Wofford looked like the class of the league until losing 34-14 to Furman last weekend. While that defeat slowed the Terriers’ momentum, they’re still ranked 12th in the country.
"I've told the guys from Day 1, it isn't how the offense plays, how the defense plays or the kicking game; they all have to work and fit together.”
The view from the top is nice, but East Tennessee State will have to fight hard over the next few weeks to remain on its lofty perch in the Southern Conference football standings.
For those of you who weren’t counting, East Tennessee State’s football team went 5,512 days between shutouts.
East Tennessee State is in the Top 25.
Defense has been the calling card for the East Tennessee State football team during its resurgence, and never has that been more true than Saturday.
East Tennessee State's running game was firing on all cylinders Saturday afternoon at Greene Stadium.
East Tennessee State's white-out Saturday night turned into a shutout for over three quarters, thanks to an inspired effort by the Bucs' defense.
Those inside the East Tennessee State University athletic department are calling it the biggest game since the football program’s return in 2015.
The East Tennessee State football team hosts longtime rival Chattanooga in a crucial Southern Conference matchup Saturday night, Sept. 29 inside William B. Greene Jr. Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders said a decision whether to stick with Logan Marchi as starting quarterback or go with three-year starter Austin Herink against Chattanooga will be determined by practice.
Austin Herink has been through the highs and lows of East Tennessee State University reinstating its football program, but he reached a new summit in Saturday night's 29-27 win over Furman at Greene Stadium.
Three players who have been with the East Tennessee State football team the longest played major roles in their biggest victory to date.