NFL 

Biggest Surprises from Round 1

Last night was exciting and intriguing day to say the least. It’s an indication that at the end of the day, the draft is truly unpredictable. No matter how much analysis and information is put into it, once it begins all that goes out the window. The quarterback frenzy shook up the first round creating an aura of intrigue throughout... Read More
NFL 

Thank you, Cleveland

Thank you, Cleveland for not overthinking the first overall pick. Thank you, Cleveland for drafting the best prospect in the 2017 draft class. Thank you, Cleveland for making sound and quality selections in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Cleveland is coming off an abysmal 1-15 season. The franchise has not been good in the nearly two decades... Read More
NCAAF 

College Football Top 4: Second Week

In a night where the state of the country was waiting on who will be our next President, college football fans watched to see the unveiling of the most recent rankings of teams and how the committee voted on who are the top 4 teams in the country. Doesn’t matter if you were voting Hillary or Donald, you know where... Read More
NCAAF 

College Football Top 25 Breakdown

It’s that time of year again, football is officially back in the air. That being said, let’s take a look at the Preseason Top 25 as it will surely change between now and the playoffs. #25 Florida Gators It’s still up in the air, but Oregon State transfer Luke Del Rio will most likely be the Gators’ starting quarterback this... Read More
NCAAF 

Who Will Take Home the Heisman?

Much like the College Football Playoffs this year’s Heisman race has been like the Kentucky Derby, where the most consistent player would emerge as one of the finalists.  Leonard Fournette and Trevon Boykin were clear favorites near midseason, but unproductive performances and injuries turned things around and opened up the door for others that were a bit more consistent. In... Read More
NCAAF 

Irish come up a yard short in Death Valley

The last time the Notre Dame went into Death Valley, Joe Montana and Dwight Clark were n opposite sides of the field.  College Game Day wasn’t an idea and there weren’t any live nationally televised games. A Joe Montana led Irish team came from 10 down to win 21-17 on a Montana quarterback sneak with seven minutes to go in... Read More
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