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RE: Bold Predictions About How Well Your School will Fare In the New WAC
MEN'S SPORTS

BASEBALL - Bottom tier
BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
FOOTBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
GOLF - Bottom tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship

WOMEN'S SPORTS

BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
GOLF - Bottom tier
SOCCER - Top tier competing for Championship
SOFTBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
TENNIS - Mid tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship
VOLLEYBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
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RE: Bold Predictions About How Well Your School will Fare In the New WAC
(08-15-2021 06:47 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  MEN'S SPORTS

BASEBALL - Bottom tier
BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
FOOTBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
GOLF - Bottom tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship

WOMEN'S SPORTS

BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
GOLF - Bottom tier
SOCCER - Top tier competing for Championship
SOFTBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
TENNIS - Mid tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship
VOLLEYBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship

I’d say that’s a pretty accurate assessment, except maybe football. I think SFA is improving but is still a year away from competing for a championship. In WBB you are too modest- instead of competing for the championship, I envision SFA as the dominant team in the conference with everyone else competing for second place.
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Oscar - I too agree with the SFA assessment minus football though of the WAC schools this year and knowing there’s a conference title for WAC games, SFA is as good a second place team behind Sam as anyone else. On the WBB front, it is SFA and CBU. Doubt we can just anoint SFA as the runaway favorite based on CBU’s body of work last year, high expectations for the coming year
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Men's Sports:
FOOTBALL - Doesn't play in the WAC, but could be better this year than last.
BASKETBALL - Top Tier
BASEBALL - Middle Tier
GOLF - Top Tier
CROSS COUNTRY - I honestly have no idea
TENNIS - Middle Tier

Women's Sports
VOLLEYBALL - Top Tier
SOCCER - Would love to say Middle Tier, but realistically, we just haven't competed as well as I would have hoped in this sport. Until they prove otherwise, I'd say Bottom Tier
BASKETBALL - Middle Tier
SOFTBALL - Top Tier
SWIMMING/DIVING - Top Tier
CROSS COUNTRY - No idea here, again.
GOLF - Top Tier
INDOOR T&F - Top Tier
OUTDOOR T&F - Middle Tier
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Women's Sports
Swimming & Diving - Top Tier
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2021 AFCA Coaches pre-season Poll

Rank, School (1st votes) Pts. *Rank
1. Sam Houston (18) 682 1
2. James Madison (9) 667 3
3. North Dakota State 633 5
4. South Dakota State (1) 620 2
5. Delaware 567 4
6. Weber State 552 8
7. North Dakota 475 6
8. Jacksonville State 437 7
9. Montana 436 NR
10. Southern Illinois 418 9
11. Montana State 383 NR
12. Monmouth (N.J.) 382 10
13. Central Arkansas 363 NR
14. Eastern Washington 287 11
15. Villanova 284 18
16. Northern Iowa 268 NR
17. Southeastern Louisiana 267 21
18. Chattanooga 204 NR
19. VMI 167 12
20. Kennesaw State 165 15
21. UC Davis 135 16
22. Richmond 104 14
23. Nicholls 88 23
24. North Carolina A&T 75 NR
25. Austin Peay 65 NR

* Ranking in final AFCA FCS Coaches Spring Poll of 2021

Others receiving votes: Murray State, 62; Missouri State, 39; Sacramento State, 39; New Hampshire, 31; Alabama A&M, 29; Samford, 18; Holy Cross, 16; Southern, 15; Alcorn State, 14; Florida A&M, 13; Stephen F. Austin, 11; ETSU, 10; Jackson State, 10; Morehead State, 9; Princeton, 9; South Carolina State, 9; Furman, 7; Charleston Southern, 6; Youngstown State, 6; Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 5; Harvard, 4; Rhode Island, 4; Davidson, 3; Yale, 3; Sacred Heart, 2; Eastern Kentucky, 1; Norfolk State, 1.
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The new turf is down at Homer Bryce Stadium with the new WAC logos. New track coming up next, it will be gray.

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(08-16-2021 07:26 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  The new turf is down at Homer Bryce Stadium with the new WAC logos. New track coming up next, it will be gray.

