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  • By Steven Lassan, 3 weeks 3 days ago

    On college football’s signing day, the term “big recruit” is always tossed around at all 128 FBS programs. That term could be used to describe a recruit that fills a huge need or someone that the program fought hard to hold onto after other schools were looking for a late flip.

    But in BYU’s case, the Cougars officially landed the biggest prospect of signing day. No, seriously.

    Motekiai Langi was announced by BYU as a 6-foot-7 and 410-pound offensive or defensive lineman.


  • By Steven Lassan, 3 weeks 3 days ago

    College football’s National Signing Day always brings a few interesting moments from recruits as they decide where to continue their playing career for the next four years.

    Receiver Preston Williams signed with Tennessee on Wednesday and celebrated his announcement with an outstanding fashion statement.

    Check out Williams’ outfit from Signing Day, complete with Tennessee helmet:  



  • By Steven Lassan, 3 weeks 5 days ago

    Running back Ezekiel Elliott was one of the key performers in Ohio State’s run to the college football national championship in 2014. The sophomore rushed for at least 220 yards in each of his final three games and is one of the early favorites to win the 2015 Heisman Trophy.

    And Elliott isn’t going to forget the Buckeyes’ title anytime soon, as the St. Louis native recently had a tattoo added to his left arm that showcases the college football playoff trophy.

    In addition to the championship trophy, Elliott’s tattoo also features the Ohio State Block “O” logo, his number (15) and the Gateway Arch.

    Check out Elliott’s new tattoo:

  • By Steven Lassan, 4 weeks 1 day ago

    New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made some spectacular one-handed receptions as a rookie, and the LSU product recently grabbed 33 one-handed catches in 60 seconds to set a new record. The previous mark in the Guinness World Records was just 10.

    After Beckham’s 33 catches in a minute, you can bet other receivers started to plot on how to break the new record.

    Iowa’s Tevaun Smith (43 catches with the Hawkeyes in 2014) went after Beckham’s record on Friday and broke the mark with 41 in 60 minutes.

    Check out Smith’s 41 one-handed catches:


    Here's Odell Beckham's 33 catches from Super Bowl week:

  • By Steven Lassan, 4 weeks 1 day ago

    College football’s 2015 season is still months away, but it’s never too early to think about the Heisman frontrunners.

    Bovada is keeping the offseason chatter alive by releasing early 2015 Heisman odds, which features Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott as a 6/1 favorite, followed by Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott at 7/1.

    There’s a few interesting odds in the first release, as Georgia running back Nick Chubb (12/1) is the same as UCLA running back Paul Perkins (12/1). And all three Ohio State quarterbacks – Cardale Jones (14/1), J.T. Barrett (16/1) and Braxton Miler (18/1) are in the first release.

    Some names to watch: Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson (33/1), Florida State running back Dalvin Cook (33/1) and Oregon running back Royce Freeman (25/1).


    Early 2015 Heisman Odds from Bovada
    Player/Position/TeamEarly 2015 Odds
    Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State6/1
    Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State7/1
    Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU7/1
    Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU15/2
    Cody Kessler, QB, USC12/1
    Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia12/1
    Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA12/1
    Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State14/1
    Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama14/1
    Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma14/1
    J.T. Barrett, QB, Ohio State16/1
    Jeremy Johnson, QB, Auburn16/1
    Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State18/1
    Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State20/1
    Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin25/1
    D.J. Foster, RB/WR, Arizona State25/1
    Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon25/1
    Brad Kaaya, QB, Miami33/1
    Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State33/1
    Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson33/1
    James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh33/1
    Justin Thomas, QB, Georgia Tech33/1
    Nick Wilson, RB, Arizona33/1
    Seth Russell, QB, Baylor33/1
    Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State40/1
    Jacoby Brissett, QB, NC State50/1
    Jalen Hurd, RB, Tennessee50/1
    Jared Goff, QB, California50/1
    Marquise Williams, QB, North Carolina50/1
    Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss66/1
    Scooby Wright, LB, Arizona66/1


  • By Steven Lassan, 1 month 18 hours ago

    Wisconsin running back Dare Ogunbowale is slated to see an increase in rushing attempts with Melvin Gordon off to the NFL next season, but the Milwaukee native is grabbing attention this offseason for his kicking ability.


    The Badgers already have a good kicker in Rafael Gaglianone, but Ogunbowale might be a serviceable option based upon this Instagram video, which features the running back kicking a spinning ball through the uprights.

    Check out this awesome trick shot video from Ogunbowale:



    A video posted by Dare Ogunbowale (@dare_o) on

  • By Steven Lassan, 1 month 3 days ago

    Coastal Carolina is one of the nation’s most intriguing programs on the FCS level. The Chanticleers are led by coach Joe Moglia (a former CEO of TD Ameritrade) and will have a new “Teal Green Turf” coming to their stadium in 2015.

    The different colors for turfs are no stranger to college football, as Boise State’s blue turf and Eastern Washington’s red field are two recognizable places for fans.

    Now Coastal Carolina hopes to make an impression with the new field, which is slated to debut in 2015:

  • By Steven Lassan, 1 month 1 week ago

    The early entry deadline for the 2015 NFL Draft has passed, and the 72-hour window for players to remove their name is gone.

    The NFL has released the official list of players declaring for the draft on Monday, as 84 players are set to depart college for the next level.


