With the NCAA Tournament Final Four in San Antonio finally kicking off this weekend, here is a preview of the final four teams left in the competition:
1) Kansas Jayhawks: The BIG 12 champions who finished with a regular season record of 31-7 stormed their way into the Final Four with a thrilling 85-81
As exciting as College Football has been for so many years, problems with regards to its playoff system has always been an ongoing issue. No matter what the NCAA does, fans and teams seem to never be satisfied with the committee's decisions. After finally creating a playoff where the best
College sports are some the toughest to try and gain ratings from the general public for multiple reasons. For one thing, it is difficult to pick a favorite college team unless you attend a certain college. On top of that, it is tough to commit to a certain favorite team
January the Florida State Seminoles streak came to an embarrassing end in the 59-20 game against Oregon in the College Football Playoffs. Thanks to another top 5 recruiting class and the transfer of Quarterback Everett Golson FSU keeps the hopes and dreams of another CFP return. To start on this year
We all heard about Kentucky's famed 38-1 season.
We all heard about how Wisconsin ended it, crushed UK's dreams of 40-0, in the Final Four.
Wisconsin went on to play the Duke Blue Devils, where they lost by five points. From the beginning of the season, everyone wanted to see Kentucky VS
Since the introduction of new legislation to the public initially in Indiana but also now more recently in Arkansas, the NCAA has had the public hot on their heels as new protests have demanded that the prestigious Final Four -- the concluding games of the annual March Madness NCAA Tournament
Ann Arbor, Michigan, put your hands together for one of the most energized, fearless, hardworking and competitive coaches in all of football: Jim Harbaugh. To all the Michigan fans, make sure the Big House stadium stays rocking in the 2015 season. It is time for a new era, and I
Am I the only one who's ever thought of this? What's up with college football coaches recruiting the sons of famous NFL players? Do some of these coaches think the sons will be better than their fathers? Is it for the money?
So far, the most recent news that I've heard
Well, it's about time. There is a college football playoff. I was extremely satisfied about how this all worked out because there are just some college football teams out there that are not as good as what they think they are. One team that was a surprise to me was
There are plenty of big named running backs in the big ten. For example you have Melvin Gordon, Ameer Abdullah, Jeremy Langford, and Tevin Coleman. One name that doesn't get tossed around as much is Ohio State's running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Elliott is in his sophomore season at Ohio State, and