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Saturday, January 31, 2015

College Football

Ohio State’s Message to Terrelle Pryor: It’s OK to Punt

The Buckeyes struggled against Minnesota in the first half of their win Saturday before eventually going on to blowout the Golden Gophers. They led just 7-0 at halftime, the score coming on a 62-yard touchdown pass from Terrelle Pryor to DeVier Posey. As Ohio State was moving in for a score just before halftime, Pryor…Read More

Ultimate Embarrassment for UCLA Football Against Cal

UCLA fans have to recognize that it’s a long way back to being a strong program in the Pac-10 and that this season will have its ups and downs. The Bruins started off the year 3-0 with non-conference wins over Tennessee and Kansas State that look more impressive now given what each team has done…Read More

Huskies Coaches/Players Get Boner of the Week Award

**UPDATE** Video of the final touchdown is below The ending to the Washington/Arizona State game on Saturday night had to be nothing short of mind-numbing for Husky fans. To recap, with just under four minutes left, Eric Folk kicked a field goal to tie the game at 17. Arizona State got the ball back and…Read More

TCU’s Jeremy Kerley Had the Sickest Play of the Day

ESPN had it as its top play on Saturday for a good reason — what Jeremy Kerley did for TCU on a 69-yard punt return for a touchdown against Colorado State was simply ridiculous. He ran through the Rams special teams unit like they were high schoolers. Check out this absurd return: By my count…Read More

Shoulder Injury Could Be a Chronic Problem for Sam Bradford

Much like the way knee injuries or tight hamstrings bother some guys, Sam Bradford’s shoulder injury looks like it could turn into a chronic problem. The shoulder was initially injured when Bradford was slammed to the turf against BYU and he missed a month to recover from the sprain. After playing against Baylor last weekend…Read More

NCAA Lays the Smack Down on Bama

Several programs at Alabama were punished about six/seven months ago for participating in a textbook scandal. What happened was several athletes, across multiple sports, got textbooks for their classmates for no cost because the athletes had their books covered by their scholarship. The school was placed on probation for three years and also had to…Read More

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