Oklahoma quarterback and the 2018-2019 Heisman winner, Kyler Murray, officially declared for the NFL Draft on Monday. In his Heisman campaign, Murray threw for 4,361 yards, 42 touchdowns, and only 7 interceptions with a QB Rating of 199.2, and also rushed for over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns. Like his predecessor Baker Mayfield, he led … Continue reading Kyler Murray: MLB or NFL?
Yesterday I covered the College Football Playoff selections and games between Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma. Later yesterday after the CFP announcement, the bowl committee released the full bowl schedule to end the college football season. Sugar Bowl: 5 Georgia Bulldogs vs 15 Texas Longhorns After their loss to Alabama on Saturday behind … Continue reading Full Bowl Schedule Released
The wait for the College Football Playoff is officially over as of today with one change in the rankings from yesterday. The top four teams goes as follows: Alabama Crimson Tide Clemson Tigers Notre Dame Fighting Irish Oklahoma Sooners After Georgia's 35-28 loss to Alabama, the Dawgs fell out of the fourth seed in favor … Continue reading College Football Playoff Announced
Finally a little shakeup in this week's edition of the AP college football rankings. Over the past weekend we saw two ranked teams in 6 Wisconsin and 23 Arizona State lose to unranked teams, as well as 15 TCU losing to 4 Ohio State and 7 Auburn losing to 12 LSU. Other than that our … Continue reading College Football Week 4 Rankings and Analysis
This week's edition of my college football rankings and analysis shows very little change with only 4 Top 25 ranked teams losing last week in USC, Michigan State, South Carolina, and Kentucky. The majority of these week's ranked teams played lowly FBS programs and irrelevant FCS teams. Alabama Crimson Tide (2-0; Last Week: 1) … Continue reading College Football Week 3 Rankings and Analysis
The first week of college football was everything we, the fans, asked for and much more. The first slate of games showed team weaknesses, strengths, and many surprises. Associated Press released the new college football rankings Tuesday September 4th and we saw a few shakeups and changes. The new rankings go as follows: Alabama … Continue reading College Football Week 2 Rankings
So last night I was finally able to watch HBO's new film "Paterno" which was released Saturday. When this film was announced I was extremely interested in it since I grew up a huge fan of Penn State Football, along with most of my family, so this story hit close to home. Right off the … Continue reading HBO’s “Paterno”
We all know Saquon Barkley is a special player with a whole lot of potential, but this past weekend at the NFL Draft Combine he really showed off his skills. Here are some of the numbers from his showcase at the combine: 5'11" 233lbs 4.41 40 yard dash time 29 reps of 225lbs on the … Continue reading Saquon Barkley Dominates The Combine
Another NFL Draft, another year of discussing who the Cleveland Browns should use the first overall pick on. An important thing to remember is the Browns also hold the fourth overall pick. I'll talk about the three players who have been discussed most as the probable #1 pick: Josh Allen: The junior quarterback from Wyoming … Continue reading Who Should The Browns Draft 1st Overall?
As the NFL Draft approaches, one big question mark has been Baker Mayfield. There's no question this dude can play but a lot of people are concerned about his character and he is constantly compared to Johnny Manziel. Now Mel Kiper JR does have Mayfield going #6 to the Jets, which is exactly where I'd … Continue reading The Curious Case of Baker Mayfield