Author Archives: Andrew Harbaugh

The Curious Case of Antonio Gandy-Golden

Andrew Harbaugh  | September 30th, 2019 

With offers from just Elon, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Samford, and Liberty Antonio Gandy-Golden would choose to attend the latter and help a program on the rise take that next step. He would enter college with a big 6’4” frame but only weighed 195 pounds according to Max Preps as he walked on campus. Continue reading

The Hurts Locker: A Week 1 Heisman Ballot

Andrew Harbaugh | September 3rd, 2019

Week One in college football gave a lot of teams hope, took hope from others but more importantly to us writers it started to paint the complicated masterpiece that is the Heisman Trophy.

We had a mixture of old faces in new places thanks to the glorious arrival of the transfer portal which has brought some of those faces to better surroundings for both the team and themselves. 

With these players taking the centerstage and not faltering at all this past weekend it makes this weeks Heisman vote interesting. With so many performances being over the top combing through them will prove to be tough when narrowing it down to three votes.

I will keep this going week to week to better track the progress of the players as the season progresses. As the schedules toughen up it should be fun to see who can make an impact and separate themselves and raise the Heisman this year.

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Player We Hope to See Most from the Senior Bowl Watch List

Andrew Harbaugh | Aug 21st, 2019 

Jim Nagy and the incredible staff down in Mobile have released their watch list of players who will make the trip to the Senior Bowl in January. 

With the season starting this Saturday, it is perfect to look over to see some of the names that the staff will be watching this upcoming college season. Continue reading

Tate Martell and the Crossroads that is his Football Career

Andrew Harbaugh | Aug 13th, 2019

Yesterday Miami Head Coach Manny Diaz announced that not N′Kosi Perry or Tate Martell would be the starting quarterback for the Hurricanes as they face off against Florida to kickoff college footballs 150th season. Continue reading