It comes down to the details, according to East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders.
CULLOWHEE, N.C. — It was fitting that the Western Carolina band played Aretha Franklin songs before Saturday’s game against East Tennessee State, because the only thing the teams were playing for was R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Saturday’s Southern Conference football game between East Tennessee State and Western Carolina is important to exactly two teams.
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.
In a season of disappointments, the East Tennessee State football team lost another close game. This time it was by a mere yard, maybe the longest yard of the year.
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 when the Bulldogs come to Greene Stadium for a Southern Conference football game.
East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders has channelled his inner Journey while trying to keep his team motivated.
This one stung the most, based on Randy Sanders’ reaction.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The story remained the same for the East Tennessee State football team. The Bucs have figured out how to do just enough to lose.
Still searching for his first Southern Conference win of the season, East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders doesn’t see any relief on the horizon.