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The Four Best Quarterbacks Turned Wide Receivers in NFL History

The Four Best Quarterbacks Turned Wide Receivers in NFL History

Playing quarterback may be the toughest job in professional sports, with just thirty-two jobs in the world available at the highest level. For many in the NFL, natural talent enabled them to play...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Oct 16 2022
Three Tell-Tale Signs You Are Ready For College Sports

Three Tell-Tale Signs You Are Ready For College Sports

Plenty of high school athletes think they have what it takes to play sports in college. However, few truly stand out from the rest. For the select number of talented young men and women who do...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Oct 13 2022
College Football: Five Stars Who Could Have Benefitted Most from NIL Ruling

College Football: Five Stars Who Could Have Benefitted Most from NIL Ruling

The NCAA's Division I Board of Directors announced a new rule [https://www.espn.com/college-sports/story/_/id/31086019/everything-need-know-ncaa-nil-debate] last year that will allow for college...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Sep 24 2022
College Football: Three Power 5 Quarterback Competitions to Keep Watching This Fall

College Football: Three Power 5 Quarterback Competitions to Keep Watching This Fall

Spring practice is underway for the nation's top college football programs, and that can only mean one thing: competition. No position on the gridiron is scrutinized more than quarterback, where even...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Sep 08 2022
2022 College Football Cheat Sheet: Who Will Finish On Top In The Big Ten

2022 College Football Cheat Sheet: Who Will Finish On Top In The Big Ten

It's not the flashiest conference, nor is it the most talented, but Big Ten football offers consistent drama from top to bottom. Look no further than 5-7 Illinois' nine-overtime...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Sep 05 2022
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College Football: Why Head Coach Salaries At Top Schools Keep Going Up

College Football: Why Head Coach Salaries At Top Schools Keep Going Up

What does one normally associate with the position of college football head coach? Leaders of men. Wisened skippers. Veteran teachers offering support to the many student athletes that look to them...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Sep 04 2022
College Football: Are Spencer Rattler and South Carolina SEC East Contenders?

College Football: Are Spencer Rattler and South Carolina SEC East Contenders?

Competing in the SEC is not for everybody. Lost in the shuffle of the annual arms race between some combination of Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Auburn is a collection of currently good-not-great...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Sep 04 2022
College Football: Three Transfer Portal Players to Watch in 2022

College Football: Three Transfer Portal Players to Watch in 2022

It's not even four years old, but it's hard to even remember what college football was like before the creation of the transfer portal. Often stuck on depth charts or in a situation that didn't suit...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Aug 28 2022
How Does Recruiting Work in Today's CFB Landscape?

How Does Recruiting Work in Today's CFB Landscape?

Recruiting is an art that takes college football's elite programs years to truly perfect. Building up an immense network of scouts and alumni while attempting to nab as many blue-chip prospects as...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Aug 22 2022
Five Mediocre College Quarterbacks Who Had Great NFL Careers

Five Mediocre College Quarterbacks Who Had Great NFL Careers

We hear all the time about busts, especially at the quarterback position. These are the guys that were hyped up as the next big thing, saviors of a franchise in desperate need of stability. Instead,...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Aug 21 2022
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Does Having a Top Recruiting Class Promise Success?

Does Having a Top Recruiting Class Promise Success?

Although the success of a football program is built on wins and losses, recruiting has never played a more prominent role in maintaining a steady stream of talent for teams across the nation....

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Aug 20 2022
Ranking the Five Best Division II Football Conferences

Ranking the Five Best Division II Football Conferences

While most fans are familiar with the prestigious football schools of the NCAA's Division I, the smaller programs of Division II often go unnoticed. Even though the 2020 season was cancelled due to...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jul 28 2022
The Benefits of Playing at a Power 5 School

The Benefits of Playing at a Power 5 School

Whether you are hoping to go pro or just looking to continue your sports career through college, participating in athletics at a Power 5 (ACC, SEC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big 10) school can be intimidating....

