It'll be "Throwback Saturday" when Wofford and Georgia Southern meet at noon today at Paulson Stadium.
Reggie McCutchen remembers when he thought the game of football, as he put it, "sucked."
Travis Clark believes he has the best offensive line in the Southern Conference. Statistically he does.
Wofford – it's the school Georgia Southern fans love to hate. Maybe it's the snooty, holier-than-thou attitude. Maybe it's the fact that GSU fans are constantly reminded the average SAT score (1247) is higher than the total enrollment (1160). Or perhaps it's because the mascot is a snippy little mutt that scares small children. Whatever the reason (did I forget to mention the Terriers have beaten GSU three of the last four years), the Eagles and Terriers just don't get along.
This is the time of year when Georgia Southern is accustomed to fighting for a Southern Conference championship and jockeying for seeding in the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs.
I felt kind of silly when I began writing this column because, well, because most of you diehard Eagle fans pretty much know all there is to know about the hated Mountaineers of Appalachian State University.
This has been a season of firsts for Georgia Southern, most of them involving the passing game.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is about as big as it gets.
Clemson, Georgia Tech, Alabama. Georgia Southern?
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