There isn’t yet 100 percent confirmation, but the rumor running rampant on social media is Ohio State wide receiver Noah Brown sustained an injury in Wednesday’s practice. Cleveland.com’s Ari Wasserman reports sources are saying Brown broke his leg. Reporters on the scene in Columbus shared details of a somber scene as practice concluded, and that […]
No one tell Katy Perry and risk ruining her #ManCrushMonday: It appears as though Texas Tech transfer Baker Mayfield is starting Week 1 for Oklahoma ahead of Trevor Knight. Breaking: A source tells the Tulsa World that Oklahoma will name Baker Mayfield as its starting quarterback. #Sooners — Eric Bailey (@EricBaileyTW) August 24, 2015 BREAKING: […]
Ohio State’s Braxton Miller was one of the nation’s best quarterbacks the last time he lined up behind center for the Buckeyes. He may be changing to wide receiver, but he’s still likely to be a standout at his position. So says Keyshawn Johnson, a pretty good wide receiver in his day. Per the Cleveland […]
A veritable smorgasbord of spring games awaits on April 18, the most active Saturday of football since December, and until September. A bevy of sub-plots starring quarterbacks begin to unfold for the college football-watching nation to overanalyze for the remaining offseason. Among Saturday’s most intriguing quarterback story headlines include competitions, like the murky 5-player race […]
East Carolina is the best team in the ACC Coastal Division, and it’s not even a member of the ACC. Now in their first season with the American Athletic Conference after moving from Conference USA, the Pirates are 2-0 against teams from the Coastal after upsetting Virginia Tech on the road and thrashing North Carolina […]
The American Athletic Conference is something of the conference without a nation, so when East Carolina beat Virginia Tech Saturday in Blacksburg, it’s somewhat fitting that it was a Pirates’ flag flying high over ACC Country.
It’s fun for college football media to depict Steve Spurrier as the sport’s Don Rickles. And to an extent, that’s the persona he puts out there publicly when he roasts Nick Saban, Mark Richt and Dabo Swinney (especially Dabo Swinney).
Operating in head coach Ruffin McNeill’s free-wheeling offense, Shane Carden recorded some impressive passing statistics: 4,139 yards on 70.5 percent completions, 33 touchdowns to 10 interceptions. Carden even carried the ball to the tune of 10 scores. But Carden’s most memorable play from the 2013 season was a reception. He broke to the end zone […]
Nick Saban’s suggestion at last week’s SEC meetings that Power 5 conferences only play each other has merit on its face. However, the broad brushstrokes that mandate some leagues as worthy of nonconference dates fail to take into account teams’ strength on individual basis. The conferences without preferred access into the College Football Playoff must […]