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Thursday, November 26, 2015

College Football

Denard Robinson for Heisman Video is Sick

Denard Robinson is expected to be a strong Heisman Trophy candidate heading into the upcoming college football season.  Last year, Robinson burst onto the scene and showcased his playmaking ability to the world, rushing for over 100 yards in nine games including over 200 in two of them.  Michigan began the season as one of…Read More

Mike Leach: Bruce Feldman Was Kidnapped by ESPN

Former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach joined the Tony Bruno Show on FOX Sports Radio Tuesday to talk about his new book, Swing Your Sword. Excerpts from the book already showed us what a farce his firing was. We learned Leach was fired because Texas Tech wanted him out so they didn’t have to…Read More

P. Diddy’s Son Justin Combs Is a Cornerback Recruit

The son of rapper/actor/producer/businessman P. Diddy is an emerging college football recruit. Justin Combs, a 5’9″ 175-pound cornerback from Iona Prep in New York, is gaining interest from colleges after performing well at a recent 7-on-7 tournament. At first it was UAB, Wyoming, Virginia, and Middle Tennessee State offering him a scholarship, but now several…Read More

Ex-Ohio State QB Pandel Savic Blames Terrelle Pryor, Not Jim Tressel

Former Ohio State quarterback Pandel Savic still supports Jim Tressel and blames Terrelle Pryor and a few others for bringing down the Buckeyes. Savic, who quarterbacked the Buckeyes to a Rose Bowl win in 1949, shared his thoughts with The Columbus Dispatch. “First of all, we all love (former coach Jim) Tressel, and as far…Read More

Bret Bielema Crushes Jim Tressel for Cheating at Ohio State

Wisconsin has established itself as a force in the Big Ten the past two seasons. They’ve had back-to-back double-digit win seasons and have fought with the likes of Ohio State, Penn State, Iowa, and Michigan State for the top spot in the conference. Because of the close competition between the schools and what’s at stake,…Read More

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