Tag Archives: College Football

Opinion: NCAA Transfer Rules are Stupid

Daniel Corrigan | March 22nd, 2019

The Transfer rules have always been weird. Coaches can leave programs whenever they want to seek “better opportunity” but when an athlete does it, they are “selfish” and they lack “competitiveness.” Also, unless the NCAA permits it, the athlete needs to sit out a year.

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Final Tight End Positional Rankings

Andrew Harbaugh | March 18th, 2019

We are five weeks away from the most anticipated event of the spring, no it’s not Marvels Endgame, it’s the NFL draft! Every Monday from this point up to the draft I will be releasing my quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end rankings for you all to digest. I will also be adding my top 100 big board of those positions as I have decided to only put official grades on players at those positions this year.

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Post-Combine Positional Rankings Series

Mike Fanelli | March 7th, 2019

The 2019 NFL combine has come and gone while many players had great days, some had horrible ones. Now the scouts will go back to the tape to confirm what they saw at the combine. Some people will be swayed too much from the 40 times or the bench press but the tape is still the most important element when evaluating a player. Because of that, my rankings didn’t change much from pre-combine to post combine. However, there were some adjustments and below are my post combine rankings for each position.

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Defensive Winners and Losers from the NFL Combine

Andrew Harbaugh | March 7th, 2019

The NFL combine has officially wrapped up with the defensive backs finishing their workouts Monday. Several players impressed with their workouts and 40 times but at the same time, some players underwhelmed with some numbers and drills.

Defense is the best part of this year’s NFL draft. Everyone knows that, but a lot of these players are blowing expectations out of the water. Players are running blazing fast 40 times, they are putting up massive reps on the bench, and some are measuring out quite well.

Lots to dive into so let us not waste any more time.

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Diamonds In The Rough: Emmanuel Butler, WR (Northern Arizona)

Givanni Damico | March 5th, 2019

Emmanuel Butler was a stand-out at the University of Northern Arizona. Butler had an impressive resume during his college career. In his freshman year, he led all Northern Arizona freshmen in catches and receiving yards with 13 catches for 235 yards. These numbers showed promise for Butler’s future as a Lumberjack.

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Offensive Winners and Losers from the NFL Combine

Andrew Harbaugh | March 5th, 2019

All year we have heard the narrative that this class offensively lacked much top-level talent, I think it’s safe to say a handful of players changed that this week. All week players were subject to tough on-field scrutiny, one on one interviews, and of course measurements that are oh so crucial.

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Pre-Free Agency Mock Draft With Trades

Nick Popio | February 28th, 2019

Another historic NFL season is in the books. The New England Patriots outlasted everyone for its 6th title in nearly two decades. Now the tables will turn to the rapidly growing popularity of the offseason. The combine, free agency, and everything that has to do with the draft will take center stage from here on out. This is my initial first-round mock of the new year from thescorecrow.com. I hope you enjoy and please feel free to let the arguments flow!

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