Oh, How We Forget… College football is full of elite quarterback talent. But once these signal-callers take their talents to the NFL, much of their past success becomes long forgotten. … Continue Reading College Stars Don’t Always Translate To the Pros – But Does That Call for Humiliation?
Entering his second season at the helm of Michigan’s football program, expectations were sky high for Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines. After all, Harbaugh took a team that had won … Continue Reading The Case for Michigan to be in the College Football Playoff
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading The Case For An 8 Team CFB Playoff Has Never Been Better
The Perimeter is a column on The Sideline that serves to shine light on the uncovered, the undiscovered, and the unpublished side of the sports world – things you won’t find on … Continue Reading The Early NFL Prospect Nobody Is Talking About… Yet
The SEC has 6 teams in the AP Pre-Season CFB Top 25 this year. That includes preseason favorite and reigning champion Alabama. In the last 10 years, the college football … Continue Reading Saturdays In The South: How The SEC Became Country’s Greatest Football Conference
“Football is to Texas what religion is to a Priest” – Tom Landry Football being the most important thing in the state of Texas isn’t a new idea. Remember that … Continue Reading The Epic Collapse of College Football’s Newest Powerhouse
Last Spring, I published my first edition of ZScor. To summarize, players are placed in position groups, their individual drills (40 Yard Dash, Three Cone Drill, Shuttle Run, Vertical Jump, … Continue Reading NFL Combine 2016: Offensive ZScor Rankings
This article is a piece of the ‘Take Notice” column. Read other column pieces here. There is no doubting the fact that college football is becoming more of a business than … Continue Reading Bowl Games Aren’t Dead
When you hear about “Boise State” on ESPN, it’s usually about football. But what many do not know is they have a very good basketball team that hides behind the … Continue Reading You Should Watch Out For Boise State Basketball – Yes, Basketball.
It’s been 25 years exactly since the last college football player from outside a Big Five conference won the Heisman Trophy. Ty Detmer of BYU, which belonged to the WAC … Continue Reading Keenan Reynolds Deserves More Than His Heisman Snub
For Americans, the last week in November is often reserved for giving thanks (and waiting hours in line at Walmart for a PlayStation 4). This year in college football, we’ve seen a … Continue Reading Rookie Contract: The Annual NCAAF Coaching Carousel Begins
Mark Richt is 145-51 at Georgia, with two SEC championships, nine bowl victories, six SEC East titles, and two coach of the year awards. He finished nine seasons in the … Continue Reading Arrogance and Ignorance: The Flaw In Firing Mark Richt
The teams that control their destiny: Clemson @South Carolina vs. North Carolina (ACC Championship) Their path: Led by sophomore standout quarterback, Deshaun Watson, Clemson sits in the pole position … Continue Reading Every Team’s Path to the College Football Playoff
For the past six years, Leonard Fournette has been labeled as many things. (The Next: (Jim Brown, Hershel Walker, Bo Jackson), a freak of nature, a man child, or a … Continue Reading Leonard Fournette: The Tipping Point of Amateur Athletics
On November 22nd, 2014, the Maryland Terrapins strolled into Ann Arbor to take on the struggling Michigan Wolverines. Maryland’s record stood at 6-4, while Michigan’s was just 5-5. The Wolverines … Continue Reading The Resurgence of Michigan Football
Here is the premier of The Pigskin Preview, the best rundown of the upcoming weekend in college football that you will find on the internet or anywhere else. Here I … Continue Reading The Pigskin Preview: Week 5 College Football Analysis