2014 Is A Do-Or-Die Year For Cowboy Cornerbacks
by Taylor Williams
Change is a word and idea often thrown around the Dallas Cowboys organization but seldom acted upon when and where it’s most needed.
Take the Achilles heel of 2013: the pass defense...
Which Young Bengals Will Be On The Prowl This Season?
by Carter Sokolowski
The past few months in the NFL have been a crazy whirlwind of different transactions and speculations...
Big 12 Bottom Feeders Optimistic Exiting Spring
by Steve Pipps
The thing with spring games, and really any inter-squad matchup, is that if the offense plays great, it’s evident the defense has serious holes. And if the defense shuts down the offense, it’s clear there’s work to do on that side of the ball...
Bowl Slate For 2015 Reaches 40 Games
by Christopher Smith
With TV revenue for live sporting events continuing to rake in money, the NCAA is set to add a 40th bowl game in 2015, the Orlando Sentinel reported Tuesday. That total is up from 28 in 2005-06, which then was considered a monstrous figure...
Clemson QB Chad Kelly Dismissed
by Eric Russell
Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly has been dismissed from the program due to "conduct detrimental to the team," according to a statement released by the school on Monday afternoon...
Auburn Spring Ball: Catching Up With The SEC Champs
by Dan Harralson
The Auburn Tigers are coming off a season to remember. Not only have they won the SEC championship and appeared in the BCS national championship game, but also they have turned their football program around completely...
Was Duke's Early Spring Practice A Good Idea?
by Matt Phifer
As most ACC teams wrap up spring practice with their annual spring games, one school has been done for more than a month. Duke University completed its spring schedule with a spring game on March 1. Spring practice started Feb...
Should The Lions Trade Up For Sammy Watkins?
by Scott McMahon
Sammy Watkins made it abundantly clear in an interview with the Detroit Free Press that if he ends up in a Detroit Lions uniform on draft day, that the “sky’s the limit” for him and the Detroit offense...
Where Will UMass Play After 2015?
by Lana Sache
Two seasons left for the Minutemen in Mid-American Conference. The University of Massachusetts officially will leave the Mid-American Conference after the 2015 football season...
Tarean Folston Should Lead The Irish RBs In 2014
by Adam Poltrack
In the NFL, running backs not named Adrian Peterson rarely are worth a serious investment. They take too much punishment, resulting in frequent injuries...
Is Andrew Luck An Elite Quarterback?
by Juaquin Ruiz
Two seasons removed from the Peyton Manning era, the Indianapolis Colts decided to move forward in a different direction by selecting Andrew Luck, quarterback from Stanford University, as the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft...
If the Falcons want to keep up with the dangerous offenses of the NFC South, Atlanta must fix its small hole in the secondary - one of the starting safety positions...
SEC Contributing Writer
On April 25, Northwestern players will vote whether or not to unionize — a first in college football history This issue concerns the payment of college football players whose talents generate a multi-billion dollar industry...
Big 12 Contributing Writer
Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury is literally and figuratively the hottest coach in college football. He is smart, charming and of course handsome. Kingsbury didn't get to the top, though, on good looks alone...
AAC Breakout WR: Ambles, Moore Or Perriman?
by Jackson Wang
Houston, Cincinnati, and UCF are all looking to have a big year in the AAC this season. With the conference up for grabs, all three teams will be chasing after the AAC championship...
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Where Does Eli Manning Rank Among The NFL Quarterbacks?
by Christopher Mulgrave
Eli Manning is the best quarterback in New York Giants history. He’s a two-time Super Bowl Champion, two-time Super Bowl MVP and a three-time Pro Bowler...
5 Bold Predictions For The Redskins In 2014
by Matthew Iorio
Two years ago, it appeared that Mike Shanahan had changed the culture in Washington. He took a dubious franchise and made them winners in a matter of a few short seasons...
How The Philadelphia Eagles Can Replace DeSean Jackson
by Michael Saenz
What separates the Philadelphia Eagles’ high-octane, collegiate-like offense is the interchangeability of it. Ideally. However, that conclusion can’t be made, of course, until a significant change takes place...
Virginia Tech Pass Attack Needs Artillery Upgrade
by Jason Bailey
Virginia Tech's air attack has been grounded and largely neutralized. No, I'm not referring to the air traffic at the Virginia Tech Montgomery Executive Airport...