The Bears open their season Friday at 6 p.m. with a home game against Eastern Kentucky University. The series continues with games on Saturday and Sunday.
With the preseason over, the Bears will contend with the University of Oregon on Friday and the University of Southern California on Saturday, both at home, to open their season.
They play Wofford on Thursday, Feb. 17 and Furman on Saturday, Feb. 19. Furman is their only conference loss, so the game on Saturday is the Bears’ shot at redemption.
The three losses from the week put the team’s record at 13-13 overall and 6-7 in the conference.
After two thrilling conference championship games, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angles Rams are headed to the Super Bowl.
The Bears travel to Annapolis on Feb. 12 to play Navy for their next game.
The Bears took down ETSU 82-48 to achieve a four-game winning streak, making their SoCon record 8-1.
Parity, broadcasting and excitement are just a few of the reasons the CFP needs to change.
The Bears bounced back from the first two losses and completed a perfect weekend, not losing even one match.
The Bears played four teams over the weekend and came out winning all four matches, improving their record to 4-1.
Glisson III sunk two from the free-throw line to secure a 67-62 win over Wofford after a nail-biting night.
The Bears are staying home to play Bucknell on Feb. 5 at 11 a.m.
The Bears continued their winning streak Jan. 17 when they defeated East Tennessee State University 66-54 at Hawkins Arena.
The game will tip off at 8 p.m at the Pete Hanna Center Jan. 26th.
The next round of NFL Playoff games features interesting rematches, familiar faces and a chance for Matthew Stafford to break out.
The matchup against the Bulldogs will be followed by two more crucial conference games against East Tennessee State on Wednesday and Western Carolina on Saturday.
The Bears defeated UNCG and WCU in recent matchups to move to 3-0 in Southern Conference play.
After teams played through the new 18-week season, only 14 teams have the opportunity to fight for a chance to hoist the Lombardi trophy.
When many Mercer students left campus after Dec. 18, the men's and women's basketball teams stayed to play. Unfortunately for the Bears, the two teams combined for five postponements and cancellations in their games during the break.