College Football: Week 12 Observations

While the overall slate of games left a lot to be desired this past week in college football, there were not an absence of storylines by any means. Things are a little clearer in the Big Ten although a particular rivalry is set to take place next weekend. The annual

Potential Steals for 2017 NBA Draft

With March Madness in full effect, every analyst is coming out with their own NBA Mock Draft.  Unlike the NFL, the NBA only has two rounds compared to seven. This means only a small portion of the prospects will be drafted. The more recognized prospects will be discussed more than

Old Friends Turned into Coaching Opponents in Military Bowl

The Military Bowl has both united and divided old friends. The Friendship: “[He] is one of my very best friends in the world,” Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson said of Temple interim head coach Ed Foley. “We were in each other’s weddings. We were there when our first children were born.” The

Wake Forest Lobbied Military Bowl Officials to Be in Game

Wake Forest University lobbied Military Bowl officials to choose the school to play in the game, a member of the selection board said Friday. Wake Forest's Mascot Pays a Visit: “They really stood out to us though because during the bowl [selection] week … they lobbied to come here,” Michael McCartin, a

AAC Championship Preview: Temple at #19 Navy

Neither team has won its conference’s championship … yet. That will change Saturday when the #19 Navy Midshipmen host the Temple Owls to decide the winner of the American Athletic Conference title. What to Know About Navy: Both teams feature a potent offense, relying primarily on rushing. However, the Midshipmen’s rushing attack is