NCAAB 

Breaking down the Womens Final Four

We’re down to the last four teams for a chance to play for a National Championship. There’s  South Carolina, Stanford, Connecticut and Mississippi State. Uconn remains the heavy favorite to win its fifth consecutive championship and 12th overall as they enter currently on an 111 game winning streak, but this year’s group might face the toughest challenge of any of... Read More
NFL 

2016 NFL Draft Snapshot: Tight Ends

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. I wasn’t able to go as far in depth this year as I did last year, but enough to develop a feel for the... Read More
NFL 

2016 NFL Draft Snapshot: Offensive Line

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. I wasn’t able to go as far in depth this year as I did last year, but enough to develop a feel for the... 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 

Can North Carolina Make the College Football Playoffs?

It’s not common that we discuss the University of North Carolina football team this time of year. Usually, that talk is about the men’s and women’s basketball teams with football being a distant afterthought. Well this year, both are being discussed as the football program is vying for an ACC championship this Saturday against top-ranked Clemson. Even with a victory,... Read More
NCAAF 

Stanford invades the Coliseum to take down the ‘Men of Troy’

It was heartbreak hotel for the Stanford Cardinals the way the game ended in their last meeting with USC, and even more so for quarterback Kevin Hogan.  Back-to-back sacks with the second resulting in a fumble recovered by USC to ice the victory when Stanford was in striking distance to tie the game.  So in his last game against USC... Read More
NCAAF 

Stanford falling to Northwestern highlights first week of Pac-12 play

Sometimes it’s just not enough to have spring game and “two a day” practices to get your team in full game mode.  You actually have to get out there to face competition to know what you have as a team; and the Pac-12, which is considered one of the top conferences out of the Power five Conferences, looked discombobulated in... Read More
NCAAF 

Pac-12 Preview, the North

1. California Golden Bears The Golden Bears were a hail mary and a field goal away from getting to a bowl game last season. Since Sonny Dykes has gotten to the Golden Bears; they have shown some vast improvement from year to year.  Junior quarterback Jared Goff had a breakout season for the Bears last season leading Cal to the... Read More
NFL 

NFL Draft Snapshot: Defensive Linemen

               In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. This isn’t nearly as in depth as I’d prefer to go, but for the sake of... Read More
NFL 

NFL Draft Snapshot: Offensive Line

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. This isn’t nearly as in depth as I’d prefer to go, but for the sake of getting them done, they’ll be pretty concise.... Read More
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