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  • College Football Countdown: No. 117 FAU

     
    College Football Countdown: No. 117 FAU...
  • CUSA, Sun Belt expected to add new members

     
    CUSA, Sun Belt expected to add new members...
  • Sun Belt to introduce three new coaches during Media Days

    When the Sun Belt holds its football media days Monday and Tuesday, three coaches will be making their first appearance. Two others will be making their second, as the nine-team conference has seen five coaching changes in the last two seasons....
  • Conference USA or CAA? Either option could prove perilous for ODU

    Conference USA or CAA? Either option could prove perilous for ODU
    Old Dominion, through no fault of its own, is in a jam, and don't let anyone con you otherwise. The Monarchs can remain in a conference many believe is on life-support, or join a league of scattered wannabes that requires a premature upgrade to the...
  • Teel Time: ODU basketball, soccer would be competitive in Conference USA; steep climb for baseball

    Teel Time: ODU basketball, soccer would be competitive in Conference USA; steep climb for baseball
    Old Dominion’s move to Conference USA seems more inevitable by the hour, no matter the financial and competitive challenges. The Monarchs’ long-time home, the Colonial Athletic Association, is just too fractured, even if VCU and George Mason...
  • ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football

    ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football
    Wood Selig has been here before and vows not to repeat his mistakes. Here is shepherding a football program from AAA to the big leagues. Mistakes include crippling schedules and high-volume redshirting. Selig is Old Dominion's athletic director. He is...
  • FAU's losing ways: Winless streak now at 12 and counting

     FAU is in the midst of the worst stretch in the program’s history.   With Saturday’s 41-7 loss to Florida International, the Owls are 0-9 on the season and have a losing streak stretching back to last season of 12 games.   FAU is also 0-6...
  • Mitchell brings spotlight to UNT Men's Basketball

    Mitchell brings spotlight to UNT Men's Basketball
    Freshman Forward Tony Mitchell is on an absolute tear for the North Texas Men's Basketball team. He was named Sun Belt Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the third consecutive week, just the second player to ever receive the honor....
  • FAU hosts North Texas and star Tony Mitchell

    FAU hosts North Texas and star Tony Mitchell
     Florida Atlantic fans that attend Saturday’s game against North Texas will get a chance to see a rarity in the Sun Belt – a player headed for the NBA.  Tony Mitchell is just a freshman, but he is living up to his billing as one of the top 20...
  • New Sun Belt commissioner makes pitch to current, prospective members

    New Sun Belt commissioner makes pitch to current, prospective members
     In the current climate of conference jumping, the Sun Belt chose veteran Karl Benson to try and hold the conference together and even expand it.  Benson, 60, who has been the WAC commissioner for the last 18 years and was the MAC commissioner for four...
  • FAU 2012 football schedule released

    FAU 2012 football schedule released
     The Sun Belt released the 2012 schedule for its members Thursday.  FAU opens against FBS member Wagner at home, and then is on the road for three straight games, starting with a conference game versus Middle Tennessee before facing Georgia and Alabama....
  • Incoming Sun Belt commissioner will work to keep conference intact

        Incoming Sun Belt commissioner Karl Benson used the conference basketball tournament that concluded Tuesday to begin convincing member schools to stay in the Sun Belt.  "There is always going to be threats," Benson said in Hot Springs, Ark. "One...