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SEC Football Breakout Players for 2015

Which players are poised for a breakout year?
SEC Football Breakout Players for 2015

Projecting college football’s breakout players for any given season is no easy assignment. After all, each person has a different take on what a “breakout player” is, and college football is always home to several new faces throughout the season.

Power Struggles Becoming the Norm for Successful NFL Franchises

Jim Harbaugh, John Fox are only the latest coaches to lose jobs in tug-of-war with ownership
Power Struggles Becoming the Norm for Successful NFL Franchises

Jim Harbaugh posted a 44–19–1 record in four years in San Francisco, never had a losing record and took the 49ers to the NFC Championship Game three times. John Fox went 46–18 in four years in Denver, never had a losing record and took the Broncos to a Super Bowl.

Answering the NFC East's Biggest Questions in 2015

Who will dominate the NFC East headlines this fall?
Answering the NFC East's Biggest Questions in 2015

NFL training camps are opening up all across the nation, signaling the official return of pro football.

 

Athlon Sports is going division by division, asking and (trying to) answering the biggest question for every team in the league entering the 2015 season.

 

Burning Questions as the Denver Broncos Enter Training Camp

With training camp soon, here are some questions the Denver Broncos will need to answer.
Burning Questions as the Denver Broncos Enter Training Camp

The Denver Broncos won the AFC West with ease in 2014, finishing last year ranked in the top five in both total offensive yards and defensive yards allowed. However, they cleaned house over the offseason and brought in a new coaching staff. With great talent and new coaches, will this finally be the year that the Broncos take the next step and win the Super Bowl?

 

Cardale Jones Body Slams Kid Into Pool

Jones was having a little fun this weekend.
Cardale Jones Body Slams Kid Into Pool

With fall practice right around the corner, coaches and players are trying to squeeze in the last bit of free time or vacation before the season begins in force. Even though Ohio State is focused on winning another national championship, there’s still plenty of time for the Buckeyes to relax and get away from the summer heat.

 

Answering the AFC East's Biggest Questions in 2015

Have the Bills, Dolphins or Jets made enough changes this offseason to seriously challenge the Patriots?
Answering the AFC East's Biggest Questions in 2015

NFL training camps are opening up all across the nation, signaling the official return of pro football.

 

Athlon Sports is going division by division, asking and (trying to) answering the biggest question for every team in the league entering the 2015 season.

 

College Football's Top 10 Coaches on the Hot Seat for 2015

Tim Beckman tops the list.
College Football's Top 10 Coaches on the Hot Seat for 2015

College football coaches are always on the hot seat. The pressure to win now is greater than it was 15-20 years ago. With the 24-hour news cycle, social media and message boards, coaches, teams and players are always on the spotlight.

 

USF Unveils New Uniforms and Alternate Jerseys for 2015

The Bulls have an updated look for 2015.
USF Unveils New Uniforms and Alternate Jerseys for 2015

USF is searching for improvement in coach Willie Taggart’s third season, and the Bulls hope their quest for a turnaround is bolstered by some sharp new uniforms for 2015.

 

Some of these designs have been used before, but USF appears to have a new alternate, which features yellow and green stripes on the shoulders (along with bright yellow numbers).

 

Check out USF’s sharp new uniforms for the 2015 season: 

 

Why Baylor Will or Won't Make the College Football Playoff in 2015

Can the Bears reach the playoffs in 2015?
Why Baylor Will or Won't Make the College Football Playoff in 2015

Baylor is a program on the rise under coach Art Briles. The Bears have won at least 10 games in three out of the last four years and just missed out on a playoff appearance last season.

Three Big 12 Programs Will Sink or Swim with New Coordinators

Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Kansas each had to make critical coordinator hires this season
Three Big 12 Programs Will Sink or Swim with New Coordinators

Save for a single program, the Big 12 didn’t budge in the annual offseason coaching carousel. And that’s despite another year of upheaval in the old Southwest: The familiars aren’t as formidable, while two private schools — Baylor and TCU — have leapt up to dominate the league on offense and defense.

 

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