The opening weekend of college football is finally here and we are welcomed with a plethora of attention grabbing games with big-named teams with plenty of next level talent. The emphasis on the inaugural weekend for the games below are highlighted by no other than the quarterback position whether it’s the hunt for a starter […]
2015 is full of high hopes for many ACC teams. With the departure of the former Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, many programs feel it’s their time to emerge as a conference leader. Unfortunately for those programs a new quarterback star has emerged in the ACC and looks to be leading the Tigers to new […]
Oregon will hand the keys to its quick-hitting spread offense to another athletic quarterback this season. The seventh-ranked Ducks named transfer Vernon Adams Jr. starting quarterback heading into the start of the season according to the depth chart released by the school yesterday.
Not a glamour conference by any stretch of the imagination; but the talent, while devout of any household names is definitely there in the C-USA.
Every year, there are plenty of college football all-star games for prospects to choose from. From California to Florida and many places in between, seniors from across the country get invited or choose which event they want to attend in an effort to be noticed by pro teams. I’ve had the privilege of attending most […]
Arkansas’ leading running back from last year is expected to miss a significant portion of the 2015 season because of a foot injury. Senior running back Jonathan Williams injured his left foot Saturday in the team’s scrimmage and will miss an “extended period of time” according to a statement from the university.
The MAC should be a highly competitive conference in 2015, particularly with Bowling Green QB Matt Johnson returning from injury. The games are known for high scoring affairs (and a lack of defense really), and while Northern Illinois has been the dominant force over the years they should have stiff competition from Bowling Green, Toledo, […]
Michigan State’s defense has suffered a major loss before the season even started. Fifth-year senior linebacker Ed Davis will miss the 2015 season for the sixth-ranked Spartans after injuring his knee in practice Wednesday.
With a hefty amount of talent in the NFL today from the Mountain West, using pro potential as a recruiting tool for any prospect making the high school to college jump is logical and is not far fetched. With names like Bobby Wagner (Utah State), Doug Martin (Boise State), Colin Kaepernick (Nevada), Tashaun Gipson (Wyoming) […]
Davon Durant went from highly-touted JUCO recruit for Arizona State University to being dismissed from the Sun Devils before participating in a single practice, all in the span of less than a year. Now the talented-yet-troubled linebacker has found a new team to play for – starting in 2016. Durant transferred to Marshall University, where […]
At the start of training camp, fan bases around the country begin to get excited and talk about their teams prospects (and likely talk trash about the New England Patriots deflate gate saga), but it’s also a time teams are evaluating their rosters and making decisions on where they’re deficient. Super Bowl contenders and rebuilding […]
The Pac-12 has a ton of draft-eligible talent this year; however, most of them are underclassmen. The senior class in the Pac 12 is devoid of the type of talent that gets your juices flowing. The senior class is headlined by Oregon’s DeForest Buckner, Stanford’s Kyle Murphy and Utah’s Devontae Booker as each of them […]
Two of the University of Pittsburgh’s top players will be starting their 2015 season a week later than expected. Head Coach Pat Narduzzi announced Monday that junior wide receive Tyler Boyd and sophomore defensive end Rori Blair. had been suspended for the Panthers’ opening game against Youngstown State University.
Each and every year the most talent-laden conference in the FBS division one football is the South Eastern Conference. Over the last three years 80 underclassmen from the SEC have declared themselves eligible early for the draft. This year the SEC’s top prospects are loaded with underclassmen talent yet again as they cloud the conference […]
When Ohio State and Virginia Tech square off a little more than a month from now in a highly-anticipated season opener, the reigning-champion Buckeyes will be missing some important contributors. Ohio State announced Thursday it has suspended four players from the September 7th opener against the Hokies, including 2014’s defensive player of the year Joey […]
For many American players in the CFL, the league is a second chance at playing professional football. The odds are stacked against even the best of college football players to last in the NFL, and the CFL provides a new path to continue playing at a high level. For Duron Carter, the CFL was his […]
The Big Ten conference has regained its spot in the national spotlight, highlighted by Ohio State’s national championship run. They seemed primed and ready to make another strong push for the playoffs again in 2015, but have a big decision to make at the starting QB position. By Matt Vahey and Mike Vahey
Evaluating college talent and projecting their eventual destinations is what makes the NFL Draft process such an entertaining and debate-provoking area of the NFL off-season. But once these players are drafted, the focus begins to shift away from their college evaluation and more towards how they fit with their new team. Looking at the top […]
Almost every current NFL player has followed a very similar path: standout high school career, some success in college, and get either drafted or signed after their final college season. Delvin “Chip” Breaux’s journey from CFL to NFL isn’t unprecedented, lead by past successes like Doug Flutie, Warren Moon and Cameron Wake. But Breaux’s severe […]
Ohio State’s quarterback controversy may have been the most unique in recent college football history. Braxton Miller is a two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year. JT Barrett owns the Big Ten record for touchdowns in a season despite having his year cut short. Cardale Jones is 3-0 in his college career with a […]
According to a report by The Tennessean, Justin Hunter turned himself in to Virgina Beach police on Monday, where he was booked on a charge of “stabbing, cutting, wounding” with “malicious intent.”
The SEC, a perennial powerhouse conference, always seems to have multiple BSC Championship contenders, along with a abundance of talented players, many whom NFL teams are eager to draft once their collegiate careers have ended. From dual threat quarterbacks and star running backs to tremendous offensive linemen and NFL-ready defensive ends, the SEC is arguably […]
Dalvin Cook, sophomore running back for Florida State is under investigation for the battery of a woman outside a bar, according to a report by The Tallahassee Democrat. The State attorney is seeking an arrest. According to the police report obtained by The Tallahassee Democrat, the incident took place June 23rd outside of a bar in […]
The St. Louis Rams selected Isaiah Battle (Offensive Tackle, Clemson University) in the NFL 2015 Supplemental Draft Thursday. It was the first and only selection in this year’s supplemental draft.
Since 2009, the Supplemental Draft has seen seven players selected, including four players picked using top-four round picks. After a two-year hiatus from a selection, the last being the infamous Josh Gordon selection, it looks as though we should have at least one pick this year. The Supplemental Draft is for players who have a […]