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Jun 29 2022
2022 College Football Conference Preview: Which Pac 12 Team Will End On Top

2022 College Football Conference Preview: Which Pac 12 Team Will End On Top

The Pac-12 hasn't seen a team reach the College Football Playoff since Washington in 2016. It's a streak that has plagued the conference for the better part of a decade, and last season did little to...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 27 2022
Is USC Football Finally Back? Recapping Lincoln Riley's First Spring As Trojans Head Coach

Is USC Football Finally Back? Recapping Lincoln Riley's First Spring As Trojans Head Coach

We hear about 'culture changes' in college football all the time; one-season turnarounds ushered in by factors such as a new head coach or a star recruit. However, in this sport, success is fleeting....

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Jun 17 2022
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College Basketball: Why Experience Still Matters For Division-I Teams

College basketball's history is filled with teams that had to overcome adversity on the road to a title. Winning, at minimum, six games en route to a championship will test a group in ways they might...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 13 2022

College Basketball: Three Top Programs That Could Miss the NCAA Tournament

Anyone who enjoys college basketball understands this is the closest one can get to sheer chaos in sports. The tournament's playoff structure is quite literally designed to be...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 13 2022

College Football: Are the Houston Cougar's This Season's Cincinnati?

Prior to 2021, the thought of a non-Power 5 program reaching the College Football Playoff was borderline blasphemous. That was before Luke Fickell and Cincinnati had a perfect regular season, which...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 13 2022
College Basketball: Three Biggest Coaching Hires of the Offseason

College Basketball: Three Biggest Coaching Hires of the Offseason

Once upon a time, long before the transfer portal and NIL deals, college basketball offseasons were fairly boring affairs. Most players stayed in school, the most talented went pro, and coaches built...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Jun 12 2022
2022 College Football Conference Preview: Who The Favorites Are In The SEC

2022 College Football Conference Preview: Who The Favorites Are In The SEC

S-E-C! S-E-C! S-E-C! It's a chant embraced by the South and universally reviled everywhere else. The pompous, downright braggadocious attitude many SEC supporters have seems to irk other fans the...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jun 09 2022
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College Football: Five Best Non-Conference Games Of 2022

College Football: Five Best Non-Conference Games Of 2022

The end of the college football season is a bittersweet time for fans across the nation. Despite an exciting year and a new national champion, Georgia's victory over Alabama ensures a wait of over...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun May 15 2022
What Is 7-on-7 Football? And Why It Is The Best Offseason Activity

What Is 7-on-7 Football? And Why It Is The Best Offseason Activity

Another cold, barren football offseason is now upon us. As the Los Angeles Rams lifted the Lombardi trophy, the chilling realization that no NFL or college games would be played until the end of...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun May 01 2022
NFL Draft: Three Pro Prospects To Watch For From Small-Schools

NFL Draft: Three Pro Prospects To Watch For From Small-Schools

Defining the term "small-school sleeper" can be difficult. Is it a future Hall of Famer like Jerry Rice, taken in the first round of the 1985 NFL Draft? Is it a late-round gem like Tony Romo, who...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Apr 27 2022
2022 NFL Draft: Three Instant-Impact Players Taken Outside The First Round

2022 NFL Draft: Three Instant-Impact Players Taken Outside The First Round

Every year, we hear all about the "can't-miss" prospects in the NFL Draft, those highly touted rookies from powerhouse programs or with a trophy room full of collegiate accolades. Yet every year the...

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Apr 22 2022
Men's Basketball: How Shaheen Holloway and St. Peter's Can Stay Relevant After March Madness

Men's Basketball: How Shaheen Holloway and St. Peter's Can Stay Relevant After March Madness

Saint Peter's historic run was full of dramatic moments and unexpected surprises. All except one: head coach Shaheen Holloway was as good as gone once the feisty Peacocks were defeated. Holloway...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Apr 21 2022
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Men's Basketball: Eric Musselman and Arkansas Are Speeding Ahead of the SEC

Men's Basketball: Eric Musselman and Arkansas Are Speeding Ahead of the SEC

Moments after Arkansas took down top overall seed Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament, head coach Eric Musselman had some choice words for the team's detractors. "We believed. You know, nobody else did"...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Apr 20 2022
Can Cincinnati's Historic Season Continue in the NFL Draft?

Can Cincinnati's Historic Season Continue in the NFL Draft?

