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NFL Regional Combine Wrap Up: Who Showed Up, Who Shined, And What’s Next

The path to the 2019 NFL Draft continued Saturday in Kansas City at the NFL Regional Scouting Combine. The 2nd Annual NFL Regional Scouting Combine Invitational took place at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs, inside the...

USF coach, Charlie Strong, fired after 4-8 season

Charlie Strong's tenure at the University of South Florida was not potent enough to secure his job. A 10-2 start in 2017 had USF alumni and fans reeling under the promise of a run. This was they year...

Knot in the Cards: Louisville seeks forward momentum

The University of Louisville began and ended their season the same way; losing big to a ranked team which put up 50 points. With a sea of blue, it looked like a UK home game Saturday as the Card's season ended with a 56-10...

Be an American: The AAC is 4-3 against “Power Conference” teams

Week Two of the American Athletic Conference brought us some of the best matchups against “Power Five” conference teams.  Now if you are a listener to The College Credit Hour, then you know how I feel about the nonsensical idea of “Power Five” conferences. ...

Be an American: Three things we learned in the AAC during week 1

Week one has come and gone and what a glorious opening to the college football season!  Upsets and near-upsets lined the fields and early Heisman hopes were dashed as we all consumed the sport we love the most.  Now that the dust has settled...

Heir to the Throne: Georgia might finally oust the champs

Georgia is building a dynasty at a rapid rate and it’s no surprise. Georgia is a hotbed for recruiting and Kirby Smart didn’t exactly inherit a mess from Mark Richt. They were already built to compete, but he’s done a few things that’s set them over the...

Red Scare: Cards cope with life after Lamar Jackson, injury

  In 2014, the University of Louisville Cardinals joined the Atlantic Coast Conference and their football program experienced some legitimate success. But, their level of achievement is not the degree enjoyed under Bobby Petrino’s first run or in Charlie Strong's capable hands. They’ve finished 9-4 twice,...

Mullen’s recruiting is struggling in the swamp

Dan Mullen was once the guy many Tennessee fans wanted to hire after Butch Jones left. I found that out the hard way after I tweeted, “Dan Mullen? A guy that’s won nothing? Where has Miss St. recruiting finished?” in response to a fan/reporter telling me his first call after Jon Gruden...

Nick of Time: Appreciate Saban while you can

On the first play of the game Saturday, Jordan Ta’amu hit D.K. Metcalf for a 75-yard touchdown, and I thought, "wow, Ole Miss might upset 'Bama again with a start like this." Boy, was I wrong. Alabama went on to score 62 straight points and...

Come ‘Heel or high water: Is UNC’s football program sinking?

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football program seems like the Titanic. Following their basketball scandal, the football team is now in trouble. Up to a dozen North Carolina football players could face disciplinary action for selling university-issued shoes and athletic gear, fueling the argument college athletes should be compensated. North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham said the infractions were self-reported...