College Football Night 1 Odds and Ends

The first bit of college football history made in this 2015 season comes courtesy of quarterback Trey White. White ran six yards to cap a 12-play, 84-yard drive: the first scoring drive in Kennesaw State football history. TOUCHDOWN!!! Trey White gives KSU the lead!! Owls lead 7-3 with 1:32 remaining in the first. #WitnessKSU #Believe […]


Utah State Aggie Bobby Wagner Is NFL’s Highest-Paid LB

Linebacker Bobby Wagner is rumored to have signed a $43 million contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks late Saturday, which makes him the NFL’s highest-paid player at his position. Not a bad deal for a former 2-star recruit. Bobby Wagner landed at Utah State from Colony High School in Ontario, California, where he garnered minimal […]


What’s Stopping Boise State from Perfection?

LAS VEGAS – No surprise out of the Mountain West preseason media poll: defending conference champion Boise State is an overwhelming favorite to repeat in its division. Voters tabbed the Broncos atop the Mountain Division in the poll, released Tuesday at the opening of Mountain West media days. They’re projected to face West Division favorite […]


College Football News June 28: Ole Miss Star Laremy Tunsil in Domestic Dispute

Given recent football offseasons have been marred with headlines of arrests, the words “domestic violence” should make some instinctively recoil. However, the arrest of Ole Miss star offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil appears layered, based on initial reports. This situation is no less troubling than any other instance of domestic violence, as Laremy Tunsil was reportedly […]


Friday Q&A: Drinking with Gronk

Better late than never, it’s Friday Q&A, where yours truly takes on the important questions like: How would Gronk fare in a case race? Rob Gronkowski, the former Arizona Wildcats standout turned New England Patriots star, seems like the ideal party mate. Sadly, Gronk arrived at Arizona one year after I graduated, so I have […]


Breakout Running Backs Primed to Shine in 2014

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.