Category: NCAA Football

March 30, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

For college athletes, to be at the top of your game at the collegiate level brings so much reward and grandeur. Depending on the size of the community the campus entrenches, you can sometimes be considered as the faux-mayor of the town. These quarterbacks enjoyed the harvests of their work produced for their college football…

March 11, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

Washington CB Sidney Jones was carted off the field suffering a torn Achilles during Saturday’s pro day. The injury occurred while finishing his final pro day workouts. This is awful news as Jones was a potential top-10 pick. Prior to Saturday’s pro day, the Washington standout was a consensus top-three corner after running a 4.47 at the…

January 24, 2017 Devon Ashby No comments exist

Charlie Strong felt he let down other African-American head coaches in his time with the Texas Longhorns. These type of feelings once again highlight a major issue in the NCAA: A diversity problem in the coaching ranks. Strong was the first black head coach in Longhorns history. He’s now at the University of South Florida; he replaced Willie Taggert (also…

January 10, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  This time around, it was Clemson who stood tall. For the first time since 1981, the #2 Clemson Tigers captured the National Championship. Thanks to a 35-31 victory over #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (14-1). Clemson’s star quarterback Deshaun Watson played a classic game. The junior QB tossed four touchdowns passes and 405 yards last…

January 8, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

Associated Press FRISCO, Texas — Khalid Abdullah ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns as James Madison won its second Football Championship Subdivision title by beating Youngstown State 28-14 on Saturday. It is the first time in six years that a team other than North Dakota State has raised the FCS championship trophy. James Madison…

January 6, 2017 Devon Ashby No comments exist

Several people questioned the decisions of LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey to skip their bowl games and prepare for the NFL Draft. Honestly, though, nothing’s wrong with what these players, and others like them, are doing. The Tigers underachieved severely in 2016, costing head coach Les Miles his job. They will play in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl against the equally…

January 3, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  Even in the middle of SEC country, the Oklahoma Sooners owned the night. Behind 524 total yards of offense, the #7 Oklahoma Sooners (11-2) handed the #14 Auburn Tigers a 35-19 defeat in the 2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl. Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield tossed for 296 yards and two touchdowns on the night. The skilled…

January 2, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  Maybe it was the mystique that is the Rose Bowl Coliseum. Or maybe it was two of the hottest teams in the country trying to one-up the other. A 46-yard field goal by USC kicker Matt Boermeester as time expired gave the #9 Trojans (10-3) a 52-49 victory over #5 Penn State. A high-scoring…