Two Penguins on USFL Rosters
Ian O'Brien - May 14, 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 […]

Ian O'Brien - May 1, 2022

Former Penguins Andrew Ogletree Drafted sixth round by the Colts For the first time since 2017, the Youngstown State Penguins had one of their players taken in the NFL Draft.  That player is now former Penguins Andrew Ogletree, drafted in the sixth round (pick 192) by the Indianapolis Colts. The others who were selected beforehand […]

Aidan Thomas - Apr 28, 2022

A productive edge rusher at Notre Dame, Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa heads to the NFL Draft as a potential late-round draft pick. He’s the only Irish defensive player besides Kyle Hamilton in this year’s class. Here’s what to expect from Tagoaviloa-Amosa, his strengths, weaknesses, and best NFL Draft fit.  Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa Strengths Scouts largely laud Tagovailoa-Amosa’s grit […]

Aidan Thomas - Apr 28, 2022

After spending one year at Notre Dame, Jack Coan looks to become the second consecutive Irish quarterback selected in the NFL Draft. Coan threw 25 touchdowns this season and seven interceptions. His 72.8 quarterback rating ranked 27th in the country. Here’s a look at Coan’s strengths, weaknesses, and potential draft landing spots.  Jack Coan Strengths […]

Aidan Thomas - Apr 27, 2022

Notre Dame’s leading receiver from 2021, Kevin Austin enters the 2022 NFL Draft. He offers NFL teams a speedy outside receiver, albeit one with only one full season of college production. How do his strengths and weaknesses mesh with the NFL game? And where does he ultimately end up?  Kevin Austin Strengths By far, Kevin […]

Aidan Thomas - Apr 27, 2022

Kyle Hamilton enters the 2022 NFL Draft as a potential top-five pick. If he goes off the board before pick #6, he’ll become the highest Irish draft pick since 1993. As it stands, he’ll certainly be Notre Dame’s first first-rounder since Jerry Tillery in 2017. How does Hamilton stack up, where does he best fit, […]

Aidan Thomas - Apr 26, 2022

After a pair of 1000-yard seasons at Notre Dame, Kyren Williams enters the 2022 NFL Draft. He looks to become the first Irish running back selected since 2019. Williams also holds an outside shot at being a day 2 pick. The last Notre Dame running back to go in the first two days was C.J. […]

YSU Spring Game
Ian O'Brien - Apr 25, 2022

For the first time in two seasons, the Youngstown State Penguins were able to return to action in the classic Red and White Scrimmage.  They had a two-year absence because of the pandemic and then playing in the Spring season.  This was also the first YSU Spring game under coach Doug Phillips in 2022 and […]

Biggest Questions Approaching 2022 Season
Nicholas Simonelli - Apr 25, 2022

USF Biggest Questions Approaching 2022 Season What are USF’s Biggest questions approaching the 2022 season? Well, On September 3rd, 2022, USF commences its first game of the new season. Until then the Bulls still have a lot of loose ends to tighten up. That being said, a bunch of questions still don’t have answers to […]

Blue and Gold Game
Aidan Thomas - Apr 20, 2022

For a while, the Blue and Gold Game was set up as a quarterback showcase. Drew Pyne and Tyler Buchner are duking it out for the starting role, and the game was a big chance for both. Now, that’s not as much a storyline, as Buchner is out with a rolled ankle. Pyne’s play is […]

national transfer portal update
Travis Knobbe - Apr 18, 2022

National Transfer Portal Update As we start wrapping up Spring camp coverage for most teams over the coming two weeks, we wanted to provide a mid-Spring national transfer portal update. How do the numbers look for Power Five schools? How do their G5 counterparts fare? We answer that–and more–here. Numbers Continue to Climb As we […]

The Notre Dame quarterback room has a heated battle on its hands. Can either Tyler Buchner or Drew Pyne separate themselves down the stretch?
Aidan Thomas - Apr 16, 2022

Despite a variety of position battles throughout the program, the Notre Dame quarterback room is dominating the headlines. Once again, the Irish find themselves with a battle under center. Rising redshirt sophomore Drew Pyne and rising true sophomore Tyler Buchner are competing for the starting spot, and the battle is an intense one. While there’ll […]

Nicholas Simonelli - Apr 13, 2022

USF Spring Game: Biggest Takeaways On April 9th, 2022, the USF Bulls concluded their annual White vs Green Spring game. Both teams played hard, but white came out victorious with a 17-14 win. Regardless, there were ups and downs to each team’s play on both sides of the ball. The glimpse from this game is […]

Ian O'Brien - Apr 10, 2022

When being a Director of Football Operations & Player Personnel, you are left with a task at hand.  Especially when it comes to college recruiting and player support.  You would think that is the job for someone in their 40s or 50s. But what if a recent graduate at 23 decided to become one?  Well, […]

Notre Dame tight end
Aidan Thomas - Apr 1, 2022

While the Irish’s quarterback situation may be hazy, the Notre Dame tight end and wide receiver position groupings are taking shape. Which players will be catching passes from Tyler Buchner or Drew Pyne next fall? Here’s a look at an early prediction of the depth chart. Tight End 1st string: Michael Mayer Not much of […]

Nicholas Simonelli - Mar 29, 2022

USF Wide Receivers Preview With Spring practice in full effect, USF looks to their wide receivers for a lot of offensive production this upcoming season. Considering there are a couple of new faces and some returning guys the bulls are hoping that come September 3rd the receivers are ready to go against a tough opponent […]

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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 - May 14, 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 - May 14, 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 - May 14, 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 - May 14, 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 […]

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 - May 14, 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 […]

Best Big XII Linebackers

As we continue our look at the best returning players for the Big XII, we move on to the linebackers. Like the defensive backs position that we previously previewed, the linebackers have undergone a transformation in modern-day college football. Some teams still use the old-school 4-3 alignment. Others have gone to a 3-4 scheme. In […]

Phillip Jordan - May 14, 2022

The Big 12 is a conference at an interesting moment in its history. It is in the middle of change with two teams leaving in the coming years and four more entering. The league just went through another NFL Draft without a first-round pick, but it is not without talent. This is especially true at […]