2014 NFL Draft Big Board
Feb11

2014 NFL Draft Big Board

  Ladies and gentlemen, it’s NFL Draft season! And as a result, I believe it’s time we start taking a better look at the top prospects in the upcoming draft. Please Note: This is not a mock draft. This is simply a ranking of what I believe to be the top 32 players in the 2014 NFL Draft class. 1. Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina  Clowney is a once-in-a-generation sort of talent, and with his sort of ability, he is...

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My thoughts on the Michael Sam media outburst
Feb10

My thoughts on the Michael Sam media outburst

When NBA player Jason Collins announced that he was gay, the sports world turned upside down. The first ever openly gay professional athlete set the world on fire with his proclamation, and SportsCenter went on and on about the topic.  Now, it’s all happening again. NFL prospect Michael Sam came out as being gay, once again sparking the topic of gay athletes, one that will be covered online and on air 24/7. The All-American...

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NFL Draft Scouting Profiles: Tre Mason
Feb10

NFL Draft Scouting Profiles: Tre Mason

Tre Mason, Auburn’s star running back is running his way right into the NFL. How will he fare against the tougher competition? The Good Mason has great burst, and he can get to the second level of a defense in a hurry. He quickly finds the hole, and he uses his quickness to not only see the hole, but burst through it. Mason also has a proven reputation of excellence, considering he was a Heisman finalist and one of the best...

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Six or Seven Scintillating Sports Tidbits a Week After the Super Blowout
Feb09

Six or Seven Scintillating Sports Tidbits a Week After the Super Blowout

1. Don’t Believe the Score Seattle destroyed Denver; if you are unaware of this I question why you are reading a sports blog. (But not you mom!) I am in the minority of people, but I do not believe Seattle was significantly better than Denver. There were two key moments that ended the game: a. The poor snap and subsequent safety rattled Payton. He was focused and ready to play with a game plan in place. The safety interrupted his...

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The Rise And Fall of Jimmy Clausen
Feb06

The Rise And Fall of Jimmy Clausen

This is the tale of a former top prospect that has seen both his talent and his reputation erode away. Jimmy Clausen, a soon to be ex-Carolina Panther seemingly had everything going for him during his high school days. While playing at Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, California; he was easily the most recognizable face in school. As the quarterback of the football team, Clausen was as good as any prep player in the...

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Richard Sherman 30 for 30 mock documentary is golden
Feb04

Richard Sherman 30 for 30 mock documentary is golden

When it comes to YouTube videos, I’m a bit of a harsh critic. In comedian Frank Caliendo’s ’30 for 30 Mockumentary’, I found myself laughing out loud on multiple occasions. If you’ve somehow never heard of ’30 for 30′, it’s a series of sports documentaries by ESPN Films. Whether it’s focused on Muhammad Ali or Michigan’s Fab Five, ’30 for 30′ delivers captivating...

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