim their position at the top of the Football Championship Subdivision.
True freshman fullback Dominique Swope has a role that could get lonely in a close game.