Former Texas QB Jerrod Heard Practicing At Wide Receiver

Texas has been host to a heated quarterback competition this summer as players work to be named the starter for the team. A race that once began with three hopefuls is now down to two. Three hopefuls were in the running to become the No. 1 quarterback: Shane Buechele, Tyrone Swoopes, and Jerrod Heard. Heard, … Read moreFormer Texas QB Jerrod Heard Practicing At Wide Receiver

REPORT: Top MAC Receiver Considering Transfer To Alabama

In the world of college football, it is very clear that the difference between the Power Five conferences and the Group of Five conferences is a pretty wide gap (even after Houston embarrassed Florida State in this past season’s Peach Bowl). According to some reports, one of the top players from a G5 conference is … Read moreREPORT: Top MAC Receiver Considering Transfer To Alabama

Five Star 2016 Defensive Back Narrows List Of Schools To Three Finalists

In just five days, five star 2016 defensive back recruit Jack Jones is going to make one of the most important decisions of his young life. After a standout prep career at Long Beach (CA) Poly High School, Jones had his pick of pretty much any college he wants to when it comes to where … Read moreFive Star 2016 Defensive Back Narrows List Of Schools To Three Finalists

CFP Director Says Star Wars Played Role In Low Ratings For Semifinals

By now, the story has been covered from every angle: the College Football Playoff semifinal games saw a nearly 40% viewership drop on television, a number that many feel is because the games were played on New Year’s Eve (something that will happen two out of every three years because the Rose Bowl refuses to … Read moreCFP Director Says Star Wars Played Role In Low Ratings For Semifinals

LSU Admits To Changing Contract Of Former Coordinator After It Was Signed

As the ongoing case continues involving current Texas A&M defensive coordinator John Chavis and his former employer, LSU, a major development was released that the Tigers didn’t want to admit took place but are now forced to: LSU, in filings this week, admitted to altering the contract of former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis after the coach … Read moreLSU Admits To Changing Contract Of Former Coordinator After It Was Signed

Big XII Announces Requirement Of One Game Against Power Five School Each Season

In 2014, it was widely recognized that one of the things hurting the Big XII and their co-champion Baylor Bears when it came time for the playoffs was their strength of schedule. While other Power Five conferences mandate that each of their members take on a school from a P5 league, the Big XII wasn’t … Read moreBig XII Announces Requirement Of One Game Against Power Five School Each Season

Navy Will Wear The Best Looking Helmets Ever For Army Game

Navy was saving the best for last. On Dec.12, #15 Navy hosts Army in the annual face off, and the Midshipmen have busted out the absolute coolest helmets possible. They have special painted helmets that have seven different ships for seven different positions. Here’s a gif that goes through all of them They each have … Read moreNavy Will Wear The Best Looking Helmets Ever For Army Game

NBC Host Rips Paul Finebaum Over Criticism Of Miami Hurricanes

For three days now, the once proud Miami Hurricanes program has become a punchline after a historically bad loss Saturday to Clemson, which prompted the firing of head coach Al Golden. Some in the sports media, including this website, have said the team and its fans are too busy looking back into the past to … Read moreNBC Host Rips Paul Finebaum Over Criticism Of Miami Hurricanes

Florida Restaurant Refuses Service To LSU Fans During Saturday’s Game

For those who don’t live in SEC country and think that Florida vs. LSU isn’t one of the conference’s top rivalries, I give you this story. A restaurant in the state of Florida is under fire after refusing service to a group because of who they were rooting for: Don Bass of Kiln, Miss., told NOLA.com he … Read moreFlorida Restaurant Refuses Service To LSU Fans During Saturday’s Game

FOX Sports Analyst Rips Ohio State Players, Fans Over Grammar Issues

Whether you’re writing a column or composing a tweet, checking your spelling and whether or not you are using proper grammar is something many people forget to do before hitting the “send” button. It can backfire against the writer, as people will miss your message and jump at the chance to call you out. One … Read moreFOX Sports Analyst Rips Ohio State Players, Fans Over Grammar Issues