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I didn't know the FBS "studies" were done already. Because I think the pictures of THAT stadium sums it up pretty well. Looking at those pictures, there's really nothing left to be said about FBS.
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I'll kind of miss the way it was with the state of Texas on the field.

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(08-16-2021 05:18 AM)OscarWildeCat Wrote:  
(08-15-2021 06:47 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  MEN'S SPORTS

BASEBALL - Bottom tier
BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
FOOTBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
GOLF - Bottom tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship

WOMEN'S SPORTS

BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
GOLF - Bottom tier
SOCCER - Top tier competing for Championship
SOFTBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
TENNIS - Mid tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship
VOLLEYBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship

I’d say that’s a pretty accurate assessment, except maybe football. I think SFA is improving but is still a year away from competing for a championship. In WBB you are too modest- instead of competing for the championship, I envision SFA as the dominant team in the conference with everyone else competing for second place.

I think SFA has the horses this year to make a run in football. Back to back top 5 recruiting classes and most of those players are either starting or have had considerable time on the field and are battle tested against 5 FBS teams in the last two seasons.

We return our starting QB now in his 3rd year in the system
QB:#1 TRAE SELF 6-4; 190 JR.
G:20;CMP:427;ATT:661;CP%:64.5%;YDS:4,558;TD:27;INT:19;RTD:7

Hopefully he will cut down on the INTs.

a three RB attack with the return of senior Da'Leon Ward.
RB:#21 DA'LEON WARD 5-10; 180 SR.
G:32;R:363;YDS:1,505;AVG:4.1;TD:10/REC:71;YDS:599;TD:2
RB:#26 REED MILES 5-8; 190 JR.
G:33;R:286;YDS:1,384;AVG:5.0;TD:9/REC:21;YDS:147;TD:0
RB:#24 JAQUARION TURNER 5-11; 202 R/FR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;R:132;YDS:541;AVG:4.1;TD:3/REC:15;YDS:128;TD:0

At WR we have 2X All-American Xavier Gibson and Virginia Tech transfer Darryle Simmons who will start.

WR:#2 XAVIER GIBSON 5-9; 170 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22;REC:104;YDS:1,775;TD:16;PRTD:1
WR:#11 JEREMIAH MILLER 6-2; 190 JR.
G:31;REC:60;YDS:774;TD:2
WR:#18 DARRYLE SIMMONS 6-2; 212 SO.

The OL returns everybody including two All-Conference players in
OL:#71 ZACH INGRAM 6-7; 275 SR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22
OL:#72 JUSTICE GUILLORY 6-3; 325 FR. (SLC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:7

On Defense we return pretty much everyone with a ton of depth on the D line
DE:#54 AMAD MURRAY 6-3; 245 SO.
G:22;TKL:64;TFL:14.5;SCK:4.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:11;BU:1
DE:#3 B.J. THOMPSON 6-6; 210 JR. (SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR)
G:29;TKL:46;TFL:14.5;SCK:10.0;FF:0;FR:1;QBH:4;BU:2;INT:1;BLK:3
DE:#42 TERRANCE WAIR 6-1; 230 SO.
G:15;TKL:17;TFL:2.5;SCK:2.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0
DE:#98 CHANCE HILL 6-4; 235 SO.
G:12;TKL:10;TFL:1.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:0
DE:#40 MARJE SMITH 6-4; 225 JR.
G:11;TKL:3;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:0

DT:#7 DENNIS OSAGIEDE 6-0; 290 JR.
G:30;TKL:76;TFL:8.0;SCK:3.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:6;BU:1
DT:#90 RAYSHAD NICHOLS 6-3; 305 SR.
G:25;TKL:72;TFL:12.5;SCK:4.5;FF:3;FR:2;QBH:8;BU:1
DT:#91 CARL WILLIAMS 6-2; 356 SO.
G:16;TKL:18;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#95 CALEB FOX 6-2; 310 FR. (SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:8;TKL:17;TFL:7.0;SCK:2.5;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#93 RASON WILLIAMS II 6-4; 270 SO.
G:14;TKL:10;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0

Linebackers are solid with the return of All-Conference player Brevin Randle and senior Bert Morris who sat out 2020.

