Ohio State Schedule Prediction: Part II


With the College Football season opener about a month away, teams are finalizing their lineups and putting the finishing touches on their game plans. Urban Meyer will be looking to add on to his impressive resume with another Playoff Appearance. This will be a tough challenge with only six returning starters on offense and defense […] READ MORE

Big Ten East Preview: Part II


After sending 10 of 14 teams to bowl games last season, the Big Ten is getting ready for another season in hopes to prove that they can still keep up with the SEC as the dominant Conference in College Football. This will include key games like Ohio State at Oklahoma, LSU at Wisconsin, UNC at […] READ MORE

Mount Rushmore of Terps Football

In our ongoing Mount Rushmore series, we take a look at the history of the Maryland Terps football program and some of the best players to suit up for the Old Line State. Maryland is a state with an identity crisis. It’s geographically located in the south, but is referred to us in the Deep […] READ MORE

Maryland’s Basketball Expectations are Too High


Mark Turgeon’s first three years at Maryland were rough, to say the least. He was under a lot of fire before last season after going 17-15 during the 2013-14 season, and the program had not seemed to turn a corner. The fan base and university was desperately looking to get back to the glory days […] READ MORE

Things We Learned In College: Week Six of College Football


Week Six of college football is in the books and it was a good one (unless you’re a Northwestern fan). Starting with that game, here’s what we learned: -The Jim Harbaugh love-in in Ann Arbor shows no signs of slowing down. The #18 Wolverines upset #13 Northwestern yesterday, setting the tone by taking the opening […] READ MORE