Undefeated regular season. 12-1 record. First-ever non-Power 5 playoff participant. Multiple first-round picks? Cincinnati enjoyed a magical 2021 season, easily the best in program history. However,...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Apr 20 2022
Men's College Basketball: Five Stars Who Could Have Benefitted Most From NIL Ruling

Men's College Basketball: Five Stars Who Could Have Benefitted Most From NIL Ruling

In the aftermath of a July ruling by the NCAA allowing for athletes to profit off of their name, image, and...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Apr 17 2022
College World Series: How The Tournament Works

College World Series: How The Tournament Works

This year's edition of the College World Series is set to kick off on Saturday, July 19th. The CWS is something to look forward to in any year, but this season's edition feels extra special following...

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Apr 15 2022
Men's Basketball: How Bill Self and Kansas Stole Another National Championship

Men's Basketball: How Bill Self and Kansas Stole Another National Championship

There were plenty of flashy picks for college basketball fans to choose from when filling out their brackets. Duke in Coach K's final season, Arizona's deep roster, Kentucky and Auburn's young...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Apr 07 2022
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March Madness: Who's to blame for Gonzaga basketball's early exit?

March Madness: Who's to blame for Gonzaga basketball's early exit?

In a stunning turn of events, top overall seed Gonzaga was bounced from the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night, failing to advance farther than the Sweet Sixteen. The Zags, coming off a near-perfect...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 28 2022
March Madness: Reactions After a Wild Opening Weekend

March Madness: Reactions After a Wild Opening Weekend

In the span of just four days, "March Madness" has already lived up to its name. We've had some wild endings, nail-biting upsets, and no perfect...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Mar 22 2022
March Madness: Three Teams Who Should Be On Upset Alert

March Madness: Three Teams Who Should Be On Upset Alert

March is a time of hope across college basketball. Between conference tournament bid-stealers and NCAA Tournament Cinderellas, this is the month when underdogs rule. However, the chaos we sports fans...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Mar 17 2022
Men's Basketball: Gonzaga's Chet Holmgren Is Blocking His Way To A Historic Season

Men's Basketball: Gonzaga's Chet Holmgren Is Blocking His Way To A Historic Season

If you have even a passing interest in college basketball, chances are the name Chet Holmgren sounds familiar. The five-star freshman, considered a near-lock to be picked in the top five of this...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Mar 09 2022
March Madness: A Darkhorse From Every Power 5 Conference

March Madness: A Darkhorse From Every Power 5 Conference

With little over a month to go before the greatest tournament in all of sports, plenty of men's basketball teams across the nation are facing their final stretch of games. With just 64 spots for over...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Mar 01 2022
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March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Wreck Your Bracket

March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Wreck Your Bracket

With just a month to go before the start of the NCAA Tournament, college basketball's contenders have begun to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. However, since this is March Madness, it...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Feb 16 2022

Will UCLA Men's Basketball Win A Long-Awaited National Title, Or Melt Down in March?

April 3rd, 1995. The UCLA Bruins have just won their 11th national title in program history. The 89-78 victory over #6 Arkansas took place in Seattle's Kingdome, an arena five years away from...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Feb 14 2022
Super Bowl LVI: Three Small School Stars Who Could Make a Difference

Super Bowl LVI: Three Small School Stars Who Could Make a Difference

On February 13th, the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams will meet with everything on the line in Super Bowl LVI. In a battle headlined by former number 57th Super Bowl is sure to be quite the...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Feb 13 2022
Men's College Basketball: Predicting March Madness's Top Seeds

Men's College Basketball: Predicting March Madness's Top Seeds

A surprisingly obvious truth about March Madness, the most chaotic tournament in all of sports: #1 seeds win quite often. 17 of the past 25 national champions sat at the top of their regional...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Jan 22 2022
Oklahoma Football's Post-Big 12 Future Comes 'Sooner' Rather Than Later

Oklahoma Football's Post-Big 12 Future Comes 'Sooner' Rather Than Later

The news of Caleb Williams' transfer [https://247sports.com/Article/Caleb-Williams-transfer-Oklahoma-QB-officially-enters-portal-scholarship-not-canceled-by-Brent-Venables-179909769/] from Oklahoma...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jan 20 2022
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College Basketball: One New Year's Resolution for Every Top Team

College Basketball: One New Year's Resolution for Every Top Team

Another calendar year has concluded, but the 2021-22 college basketball season has only just begun. While still early, we've reached the point where true contenders begin to separate themselves from...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Jan 01 2022
Is Cincinnati the Best Group of Five Team in CFB History?