LB:#6 BREVIN RANDLE 5-11; 228 SO. (SLC DEFENSIVE POY)
G:21;TKL:107;TFL:9.0;SCK:2.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:2;TD:1
LB:#44 BERT MORRIS 6-1; 224 SR.
G:29;TKL:78;TFL:3.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:1
LB:#39 DARYAN WILLIAMS 5-11; 218 SO.
G:20;TKL:74;TFL:3.0;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:2
LB:#10 DAYDAY COLEMAN 6-0; 225 JR.
G:13;TKL:51;TFL:4.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:5;BU:4
LB:#28 JERMAINE BROWN 6-1; 195 R/FR.
G:8;TKL:18;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0

In the secondary senior Trenton Gordon returns after seating out 2020. Tons of INTs in this unit

S:#38 TRENTON GORDON 5-11; 195 SR.
G:31;TLK:227;TFL:6.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:4;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:1
S:#0 MYLES HEARD 5-9; 208 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:21;TLK:61;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:3;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:3;INT:2
S:#27 JATERIOUS EVANS 6-1; 190 SO.
G:19;TLK:59;TFL:1.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:3;INT:1;BLK:1
S:#25 TKAI LLOYD 5-11; 180 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;TLK:54;TFL:3.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:4;INT:1
S:#1 ARETAVIOUS HENDRIX 6-1; 192 SR.
G:21;TLK:51;TFL:4.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:9;INT:3
S:#25 TREY RAMOS 5-11; 192 SR.
G:19;TLK:37;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:0;INT:1
S:#7 JEREMIAH DAVIS 6-0; 180 JR.
G:12;TLK:28;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:2
S:#14 KA'MAURY THOMPSON 6-0; 198 FR.
G:7;TLK:7;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:0

CB:#21 WILLIE ROBERTS 5-10; 180 SO.
G:22;TLK:60;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:13;INT:4
CB:#31 CALEB LAWTON 5-11; 175 SR.
G:35;TLK:47;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:0;BLK:1
CB:#10 MYLES BROOKS 6-1; 185 SO.
G:19;TLK:40;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:11;INT:2
CB:#5 JEREMIAH WALKER 6-1; 176 FR.
G:8;TLK:29;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:0
CB:#23 BRUCE HARMON 5-11; 181 SO.
G:12;TLK:14;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:4;INT:3

Mixed with some more FBS transfers, yes this team is primed to make a run in 2021, just got to execute.
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(08-17-2021 07:10 AM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  
(08-16-2021 05:18 AM)OscarWildeCat Wrote:  
(08-15-2021 06:47 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  MEN'S SPORTS

BASEBALL - Bottom tier
BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
FOOTBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
GOLF - Bottom tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship

WOMEN'S SPORTS

BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
GOLF - Bottom tier
SOCCER - Top tier competing for Championship
SOFTBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
TENNIS - Mid tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship
VOLLEYBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship

I’d say that’s a pretty accurate assessment, except maybe football. I think SFA is improving but is still a year away from competing for a championship. In WBB you are too modest- instead of competing for the championship, I envision SFA as the dominant team in the conference with everyone else competing for second place.

I think SFA has the horses this year to make a run in football. Back to back top 5 recruiting classes and most of those players are either starting or have had considerable time on the field and are battle tested against 5 FBS teams in the last two seasons.

We return our starting QB now in his 3rd year in the system
QB:#1 TRAE SELF 6-4; 190 JR.
G:20;CMP:427;ATT:661;CP%:64.5%;YDS:4,558;TD:27;INT:19;RTD:7

Hopefully he will cut down on the INTs.

a three RB attack with the return of senior Da'Leon Ward.
RB:#21 DA'LEON WARD 5-10; 180 SR.
G:32;R:363;YDS:1,505;AVG:4.1;TD:10/REC:71;YDS:599;TD:2
RB:#26 REED MILES 5-8; 190 JR.
G:33;R:286;YDS:1,384;AVG:5.0;TD:9/REC:21;YDS:147;TD:0
RB:#24 JAQUARION TURNER 5-11; 202 R/FR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;R:132;YDS:541;AVG:4.1;TD:3/REC:15;YDS:128;TD:0

At WR we have 2X All-American Xavier Gibson and Virginia Tech transfer Darryle Simmons who will start.

