March 25, 2023

How the New Big 12 Stacks Up

September 7, 2021 Spencer Hughes 0

BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF appear headed to the Big 12, and that means a shake-up among the Power Five. Can the Big 12 keep up with the others in money, power, perception, and (most […]

Let’s talk about Houston

September 2, 2021 Travis Halm 0

The Big 12 will likely expand, following the departure of Oklahoma and Texas to the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The top three candidates appear to be Brigham Young University (BYU), the University of Cincinnati, and the […]

Returning to Conference Alignment Sanity

July 22, 2020 Travis Halm 0

Ten years ago, the University of Colorado and the University of Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference, creating a domino effect across the college athletics landscape, before the realignment fervor largely settled in 2014. Since […]

TGS’ 2019 Bowl Draft

December 18, 2019 Spencer Hughes 0

Austin Narber, Tom Danielson, and Spencer Hughes rotated through the draft posing as bowl representatives and offer brief explanations for their selection. Take a look and tell us what your think. […]

Rivalries we’ve lost

November 14, 2017 Travis Halm 0

College football has turned the final corner of the regular season. Conference races have narrowed to two or three contenders, and the march to bowl season is full steam ahead. Iconic and pivotal match-ups are […]

Requiem of the Missouri Valley?

March 7, 2017 Travis Halm 0

Reports surfaced last week of the American Athletic Conference looking to add the Wichita State Shockers to their league as a basketball-only member, as the league looks to enhance their basketball brand amidst¬†the departure of […]