Meet the 2022 Oklahoma Freshman Class

Meet the 2022 Oklahoma Freshman Class

Oklahoma’s first partial year under Brent Venables has been a recruiting success. He inherited a few recruits and put the finishing touches on some others close to committing. Many prospects followed Riley to USC but others were drawn to Oklahoma by Venables. The Oklahoma freshman class was ranked eighth by On3 and 10th by 24/7 […]

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 New Faces in Norman: Meet the Oklahoma Coaching Staff

New Faces in Norman: Meet the Oklahoma Coaching Staff

The Oklahoma coaching staff has been completely overhauled. Only Demarco Murray and Joe Jon Finley are returning members of the staff, everyone else is in their first year. Some are familiar faces that have returned and others are all new. Today we’ll go through Oklahoma’s new Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, and Defensive Coordinator and the […]

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 The USFL’s Opening Week Shows Promise

The USFL’s Opening Week Shows Promise

After months of anticipation, the USFL kicked off its opening week with the Birmingham Stallions taking on the New Jersey Generals. It was a back-and-forth game that provided us with some fun-to-watch moments, as well as some hard-to-watch moments. After all, no USFL team has more than a couple of weeks to practice. We got […]

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 Why Nebraska Football Is Cursed and How to Break It

Why Nebraska Football Is Cursed and How to Break It

Nebraska football is set to begin spring practice on February 28. It will be an important 15 practices for the Huskers, who haven’t won a conference title since 1999 or had a winning record since 2016. This winter, head coach Scott Frost renegotiated his contract to take less money, overhauled his offensive staff, brought in […]

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 The Wisconsin Badgers Burning Offseason Questions

The Wisconsin Badgers Burning Offseason Questions

Now that signing day is over, it’s officially time for the college football offseason to take shape. Between players being recruited, entering the draft, graduating or transferring; the roster goes through lots of turnover and attrition. With the turnover, questions about specific positions a rise. The Wisconsin Badgers are no exception to these chains of […]

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 ESPN Analysts Add Fuel to the ‘Opt Out’ Chaos Fire

ESPN Analysts Add Fuel to the ‘Opt Out’ Chaos Fire

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit caused a firestorm across social media after a few controversial comments he made on ESPN’s “College GameDay”, questioning whether today’s college athletes have the passion and love for the game. Whether Herbstreit meant it literally or as just a comment he didn’t fully think through before exclaiming it on national television […]

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 Conference Championship Weekend is Here

Conference Championship Weekend is Here

A total of ten conference championship games will be played between Friday night and Saturday. Now, obviously, some of these games have more implications than others, but all are important. Let’s get into what each game means for the two teams and maybe even some teams who are not involved. Conference USA Championship Game When […]

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 Cards Dominate Syracuse on Lamar Jackson Day

Cards Dominate Syracuse on Lamar Jackson Day

A perfect afternoon in Louisville on Lamar Jackson Day, as the Cards welcomed back the only Heisman winner in Louisville football history. With all the excitement surrounding number 8’s retirement, the Cards dominate Syracuse. The game finished 41-3 and was 35-3 at the half. Cardinal Stadium was rocking all afternoon and the Cardinals fed off […]

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 Rest in Peace to the Career of Spencer Rattler

Rest in Peace to the Career of Spencer Rattler

Preseason Predictions for Spencer Rattler Spencer Rattler looked like he was going to be the next star quarterback for Oklahoma. Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley has been a great mentor for many who play the position. Riley has helped Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, and Jalen Hurts to have great college careers as well as success […]

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 EKU Extends Win Streak

EKU Extends Win Streak

Strange Start The game got off to a weird start due to Abilene Christian University bringing the wrong uniforms on their visit to Richmond. ACU lost 1 timeout per quarter and received a 15 yard unsportsmanlike penalty to start the game and the second half. First Half The Colonels were handed several opportunities on their […]

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 EKU Goes for Two in a Row at Home

EKU Goes for Two in a Row at Home

First Half The Colonels opened their first ASUN-WAC game as 9.5 point favorites over Tarleton State. The game started with a fantastic defensive stand as Davion Ross deflected the first pass, and Matthew Jackson and Shane Burks combined for a sack on third down. It took three drives for the Texans before they started the […]

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 The Five Stages of Football Being Back

The Five Stages of Football Being Back

Football fans are not sane human beings. We gamble with our health – both mental and physical – week in and week out watching the games. We eat, sleep, and breathe any sort of football game, content, or information we can get our hands-on. No matter your vice – gambling, fantasy football, or just a […]

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