August 3, 2021


SEC Pods Revealed?

Ever since the news broke, almost two weeks ago, there has been discussion on how adding Texas and OU would mix up the SEC. There are only a couple options when adding new teams to a conference, divisions or the new pod system. Divisions everybody knows about. You either have an East and West or

The Greatest Football Coach You’ve Never Heard Of: Vernon “Skip” McCain

If you were told that a coach, in 16 years, lead his team to six undefeated seasons, including four in which they were unbeaten and untied. Also, that this same coach had an .816 winning percentage which is the 28th highest in college football history, higher than: ‘Bear’ Bryant, Woody Hayes and Joe Paterno, not

Massive SEC Update With Some Additional Recruiting News

The two newest members of the South Eastern Conference will be The University of Texas at Austin and The University of Oklahoma. SEC Presidents and Chancellors voted 14-0 this afternoon to invite Texas and OU to join the SEC. If you’ve read my last couple articles this comes as no surprise to you. You would

SEC Timeline for Texas and Oklahoma

Tuesday morning Texas and OU officials sent a joint statement to the Big 12 stating… This was not a surprise because of the many sources who said such statement would be released early this week. What was a surprise (kind of) was shortly after releasing the above statement Texas and OU sent a joint letter

How Does Texas Stack Up in the SEC?

With Texas and Oklahoma officially sending a letter to the Big 12 today, informing them that they will not renew their grant of rights after the 2025 season, Texas and Oklahoma are officially moving forward with making a transition into the SEC. @tmfduece released an article talking about when Texas might actually make the move,

SEC Bound Sooner Than You Think

July 21st was turned upside down when Brent Zwerneman tweeted out, “Houston Chronicle exclusive: Texas, Oklahoma reach out to SEC about joining conference”. Since that moment, Wednesday afternoon, Twitter has been on fire with excitement from the OU and Texas fanbases; as well as depression and alcoholic behavior from the Texas A&M fanbase. The news

Just how good can Braxton Burmeister be?

Throughout my four years at Virginia Tech, the quarterback room may be best summed up by the words “unfulfilled potential.” For Josh Jackson and Hendon Hooker, injuries slowed down promising starts to their Hokie careers. For Ryan Willis and Quincy Patterson, it was a lack of development over the course of multiple seasons that caused

Recalibrating Expectations for IU Football

2020 was a weird year.  I don’t think I need to quote any sources or take any polls to say that.  Quarantine, months away from seeing loved ones, wondering if that sniffle is just a cold or something far worse.  We all had our lives altered and were forced to view things just a little

Trill Williams: Miami’s Next Project

The next undrafted player hoping to make his mark on the league is former Syracuse defensive back Trill Williams. Having been cut by the Saints a mere six days after signing following a failed physical, Chris Grier swooped in claiming him off waivers and in doing so acquired one of the most sought after undrafted free agents in the 2021 class.

Summer Scouting Report: Dohnovan West

Going into his Freshman year at ASU Dohnovan West had never played Center before, but when Starting Center Cade Cote broke his foot less than a week before the Sun Devils 2019 Season Opener, Dohnovan was forced into the starting lineup. Dohnovan humbly admits he didn’t play very well in his first action, but he’s

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