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 

Week 6 Recap: Dominance at the top with one upset to boot

It was another weekend of domination for the top teams in the nation. Still, some of the final scores were down right jaw dropping. Alabama was expected to outmuscle the Razorbacks and continue their run for a playoff bid.  The Buckeyes didn’t let up one bit after in their win over the Hoosiers. Despite Indiana’s resounding win against Michigan State... 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
NCAAB 

Journey to the Sweet 16

There’s a reason why sports fans get excited about the month of March, because of the craziness; the intrigue; the uncertainty; and the madness of college basketball, the NCAA Tournament. Of course, this wasn’t any different.  Yes it is called “March Madness” for a reason but you could also it “March Sadness” for so many Seniors whose expectations to go... Read More
NCAAF 

Kyle Allen threw away a win for the Aggies

Two out of the last three seasons the A&M Aggies have played the Crimson Tide very tough.  Of course those were the days of Johnny Manzel.  Manzel led the Aggies to a shocker in Tuscaloosa in 2012 which led to his Heisman Trophy.  In 2013 he connected with Mike Evans for over 200 yards passing and they only loss by... 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 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
NCAAF NFL 

Johnny Football’s Future in the NFL

Johnny Manziel – man, legend, quarterback, Aggie. These are only a few words that describe one of the greatest collegiate football players we have ever had the privilege of watching. In two short years in College Station, TX, he has provided as much excitement as anyone that has preceded him. The first Freshman to ever in the Heisman Trophy, his... Read More
General Thoughts 

General Thoughts

Another wild week in sports has culminated with the first suspension in the newest baseball scandal. Ryan Braun, who once denied vehemently that he used performance-enhancing drugs, now has come clean. But of course, he came clean with a price. Braun was suspended for the rest of the baseball season without pay for his actions involving PEDs and he is... Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome back to the seventh edition of King’s Court. I have been on a two week hiatus dealing with various personal matters, but I’m back and better than ever. A lot has happened since I last published King’s Court, but I will mainly be focusing on things that occurred this week in the sporting world. Without further ado, court is... Read More
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