My College Football Top 25

By Kellan King Alabama This one is self explanatory, Alabama has looked good all season, and I believe the close win against Florida was a reflection of how good Florida is, not that theres something wrong with Alabama. Georgia Georgia beat Clemson, and that win doesn’t look as good now, but its still a greatContinue reading “My College Football Top 25”

Pac 12 Football Power Rankings

By Kellan King USC This may be a surprising number 1 given USC is ranked below Oregon, but I think its warranted. The Trojans beat a good San Jose State team by 23, and have the best QB in the Pac 12. As long as they can get some production from the other skill positionContinue reading “Pac 12 Football Power Rankings”

BC Eagles Offense Expected to Improve in 2021

By Grant Flood Boston College Eagles QB, Phil Jurkovec was one of the biggest surprises in the ACC last season after transferring from Notre Dame for his second Sophomore season. He played in 10 games throwing for 2,558 yards, 17 touchdowns, 5 interceptions, 205 completions for a 61% completion rating along with 77 rushes forContinue reading “BC Eagles Offense Expected to Improve in 2021”

UCLA Team Breakdown

By Kellan King With college football season just getting into the swing of things, lets go over one the more intriguing teams for the 2021 season, the UCLA Bruins. Reasons to Buy Currently on the SimBull market, UCLA is at $41.09, 31st on the market. Last weekend, the clobbered Hawaii, 44-10. They had good performancesContinue reading “UCLA Team Breakdown”

2021-22: Last Chance for Jimmy Garoppolo to Prove Himself with the 49ers

By: Grant Flood The San Francisco 49ers coming fresh off a Super Bowl LIV appearance did not meet expectations in the 2020-21 season, this was mainly because of the injury bug spread across the team attacking QB, Jimmy Garoppolo not once but twice, RB, Raheem Mostert, TE, George Kittle, and DE, Nick Bosa. San FranciscoContinue reading “2021-22: Last Chance for Jimmy Garoppolo to Prove Himself with the 49ers”

NL Central Outlook After All-Star Break

By Grant Flood The National League Central has been one of the most unpredictable divisions in baseball this year with four of the five teams potentially finishing above .500 come the end of the season. We’ve witnessed the Brewers on an eye-catching 11 game winning streak, the Cubs with a sluggish 11 game losing streak,Continue reading “NL Central Outlook After All-Star Break”

N’Keal Harry Drops Another Ball by Requesting a Trade

By Grant Flood On July 6th, it was reported by Patriots insider, Mike Reiss, WR, N’Keal Harry was “not a lock” for the Patriots’ 53 man roster heading into the 2021-22 season. No surprise there. The 32 overall pick in the 2019 Draft was disgruntled about the news so much he requested a trade hoursContinue reading “N’Keal Harry Drops Another Ball by Requesting a Trade”