Game Review, 2013: Wofford

Well, that was not a huge surprise…

Actually, there were some elements of the game that were not expected. I didn’t think at this point in the season there would be a discussion about the regression of the offense from last year, but here we are.

There was one Bulldog cheerleader on hand for every offensive touchdown scored by The Citadel in this game. Given that the administration quietly eliminated the cheerleading squad prior to the 2013-14 school year, that’s not good. (Neither is not having any cheerleaders, but that’s a discussion for another post.)

I’ll write more about this game when I preview the Western Carolina matchup later in the week. Right now, though, things are tough for the Bulldogs, and tough in a way that wasn’t really anticipated before the season began.

The only saving grace so far is that The Citadel isn’t the only SoCon team struggling. Furman and Appalachian State are both winless as well (App lost at home to North Carolina A&T…hello).

Wofford, in all honesty, didn’t look that great even in its victory (which unfortunately does say a lot about the Bulldogs’ performance). Chattanooga did what it was supposed to do against Georgia State after not doing what it was supposed to do versus UT-Martin.

Samford has looked decent; the loss to Arkansas was probably more impressive than its win over Georgia State. Georgia Southern basically hasn’t started its season yet, and in a way, neither Western Carolina nor Elon has either.

As usual, I took some pictures. As usual, they aren’t that great. However, I continue to take them anyway…

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