Yesterday, the college football world received some shocking news from the campus of the University of South Carolina, as the winningest coach in Gamecocks history, Steve Spurrier, announced he was resigning effective immediately. His decision to abruptly resign in the middle of a 2-4 season sent shock waves throughout South Carolina on Monday night. But, when you think about it, it was classic Spurrier, as he went out on his own terms.
[caption id="attachment_28599" align="alignnone" width="400"] Kevin C. Cox - Getty Images[/caption] With the departure of two of the Southeastern Conference’s most popular players to the NFL, Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) and Jadeveon Clowney (South Carolina), the conference is on its way to a new identity for the 2014-2015 season. Many other familiar faces will also be gone from amongst the teams, such as A.J. McCarron (Alabama), Aaron Murray (Georgia), and Mike Evans (Texas A&M), to name a
[caption id="attachment_25579" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image courtesy of isportsweb.com[/caption] With the 2014 NFL Draft 12 days away, this may be one of the deepest drafts in recent memory at the wide receiver position. With a draft class already headlined by Sammy Watkins, Mike Evans, Brandin Cooks, Marquise Lee and Odell Backham Jr. Teams can find either a potential number one receiver or land a solid number two in later rounds.
COLUMBUS – Despite losing Heisman Trophy hopeful in Braxton Miller in a 42-7 blowout over the San Diego State Aztecs, the Ohio State Buckeyes may have won on the field, but lost off of it in the polls. The Buckeyes (2-0) dropped to No.4 in the AP Poll and No.3 in the USA after initially being ranked second at the start of the season. While many can attribute this to
Welcome to the first-ever Inscriber : Digital Magazine Top Ten college football rankings. In this new series, various writers from the Inscriber will offer their own individual rankings on which teams are the top ten in the country. That being said, here are my top ten teams in college football. #1 Alabama- Despite losing key players to the NFL, the Crimson Tide will be poised to claim their 3rd national
MIAMI GARDENS -- Dynasty is a word that has been thrown around in the aftermath of an Alabama Crimson Tide beat down of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Tide ran over, around, and through a Notre Dame defense that had very little answers to a fantastic game-plan by Tide offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier. Alabama became just the second team in college football history to win three national titles in