WR:#2 XAVIER GIBSON 5-9; 170 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22;REC:104;YDS:1,775;TD:16;PRTD:1
WR:#11 JEREMIAH MILLER 6-2; 190 JR.
G:31;REC:60;YDS:774;TD:2
WR:#18 DARRYLE SIMMONS 6-2; 212 SO.

The OL returns everybody including two All-Conference players in
OL:#71 ZACH INGRAM 6-7; 275 SR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22
OL:#72 JUSTICE GUILLORY 6-3; 325 FR. (SLC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:7

On Defense we return pretty much everyone with a ton of depth on the D line
DE:#54 AMAD MURRAY 6-3; 245 SO.
G:22;TKL:64;TFL:14.5;SCK:4.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:11;BU:1
DE:#3 B.J. THOMPSON 6-6; 210 JR. (SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR)
G:29;TKL:46;TFL:14.5;SCK:10.0;FF:0;FR:1;QBH:4;BU:2;INT:1;BLK:3
DE:#42 TERRANCE WAIR 6-1; 230 SO.
G:15;TKL:17;TFL:2.5;SCK:2.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0
DE:#98 CHANCE HILL 6-4; 235 SO.
G:12;TKL:10;TFL:1.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:0
DE:#40 MARJE SMITH 6-4; 225 JR.
G:11;TKL:3;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:0

DT:#7 DENNIS OSAGIEDE 6-0; 290 JR.
G:30;TKL:76;TFL:8.0;SCK:3.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:6;BU:1
DT:#90 RAYSHAD NICHOLS 6-3; 305 SR.
G:25;TKL:72;TFL:12.5;SCK:4.5;FF:3;FR:2;QBH:8;BU:1
DT:#91 CARL WILLIAMS 6-2; 356 SO.
G:16;TKL:18;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#95 CALEB FOX 6-2; 310 FR. (SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:8;TKL:17;TFL:7.0;SCK:2.5;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#93 RASON WILLIAMS II 6-4; 270 SO.
G:14;TKL:10;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0

Linebackers are solid with the return of All-Conference player Brevin Randle and senior Bert Morris who sat out 2020.

LB:#6 BREVIN RANDLE 5-11; 228 SO. (SLC DEFENSIVE POY)
G:21;TKL:107;TFL:9.0;SCK:2.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:2;TD:1
LB:#44 BERT MORRIS 6-1; 224 SR.
G:29;TKL:78;TFL:3.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:1
LB:#39 DARYAN WILLIAMS 5-11; 218 SO.
G:20;TKL:74;TFL:3.0;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:2
LB:#10 DAYDAY COLEMAN 6-0; 225 JR.
G:13;TKL:51;TFL:4.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:5;BU:4
LB:#28 JERMAINE BROWN 6-1; 195 R/FR.
G:8;TKL:18;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0

In the secondary senior Trenton Gordon returns after seating out 2020. Tons of INTs in this unit

S:#38 TRENTON GORDON 5-11; 195 SR.
G:31;TLK:227;TFL:6.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:4;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:1
S:#0 MYLES HEARD 5-9; 208 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:21;TLK:61;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:3;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:3;INT:2
S:#27 JATERIOUS EVANS 6-1; 190 SO.
G:19;TLK:59;TFL:1.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:3;INT:1;BLK:1
S:#25 TKAI LLOYD 5-11; 180 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;TLK:54;TFL:3.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:4;INT:1
S:#1 ARETAVIOUS HENDRIX 6-1; 192 SR.
G:21;TLK:51;TFL:4.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:9;INT:3
S:#25 TREY RAMOS 5-11; 192 SR.
G:19;TLK:37;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:0;INT:1
S:#7 JEREMIAH DAVIS 6-0; 180 JR.
G:12;TLK:28;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:2
S:#14 KA'MAURY THOMPSON 6-0; 198 FR.
G:7;TLK:7;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:0

CB:#21 WILLIE ROBERTS 5-10; 180 SO.
G:22;TLK:60;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:13;INT:4
CB:#31 CALEB LAWTON 5-11; 175 SR.
G:35;TLK:47;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:0;BLK:1
CB:#10 MYLES BROOKS 6-1; 185 SO.
G:19;TLK:40;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:11;INT:2
CB:#5 JEREMIAH WALKER 6-1; 176 FR.
G:8;TLK:29;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:0
CB:#23 BRUCE HARMON 5-11; 181 SO.
G:12;TLK:14;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:4;INT:3

Mixed with some more FBS transfers, yes this team is primed to make a run in 2021, just got to execute.

