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Monday, August 31, 2015

College Football

Cam Newton: Finally an Athlete who gets it

In this era of unselfish athletes who train hard and practice harder, it’s not easy to find role models who stand for what is right about sports. Guys doing charity work, autograph signings, and being fan friendly is not what we seek. Playing professional sports is about entertaining people, not being a good role model….Read More

The Story Behind UConn Quarterback Johnny McEntee’s Trick Shot Video

LBS staff writers Steve DelVecchio and Larry Brown collaborated on this story By now you’ve probably seen the trick shot video compiled by UConn quarterback Johnny McEntee. If you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and watch it now because it’s incredible. McEntee is a redshirt junior and one of six quarterbacks on…Read More

UConn’s Johnny McEntee Trick Shot Video is Pretty Impressive

Throughout my four memorable years studying at the University of Connecticut at Storrs, I was always led to believe that the football team had no passing game.  Were they on the rise?  Absolutely, but they were a ground and pound team led by the likes of Donald Brown, Jordan Todman, and some tremendous run-blocking offensive…Read More

Auburn Interested in 14-Year-Old Quarterback David Sills

You remember David Sills? Of course you do. He’s the 13-year-old kid about whom we wrote a year ago when it was announced he had already committed to play for Lane Kiffin at USC. The young boy had an absolutely ridiculous highlight video (watch it if you haven’t), and he’s tutored by widely respected quarterback…Read More

Facebook Post Not at Heart of Rocky Seto Issues for UCLA

UCLA’s search for a new defensive coordinator has been moving slower than the Cavs’ quest for a win. Two weeks ago, we said a deal with former Miami coach Randy Shannon was close to being done, but it was never finalized. Coach Rick Neuheisel continued to interview candidates for the job and it appeared as…Read More

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