COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- New Coastal Carolina coach Joe Moglia understands that in football, just like on Wall Street, results matter.
So the man nicknamed "the billionaire coach" for the money he made in the past three decades in the financial market understands the best way to earn love from Chanticleers fans is to win, starting with the season opener Saturday against North Carolina A&T.
Coastal Carolina fired David Bennett last year. He built the program from scratch, with two playoff bids and a 63-39 record in nine seasons.
In other games Saturday involving South Carolina's Football Championship Subdivision teams, The Citadel hosts Charleston Southern; Furman travels to Samford; Wofford is at Gardner-Webb; and Presbyterian hosts Brevard.
South Carolina State opened the season Thursday at the Georgia Dome, beating Georgia State 33-6.