The Crimson Tide offense will see big changes. Alabama hired Notre Dame Offensive Coordinator Tommy Rees for the same position. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
Michael Hanich - Feb 6, 2023

The offense of the Alabama Crimson Tide needed a hard reset. Many in Tide Nation were relieved when Bill O’Brien took the offensive coordinator job for the New England Patriots after two good, but underwhelming seasons. Statistically, Alabama was one of the top offenses in the nation but it failed expectations in the big moments […]

Michael Hanich - Jan 23, 2023

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 - Jan 22, 2023

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 […]

Auburn Tigers Transfer portal
Phillip Jordan - Jan 20, 2023

Hugh Freeze knew that the Auburn Tigers roster needed some improvements, and he rebuilt the Auburn offense by utilizing the transfer portal. According to 247Sports, the Tigers are currently second behind Florida State in the transfer portal rankings. While both sides of the ball needed major improvement, today we take a look at the Auburn […]

Kentucky Football Individual Awards
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 19, 2023

Recognizing The Best Of The Past Year Throughout the annals of Kentucky football, a 7-6 record and making a bowl game was a huge accomplishment. However, with the culture Mark Stoops has built recently 2022 seemed subpar. Especially when you consider the expectations heading into the year. That doesn’t mean there weren’t some really good […]

LSU Tigers 2022 Season
Brandon Eisenman - Jan 15, 2023

The LSU Tigers 2022 season was a huge step forward for the program. The hiring of former Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly sent shockwaves through the college football world. After an abysmal end to the Ed Orgeron era, the Tigers had finally found the next leader of the Purple and Gold. Coaching staff changes […]

Liam Coen Returns To Kentucky
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 15, 2023

Former Coordinator Returns Home Two years ago the sometimes offensively challenged Kentucky football team hit a high water mark. Unfortunately, this past season saw a return to more “normal” results as the Wildcats’ offense struggled. As a result, Mark Stoops looked to the past to improve the future. Let’s break it all down and show […]

Michael Hanich - Jan 13, 2023

It’s uncommon to see the Alabama Crimson Tide be excluded from the College Football Playoff. It is even more shocking to see a team led by the reigning Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young and one of the best defensive players in the FBS to not make the CFP. The biggest problem with the Tide this […]

Georgia Repeats
Andrew McCleary - Jan 9, 2023

Has anyone considered what would happen if David’s one stone missed the forehead of Goliath? Even those who haven’t spent time in the Bible have been inundated with this underdog story. And who among us doesn’t enjoy a great underdog story? Well, in this national championship game, we all got a 4K view of what […]

Andrew McCleary - Jan 9, 2023

On Monday night in California, college football fans will bear witness to one of two things. They will be front and center when Georgia truly cements itself as the new team to beat in college football winning a second consecutive title. Or TCU will pull out one of the most improbable national championship runs the […]

The Complex Legacy of Mike Leach

American author Taylor Caldwell once wrote, “It is human nature to instinctively rebel at obscurity or ordinariness.” No matter what characteristics or motives we assign to others, all have a mix of complexities and simplicities. What the ratio of those is tends to color our perceptions of one’s obscurity or ordinariness. That gets us to […]

Phillip Jordan - Jan 2, 2023

In the first college football game of 2023, the Mississippi State Bulldogs defeated the Illinois Fighting Illini in the ReliaQuest Bowl 19-10. It was an emotional game for the Bulldogs, as the team was looking to honor Mike Leach with a win. It was not pretty offensively with both teams struggling for most of the […]

LSU vs Purdue

Purdue and LSU come into the 2023 Citrus Bowl with many questions and holes on their respective rosters. The team that can respond quickly to those questions clearly will win the game. As we look at LSU vs Purdue in Florida on Monday, we take a look at the two conference runner-ups. 2023 Cheez-It Citrus […]

Phillip Jordan - Jan 1, 2023

The first college football game of 2023 will be a clash between the SEC and Big Ten in the ReliaQuest Bowl from Tampa, Florida. The annual bowl game formerly known as the Outback Bowl will feature the Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Illinois Fighting Illini. Both teams ended the regular season with 8-4 records and […]

Alabama Kansas State
Michael Hanich - Jan 1, 2023

The 2022 AllState Sugar Bowl was going to be a telling of two potential storylines after the game. The first would be the final proper final sendoff for two of college football’s best players in Alabama’s Bryce Young and Will Anderson Jr. Another storyline of the Sugar Bowl was that the Kansas State Wildcats were […]

Georgia Wins The Peach Bowl
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 1, 2023

A Great Second Act For years people complained the College Football Playoff semi-finals were never good. However, 2022 was not one of those years. Let’s be honest Georgia and Ohio State had a very tough task following an epic first semi-final. However, it more than lived up to the hype with another incredible game. Following […]

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Brody Brecht Iowa
Nick Lemkau - Jan 1, 2023

On Friday, Iowa wide receiver Brody Brecht took to social media to announce his decision to step away from the football team. His announcement came following Iowa Baseball’s home victory over Western Michigan, in which he was the winning pitcher. The two-sport athlete has been in the Iowa football program since 2021 where he has […]

Wake Forest Defensive Secondary

With the many player changes at Wake Forest for 2023, one of the more significant changes is on the coaching staff. Head coach Dave Clawson went out and got more help for the defensive secondary during the off-season. It’s one of a number of indicators that the Wake Forest defensive secondary must improve if the […]

Greatest Big 12
Andrew McCleary - Jan 1, 2023

With just 16 teams remaining, only one team can claim the title of the greatest Big 12 champion ever. In case you missed it, here is how we reached this point. Is there any way a Cinderella run is possible for any of the lower-ranked seeds remaining? There is only one way to find out […]

Nick Lemkau - Jan 1, 2023

Takeaways from Kirk Ferentz’s Spring Press Conference Spring practice began in Iowa City on Wednesday, and with it came insight into the program’s development into the new season. Head coach Kirk Ferentz addressed the media in his Spring press conference, giving updates on ascending players, position competitions, and the new starting quarterback, Cade McNamara.  The […]

Travis Knobbe - Jan 1, 2023

Make-or-Break Spring Begins for Mountaineers Few fans actually want their favorite team’s head coach fired. Wanting that means the fan also wants failure, for the coach and team. Yet programs enter crossroads where impatience due to lack of on-field success dominates. The West Virginia Mountaineers find themselves here after posting three losing seasons in their last four. We asked […]

Wake Forest’s Ellison

When you want to talk with Justice Ellison, you likely are going to be waiting a little bit. As part of the media team that assembles to talk to players and coaches after practices, if interviewing Ellison is in your plans, you know you will likely be the last reporter out. He has more work […]

Spring practice is underway in Iowa City, and the defensive backs group has a chance to be one of the best in the nation once again.
Nick Lemkau - Jan 1, 2023

Iowa’s defensive back group last season was responsible for 12 interceptions and 37 passes defended. The bulk of that production came from Riley Moss and Kaevon Merriweather, who are both off to the next level. They combined for four interceptions and 14 passes defended. Both defenders were named to the All-Conference team and will require […]

Iowa Linebacker
Nick Lemkau - Jan 1, 2023

The Hawkeyes are set to begin spring practice on Wednesday with a revamped roster and expectations to contend for the Big Ten West. On defense, the linebacker room will be one of the areas that will require the most replacement. Consensus All-American and Butkus Award winner Jack Campbell is off to the next level, and […]