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Wake Forest’s Nick Sciba

Kickers rarely get much attention when it comes to college all-star games. But Wake Forest’s Nick Sciba is no ordinary kicker. So, when the fourth-year junior from Clover, South Carolina traveled cross country for the 2022 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, he was going to make sure to take advantage of the opportunity. Saturday’s game at the […]

baylor wins the sugar bowl
Travis Knobbe - Jan 2, 2022

Baylor Wins the Sugar Bowl Like most fans, we expected plenty of fireworks from the two high-powered offenses heading into the Sugar Bowl matchup. That is not exactly what we got. Largely though solid defensive effort, Baylor wins the Sugar Bowl by a final score of 21-7. Here is how they got there. Defensive First […]

Nick Manchester - Jan 1, 2022

2022 Rose Bowl The 2022 Rose Bowl was one of the most dramatic games of the season, ending in a 48-45 win for Ohio State over Utah. This was the first-ever Rose Bowl appearance for Utah, as the hopes of their first win in the game fell apart in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, Ohio State […]

Kevin McGuffey - Jan 1, 2022

Cats Notch Fourth Straight Bowl Win The ESPN family of networks must love the Kentucky Football team. During their six-year bowl streak, five of the games have gone down to the last minute. It was no different on Saturday as the Cats and Iowa traded the lead in the fourth quarter. However, as they’ve done […]

Penn State struggled in the 2022 Outback Bowl. Losing to Arkansas 10-24. The Nittany Lions young defense had a strong first half.

It was a lackluster showing by the Nittany Lions in Tampa on Saturday afternoon. Penn State started 2022 with a loss to Arkansas in the 2022 Outback Bowl, 10-24. The Razorbacks scored seven in the first quarter, none in the second, but went on a 17-0 run in the second half. The young Penn State […]

Iowa Loses Citrus Bowl in Dramatic Fashion
Nick Lemkau - Jan 1, 2022

The old-school matchup between Kirk Ferentz and Mark Stoops in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl lived up to its expectations. Both Iowa and Kentucky played a physical game of football that ended with a 20-17 Kentucky victory. It took a huge drive with three minutes to play for Kentucky to get the win. The touchdown at […]

Fiesta Bowl
Aidan Thomas - Jan 1, 2022

Cowboys Storm Back, Claim Fiesta Bowl The 2021 Fiesta Bowl was a tale of two halves on Saturday. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish came out firing in their first game under head coach Marcus Freeman. An early surge put the Irish up 28-7 with 1:16 to play in the first half. However, Oklahoma State scored […]

UGA Football
Austin Lloyd - Jan 1, 2022

After its disappointing showing in the SEC title game, many onlookers gave up on UGA Football. This was not entirely undeserved, as that was easily the Dawgs biggest moment of the season and they blew it. However, due to convenient playoff seedings, Georgia had a chance at redemption. All the Bulldogs had to do was […]

Georgia Blows Out Michigan 34-11
Kevin McGuffey - Dec 31, 2021

Sets Up All-SEC Rematch Heading into Friday night’s Orange Bowl match up many wondered what Georgia team would show up in Miami. Is the the team that dominated the first 12 weeks of the 2021 season or the one who was blitzed by Alabama? It didn’t take long for the answer as Kirby Smart’s Bulldogs […]

Central Michigan Upsets Cougars for Sun Bowl Victory
Nick Lemkau - Dec 31, 2021

Central Michigan had just four days to prepare for their new bowl game opponent. After making the five hour drive from Tucson to El Paso the day before the game, the Chippewas had to have their home jerseys over-nighted to Texas to contrast Washington State’s whites. Behind the physical running attack of the Chippewa offense, […]

Wake Forest Rutgers
Sanjay Gorur - Dec 31, 2021

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 38-10 to win the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. Wake Forest’s offense was just too much for Rutgers’ defense, and the Scarlet Knights’ offense had less than 300 yards on offense. Wake Forest finishes the season at 11-3, and Rutgers is now 5-8 in Greg Schiano‘s second […]

Iowa and Kentucky Battle in Vrbo Citrus Bowl
Nick Lemkau - Dec 31, 2021

The Iowa Hawkeyes are familiar with the sunshine state. Kirk Ferentz has led his team to a Florida bowl game 10 times in his 23-year run in Iowa City. This will be the 11th trip to Florida and first appearance in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl for Iowa. The Hawkeyes finished the regular season 10-2 before […]

Penn State will take on Arkansas in the 2022 Outback Bowl on Saturday, January 1st. The Nittany Lions will be without several key players.

