Picked seventh in the preseason Big South coaches poll, I don't think anyone expected the Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs (2-1) to get off to this kind of start.
We got our first look at Gardner-Webb Saturday afternoon and the Bulldogs are certainly going to look a little different this season but expect their core to keep them in every game.
Get ready for a crazy year in the Big South! The conference is deeper than it's ever been and virtually anyone can come away with the Big South title at Myrtle Madness this March.
Depending on first round outcomes, Seton Hall will play either Clemson or Gardner-Webb in the second round of the 2014 Paradise Jam after a match-up with Nevada in the opening round.
Six games were on the Big South slate Wednesday night, four of those games ended up being one shot games including a couple of battles for first place. Cross-divisional play now starts on Saturday.
No one can seem to gain ground in the Big South after another week where parity was the supreme story across the conference landscape.
It was another jam packed week in the Big South. It looks like Gardner-Webb is settling in with new head coach Tim Craft; while some of the conference's younger teams struggled this week.
Carnage always seems to reign supreme on opening night for some major programs. Which Mid-Major programs are poised to upset a big time team during the first weekend of the season?
The Liberty Flames had an unexpected run to the Big South championship a year ago. Will the Flames repeat or will someone else rise to the top in the twelve team Big South?
Plenty of players sat out a year in hopes of better seasons elsewhere. After redshirting these 2012 transfers are ready to hit the ground running in 2013.