Another fly-by-night college football program (with eight FCS opponents last season) under scrutiny:
"Ulusan and other players told USA TODAY Sports, is what they dealt with behind the scenes: Practices without a certified athletic trainer. Inadequate equipment. Players on food stamps. Unexpected financial commitments. A scarcity of water at practice. And overcrowded housing that left players sleeping in living rooms and, in at least one case, the kitchen of an apartment unit."
"Last season, Lincoln played eight games against teams in the Football Championship Subdivision, which is the second-highest tier of college football. Five of those games – featuring opponents like Cal Poly, Southern Utah and Tennessee State – were broadcast on ESPN+.