I noticed y'all got a TE transfer from Tulane. He was committed to us before flipping to them. His high school highlights were great and he played exactly like our do it all BA of a tight end at the time so I was excited for him. Doesnt appear he did anything at Tulane though so hopefully he can be productive for yall.
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(08-17-2021 06:51 AM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  I'll kind of miss the way it was with the state of Texas on the field.

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SF Austin’s field is similar to NMSU’s. If they continue to build on it they will probably look the same.
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(08-17-2021 07:34 AM)Bobcat2013 Wrote:  
(08-17-2021 07:10 AM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  
(08-16-2021 05:18 AM)OscarWildeCat Wrote:  
(08-15-2021 06:47 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  MEN'S SPORTS

BASEBALL - Bottom tier
BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
FOOTBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship
GOLF - Bottom tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship

WOMEN'S SPORTS

BASKETBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
CROSS COUNTRY - Mid tier
GOLF - Bottom tier
SOCCER - Top tier competing for Championship
SOFTBALL - Top tier competing for Championship
TENNIS - Mid tier
TRACK & FIELD - Top tier competing for the Championship
VOLLEYBALL - Top tier competing for the Championship

I’d say that’s a pretty accurate assessment, except maybe football. I think SFA is improving but is still a year away from competing for a championship. In WBB you are too modest- instead of competing for the championship, I envision SFA as the dominant team in the conference with everyone else competing for second place.

I think SFA has the horses this year to make a run in football. Back to back top 5 recruiting classes and most of those players are either starting or have had considerable time on the field and are battle tested against 5 FBS teams in the last two seasons.

We return our starting QB now in his 3rd year in the system
QB:#1 TRAE SELF 6-4; 190 JR.
G:20;CMP:427;ATT:661;CP%:64.5%;YDS:4,558;TD:27;INT:19;RTD:7

Hopefully he will cut down on the INTs.

a three RB attack with the return of senior Da'Leon Ward.
RB:#21 DA'LEON WARD 5-10; 180 SR.
G:32;R:363;YDS:1,505;AVG:4.1;TD:10/REC:71;YDS:599;TD:2
RB:#26 REED MILES 5-8; 190 JR.
G:33;R:286;YDS:1,384;AVG:5.0;TD:9/REC:21;YDS:147;TD:0
RB:#24 JAQUARION TURNER 5-11; 202 R/FR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;R:132;YDS:541;AVG:4.1;TD:3/REC:15;YDS:128;TD:0

At WR we have 2X All-American Xavier Gibson and Virginia Tech transfer Darryle Simmons who will start.

WR:#2 XAVIER GIBSON 5-9; 170 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22;REC:104;YDS:1,775;TD:16;PRTD:1
WR:#11 JEREMIAH MILLER 6-2; 190 JR.
G:31;REC:60;YDS:774;TD:2
WR:#18 DARRYLE SIMMONS 6-2; 212 SO.

The OL returns everybody including two All-Conference players in
OL:#71 ZACH INGRAM 6-7; 275 SR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:22
OL:#72 JUSTICE GUILLORY 6-3; 325 FR. (SLC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:7

On Defense we return pretty much everyone with a ton of depth on the D line
DE:#54 AMAD MURRAY 6-3; 245 SO.
G:22;TKL:64;TFL:14.5;SCK:4.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:11;BU:1
DE:#3 B.J. THOMPSON 6-6; 210 JR. (SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR)
G:29;TKL:46;TFL:14.5;SCK:10.0;FF:0;FR:1;QBH:4;BU:2;INT:1;BLK:3
DE:#42 TERRANCE WAIR 6-1; 230 SO.
G:15;TKL:17;TFL:2.5;SCK:2.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0
DE:#98 CHANCE HILL 6-4; 235 SO.
G:12;TKL:10;TFL:1.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:0
DE:#40 MARJE SMITH 6-4; 225 JR.
G:11;TKL:3;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:0

