Some very good sites for insight into our Conference mates.
The Owls have their work cut out for them on Thursday night down at Central Florida in a game essentially for the AAC East. The offensive game plan is under review heading into the big contest. Read more at Temple Football Forever.
For UConn’s coach and players, all is not lost in all the losses. Can losing be virtuous? Some in the Huskies program think yes, it can be. Read the UConn Blog.\
USF trying to regroup following first loss of the season to AAC West rival Houston. The loss dropped the Bulls out of the Top 25, but not yet out of contention for the AAC title. Read more about the 2018 Bulls at The Daily Stampede.
Central Florida focused on offensive line preparation for a very strong Temple defense. McKenzie Milton status still unknown heading into the Thursday night tilt. Read more at Knights Notepad.
Cincinnati get back on track thanks to a pick-6 in its overtime win against AAC West foe Southern Methodist. Grades posted for the offense and defense the SMU win. For a slick site that employs a multi-media approach, learn about Cincinnati’s 2018 edition at Down the Drive.
Despite mounting injuries, the Cougars find themselves rolling and now in the Top 25 in the land. Houston’s QB takes home AAC Weekly honors as he and his teammates route previously-ranked South Florida. Follow the Cougars at The Chron.
“Humbled” Memphis Tigers football team searching to get back above .500 with a visit to East Carolina. Scroll down the page for the story. Follow the Tigers at The Commercial Appeal.
Struggling Navy hoping to keep its unbeaten streak against the Cincinnati Bearcats alive. Middies are 3-0 versus Cincy, but will play the Bearcats in Ohio for the first time ever. Follow the Midshipmen at Navy’s Football Site.
Tulsa’s free fall leaving the program with more questions than answers as the team copes with another losing season just two years removed from a 10-win campaign. Learn more at Tulsa World.
Former LSU quarterback Justin McMillan did not disappoint in his Tulane debut, leading the Green Wave to a dramatic come-from-behind win over Tulsa. The Times-Picayune has the Green Wave covered.
Southern Methodist sticking with quarterback Ben Hicks despite tossing game-costing pick against Cincinnati in his last outing. Schedule only gets tougher for the struggling Mustangs. The Dallas News keeps you informed.