Artevius Smith has spent his football career at East Tennnessee State switching positions so often, there were times you’d never know where to look for him at practice.
Monday is usually the time of the week to look ahead for East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders, but he couldn’t help but look back at the way his team lost its latest game.
A five-game losing streak that has left East Tennessee State winless in the Southern Conference football standings hasn’t changed coach Randy Sanders’ opinion of his team.
East Tennessee State’s offense hasn’t been very efficient this season and that better change if the Bucs are to have any chance against The Citadel on Saturday at Greene Stadium.
Crunch time is here for the East Tennessee State football team, and getting that first Southern Conference win is job No. 1 this week.
East Tennessee State redshirt senior Ben Blackmon is truly the anchor of the offensive line.
The ball will be in the air Saturday night when Virginia Military Institute visits Greene Stadium to take on East Tennessee State in a Southern Conference football game, and that suits the players in the ETSU secondary just fine.
ETSU is the heavy favorite Saturday when the Bucs host Shorter in their home opener. Kickoff at Greene Stadium is set for 7:35 p.m.
The back end of the East Tennessee State football team’s defense is out to prove it can match — or exceed — its stellar performance from last season.
JOHNSON CITY — Six practices isn’t enough time to form any permanent impressions, and East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders says his team’s quarterback position is still up for grabs.
JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders is about to put his reputation as a supreme quarterback handler to the test again.
The Greene County Partnership’s annual Sports Council luncheon will welcome ETSU’s head football coach as its featured speaker on July 16. Individual tickets and table sponsorships are on sale now.
Randy Sanders might have answered the biggest question facing his East Tennessee State football team.
East Tennessee State’s football team announced a signing class of 28 players Wednesday and nine of the new signees are from Tennessee.
Blake Austin decided to stay close to home to further his football career. The 6-foot-4, 280-pound lineman from Science Hill High School signed with East Tennessee State on Wednesday afternoon in a ceremony at the new Science Hill Gym.