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Greg Sankey
Mike Loveall - Jul 18, 2022

As per tradition, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey kicked off the summer get together with a “State of the Conference” speech.


Notre Dame hadn't secured a four-star cornerback since the 2019 recruiting class, so landing Jaden Mickey is a huge get for the Irish.
Aidan Thomas - Dec 1, 2021

As LSU aggressively tries to poach other Notre Dame coaches, the Irish are working hard to retain their staff. With former head coach Brian Kelly already headed to Baton Rouge, Notre Dame finds its program in unexpected disarray. With signing day in just over two weeks and a potential upcoming playoff berth, the Irish entered […]

2022 Week One Heisman Rankings
Jason Rhea - Sep 23, 2021

More surprises and player movement again were the trends among this week’s Heisman leaderboard. Spencer Rattler and Sam Howell were both preseason favorites but can they get back into the race? In addition, how does the committee view some of our top contenders now that they are getting into the conference season? Before that, let’s […]

2022 Week One Heisman Rankings
Jason Rhea - Aug 19, 2021

We are a mere nine days away from kicking off the 2021 College Football season. Even though we may not completely return to normal, a more prototypical season looks to be in the cards. A big part of the pageantry that is college football is the Heisman Trophy. It is still one of the most […]

2021 Week 0 College Football
Jason Rhea - Jun 7, 2021

We’re still about two and a half months away from the start of the 2021 College Football season. But, after the most abnormal season in recent memory fans are starved for normalcy. We received a little bit of that last week as the major networks announced kickoff times and network assignments for the first four […]

Leon O'Neal Would Sit Out
Cahil Murchison - Jul 9, 2020

As the uncertainty of fall sports mounts some schools are already opting out. Speculation and rumors of what will actually happen to the college football season seem to pop up by the hour. One idea has been a seven-game season, consisting only of in-conference play; it’s not the ideal situation, but one that might be […]

Hector Rodriguez - Nov 7, 2019

Florida Gators vs Vanderbilt Commodores Preview The Florida Gators will look to bounce back this Saturday after a tough loss to the Georgia Bulldogs. The Florida Gators will host the Vanderbilt Commodores for their last SEC home game. Both teams come into this week with losses, as Florida lost to Georgia 24-17 and Vanderbilt lost […]

The Vest, Vaughn, and the Debut of Mo Hasan = Vanderbilt Victory

The Vest, Vaughn, and the Debut of Mo Hasan = Vanderbilt Victory. As Mo Hasan carried the anchor during Star Walk, he had an all-knowing smirk on his face. He knew he was making his season debut against Missouri. The last week has been a rough one for head coach Derek Mason and his team […]

Kevin McGuffey - Oct 16, 2019

Some Changes In Our Top Four This past weekend featured several games involving Top 25 teams. As a result of a huge upset, we now have a new team in our playoff. In addition, the New Year’s Six is shaken up as well. Who is in the playoff and who is in the New Year’s […]

Seismic change in college football
Kimberly Knaus - Oct 11, 2019

This Saturday, one of the greatest rivalries in college football takes place. Set at the Cotton Bowl on the grounds of the Texas State Fair, the #11 Texas Longhorns will host the #6 Oklahoma Sooners. This interstate rivalry has met at the Cotton Bowl since 1932. The fans are split evenly down the 50-yard-line, and […]

Michael Hanich - Oct 11, 2019

#1 Alabama Prepares for Match-up at #24 Texas A&M There are two things that shouldn’t fool anyone concerning #24 Texas A&M Aggies (3-2) and #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0). The first is that the Aggies’ two losses make them a less dangerous team. Their two losses were at home to #12 Auburn and at #1 […]

Kevin McGuffey - Oct 11, 2019

The Cats Need A Bounce Back Win Two teams looking to break losing streaks meet under the lights on a special evening in Lexington. Kentucky has lost three straight in the SEC while the Razorbacks have dropped 13 in a row in league play. Who finally gets back on the winning track? Let’s dig in […]

