South Carolina Game Preview: North Carolina

On August 31st, the South Carolina Gamecocks and the North Carolina Tar Heels will face off in a neutral site game at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC. This game is a crucial win for both teams, and there are many developing storylines for both of these teams heading into the season. Mack BrownContinue reading “South Carolina Game Preview: North Carolina”

Every Power 5 Conferences’ Playoff Sleeper

With college football season right around the corner, let’s look at some of the teams, who could surprise some people in 2020. ACC: Virginia Cavaliers In a particularly weak conference, the Hoos have a major chance of winning 10+ games. Despite being in the ACC, the Cavaliers wouldn’t have to face Clemson, unless they meetContinue reading “Every Power 5 Conferences’ Playoff Sleeper”

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Stadiums (NFL Edition)

Many NFL Stadiums have rich history: Lambeau Field, Heinz Field, Soldier Field, etc. Today we are going to be looking at one of the Best NFL Stadiums: AT&T Field. AT&T Field ,formerly known as Cowboy Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. This field has been home to the Cowboys for 10-11 seasons. The seating CapacityContinue reading “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Stadiums (NFL Edition)”

NFL Combine 3/2 Recap

Murray to Cardinals? A lot of pre draft rumors like these pop up but this one has been the buzz the last day now. Rumors and insiders believe that Cardinals will take Murray and Rosen will be traded or the alternative that Murray will be the top QB selected by another team at #1. TheContinue reading “NFL Combine 3/2 Recap”

Who is the Next UCF?

Love them or hate them, UCF has taken the college football world by storm. The Black Knights not only achieved a perfect 13-0 season, but a 25 game win streak. Although certain questions about strength of schedule come up, you can’t deny the Black Knights as a talented football program, as of late. But who’sContinue reading “Who is the Next UCF?”

The East-West Shrine Game

The East-West Shrine Game is a collegiate post season all-star game that is put on annually by Shriners Internationational, and the proceeds of the game are donated to Shriners Hospital for Children. For the players involved, this game is a great opportunity to further show NFL scouts what they can do. Many big name NFLContinue reading “The East-West Shrine Game”

Tate Martell Transfers from Ohio State to Miami

Three days after QB Justin Fields announced his transfer from Georgia to Ohio State, former four-star QB recruit Tathan “Tate” Martell entered himself into the transfer portal. His search for a new collegiate football program came to an end early Wednesday morning when he announced via Twitter that he would be taking his talents toContinue reading “Tate Martell Transfers from Ohio State to Miami”

Where will Jalen Hurts Go? Here are the odds…

Hurts announced his plans to transfer from the program for his final year of eligibility. As a graduate transfer, Hurts is immediately eligible to play for the university he transfers to. Jalen Hurts is 26-2 as a starter at Alabama and lead the Crimson Tide to two national championships (2016,2017). He is one of theContinue reading “Where will Jalen Hurts Go? Here are the odds…”

Report: Steve Sarkisian heading back to Alabama after turning down NFL’s Cardinals

Sarkisian will be rejoining Saban staff, according to Dianna Russini of ESPN, though in what capacity he will serve upon his return remains unclear. He was reportedly in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Saturday interviewing for the offensive coordinator position, according to the MMQB’s Albert Breer.  Alabama is in the market its fourth offensive coordinator in as many yearsContinue reading “Report: Steve Sarkisian heading back to Alabama after turning down NFL’s Cardinals”

How UAB Constructed the “Best Comeback in College Football History”

The return of the UAB football team provided a much-needed boost for Birmingham. Never in recent memory, if ever, had the metro area rallied behind a singular issue the way it did for UAB football after the demise of the program. How did they do it? That is the question that goes through everyone mindContinue reading “How UAB Constructed the “Best Comeback in College Football History””