Press "Enter" to skip to content

Morning Report: 9.16.18

Adam Martinez of Mean Green Nation

Instead, they have taken it to the next level and have dominated the competition. Has that competition been bad? Yes, unquestionably so. This Arkansas team is the worst in a half-decade at least. The level of competition cannot be controlled, but the way that this team competes and dominates that level can be.

Brad Stephens of the BG Daily News

The Hilltoppers’ loss Saturday in Louisville took on a much different feeling. Sanford vowed after the game that “no moral victories will be claimed” by he or his team, but WKU undeniably put a better product on the field against the Cards and nearly scored a huge win.

David Teel of the Virginian-Pilot

The timing could not be worse. ODU is spending $65 million to rebuild Ballard Stadium, the renovated facility set to debut in 2019. A depressed, perhaps even unruly, fan base leaving seats and suites empty is the last thing the project needs.

Nick Suss of the Hattiesburg American

Corralling quarterback Caleb Evans was one of Southern Miss’ biggest defensive challenges in its loss to UL-Monroe on Saturday. Evans rushed eight times for 39 yards against the Golden Eagles, but only five of those carries and 17 of those yards were designed. Evans’ other three rushes came on called pass plays where the quarterback had to scramble for yardage, gaining 22 yards and eluding two would-be sacks.

Jerry Briggs for Inside Runner Sports

When the UTSA Roadrunners filed into the locker room at Bill Snyder Family Stadium late Saturday afternoon, coach Frank Wilson told his players to stay positive.

Senior leaders, in turn, urged the young players to keep working. It’s about all that could be said after a 41-17 loss at Kansas State dropped the Roadrunners to 0-3 for the first time since 2015.

David J. Neal of the Miami Herald

A week after being shot in an Opa-locka drive-by, FIU running back Anthony Jones is scheduled to be moved to a regular hospital room.

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *