Today’s game against Navy is the first in a full season Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss due to a shoulder injury. The Buckeye field general may not be on the field physically, but tight end Jeff Heuerman ensured Miller will be represented in spirit.
The Ohio State co-captain changed his number from 86 to Miller’s No. 5, as shared via Twitter: Continue reading →
Tennessee fans have every right to be excited for the 2014 season and beyond—Butch Jones has created a new energy in Knoxville, starting the much-needed revival the Volunteers have desperately cried out for since the early 2000s. There are potential stars and NFL draft picks all over the roster, with plenty more to come if recent recruiting trends continue. Continue reading →
College football is getting younger. The last two Heisman Trophy winners were redshirt freshmen. At LSU, a true freshman running back is one of the most talked-about players in the country. Continue reading →
Pac-12 Networks’ outstanding The Drive debuted last year, going behind the scenes with Arizona State and Cal. Season 2 kicked off Wednesday night with the spotlight exclusively on UCLA. Continue reading →
The Georgia Dome looks a whole lot different during a Georgia State Panthers game than it does on Sundays when the venue’s other tenants, the Atlanta Falcons, are playing. But the vast expanse of unfilled seats visible during the broadcast of Georgia State’s 38-37 win over Abilene Christian Wednesday represents the vast potential Georgia State University hopes to tap into through Panthers football. Continue reading →