NCAAF 

Corey Clement: The Badgers’ Best Kept Secret

Ever since Barry Alvarez took over a downtrodden Wisconsin program in 1989, the Badgers have pounded their opponents into submission with mammoth Offensive Linemen and big, bruising Runningbacks. Record-Setting runners such as Ron Dayne, Montee Ball and most recently Melvin Gordon III ┬áhave cemented their legacies as Badger greats. Dayne is the NCAA all-time leading rusher, Ball has the all-time… Read More
NCAAF 

‘Battle for the Real HU’ is the theme of this year’s Nation’s Football Classic

There was a press conference earlier today at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. This is the fifth installment of the event and the first time in which Howard’s opponent will change. AT&T and Events DC have partnered again to run the event, this year’s event will take place on September 18, 2015 at 7 pm. The new opponent brings an… Read More
NCAAB NCAAF 

Michigan State: Basketball or Football School?

As I watched Michigan State dispatch Louisville on Sunday to head to the ninth Final Four in program history, while the pro-MSU crowd broke into their alternating “Go Green! Go White!” chant, an age-old question entered my mind: Is MSU a basketball or football school? The other three schools in this year’s Final Four don’t have the kind of debate… Read More
NCAAF NFL 

2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Who Has The Most To Gain?

Each year, the NFL Scouting Combine provides over three hundred of the nation’s top collegiate prospects the biggest prospective job interview of their lives. These players will be physically and mentally evaluated in order for NFL teams to determine their draft value. Millions of dollars are won and lost each year due to player’s performances. In 2012, Dontari Poe was… Read More