DT:#7 DENNIS OSAGIEDE 6-0; 290 JR.
G:30;TKL:76;TFL:8.0;SCK:3.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:6;BU:1
DT:#90 RAYSHAD NICHOLS 6-3; 305 SR.
G:25;TKL:72;TFL:12.5;SCK:4.5;FF:3;FR:2;QBH:8;BU:1
DT:#91 CARL WILLIAMS 6-2; 356 SO.
G:16;TKL:18;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#95 CALEB FOX 6-2; 310 FR. (SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR)
G:8;TKL:17;TFL:7.0;SCK:2.5;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:0
DT:#93 RASON WILLIAMS II 6-4; 270 SO.
G:14;TKL:10;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:0

Linebackers are solid with the return of All-Conference player Brevin Randle and senior Bert Morris who sat out 2020.

LB:#6 BREVIN RANDLE 5-11; 228 SO. (SLC DEFENSIVE POY)
G:21;TKL:107;TFL:9.0;SCK:2.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:2;TD:1
LB:#44 BERT MORRIS 6-1; 224 SR.
G:29;TKL:78;TFL:3.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:2;BU:1
LB:#39 DARYAN WILLIAMS 5-11; 218 SO.
G:20;TKL:74;TFL:3.0;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:2
LB:#10 DAYDAY COLEMAN 6-0; 225 JR.
G:13;TKL:51;TFL:4.0;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:5;BU:4
LB:#28 JERMAINE BROWN 6-1; 195 R/FR.
G:8;TKL:18;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0

In the secondary senior Trenton Gordon returns after seating out 2020. Tons of INTs in this unit

S:#38 TRENTON GORDON 5-11; 195 SR.
G:31;TLK:227;TFL:6.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:4;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:1
S:#0 MYLES HEARD 5-9; 208 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:21;TLK:61;TFL:2.5;SCK:1.0;FF:3;FR:0;QBH:1;BU:3;INT:2
S:#27 JATERIOUS EVANS 6-1; 190 SO.
G:19;TLK:59;TFL:1.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:3;INT:1;BLK:1
S:#25 TKAI LLOYD 5-11; 180 SO. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:10;TLK:54;TFL:3.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:3;BU:4;INT:1
S:#1 ARETAVIOUS HENDRIX 6-1; 192 SR.
G:21;TLK:51;TFL:4.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:9;INT:3
S:#25 TREY RAMOS 5-11; 192 SR.
G:19;TLK:37;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:1;BU:0;INT:1
S:#7 JEREMIAH DAVIS 6-0; 180 JR.
G:12;TLK:28;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:1;FR:1;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:2
S:#14 KA'MAURY THOMPSON 6-0; 198 FR.
G:7;TLK:7;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:0;INT:0

CB:#21 WILLIE ROBERTS 5-10; 180 SO.
G:22;TLK:60;TFL:2.0;SCK:0.0;FF:1;FR:2;QBH:0;BU:13;INT:4
CB:#31 CALEB LAWTON 5-11; 175 SR.
G:35;TLK:47;TFL:1.5;SCK:1.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:8;INT:0;BLK:1
CB:#10 MYLES BROOKS 6-1; 185 SO.
G:19;TLK:40;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:11;INT:2
CB:#5 JEREMIAH WALKER 6-1; 176 FR.
G:8;TLK:29;TFL:0.0;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:1;INT:0
CB:#23 BRUCE HARMON 5-11; 181 SO.
G:12;TLK:14;TFL:0.5;SCK:0.0;FF:0;FR:0;QBH:0;BU:4;INT:3

Mixed with some more FBS transfers, yes this team is primed to make a run in 2021, just got to execute.

I noticed y'all got a TE transfer from Tulane. He was committed to us before flipping to them. His high school highlights were great and he played exactly like our do it all BA of a tight end at the time so I was excited for him. Doesnt appear he did anything at Tulane though so hopefully he can be productive for yall.

