Category: NCAAF

LSU’s “Breakthrough” Victory Over ‘Bama Provides Contrasts For Teams, Coaches, and Quarterbacks

After finishing the last eight seasons with a tally in the loss column against bitter-rival Alabama Crimson Tide, the high-octane LSU Tigers had a major breakthrough Saturday afternoon when the team traveled to an unwelcoming Tuscaloosa, Alabama and defeated the Tide 46-41 on their own turf, in the game played at Bryant-Denny Stadium. By getting

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Finebaum on Notre Dame’s Kelly: “Let Him Go To The NFL”

College football analyst Paul Finebaum appeared on ESPN’s First Take Wednesday afternoon. While discussing the future of Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly and the university’s football program, he said: “If Notre Dame was wise they would buy Brian out. Let him go to the NFL…I’m sure he could ruin some franchise there. And bring

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QB Tua Expected To Miss Time For ‘Bama After Surgery

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had surgery on Sunday morning to help repair a high-ankle sprain that he suffered during the Crimson Tide’s 35-13 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers. While recovering, he is expected to miss the team’s next game against Arkansas. After starting the game 12 of 13 passing, Tua was injured while scrambling to

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Dabo Gives Clemson Freshman A Long Bus Ride After Punch

Since taking over the Clemson football program, head coach Dabo Swinney has managed to keep controversy to a minimum both on and off the field. That all changed during the Tigers’ game against the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday. That’s because Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. decided he was going to take matters into his own

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Friday Night Lights: Ohio State Dominates Northwestern 52-3

The Ohio State Buckeyes travelled to Evanston, Illinois last night for a matchup against Big Ten Conference opponent Northwestern. There wasn’t much for the Wildcats to write home about, as the Bucks beat the socks off the home team by a score of 52-3. The offense never missed a beat. OSU quarterback Justin Fields led

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Ed Orgeron: LSU’s “Supreme” Leader Making Waves With Team Ranked #2

In the modern game of football everything is being dictated by analytics. Coaching hires, play-calling and even player development are giving way to years of traditional theory. As a result, the sport is changing. However, Louisiana State University’s head coach Ed Orgeron is a classic throwback reminiscent of legendary motivators. The player’s coach shows an

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Jalen Hurts’ QB Battle with Tua Tagovailoa Ascends To Heisman Levels

Jalen Hurts started at quarterback for the University of Alabama during his freshman season in 2016. That season, the youngster managed to win SEC Offensive Player of the Year under the tutelage of offensive-guru Lane Kiffin. Over the next two seasons, he compiled a 26-2 record as a starter for the Crimson Tide and appeared

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California Law: Fair Pay to Play Act Signed, College Athletes Will Be Paid Starting in 2023

Today, the State of California’s Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed into law the Fair Pay to Play Act which will allow California college athletes to legally begin earning money by means of selling the rights to their name, image or likeness to outside bidders without facing penalties from their respective school.  The legislation will certainly change

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