Is Cincinnati the Best Group of Five Team in CFB History?

When Luke Fickell was first introduced as head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats in 2016, he made several vows to a fanbase that had just endured a miserable 4-8 season. The former Ohio State...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Dec 27 2021
Who Will Win The 2022 College Football Playoff? Matchups And  Predictions

Who Will Win The 2022 College Football Playoff? Matchups And Predictions

And then there were four. This New Year's Eve, the College Football Playoff returns with an enticing pair of matchups: underdog #4 Cincinnati vs. SEC champion #1 Alabama followed by the resurgent...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Dec 26 2021
Envisioning a 12 Team College Football Playoff, Ranked From Least to Most Likely

Envisioning a 12 Team College Football Playoff, Ranked From Least to Most Likely

College football has never been too concerned about parity. For years, the sport has seemed more concerned about protecting the best interests of blue-bloods, even if it means limiting opportunities...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat Nov 27 2021
Men's Basketball: Hot Takes After A Wild Opening Week In CBB

Men's Basketball: Hot Takes After A Wild Opening Week In CBB

It's been a chaotic week of college basketball. In less than seven days of play, we've had an overtime classic, a 37-point masterclass, and jaw-dropping upsets. It's heartburn for coaches, but heaven...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Nov 21 2021
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Four Players Who Improved Their Game Under Coach K

Four Players Who Improved Their Game Under Coach K

College basketball's greatest coach is finally saying goodbye. Over 46 seasons as a Division I head coach, 41 of them at Duke, Mike Krzyzewski has made his mark on the sport like no other. With five...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Nov 03 2021
College Football: Why Desmond Ridder Should Win the Heisman

College Football: Why Desmond Ridder Should Win the Heisman

The unexpected reigns supreme this college football season. Three of last year's playoff teams would miss the playoffs if the season ended today, according to the latest AP polling. The only one to...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Oct 31 2021
Men's Basketball: The Darkhorse Program For Each Major Conference

Men's Basketball: The Darkhorse Program For Each Major Conference

In college basketball, there are no guarantees. Win streaks are broken. #16 seeds can take down #1 seeds (it will happen...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Oct 07 2021
Are the Oregon Ducks (and Pac-12 Football) Back?

Are the Oregon Ducks (and Pac-12 Football) Back?

Every so often, as in once a year, I look through my closet in an attempt to find old clothes that may have been forgotten about. Often, the process simply helps sort out what fits, what doesn't, and...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Sep 22 2021
Tokyo Olympics: The Three Biggest Threats to Team USA Men's Basketball

Tokyo Olympics: The Three Biggest Threats to Team USA Men's Basketball

For the first time since the 2004 debacle in Athens [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtopNCH5-qY], USA Men's Basketball faces real concerns about their place as the world's premier basketball nation....

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Jun 29 2021
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College World Series: Five Players To Watch During Super Regionals

College World Series: Five Players To Watch During Super Regionals

There are just sixteen schools left in this year's mens college baseball bracket, and it is anyones guess as to who will take home the sport's ultimate prize. However, before making an appearance in...

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Jun 11 2021
College Basketball: Five Best Transfers and Recruits of 2021

College Basketball: Five Best Transfers and Recruits of 2021

A crazy season that saw one of the greatest teams in college basketball histor [https://gmtm.com/articles/gonzaga-bulldogs-march-madness-2021]y go down in epic fashion proved just one thing: in the...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jun 07 2021
Does Notre Dame Only Recruit Catholic Athletes?

Does Notre Dame Only Recruit Catholic Athletes?

Few colleges in the nation have the rich history and tradition of Notre Dame. Located in South Bend, Indiana, the university was founded by French-born priest Edward F. Sorin, who sought to build a...

