NFL Draft

The Ohio State 2022 Draft Class: Way Too Early Projections
Nick Manchester - May 12, 2021

The Ohio State 2022 draft class started taking form only hours after the 2021 NFL Draft. The Buckeyes had ten players drafted in 2021, but only Justin Fields went in the first round. In the 2022 draft, the projections indicate that there will be more Buckeyes represented on the first day. I found five mock […]



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Sooners Fall Short in Bedlam
Steve Rhea - Nov 28, 2021

Sooners Fall Short in Bedlam At the end of the day, Oklahoma just couldn’t overcome a bevy of second-half penalties, a key turnover, and several poor officiating errors at critical junctures of the fourth quarter.  This was definitely not the end of the regular season the Sooners were anticipating going into this year. While Oklahoma […]

Penguins end 2021 with strong win
Penguins End 2021 With Strong Win Over Southern Illinois
Ian O'Brien - Nov 23, 2021

It was not the season Youngstown State had hoped for and there is a lot of work to be done.  However, nothing is quite refreshing as getting a road win in the regular season finale against the 15th ranked Salukis. As the Penguins end 2021 with a strong win over Southern Illinois, it was the […]

Irish Blowout Yellow Jackets, Eyeing CFP
Aidan Thomas - Nov 21, 2021

In the middle of the Irish blowout victory, Notre Dame got the ball back, up 38-0 with four minutes left in the second quarter, starting at their own 11-yard line. It’s not normally a time to be ultra-aggressive. But on the first play of the drive, quarterback Jack Coan dropped back to pass. The graduate […]

Rees' play calling
Rees’ Play Calling Sparking Irish Offensive Resurgence
Aidan Thomas - Nov 19, 2021

As the Notre Dame offense struggled at the start of the season, offensive coordinator Tommy Rees’ play calling and general coaching prowess came under fire. Without Ian Book, Rees’ flaws were too obvious, some fans and analysts declared. Others said that Rees was too predictable, or he didn’t get the ball to his best players. […]

Texas A&M Falls Short Against Ole Miss
Sanjay Gorur - Nov 14, 2021

The Texas A&M Aggies lost to the Ole Miss Rebels at Oxford 19-29. Now, the Aggies are 7-3 and have lost their SEC Championship hopes. This game felt quite similar to Texas A&M’s matchups against Arkansas and Mississippi State. Mistakes and the inability to capitalize in the first half led the Aggies to lose this […]

Ohio State Defeates Maryland 66-17 in Homecoming Game
Nick Manchester - Oct 9, 2021

Ohio State defeated Maryland 66-17 to record their second straight blowout. The Buckeyes scored 50-plus points for the second game in a row to secure an undefeated record in conference play. The Terrapins, on the other hand, have given up 50-plus for the second game in the same span in consecutive five-score losses. Maryland scored […]

Penguins Fall in UNI Dome
Penguins Fall in UNI Dome
Ian O'Brien - Oct 3, 2021

Both teams met in the Spring with Northern Iowa shutting out Youngstown State 27-0 at Stambaugh Stadium.  This time, the Penguins were heading to the UNI Dome, a place where they haven’t won since 1999, but were looking to upset the 13th ranked Panthers.  At the end, the streak was extended as the Penguins fall […]

Keys for #1 Alabama’s Offense Versus #12 Ole Miss
Michael Hanich - Sep 29, 2021

The biggest games of the year for the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (4-0) at home will be here this Saturday. Alabama will be hosting the #12 Ole Miss Rebels (3-0) and their explosive high-power offense. This will be the second meeting between Alabama head coach Nick Saban and his former assistant in Ole Miss head […]