Penn State (7-5) will be without six starters, five on the defensive side, due to opt outs against Arkansas (8-4) in the 2022 Outback Bowl. The 2022 Outback Bowl will be played on Saturday, January 1st, at 12:00 PM ET and will air on ESPN2. The Nittany Lions will be without standout wide receiver Jahan […]

Kevin McGuffey - Dec 31, 2021

Stoops Versus His Alma Mater With so many bowl matchups between the Big 10 and SEC, anyone who does bowl projections always wants to put Iowa and Kentucky together. The reason is there’s a built-in storyline. UK headman Mark Stoops played at Iowa in the late 1980s and started his coaching career there as did his […]

Travis Knobbe - Dec 31, 2021

Fireworks Expected in the Sugar Bowl Ole Miss and Baylor have not traded blows on the gridiron since 1975. In that regular-season affair, Baylor won a low-scoring game in Waco by a score of 20-10. The combined 30 points scored in that game cannot come close to matching the fireworks expected in the Sugar Bowl […]

Aidan Thomas - Dec 31, 2021

The Marcus Freeman era is set to begin for Notre Dame at the Fiesta Bowl. The Irish seek their first New Year’s Six bowl victory since January 1st, 1994. Saturday’s game marks the 27th anniversary of that victory in the Cotton Bowl. After that game, Notre Dame lost nine straight postseason appearances and they’re also […]

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Iowa's next man in for the secondary consists of four new starters. Each guy knows the position group and is ready to become a new leader.
Nick Lemkau - Jan 30, 2022

The Hawkeyes had one of the nation’s top defenses last season. The group was led by safeties Jack Koerner and Dane Belton, alongside Matt Hankins at cornerback. All three have now signed with NFL organizations. Iowa’s next man in at secondary will make room for some new, but familiar faces. The combination of returning experience […]

Travis Knobbe - Jan 30, 2022

WVU Football Recruiting Update for May 2022 Now that Spring football is over and the May 1 transfer “deadline” passed, we have a much better idea of West Virginia’s roster composition and upcoming needs. As a result, now provides a good opportunity for us to provide our May 2022 WVU football recruiting update. Several recruits […]

Early 2023 Kentucky NFL Draft Preview: After having four players chosen in 2022 the Cats look to increase that total in 2023.
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 30, 2022

Another Big Year Coming Up? With four players taken, including three in the first 65 picks, the 2022 NFL Draft was another successful one for Mark Stoops and Kentucky football. Even though seven players didn’t get selected, as many draft experts suggested, it’s still a great year. In fact, after not having anyone chosen in 2017 […]

Michael Hanich - Jan 30, 2022

After a wild and disappointing 2021 college football season from Big XII offenses, 2022 will be a new season for most teams to return their high-caliber offenses. One of the biggest areas that Big XII offenses have to replace is the tight end position. While some teams are getting key additions through the NCAA Transfer […]

Gerry Bohanon Transfers To USF
Nicholas Simonelli - Jan 30, 2022

Gerry Bohanon Transfers to USF Former Baylor starting QB Gerry Bohanon is transferring to the USF Bulls. The huge pickup comes a little after the Spring game. Gerry Bohanon transfers to USF with 1-2 years of eligibility left, in hopes he can end his career on a high note with the Bulls. Bohanon is a […]

Two Penguins on USFL Rosters
Ian O'Brien - Jan 30, 2022

The “reboot” USFL’s inaugural season has shown mixed receptions and concern.  With that being said, it’s been a good resource for players getting opportunities.  Two of these players on rosters are former Penguins who look to help their teams this season and get a shot back in the NFL. Two Penguins On USFL Rosters: Charles […]

College Football’s Money Laundering

(EDITORIAL): NIL is dead for college football already. Long live the Collectives. Maybe in various forms of media coverage of the ever-changing college sports landscape, you may have been under the illusion that they are intrinsically tied together. NIL, or Name/Image/Likeness, was supposed to be the name of the game going forward. But just as […]

Michael Hanich - Jan 30, 2022

The Big XII Conference had a significant breakthrough this past season. For the first time since the 2014 season, the Oklahoma Sooners didn’t a conference championship title. The Baylor Bears and the Oklahoma State Cowboys were the representatives of the Conference Championship game mostly because of their defense. Oklahoma State finished first in the Big […]