Tag Archives: NCAA

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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FSU Cuts Ties with Embattled Quarterback Deondre Francois

Andrew Harbaugh | February 3rd, 2019

It was announced Sunday that Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois had been dismissed from the team due to allegations of abuse from his former girlfriend. Reports of abuse are dated back to January of 2018 but Saturday evening a video emerged that didn’t show either Francois or his girlfriend at the time. Rather it was just audio of the two allegedly arguing.

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Post Senior Bowl Positional Rankings

Andrew Harbaugh | January 29th, 2019

Senior Bowl week has come and gone and now it is full speed ahead to Super Bowl 53. Every team not named the Rams and Patriots is officially in draft season though and as I witnessed down in Mobile last week teams are out in full force scouting.

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Basketball – A Global Game – Part Two

Josh Elias | January 18th, 2019

In my three-part series on Basketball throughout the world, I will take a look at all FIBA-recognized countries and the best players from those countries. In part one we looked at 101-213. Here are numbers 51-100 as we continue our countdown. Most of these players you still don’t know, although this time there are a few that may be recognizable, and many of them will never see the inside of an NBA gym but the game is spreading and has truly become global and…well…ya never know. Stay tuned for the top 50 coming next week.

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National Championship Preview

Dale Money | January 7th, 2019

Monday night’s National Championship game, which will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, will feature powerhouses Alabama and Clemson for the third time in four years. Nick Saban will be looking to overtake Bear Bryant with the seventh title of his career. As for Clemson, they have not been back to the National Championship since Deshaun Watson led the Tigers to a National Title win against Alabama, back in 2017.

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FCS Championship Game Preview

Nick Popio | January 5th, 2019

History will be made in Frisco, Texas on Saturday, January 5 in the 2019 FCS Championship Game. North Dakota State and Eastern Washington will duel it out for the chance to become a champion forever. The Bison and Eagles are no strangers to the playoffs as they are both considered two of the top programs at the FCS level yearly. They also met three times before starting in the 2010 quarterfinals.

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