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2018 In A Sentence: The Blue Hose limped to a 2-8 time period, their only victories approaching against a pair of NAIA schools, Bluefield College and Lindsey Wilson College.  Outcomes like their 41-0 walloping by Big South champions Kennesaw State were more the norm for the Blue Hose’s 2018 time period.

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Presbyterian Blue Hose 
Location: Clinton, SC
Coach: Tommy Spangler (48-39), 8th Season
Stadium: Bailey Memorial Stadium (Capacity: 6,500)

CSJ Projections:
4th: FCS Independent
9th: South Carolina
124th: FCS
254th: Division I

2018 In A Sentence: The Blue Hose limped to a 2-8 time period, their only victories approaching against a pair of NAIA schools, Bluefield College and Lindsey Wilson College.  Outcomes like their 41-0 walloping by Big South champions Kennesaw State were more the norm for the Blue Hose’s 2018 time period.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: OL Tobias Hagins  had a large year for the Blue Hose, signal 45 knockdowns in 10 starts during the 2018 time period. Hagins didn’t let a sack throughout the year, piece pick up 31 score and 1st down blocks on the time period..

Key Player: LB Colby Campbell led Presbyterian and the Big South meeting in tackles with 90. He also canned 7.0 tackles for loss which graded 10th in the Big South and was 5th amongst meeting linebackers.  He has the chance to go on to create as a top-notch FCS linebacker.

Fearless Prediction: The Blue Hose, transitioning out of the Big South and into the Pioneer Football League, vie this time period as an FCS Independent with some winnable games on the agenda against Stetson, Jacksonville, FCS fledgling Merrimack and NAIA St. Andrews.  They’ll need to better on their 115th ranking in total offense to have a chance in all of those games.

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Presbyterian Blue Hose 
Location: Clinton, SC
Coach: Tommy Spangler (48-39), 8th Season
Stadium: Bailey Memorial Stadium (Capacity: 6,500)

CSJ Projections:
4th: FCS Independent
9th: South Carolina
124th: FCS
254th: Division I

2018 In A Sentence: The Blue Hose limped to a 2-8 time period, their only victories approaching against a pair of NAIA schools, Bluefield College and Lindsey Wilson College.  Outcomes like their 41-0 walloping by Big South champions Kennesaw State were more the norm for the Blue Hose’s 2018 time period.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: OL Tobias Hagins  had a large year for the Blue Hose, signal 45 knockdowns in 10 starts during the 2018 time period. Hagins didn’t let a sack throughout the year, piece pick up 31 score and 1st down blocks on the time period..

Key Player: LB Colby Campbell led Presbyterian and the Big South meeting in tackles with 90. He also canned 7.0 tackles for loss which graded 10th in the Big South and was 5th amongst meeting linebackers.  He has the chance to go on to create as a top-notch FCS linebacker.

Fearless Prediction: The Blue Hose, transitioning out of the Big South and into the Pioneer Football League, vie this time period as an FCS Independent with some winnable games on the agenda against Stetson, Jacksonville, FCS fledgling Merrimack and NAIA St. Andrews.  They’ll need to better on their 115th ranking in total offense to have a chance in all of those games.

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FCS Playoffs ‘Til I Die: Ripping Up Last Week’s #FCSPlayoff Bracket And Picking A New One CSJ 2018 Week 11 Preview: Towson at Elon, How To Watch and Fearless Prediction College Sports Journal FCS Football Players of the Week-Sept 24th 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:

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