Georgia Tech just couldn’t figure out the ACC last season. After jumping out to a 9-4 non-conference start, the team finished with a final record of 16-17, winning just six ACC matchups. The Yellow Jackets were proficient in a few statistical categories, such as rebounding the ball and scoring defense, but they lacked the specialty […]
Louisville’s inaugural ACC season may not be as dominant as their lone year in the AAC, but it will absolutely be more competitive and entertaining to watch for all. The Cardinals finished last season 31-6 (15-3), but with championship aspirations, their defeat in the Sweet 16 was disappointing to say the least. Coach Rick Pitino […]
There have been some statements and actions this week that have been simply head-scratching. We’re going to examine the actions of the National Football League and former NFL coach and part-time preacher Tony Dungy and try to shed some light. We start with the multiple reports that the National Football League has suspended Baltimore Ravens […]
In what many are perceiving as a slight shot at the SEC, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby took aim at the NCAA’s inability to monitor its members. “Enforcement is broken,” Bowlsby exclaimed. “The infractions committee hasn’t had a hearing in almost a year, and I think it’s not an understatement to say cheating pays presently.” […]
Mariota’s Light Load For decades football players have taken the “student” part out of the term, “student-athlete.” Although Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota is certainly different, as he’s achieved his undergraduate degree in just three seasons, Ducks fans shouldn’t have to worry about Mariota’s mind being on much else than Oregon football with his current course […]
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