Yes, I even forgot about the TE position.

We got
TE:#82 CHAD AUNE 6-4; 221 R/FR. (SLC 1ST TEAM)
G:14;REC:11;YDS:100;TD:2
TE:#86 CARSON SPENCE 6-6; 240 JR.
G:17;REC:9;YDS:59;TD:1
TE:#88 LAVAR LINDO 6-4; 224 FR.
G:6;REC:3;YDS:20;TD:0

And we got like you said the transfer out of Tulane
TE:#87 KESHON WILLIAMS 6-3; 245 R/FR.
G:3;REC:0;YDS:0;TD:0

He has played in 3 games with not stats recorded. The coaching staff is pretty high on him and he has been getting some first team reps.

We also recruited TE GRIFFIN EDWARDS 6-6; 225 FR. who had some FBS offers.
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LU football probably won't be that good this year but at least there'll be a beer garden in the stadium.

Quote:Located in the south end zone, tickets for the beer garden are $35 per ticket which will include two drink vouchers. It will feature exclusive beers from Giglio Distributing. To provide a cooler setting during the game, the beer garden will include an artificial turf surface and umbrellas for shade, to go along with tables and chairs. The ticket will also include free lawn games exclusive to the beer garden. Tickets for the Beer Garden will be available when single-game tickets go on sale.

Beer Garden, Cardinal Cabanas Being Added to LU Gameday

Glimpse of the new turf: https://lamarcardinals.com/feature/cardi...h=football
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(08-17-2021 04:36 PM)coachacola Wrote:  LU football probably won't be that good this year but at least there'll be a beer garden in the stadium.

Quote:Located in the south end zone, tickets for the beer garden are $35 per ticket which will include two drink vouchers. It will feature exclusive beers from Giglio Distributing. To provide a cooler setting during the game, the beer garden will include an artificial turf surface and umbrellas for shade, to go along with tables and chairs. The ticket will also include free lawn games exclusive to the beer garden. Tickets for the Beer Garden will be available when single-game tickets go on sale.

Beer Garden, Cardinal Cabanas Being Added to LU Gameday

Glimpse of the new turf: https://lamarcardinals.com/feature/cardi...h=football

Cool stuff. Thanks for sharing. NMSU has the room to do something similar. I like it.
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(08-16-2021 07:22 PM)SFAXE93 Wrote:  2021 AFCA Coaches pre-season Poll

Rank, School (1st votes) Pts. *Rank
1. Sam Houston (18) 682 1
2. James Madison (9) 667 3
3. North Dakota State 633 5
4. South Dakota State (1) 620 2
5. Delaware 567 4
6. Weber State 552 8
7. North Dakota 475 6
8. Jacksonville State 437 7
9. Montana 436 NR
10. Southern Illinois 418 9
11. Montana State 383 NR
12. Monmouth (N.J.) 382 10
13. Central Arkansas 363 NR
14. Eastern Washington 287 11
15. Villanova 284 18
16. Northern Iowa 268 NR
17. Southeastern Louisiana 267 21
18. Chattanooga 204 NR
19. VMI 167 12
20. Kennesaw State 165 15
21. UC Davis 135 16
22. Richmond 104 14
23. Nicholls 88 23
24. North Carolina A&T 75 NR
25. Austin Peay 65 NR

* Ranking in final AFCA FCS Coaches Spring Poll of 2021

Others receiving votes: Murray State, 62; Missouri State, 39; Sacramento State, 39; New Hampshire, 31; Alabama A&M, 29; Samford, 18; Holy Cross, 16; Southern, 15; Alcorn State, 14; Florida A&M, 13; Stephen F. Austin, 11; ETSU, 10; Jackson State, 10; Morehead State, 9; Princeton, 9; South Carolina State, 9; Furman, 7; Charleston Southern, 6; Youngstown State, 6; Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 5; Harvard, 4; Rhode Island, 4; Davidson, 3; Yale, 3; Sacred Heart, 2; Eastern Kentucky, 1; Norfolk State, 1.

Looks about right. SFA and EKU battle it out for fourth and fifth place, behind Sam, Jax State and UCA.
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