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2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Jacksonville Dolphins - The College Sports Journal

A slightly likely time period crashed and burnt to a dissatisfactory 2-8 record.  In 8 games, including one of their victories, the Dolphin defence gave up more than 30 points.

2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Jacksonville Dolphins - The College Sports Journal
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Jacksonville Dolphins
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Coach: Ian Shields (14-7), 3rd time period
Stadium: D.B. Milne Field (Capacity: 5,000)

CSJ Projections:
10th: Pioneer League
11th: Florida
123rd: FCS
253rd: Division I

2018 In A Sentence: A slightly likely time period crashed and burnt to a dissatisfactory 2-8 record.  In 8 games, including one of their victories, the Dolphin defence gave up more than 30 points.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: 6’2, 300 lb Jake Dempsey was a three-year starter motor on the violative line and a cardinal part of the Dolphin offense.  The Dolphins carven out 345 yards on the land per game with head manager Ian Shields‘ triple-option attack.

Key Player: In the very last game of the year, QB Calvin Turner Jr., Jacksonville’s 1,431 yard ball carrier and dynamical near-record breaker, suffered a awful leg hurt that needed an air cast as he left the field.  It’s unclear when he’ll be flushed enough to take the field, but the Dolphins really need him back to power their offense.

Fearless Prediction: Shields really needs to fix Jacksonville’s sieve-like defence if he hopes to propel the Dolphins to the top of the PFL once again, and if Turner Jr. isn’t ready by opening day that job will be even more difficult.

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Chuck has been writing about Lehigh football since the dawn of the internet, or perhaps it only seems like it.  He's executive editor of the College Sports Journal and has also written a book, The Rivalry: How Two Schools Started the Most Played College Football Series. Reach him at: this email or click below:

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Jacksonville Dolphins
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Coach: Ian Shields (14-7), 3rd time period
Stadium: D.B. Milne Field (Capacity: 5,000)

CSJ Projections:
10th: Pioneer League
11th: Florida
123rd: FCS
253rd: Division I

2018 In A Sentence: A slightly likely time period crashed and burnt to a dissatisfactory 2-8 record.  In 8 games, including one of their victories, the Dolphin defence gave up more than 30 points.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: 6’2, 300 lb Jake Dempsey was a three-year starter motor on the violative line and a cardinal part of the Dolphin offense.  The Dolphins carven out 345 yards on the land per game with head manager Ian Shields‘ triple-option attack.

Key Player: In the very last game of the year, QB Calvin Turner Jr., Jacksonville’s 1,431 yard ball carrier and dynamical near-record breaker, suffered a awful leg hurt that needed an air cast as he left the field.  It’s unclear when he’ll be flushed enough to take the field, but the Dolphins really need him back to power their offense.

Fearless Prediction: Shields really needs to fix Jacksonville’s sieve-like defence if he hopes to propel the Dolphins to the top of the PFL once again, and if Turner Jr. isn’t ready by opening day that job will be even more difficult.

Related Posts

CSJ 2018 Second Round FCS Playoff Preview: Jacksonville State at Maine, How To Watch and Fearless Predictions 2018 College Football Team Previews: Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Who We Like And How To Watch: Week 1, 9/3/2016 Chuck Burton

Chuck has been writing about Lehigh football since the dawn of the internet, or perhaps it only seems like it.  He’s executive editor of the College Sports Journal and has also written a book, The Rivalry: How Two Schools Started the Most Played College Football Series.

Reach him at: this email or click below:

Tags:2019, Championship Subdivision, Division I, FCS Football, Jacksonville Dolphins Football, NCAA, Pioneer Football League, Team Preview

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