The trip to West Point to play Army is the closest thing to a bowl game or post-season game The Citadel will come during this pandemic-shortened fall season
For Citadel graduate Jeff Trinh, a game-winning field goal against Army in 1992 was just part of a remarkable American journey.
There are not many secrets between coaching staffs at The Citadel and Army West Point. They both teach the triple option offense at military schools.
With the coronavirus pandemic shortening the college basketball season, The Citadel will likely have to push three big-money guarantee games to the 2021-22 season.
Citadel football coach Brent Thompson spent part of Monday morning watching tape of his team's 37-14 loss to Eastern Kentucky. He upgraded his assessment just a bit from his instant review on Saturday.
With The Citadel trailing No. 1 Clemson by 49-0 at halftime, game officials came to Bulldogs coach Brent Thompson with an offer.
The most consequential college football game in state history might have occurred on Oct. 16, 1931, at the old Pee Dee Fairgrounds in Florence.
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Many college football players wrestled with the question of whether to play the sport they love during the coronavirus pandemic. The Citadel's Willie Eubanks III was not one of them.
The Citadel is eager for an upset at South Florida on Saturday, but has had 11 players opt out of the season due to the coronavius pandemic.
Player testing three times a week, few (if any) fans in the stadium and a redshirt year for everyone are just a few of the odd aspects of 2020 college football, a season unlike any other.
Former First Baptist star receiver Sincere Brown, a freshman at South Florida, is set for his college debut against The Citadel on Saturday.
Forty years ago, Brad Scott worked at The Citadel and brought baby Jeff to Bulldog games. On Saturday, Jeff Scott will make his coaching debut at South Florida against The Citadel.
They don't have quite the team they could have had, and they aren't playing anything close to the schedule they should be. But in a year like none other, The Citadel Bulldogs are less than week away from playing football. They'll take it.
South Florida coach Jeff Scott made sure his players saw video of The Citadel's 10-10 halftime tie with Alabama in 2018.
The Citadel opens its football season next week at South Florida, but had to deal with grief, uncertainty, social issues and COVID-19 to get here.
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South Florida will not allow any fans in the stands for its Sept. 12 football home opener against The Citadel, USF announced Thursday.
Four more Citadel football players have opted out of the fall football season due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The Citadel has added a Sept. 12 game at South Florida to its fall football schedule, athletic director Mike Capaccio said Thursday
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The Citadel hopes to play four football games this fall, including its game at Clemson. The Bulldogs won't be playing Charleston Southern, which announced Friday it will cancel all fall football games.
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On a dramatic day that will change college football for the 2020 season and beyond, two of the sport's Power Five conferences – the Big Ten and the Pac-12 – opted not to play this fall.
Despite a #WeWantToPlay movement spearheaded by Clemson players over the weekend, the 2020 college football season seemed to be teetering on the brink of cancellation on Monday.
An All-American running back who transferred from VMI to The Citadel has opted not to play the 2020 season for the Bulldogs, and 34 football players did not report to the first day of preseason practice due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
The Citadel football team begins preseason practice at 8:30 a.m. sharp on Friday. But it might be two more weeks before the Bulldogs find out if there will be an FCS national championship to play for this season.
With coaches, players and administrators from about 75 schools eagerly awaiting word, the NCAA Board of Governors met Tuesday to discuss — again — the fate of the FCS football playoffs this season.
The Southern Conference could push back the start of its football season as the league awaits further clarity on the fate of the FCS playoffs and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on college campuses.
The Citadel has named Appalachian State assistant coach Ryan LeBlanc as the Bulldogs' new head wrestling coach, athletic director Mike Capaccio said Thursday.
College football players interviewed at the Big South media day said they felt comfortable about shedding sweat and blood on the practice field and in games this fall, despite the threat of COVID-19.
Brandon McCladdie, a 2013 Citadel graduate and former football player for the Bulldogs, was recently hired as the new director of athletic development at Davidson College.
An FCS playoff berth is still a possibility for The Citadel and Charleston Southern football, at least for the time being, after the NCAA put off a decision on postponing championships in fall sports.
The NCAA's Board of Governors is scheduled to meet Friday, at which time the 25-member panel could decide to cancel or postpone fall championships, including the 24-team FCS football playoffs.
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