2016 Record: 10-3, 6-3 in Conference Key Wins: USC Key Losses: Washington, Washington State, Colorado Death, taxes, and Stanford Football: these have been universal constants for the last seven years. 2016 was considered a down year by the Cardinal’s standards … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Stanford
2016 Record: 4-8, 3-6 in Conference Key Wins: Oregon Key Losses: Minnesota, Colorado Rivalries define the sport of college football; it is a large reason why I love it so much more than any other sport. Rivalries can define a … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Oregon State
2016 Record: 4-8, 2-7 in Conference Key Wins: Utah Key Losses: Colorado, Washington State, Washington, Oregon State Full disclosure: I’m an Oregon fan. In the 2014-2015 season, the Ducks were set to appear in their second National Championship appearance in … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Oregon
2016 Record: 10-4, 8-1 in Conference Key Wins: Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, Washington State, Utah Key Losses: USC The 2016 season was nothing short of a wild success for the Buffs. Mike McIntyre, the head coach, literally doubled his win total … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Colorado
2016 Record 5-7, 3-6 in Conference Key Wins: Texas, Utah, Oregon, UCLA Key Losses: San Diego State In January, I wrote a piece about Cal firing Sonny Dykes with terrible timing. It came out that Dykes was inquiring about other … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: California
2016 Record 5-7, 2-7 in Conference Key Wins: UCLA, Texas Tech Key Losses: Arizona Saturday, October 15th, 2016: Arizona State sits at 5-1 with two wins … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Arizona State
2016 Record 3-9, 1-8 in Conference Key Wins: Arizona State Key Losses: None In 2014, Rich Rodriguez had a successful Year 3, typically a temperature-taking year as far as college football coaches go. The Wildcats topped out at #8 in … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Arizona
Cutting to the chase, I’m going to list the picks and my thoughts. 1. Cleveland Browns – Myles Garrett – DE – TAMU No brainer here. While there was no true #1 player, the consensus was Garrett. B+ grade for … Continue reading NFL Draft Day One
Tonight is the NFL Draft and I am very excited. I am looking forward to seeing some of my favorite players from college move on to the next part of their careers. I am looking forward to seeing who the … Continue reading We Love a Good Quarterback Story
The lifeblood of college football revolves around middle-aged men convincing 17 year-old kids to join their team; we just happen to call it recruitment. The biggest recruiting holiday of the year, National Signing Day, happened a couple weeks ago. Nearly every player in the Top 100 signs their letters of intent (essentially, their pledges) on this day and people can understand how the recruiting classes will look.
Let’s take a look at the Pac-12 North in inverse rankings (according to 247.com composite rankings).