The quarterback situation for the East Tennessee State football team is starting to clear itself up.
When East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders talks about having a young team, he has the numbers to prove it.
The East Tennessee State defense, particularly the secondary, stood out in Saturday night’s intrasquad football scrimmage at Greene Stadium — no surprise to coach Randy Sanders.
When the lights come on at Greene Stadium on Saturday night, the East Tennessee State football team will be hitting for real.
Quay Holmes and Jacob Saylors formed one of the SoCon’s top 1-2 punches in the backfield last season — their first in the college ranks. Holmes was a redshirt freshman, Saylors a true freshman.
Moments before East Tennessee State’s football team was scheduled to start preseason practice, the skies opened up.
Nasir Player considers himself new and improved, and that could mean trouble for East Tennessee State’s opponents when football season begins.
“We can go toe to toe with anybody and I’m excited about this season and the teams we have with all the depth. There are a lot of good teams in our league this year.”
After winning a share of the Southern Conference football championship last year, East Tennessee State has managed to keep people’s attention heading into the new season.
East Tennessee State officially announced the signing of two transfer quarterbacks for its football team on Thursday.
Twelve ETSU players claimed SoCon honors, including seven as first-team members of the two all-conference teams picked by the league’s coaches and media.
The awards, given by STATS, will be presented at a banquet on Jan. 4 in Frisco, Texas, site of the FCS national championship game.
Behind record-breaking QB Devlin Hodges, Samford ruined ETSU’s championship party with a 38-27 victory Saturday at Greene Stadium.
A huge crowd is expected at Greene Stadium when the 17th-ranked Bucs entertain Samford in a game that will determine the Southern Conference champion. Kickoff is at 1 p.m.
Austin Herink has been the frontman for the East Tennessee State football team’s resurgence, but his storybook senior season almost didn’t happen.