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On to the next one: Brohm to stay at Purdue

Louisville Cardinals, it's on to the next one as Jeff Brohm will remain at Purdue. Brohm met with Louisville athletic director Vince Tyra on Nov. 27, but turned down the chance to return home to coach his alma mater. Brohm had been the front-runner...

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. ...

When it comes to recruiting for college sports, how young is too young?

Kiyaunta Goodwin isn’t even in high school yet, but he’s 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 350 pounds. Schools are already drooling over him, and he was pictured this past weekend with Nick Saban. Goodwin later revealed Saban offered him a scholarship to play at the University of Alabama.  Saban isn’t the...

Turnabout is fair play: SEC changes its transfer rule

Recently, the Southeastern Conference meetings in Destin, Fla. made a big splash in the lives of college athlete transfers. In the past, players had to get a waiver from the school they’re transferring from to be eligible immediately. And, for the most part, no coach would sign that waiver; even if the student already received their degree.  Recently, Nick...

Louisville Strong: Which Cardinal will have a breakout season?

Coach Bobby Petrino and the University of Louisville Cardinals will have a tough order as they look to replace 14 starters from last year's team. Most glaringly absent is former Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. Even with its losses, Louisville retains lots of talent and fielded a solid 2018 recruiting class. Which Cardinals will have a breakout...

Big showdowns ahead for college football playoff teams

Now that the college football playoffs have been revealed and played out as anticipated, we're now deep into conference play. Going into the stretch run of the season, SportsRadioAmerica.com examines the toughest games left that could ruin the top four teams' playoff connections.   NO....

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...

Control Arm: The Top 5 SEC QBs of the last 10 years

 The Southeastern Conference (SEC) has occasionally struggled with quarterback play over the last few years, but appears to be improving in the signal-caller area with Jake Fromm, Jarrett Stidham and Drew Lock. When Urban Meyer came in, many teams utilized a dual threat model quarterback, but they’re now trending toward pocket passers. Let’s look at the Top 5 quarterbacks in the SEC over...

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,...

Method to the Madness: Les Miles gets contract buyout

Two years after being fired by the Louisiana State University Tigers, former head coach Les Miles has obtained a buyout of his contract. Miles will receive a one-time payment of $1.5 million to erase the remaining $6.5 million on his deal that was extended...