Monday, California did what California does. It passed a law that has befuddled the masses across the country. Senate Bill 206 was authored by state senator Nancy Skinner from Berkley. It passed the CA legislature 82-0 in September. That alone is unheard of in CA politics. Monday the state announced that Governor Gavin Newsom signed […]

Kevin McGuffey - Sep 25, 2019

Who’s Heading To The Playoffs? Every year there is always a case for expanding the College Football Playoff to eight teams. This year is no exception with six squads making a case for four spots. However, you also have Auburn and Notre Dame in the mix as well. Now that we are about a third […]

Week Four Midweek Musings
Lindsay Higgins - Sep 24, 2019

This was an odd week in college football to say the least. Some coaches’ seats may have cooled off, but at least one is definitely hotter. Here are my week four Midweek Musings: USC It’s not often your third quarterback of the season enters a game in week four. It’s even less often that he […]

Tar Heels Against Clemson
Scott Rose - Sep 23, 2019

North Carolina dropped another close game Saturday, this time to the Appalachian State Mountaineers. The Tar Heels now have to focus on the top-ranked Clemson Tigers, who will arrive in Chapel Hill this weekend. After a 2-0 start, North Carolina has lost two straight, and could not ask for a tougher opponent than the next […]



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Iowa Transfer Portal
Nick Lemkau - Sep 23, 2019

Just over three months ago, Wisconsin fired its head coach after a 2-3 start to the season. The dismissal of Paul Chryst was a surprise to many given his track record in Madison. He was 67-26 since the 2015 season, leading the Badgers to three Big Ten title games and a Rose Bowl. The shaky […]

the 2022 College Football Season
Michael Hanich - Sep 23, 2019

EDITORIAL: Football is a year-round sport that provides entertainment, and sometimes, heartbreak for many fans. Oftentimes, experts are called to provide their insight on college football for context. Nobody is perfect, but there are often really dumb takes that highly recognizable media personnel provide. With the 2022 college football season wrapped up, it is time […]

Texas Tech 2022 Wins
Andrew McCleary - Sep 23, 2019

Expectations for the Texas Tech football team will be at a new place entering the 2023 season. That is directly due to the vast turnaround head coach Joey McGuire performed in his debut season as the Red Raider’s new leader. Sure, there are some games Red Raider fans would care to forget from this past […]

Kentucky Football Team Awards
Kevin McGuffey - Sep 23, 2019

More Of The Best From The Past Year Welcome back to our countdown of Kentucky football’s best of 2022. Thanks to everyone who checked out the first installment. If you haven’t seen our winners for individual trophies you can click here. Today we’re shifting the focus from individual to team prizes. Let’s recap the good […]

Florida's Recruiting
Craig McMichael - Sep 23, 2019

The Florida Gators made headlines this week when they released 5-Star quarterback Jaden Rashada from his National Letter of Intent. Rashada signed with the Gators during December’s national signing period. Rashada never enrolled in classes at Florida and allegedly asked for his release earlier this week. It is the latest misstep in Florida’s recruiting over […]

Texas Tech 2022 Losses
Andrew McCleary - Sep 23, 2019

No one loves to dwell on the negatives of a college football season. Especially given the fact that head coach Joey McGuire had a successful first year in Lubbock. But learning from mistakes is critical for growth in all aspects of life, not just building a competitive football program. The Texas Tech 2022 losses will […]

Michael Hanich - Sep 23, 2019

For the first time since the off-season of 2019, the defense of the Alabama Crimson Tide undergoes some major changes. On December 7th, co-defensive coordinator Charles Kelly was hired as the defensive coordinator for the Colorado Buffaloes. He has been with the Crimson Tide since the 2019 season. Kelly will now be able to lead […]

Transfer Portal Georgia Bulldogs
Craig McMichael - Sep 23, 2019

Georgia was focused and ready to hunt heading into the national championship. The Dawgs crushed TCU 65-7 to capture their second straight national championship on January 9th. The Dawgs faithful wouldn’t have to wait another 41 years between championships. The Transfer Portal was not on the minds of most fans leading up to or after […]