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Sharrif Floyd Talks Oakland and Philadelphia, Says he Didn’t Watch Football Until 2007

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Sharrif Floyd might be a local Philadelphia kid, and he might be a top-five pick tonight in the opening round of the NFL Draft. Despite that, though, Floyd didn't grow up an Eagles fan ... or a football fan at all. Sharrif Floyd joined Anthony Gargano, Glen Macnow, and Ray Didinger ...

Eddie Lacy: “I know if I had more time to prepare then everything would’ve been a lot better than it was”

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

It started with Hesiman Trophy winner Mark Ingram. The came last years 3rd overall pick in the draft, Trent Richardson. This year it was Lacy's time to shine as Alabama's lead running back. That is exactly what he did. The powerful, violent back finished with over 1,300 yards and 17 ...

Marcus Lattimore: Rams, Patriots, Eagles, 49ers “Showing Me a lot of Love”

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Six months after South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore suffered one of the most gruesome injuries of the 2012 college football season, the 21-year-old is ready to be drafted. Where and when, he's not sure, but it certainly won't be with the same fanfare he would have received had he ...

Dee Milliner Isn’t Worried About Injury Concerns, Says He’ll “Prove Them Wrong”

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

The first unofficial "smear campaign" of the 2013 NFL Draft is underway, with Dee Milliner the target. The Alabama cornerback is now being red-flagged (at least in the media) as an injury-prone prospect despite missing only one game during his college career. That's because there are reports that he might not ...

Cordarrelle Patterson Models Himself After Julio Jones, Percy Harvin and Randy Moss

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Cordarrelle Patterson spent only one year at Tennessee, but the dude was such a human highlight reel that he's already become one of the most talked-about potential stars in this year's draft. The wide receiver has been mock drafted by many in the first round, but he expects to make ...

Landry Jones has No Regrets About Staying at Oklahoma All Four Years of his College Career

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Landry Jones was a household name in college football by his sophomore year. Early in his college career Jones was touted as a first-round pick, but over the past two years his stock has dropped. The former Oklahoma quarterback may have hurt himself by staying in school, according to some ...

Kansas State Coach Bill Snyder Thinks College Athletics are in a Bad Place Right Now

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Interviews don't come any more honest than this one. Longtime Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder goes into great depth to discuss what he thinks is wrong with college athletics right now. He goes so far as to say he's grossly overpaid and that he doesn't know if he would've ...

Robert Woods Discusses USC’s Woes and His Future in the NFL

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Things certainly didn't go as expected for USC this past season, and wide receiver Robert Woods says some of the troubles came because the team started forcing things when it fell in the rankings despite winning games. While the season was a disaster, that won't stop Woods from entering the ...

Tyler Wilson on His Draft Stock: “Somewhere Hopefully in the First Three Rounds”

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

At the end of the 2011 season, Tyler Wilson had the look of a future star. Wilson had just led his team to 11 wins and was named first-team All-SEC. The quarterback looked like a future first-round pick in the NFL Draft, but he decided to return to Arkansas for ...

Al Golden Says He is Tempering His Expectations After a Promising Spring Game

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

The history of Miami Hurricanes football is littered with some great players. Guys like Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Warren Sapp and Andre Johnson have all donned the uniform. Recently, the program hasn't lived up to those standards. Al Golden is trying to change that. He is going into his third ...