ByBryan Armetta | Sat May 29 2021
Tim Tebow To Jacksonville Jaguars: Analysis and Reaction

Tim Tebow To Jacksonville Jaguars: Analysis and Reaction

After nearly ten years away from the NFL, it appeared that just about everyone inside the league had forgotten about Tim Tebow. Everyone except his former college coach. Last weekend, the...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue May 18 2021
Top 2021 NFL Draft Picks From Smaller Colleges

Top 2021 NFL Draft Picks From Smaller Colleges

Now that the 2021 NFL Draft is in the books, much of the focus will be on how the higher-profile players in this rookie class fit in on their new squads. Collegiate superstars like Trevor Lawrence,...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon May 10 2021
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College Basketball: Is the Big 10 Overrated?

College Basketball: Is the Big 10 Overrated?

Following UCLA's unexpected takedown [https://www.latimes.com/sports/ucla/story/2021-03-31/ucla-victory-michigan-final-four-ncaa-tournament] of the top-seeded Michigan Wolverines, the Big 10 found...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Apr 27 2021
College Football: One Improvement for Every Heisman Favorite QB in 2021

College Football: One Improvement for Every Heisman Favorite QB in 2021

The regular season may be several months away, but college football is in full swing with spring...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Apr 26 2021
College Football: Four Teams Ready To Make a Playoff Push

College Football: Four Teams Ready To Make a Playoff Push

While Alabama fans are still basking in the glory of a triumphant 2021 season, every other school hopes that the coming year will look much different. With the return of out of conference...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Apr 08 2021
College Basketball: Top Ten Cinderella Teams

College Basketball: Top Ten Cinderella Teams

On March 22nd, 2021, Oral Roberts University became just the second #15 seed to reach the Sweet Sixteen in NCAA men's basketball history. While the story of ORU would come to a close against...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Mar 31 2021
College Basketball: Previewing Opening Weekend's Best Games

College Basketball: Previewing Opening Weekend's Best Games

I [http://warrennolan.com/basketball/2021/net] [https://gmtm.com/articles/march-madness-three-mid-majors-who-can-go-far]t's that time again! March Madness returns after a two-year hiatus, and fans...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 29 2021
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College Basketball: Can Gonzaga Be Stopped?

College Basketball: Can Gonzaga Be Stopped?

The rise of Gonzaga under head coach Mark Few is one of the more unexpected ascents to power in the history of collegiate sports. Inheriting a mid-major program with virtually no history and little...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 22 2021
Quantez Poche is a Next-Level Athlete in the Class of '21

Quantez Poche is a Next-Level Athlete in the Class of '21

The term 'athlete [https://gmtm.com/articles/why-do-football-players-list-positions-as-athletes]' is thrown around often when discussing high school and college ballers who can run a nice route or...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Mar 11 2021
March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Go Far

March Madness: Three Mid-Majors Who Can Go Far

It's just about time for the greatest tournament in sports, and all eyes are on the college basketball world as teams shuffle for seeding and the chance to reach the big dance. While upsets are...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Mar 04 2021
FCFL Explained: How Does The Fan-Controlled Football League Work?

FCFL Explained: How Does The Fan-Controlled Football League Work?

After a fun-filled first two weeks [https://www.xflnewshub.com/fan-controlled-football/fcf-week-2-recap-and-new-rules/] , the FCFL has drawn the attention of numerous football fans across the...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Mar 01 2021
March Madness: Three Top Teams In Danger of Being Upset

March Madness: Three Top Teams In Danger of Being Upset

We are just weeks away from the most exciting event in sports: the NCAA March Madness Tournament. After an abrupt cancellation to last year's edition due to the sudden emergence of the COVID-19...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Feb 22 2021
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What Is the FCF and Why Should We Watch?

What Is the FCF and Why Should We Watch?

For fans desperate for some football action now that the NFL and college seasons are over, the first week of the Fan Controlled Football League [https://www.fcf.io/] was certainly a welcome surprise....

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Feb 22 2021
NFL Quarterbacks Who Made Major Improvements in Year Two

NFL Quarterbacks Who Made Major Improvements in Year Two

The 'second year leap' has become a familiar mantra amongst hopeful fanbases banking on improvement from their rookie quarterbacks. While there isn't any exact science behind this phenomenon, it has...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Feb 16 2021
Will Ex-Lions QB Matthew Stafford Be Los Angeles' Missing Piece?

Will Ex-Lions QB Matthew Stafford Be Los Angeles' Missing Piece?

