Forget what happened to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game; what quarterback Everett Golson and his teammates accomplished leading up to their title game appearance was the stuff of legends. Continue reading →
It’s a quarterback’s game. Star running backs are obsolete. Yada yada yada.
These are the prevailing narratives in today’s football landscape, driven primarily by NFL-focused outlets. While the proliferation of spread offenses has certainly opened the field to passing attacks, the star running back is very much alive and well in college football. Continue reading →
Q&A Day returns and, I must say, it’s quality over quantity. Dominating the college football landscape in what would otherwise be a slow time of the year are SEC media days, the annual event that seems to get longer, start earlier, and feature more absurdities every year. Continue reading →
Trailers for the forthcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot take me back almost 25 years, to a time when I was fixated not on teenagers and early 20-somethings playing football, but rather teenagers whose DNA was spliced with that of turtles. Continue reading →