National Columnist

Chuck Bitner earned a degree in Business Administration from Bloomsburg University in 2001. He is employed in the banking industry and lives in Pennsylvania with his wife Alyssa and a family of cats.

In his spare time, Chuck enjoys traveling to football games, home remodeling, reading, sports photography and watching all forms of auto racing.


CIAA Columnist

Kris Ferguson earned three business bachelor degrees and graduated from Winston-Salem State University in 2008. He works for a financial regulatory agency as a capital markets specialist.

In addition to his business travels, he spends his spare time on exotic road trips throughout in the US and Canada, watching sports, exercising, modifying cars, and building his wine collection.


GAC Columnist

Luke McConnell serves as the play-by-play voice Southern Nazarene University football and men's and women's basketball. He's held this role since 2018. Previously, he spent three years covering sports for KWTV/ in Oklahoma City. His primary focuses were the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma City Thunder and high school football.

Luke lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and four boys. His day job is being on staff at Council Road Baptist Church as a part of the Outside the Walls ministry team. 


GLIAC Columnist

Veteran Columnist Tony Nicolette returns to cover the GLIAC in 2022 after stepping away prior to the 2013 season.

In addition to his previous work on, Nicolette has worked for the GLIAC office and has been a television commentator for the Grand Valley Sports Network and ESPN.

The GVSU alum is married with two children.


GMAC Columnist
GSC Columnist
LSC Columnist

Craig Fenn is a biology professor who holds degrees from the University of New Haven and Penn State University.  He began following Division 2 football while a student at New Haven in the mid-to-late-1990’s, which included the 1997 run to the National Championship game when the Chargers were an Independent program. 

A native of the Waterbury, CT area, he now lives near Lancaster, PA with his wife, children, and cats.


MIAA Columnist

Devin Albertson has always had a passion for MIAA football while growing up near Northwest Missouri and graduating from the school with a degree in Sports Media and Sports Psychology.

Devin lives in Kansas City and founded/manages Missouri 8-Man Football on Facebook and Twitter. 

When Devin isn't covering the MIAA or high school football, he enjoys watching the Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Cardinals and the NBA. Devin also enjoys spending time with family, friends and his dog Brulee.


NE10 Columnist

Paul Falewicz has covered the Northeast-10 Conference and Division II football for the site since 2005.  He has also covered high school football and college hockey in his area over the years.

He has also coached basketball at the Division III level as well as the high school level for many years.  He lives in Billerica, MA with his wife.  


NSIC Columnist

Chicago native Matt Witwicki is a veteran columnist for small college football in the great plains.  Before joining, Witt gained experience covering football for the NAIA's Victory Sports Network.

Based out of Sioux Falls, Matt coaches his sons in the sports of football and baseball in his free time.


PSAC Columnist

Cary Moyer played his college football in Pennsylvania and has coached at the high school, college, and professional indoor levels. Most recently, he has been a television and streaming broadcaster for Pennsylvania high school football. Cary has covered PSAC football games for over a decade.

Cary and his wife Kelly, son Brett, and daughters Lyla and Grace, reside in Exeter Township, PA.



Jared Stokes is a former tight end at Colorado School of Mines, 1988-91.  


SAC Columnist
SIAC Columnist

A.D. Drew is the co-host and producer of the BCSN SportsWrap and producer of Dr. Cavil's Inside the HBCU SportsLab on the Black College Sports Network.  The St. Louis, Mo native has worked as a play-by-play voice and a color-analyst for the BCSN.  

Drew is a graduate of Florida A&M and Tuskegee. 


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