    These 10 players were granted eligibility for the 2015 NFL Draft since they have graduated:


    Deion Barnes, DE, Penn State

    Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

    Zach D’Orazio, WR, Akron

    Charles Gaines, DB, Louisville

    Dee Hart, RB, Colorado State

    Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA

    Nigel King, WR, Kansas

    Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

    Donovan Smith, T, Penn State

    Tacoi Sumler, WR, Appalachian State


    These 74 players were granted eligibility as underclassmen:

    Nelson Agholor, WR, Southern California

    Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State

    Kwon Alexander, LB, Louisiana State

    Javorius Allen, RB, Southern California

    Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon

    Malcom Brown, DT, Texas

    Alex Carter, DB, Stanford

    B.J. Catalon, RB, Texas Christian

    Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana

    Jalen Collins, DB, Louisiana State

    Landon Collins, DB, Alabama

    Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

    Xavier Cooper, DT, Washington State

    Christian Covington, DT, Rice

    DaVaris Daniels, WR, Notre Dame

    Ronald Darby, DB, Florida State

    Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina

    Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland

    Lorenzo Doss, DB, Tulane

    Mario Edwards, DE, Florida State

    Durell Eskridge, DB, Syracuse

    George Farmer, WR, Southern California

    Max Flores, LB, Northern Colorado

    Ereck Flowers, T, Miami

    Dante Fowler, DE, Florida

    Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan

    Jacoby Glenn, DB, Central Florida

    Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State

    Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin

    Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Missouri

    Deontay Greenberry, WR, Houston

    Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska

    Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

    Chris Hackett, DB, Texas Christian

    Eli Harold, DE, Virginia

    Chris Harper, WR, California

    Braylon Heard, RB, Kentucky

    Gerod Holliman, DB, Louisville

    D.J. Humphries, T, Florida

    Danielle Hunter, DE, Louisiana State

    David Irving, DT, Iowa State

    Jesse James, TE, Penn State

    Duke Johnson, RB, Miami

    Matt Jones, RB, Florida

    Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers

    Ellis McCarthy, DT, UCLA

    Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State

    Patrick Miller, T, Auburn

    Tyler Moore, G, Florida

    Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT, Southern Mississippi

    Andrus Peat, T, Stanford

    Breshad Perriman, WR, Central Florida

    Marcus Peters, DB, Washington

    Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma

    Darius Philon, DT, Arkansas

    Bradley Pinion, P, Clemson

    Jaquel Pitts, WR, Trinity International

    Jeremiah Poutasi, T, Utah

    Darien Rankin, LB, North Carolina

    Shane Ray, DE, Missouri

    Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State

    James Sample, DB, Louisville

    Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts

    Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

    Shaq Thompson, LB, Washington

    Max Valles, LB, Virginia

    Easton Wahlstrom, LS, Arizona State

    Trae Waynes, DB, Michigan State

    Leonard Williams, DE, Southern California

    Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

    P.J. Williams, DB, Florida State

    Trey Williams, RB, Texas A&M

    Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

    T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama 




  • By Steven Lassan, 1 month 2 weeks ago

    The 2014 college football season just ended, but the upcoming 2015 campaign isn’t that far off. Bovada is getting a start on 2015 by releasing early championship odds for next season.


    Ohio State is a favorite to repeat, with TCU and Alabama just behind the Buckeyes in the overall odds.


    Check out Bovada’s early national championship odds for 2015:


    Ohio State: 5/1

    TCU: 15/2

    Alabama: 10/1

    Oregon: 14/1

    Auburn: 16/1

    Baylor: 16/1

    Florida State: 16/1

    LSU: 16/1

    Michigan State: 16/1

    Notre Dame: 20/1

    USC: 20/1

    Oklahoma: 25/1

    Mississippi State: 28/1

    Clemson: 33/1

    Florida: 33/1

    Georgia: 33/1

    Stanford: 33/1

    Texas A&M: 33/1

    UCLA: 33/1

    Wisconsin: 33/1

    Arizona: 40/1

    Arizona State: 40/1

    Boise State: 40/1

    Ole Miss: 40/1

    Arkansas: 50/1

    Georgia Tech: 50/1

    Kansas State: 50/1

    Louisville: 50/1

    Missouri: 50/1

    Nebraska: 50/1

    Oklahoma State: 50/1

    South Carolina: 50/1

    Texas: 50/1

    Tennessee: 66/1

    Miami: 75/1

    Michigan: 75/1

    Penn State: 75/1

    Utah: 75/1

    Washington: 75/1

    West Virginia: 75/1

    BYU: 100/1

    California: 100/1

    Cincinnati: 100/1

    Duke: 100/1

    Iowa: 100/1

    Marshall: 100/1

    Maryland: 100/1

    North Carolina: 100/1

    Oregon State: 100/1

    Pittsburgh: 100/1

    Rutgers: 100/1

    Virginia Tech: 100/1

    Boston College: 200/1

    Northwestern: 200/1

    USF: 200/1

    Texas Tech: 200/1

    UCF: 200/1

  • By Steven Lassan, 2 months 3 days ago

    Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer recently underwent throat surgery and spent the Military Bowl victory against Cincinnati coaching from the press box. The Hokies used a couple of turnovers by the Cincinnati offense, along with 210 rushing yards to earn the victory and post a winning record (7-6.)


    However, Beamer wasn’t limited in his post-game availability, as the 68-year-old coach broke out the dance moves to celebrate the victory.

    Check out Beamer’s post-game dance:

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