Is Wisconsin back?

A new era in Wisconsin has arrived. The Badgers added Oklahoma transfer quarterback Nick Evers to the roster on Saturday. Evers was a four-star recruit from Flower Mound High School in Flower Mound, Texas. Luke Fickell was in the market for a quarterback after three-year starter Graham Mertz entered the transfer portal earlier this month. Evers served as a backup to Dillion Gabriel at Oklahoma … Continue reading Is Wisconsin back?

Army-Navy is the most significant game played in College Football.

This weekend, I watched the Army-Navy game, and every year it shows why it’s the most significant game in the history of sports. Throughout history, no game has been more significant than Army-Navy. Army and Navy have one of the oldest rivalries in college football with the Navy leading the series 62-54-7. When I think about this game, I think about the sacrifices people in … Continue reading Army-Navy is the most significant game played in College Football.

Jim Leonhard is not returning to Wisconsin.

As it turns out, Jim Leonhard will not be returning to Wisconsin. Numerous reports over the weekend claimed that Leonhard has decided to come back to Wisconsin as defensive coordinator but those reports weren’t verified by the university or Leonhard himself. This is a massive blow for the Badgers as they have lost seven guys to the transfer portal, and with Leonhard’s departure, that number … Continue reading Jim Leonhard is not returning to Wisconsin.

Armageddon in Columbus: 5 takeaways

Everyone would forgive you for writing Michigan off after the first offensive set for both teams. Ohio State marched down the field and scored with ease; Michigan’s Blake Corum limped to the sideline while JJ McCarthy looked ineffective. Michigan was almost held to single digits rushing in the first half, despite having one of the best rushing attacks in the nation. Last year looked like … Continue reading Armageddon in Columbus: 5 takeaways

Texas is Back, Now More than Ever

AUSTIN, Texas – Is Texas football back?  That is a question that has been asked time and time again amongst college football fans and experts ever since Charlie Strong’s Longhorns defeated Notre Dame in 2016.  However, there has yet to be an answer.  When Tom Herman was hired as the new head coach at Texas after a successful run at Houston, many believed he would … Continue reading Texas is Back, Now More than Ever

SEC v Reality: How the Committee will get it wrong

The first College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday, and they have not aged well. The top ranked Tennessee Volunteers were humbled by Georgia, and Clemson responded to their leapfrog of Michigan to the coveted fourth spot with a humiliating loss to Notre Dame. A loss in the Top Four was to be expected with two teams squaring off, but to have two of the … Continue reading SEC v Reality: How the Committee will get it wrong

Another Week, Another Fight in the Tunnel

Living in Michigan, I am no stranger to the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry. My rivalry started when I was four years old. I walked by a TV and saw Michigan State hosting Michigan and couldn’t understand how a state was playing itself. One of my aunts, a Michigan State grad, tried to explain it to me. She wasn’t successful, which was obvious when I asked if … Continue reading Another Week, Another Fight in the Tunnel

Paul Bunyan Returns to Ann Arbor

The scoreboard does not always tell the whole story, but there were two scoreboards that told the College Football world a lot about Michigan football. The first scoreboard was not at the Big House- it was hundreds of miles away in College Station. Penn State had just battled with Ohio State in what has to be considered a classic. Impossibly, the Nittany Lions took a … Continue reading Paul Bunyan Returns to Ann Arbor

Know Thy Enemy

Kentucky Wildcats vs Tennessee Volunteers The 19th ranked Kentucky Wildcats are hitting the road to take on the 3rd ranked Tennessee Volunteers. Tennessee fresh off an upset of the Alabama Crimson Tide are double digit favorites & many aren’t giving Kentucky any chance to hang with Tennessee. Let’s get to know the Vols & if Kentucky does have a chance. Hendon Hooker Hendon Hooker has … Continue reading Know Thy Enemy