45,000 career passing yards. Nearly 300 touchdowns. 63% completion percentage. Number one overall pick. Pro Bowler. None of that matters now for Matthew...

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Feb 11 2021
College Football's Greatest Dynasties of the Last 50 Years

College Football's Greatest Dynasties of the Last 50 Years

When you think of dominance in sports, nothing comes to mind quite like a dynasty. Unlike a single game or season, excellence carried across multiple years represents the pinnacle of competition....

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Feb 10 2021
Out of Conference Games We're Looking Forward to in 2021

Out of Conference Games We're Looking Forward to in 2021

The 2020 NCAA College Football season was a hectic, crazy, and ultimately anti-climactic [https://www.espn.com/college-football/recap?gameId=401240174] thrill ride. While it was nice to have...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Feb 09 2021
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Five Walk-Ons Who Went To The Pro Bowl

Five Walk-Ons Who Went To The Pro Bowl

Making it to the National Football League is a feat of its own for college athletes; just under 2% of NCAA football players are drafted by...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Feb 03 2021
Best Teams to Miss the Final Four in March Madness History

Best Teams to Miss the Final Four in March Madness History

The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is perhaps the most exciting playoff structure in sports. 64 teams from across the country engage in a do-or-die system that captivates and enthralls players,...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jan 25 2021
2010-15: Seven Top Football Recruits Who Didn't Pan Out

2010-15: Seven Top Football Recruits Who Didn't Pan Out

Every year, powerhouse college football programs compete not only on the field, but across the country, scrambling to acquire high-end high school talent. Over time, the ability to recruit has become...

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Jan 22 2021
The Four Best Non-Power 5 Quarterback Factories

The Four Best Non-Power 5 Quarterback Factories

A ton goes into developing a quarterback at the collegiate level. On top of preparing your starter to win games, the importance of giving him the tools to succeed in the NFL can't go unmentioned....

ByBryan Armetta | Thu Jan 21 2021
William Wells Is An Ultra-Athletic Playmaker On the Outside

William Wells Is An Ultra-Athletic Playmaker On the Outside

It's no secret that football has become a passing-friendly game. Instead of dominating the trenches and playing physical, offenses in college and the NFL now focus on airing it out to elite receivers...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Jan 19 2021
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Jordan Palmer on Why Josh Allen Should Be MVP

Jordan Palmer on Why Josh Allen Should Be MVP

Last year, few would have considered Josh Allen a top-ten quarterback, let alone someone in the middle of the MVP discussion. The Buffalo Bills signal caller struggled with accuracy and decision...

ByBryan Armetta | Fri Jan 15 2021
Recruiting Tip: Benefits of Listing Your Position as "Athlete"

Recruiting Tip: Benefits of Listing Your Position as "Athlete"

The position you play is crucial to how a college football program views their long-term viability. Whether it comes down to their scheme or current depth at a position, college football coaches and...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Jan 06 2021
Who Put All the "Power" in College Football's Power 5?

Who Put All the "Power" in College Football's Power 5?

In 1984, George Orwell wrote that "nobody ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it." For the schools that make up college football's core conferences, that statement has always rung...

ByBryan Armetta | Mon Jan 04 2021
Eight Hall of Famers Who Attended Junior Colleges

Eight Hall of Famers Who Attended Junior Colleges

While most NFL stars are plucked from the FBS ranks, the path to stardom is different for everyone. Spending a year or two at junior college has often paid dividends for numerous athletes, as factors...

ByBryan Armetta | Wed Dec 30 2020
Does BYU Only Recruit Mormon Athletes?

Does BYU Only Recruit Mormon Athletes?

Brigham Young University started out in 1875, located in the town of Provo, Utah. Named after its founder and the leader of the Mormon Church, the school has become the most famous Latter-Day Saints...

ByBryan Armetta | Tue Dec 22 2020
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CFB Playoff: What The FBS Could Learn From Lower Divisions

CFB Playoff: What The FBS Could Learn From Lower Divisions

Since it was created in 2014, the College Football Playoff has been a source of both excitement and anxiety for the vast majority of NCAA’s Division I FBS programs. Despite the enthusiasm and endless...

ByBryan Armetta | Sun Dec 20 2020