Tag Archives: Tate Martell

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

Heisman Dark Horses

Tyler Forness | June 17th, 2019

At the beginning of every season, college football experts and fans compile a short list of candidates for the Heisman Trophy. Every list compiled will have any previous winner, finalist and breakout players from the previous year. Almost every season though, we have one or two finalists that come out of nowhere, including past winners Lamar Jackson, Johnny Manziel and Tim Tebow. In today’s piece, I will take a look at 3 players who could become the next Heisman winner to seemingly come out of nowhere. Continue reading

The NCAA is Ruining the Transfer Portal

Givanni Damico| June 8th, 2019

The NCAA is as corrupt of an organization as they come. When the idea of the transfer portal came into fruition, I loved it. I still love the concept, but the NCAA has so poorly mismanaged it to the point where it’s a popularity contest as to who’s waiver gets accepted or denied. Continue reading

The Scout’s Rose Ceremony: Quarterbacks

Andrew Harbaugh | June 3rd, 2019

The Bachelorette is already heavy into its current season and while Hannah Brown searches for love, I have found love in the form of quarterbacks this week.

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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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