Tag: SEC

Heisman Watch: LSU QB Burrow Finally Breaks Out After 3 Years On Ohio State’s Bench

This past spring, LSU implemented a new “wide-open” offense. In seasons past, the Tigers built their identity as a program off of their power-run game and hard-nosed defense. For a long time, the plan worked and LSU became a national powerhouse in college football. However, in the past few seasons, the offense always seemed to

Continue reading

Notre Dame Stalls in 2nd Half vs. Georgia: Penalties and Turnovers Prove Costly in 23-17 Loss

For one half of football it seemed that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish were finally ascending to the upper-echelon of the college football. For a few years, the tradition-heavy football team has been banging on the door and trying to gain notoriety as one of college football’s “blue blood” programs only to fall short against

Continue reading