Brief thoughts from new Citadel coach Mike Houston and some notes on the Bulldogs’ first spring practice session on Tuesday. There are some position changes of note.
I had a chance to talk with SoCon commissioner John Iamarino during halftime of the Davidson-Citadel game Monday night. Here’s what he had to say about some current issues in the league:
The Citadel at Furman
WHEN: 4 p.m. Saturday. WHERE: Timmons Arena, Greenville.
RECORDS: The Citadel 4-22, 0-11; Furman 7-17, 1-10.
The Citadel has made no official announcements since signing day, but new football coach Mike Houston continues to add players to his first recruiting class.
Since the original class of 17 was announced on Feb. 5, the Bulldogs have received commitments and/or NLIs from these players (unofficially, of course).
Calm down, it’s just a joke. What we’re really after is what the SoCon Tournament bracket would look like if the SoCon regular-season ended today. We’re less than a month from the tourney, set for March 7-10 in Asheville, and most teams have five or six regular-season games left to play.
To review, the SoCon Tournament is an 11-team tournament this season, with the top five teams receiving byes into Saturday’s second round. So here’s what the bracket looks like as of today.
Actress, comedian and anti-war activist Rosie O’Donnell dropped some big news in an appearance on the TV show “The View” on Friday.
O’Donnell told a nationwide audience that her son, Parker, has been accepted at The Citadel.