Category: NCAA Football

Kyle Long Didn’t Expect to be Drafted as High as he Was

Monday, April 29th, 2013

The Chicago Bears continue to make a strong push to revamp an offensive line that for years has taken beatings. The latest step in that process came in Round 1 of the NFL draft, with Chicago taking Oregon offensive guard/tackle Kyle Long, who just so happens to be Howie's son ...

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 ...

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 ...

Dion Jordan Not Paying Attention to Mock Drafts; Knows he has to Put on Weight and get Stronger

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Oregon pass-rushing stud Dion Jordan has seen his draft stock skyrocket in recent weeks and months. At one point, he was a borderline first-round pick, but now Jordan is considered to be a top-five selection. He could go to college coach Chip Kelly and the Eagles at No. 4, or ...

Chris Ault Admits He Didn’t Think Colin Kaepernick Was a Special Athlete, Predicts the Pistol isn’t Going Anywhere

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

The read-option, "Pistol" offense has taken the NFL by storm this season, as has one of its top engineers, Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick will surely utilize a lot of option-oriented designs in Sunday's Super Bowl, and the man who implemented that offense for Kaepernick at the University of Nevada will have ...

Darnell Dockett Reiterates that Katherine Webb isn’t his Type, Prefers Girls With “Stab Wounds, Bullet Holes, Been Knocked Up a Few Times”

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is a rare bird. He's owned an alligator, he once took a shower on the Internet and -- most recently -- he "jokingly" asked out AJ McCarron's famously beautiful girlfriend on Twitter. But Dockett insists that Katherine Webb isn't actually his type. Darnell Dockett joined ...

South Bend Tribune’s Eric Hansen Still Trusts Manti Te’o

Friday, January 18th, 2013

As details continue to emerge in the Manti Te'o saga, the one question that many of us continue to ask is how it took this long for the media and the public to discover that Te'o's dead girlfriend was actually a fake. One of the reporters who wrote extensively about ...

AJ McCarron Jokes that Brent Musburger will “Have to Step Back”

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

I don't know what it says about us that AJ McCarron's gorgeous girlfriend was a bigger winner Monday night than McCarron or any of his Alabama teammates, but McCarron isn't about to start complaining that he's receiving more admiration for his ability to land Miss Alabama Katherine Webb than his ...

Trent Richardson Thinks Nick Saban Would Be an “Excellent” NFL Coach but Doubts He’d Return

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Trent Richardson is focused on life with the suddenly red-hot Cleveland Browns right now in the NFL, but he still reveres his coach at Alabama, Nick Saban. Richardson thinks Saban is a "living legend" and can succeed at any level, but he doubts he'll have to face Saban in the ...

Jimbo Fisher On the Realignment Carousel: “It is Getting Kind of Crazy”

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Jimbo Fisher and the Florida State Seminoles are focused solely on Georgia Tech right now, but even Fisher has indicated that he's a little stressed about the uncertainty regarding his program's future. Nobody knows what conference this program will reside in beyond this year, but they might very well leave ...