Category Archive: College Football

Apr 21

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Rounds 1-3

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Time is ticking down on the 2015 NFL Draft. We have updated our three round mock draft with double digit changes. Below there is a taste… 1.5 Washington Redskins Leonard Williams, DL, USC 2.20 Philadelphia Eagles Laken Tomlinson, G, Duke 2.25 Carolina Panthers Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska 3.7 Chicago Bears Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA Round …

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Apr 13

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Three Rounds

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Of all the NFL Draft seasons that I have been doing a Mock Draft, this could be the latest that it has ever expanded to three rounds. Normally the third round is coming together around the time the scouting combine wraps up. A little late, may not be better than never…but it is here. It …

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Apr 04

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Three Rounds

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Of all the NFL Draft seasons that I have been doing a Mock Draft, this could be the latest that it has ever expanded to three rounds. Normally the third round is coming together around the time the scouting combine wraps up. A little late, may not be better than never…but it is here. It …

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Apr 04

Member Spotlight of the Month — NDSMC78

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*NDSMC78, thank you SO much for doing this interview! I could not find that we had ever done one on you!! You and I have several things in common… I, too, nearly never watch TV…(I only keep the TV for football season). I could also eat pasta nearly every day…as long as there was pizza …

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Mar 18

Jeff Pearlman: My life as a college newspaper editor

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I didn’t play lacrosse and I had no muscles. So why was I cocky enough to pose like this? Last night, while jumping around the information superhighway, I realized that The Review, my college newspaper, has most of its archives online. I proceeded to spend the next, oh, two hours digging in. The experience brought …

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Mar 06

The Sports Bank.net: Brian Kelly thinks an earlier signing day is inevitable

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Brian Kelly appeared at the opening of the Under Armour brand house on Michigan Avenue in Chicago last night, and spoke with the media members for a few minutes. Notre Dame is of course is a UA school now and a handful of Athletic Department members, including Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick made the trip. Kelly …

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Jan 02

The Sports Bank.net: SEC football crashing out at “SEC Speed” this bowl season

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Everyone is piling on SEC football right now. Before we join in, let’s take a moment to remind everyone how/why we got here. SEC football is exceptional. With it comes SEC football exceptionalism; and it’s something that the SEC football communities love to remind you of. This will be the first time since 2005 that …

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Dec 27

Hackenberg leads Penn State to overtime win over Boston College in Pinstripe Bowl

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It’s only fitting that a bowl game in Yankee Stadium ended with a walk-off in extra innings. Christian Hackenberg engineered a fourth-quarter comeback, his third this season and the fifth of his career, to lead Penn State past Boston College 31-30 in overtime in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. In a game that saw each team’s quarterbacks trade …

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Dec 27

Alabama arrives in New Orleans for Sugar Bowl

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After holding the second of two on-campus practices following the Christmas break, the University of Alabama football team arrived in New Orleans on Saturday afternoon for next week’s Sugar Bowl. Alabama’s plane touched down at approximately 4:45 p.m., about 20 minutes after Ohio State’s landed. Injured running back Kenyan Drake immediately tweeted: “Plane just landed …

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Dec 06

Oregon rolls over Arizona to win Pac-12 title

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The College Football Playoff has its first ever participant, and about the only question is whether it will wind up the No. 1 seed overall. Oregon (12-1) won’t officially be given a spot in the inaugural four-team postseason event until the field is announced at 12:45 p.m. ET Sunday, but after …

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