A buddy and I were recently discussing past Heisman Trophy winners. After all, it is that time of year. As we all know, bringing home the most coveted, individual award in college athletics doesn’t necessarily guarantee success in the NFL.
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There sure has been a lot of talk about quarterbacks these days. In Minnesota, Donovan McNabb is out, Christian Ponder is in. In Washington, Rex Grossman is out, John Beck is in. In Oakland, Jason Campbell is hurt, Carson Palmer Continue reading
Since I couldn’t make it to either Miami or New Orleans for Super Bowl XLIV, I decided to hunker down in front of the laptop and Tweet the night away. I was curious to see a) who else was doing Continue reading
With college football’s home stretch slowly coming into view, this Saturday offers fans another batch of important games that will lead us closer to clarity.
This Saturday’s college slate gives us a quick breather from the top-ranked, head-to-head matchups we’ve seen so much of lately. The weekend features only one contest between ranked teams and a number of distinct favorites squaring off against theoretically lesser Continue reading
What have we learned in the first four weeks of this NFL season other than we’re damn glad football is finally back? We know there are a number of quality teams that are playing some really good football. Then Continue reading
Last week, college football fans saw four top ten teams (Ole Miss, Penn State, Cal and Miami) lose in disheartening fashion. While the upsets this weekend will likely not be as poll-shattering, Saturday’s slate features three crucial contests between ranked Continue reading