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Ramon’s Mock Draft: Round 1

1.Browns (Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M): This pick should be an absolute no brainer. Garrett has been the consensus first overall pick since the process began. There is not a draft expert out there that would argue this pick. Myles has established himself as one of if not the best player in this draft. Myles carries all the physical traits,... Read More
NCAAF 

Shocker in Stillwater headlines Week 2 Review

It was another weekend of unpredictable football in the college ranks.  They aren’t any of the Top 25 games that the nation was treated to last week, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t get the unexpected, jaw-dropping surprises we tend to get when the day is over. Most notable was the game down in Stillwater between Central Michigan and Oklahoma... Read More
NCAAF 

Fournette bottled up, and Tide rolls on to a win

LSU running back Leonard Fournette has been the dominant force on the LSU Tigers offense and the main staple to their success this season.  Fournette has been the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy up to this point in the season.  There have been comparisons to Herschel Walker, the 1981 Heisman Trophy winner.  Fournette has averaged over 191 yards per game... Read More
NCAAF 

No Mercy for Tigers in “Death Valley”

All you can do is hope when you come into “Death Valley” (Tiger Stadium) in LSU as the Bayou Bengals generally have no mercy for any team that enters, the same was true for the Auburn Tigers who haven’t won in “Death Valley” since 1999.  Considering the way Auburn beat up on LSU in 2014 to the tune of 41-7... Read More
NCAAF 

2015 SEC West Football Preview

  We’re just a week away from the kickoff of college football around the country, and things may never have been as unsettled as they are right now around college football’s best conference. The SEC. There are at this late date still as many as five teams that have yet to decide on who they’re starting quarterback will be. Of... Read More
NCAAF 

SEC: Week 11 Preview

  Week 11 brings us only six games involving teams from the SEC. Three of those games are in-conference battles, highlighted by one of the hottest rivalries in college football. Alabama at LSU. But, before we get into Week 11, lets take a look back at the crazy action in Week 10, where one coach may have saved his job... Read More
NCAAF 

SEC: Week 9 Recap

  What an emotional night in Tiger Stadium. Not even 24 hours after receiving the news of his Mother passing, LSU head coach Les Miles and his 24th ranked Tigers went out and defeated the 3rd ranked Ole Miss Rebels in thrilling fashion. Playing the role of spoiler and keeping their slim hopes alive in what looks to be a... Read More
NCAAF 

SEC: Week 8 Recap

Muschamp and the Gators have lost their Chomp…..   Missouri 42  Florida 13 –  There’s no denying the Gators have fallen on hard times over the last couple of seasons. At least for their standards anyway. But, there was never really a time when the program seemed to hit rock bottom. That was until this past Saturday night. Things officially... Read More
NCAAF 

SEC: Mid-Season Awards

  The worst thing about college football is the short length of the season. It’s always here and gone in a flash. We’re already at the midway point of what has been an incredible season in the SEC and around the nation. With it being the midway point of the season, it seems only right to hand out a few... Read More
NCAAF 

SEC: Week 3 Recap

    Gamecocks beat Georgia – SEC East up for grabs   After being embarrassed on opening night at home by Texas A&M, many people had written off the South Carolina Gamecocks. That sentiment was solidified further when they struggled in week 2 against East Carolina. If we learned one thing this weekend, it’s to never count out a Steve... Read More
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