I think a lot of people can relate to the early morning/late night routine of getting ready for work or winding down the day by turning on a show like
Sportscenter or a college network show. Even if its for a few minutes as a familiar backdrop to your routine, you can relate to “catching up” on what you might have missed in the world of sports. Continue reading “Ep. 12: Mike Yam, Pac-12 Network Studio Host, Give Me A Sense Podcast”
Jahlil Okafor is a standout freshman basketball player for Duke University and a projected top-5 pick in this Summer’s NBA Draft. Future changes to NCAA policy could keep players like him in school for two years or more.
Imagine having a skill set that allows you the opportunity to earn millions of dollars.
You’re one of the few people in the world who can do what you do and it is in incredibly high demand at a high cost. It doesn’t matter the field; it could be medicine, landscaping, plumbing, or pool cleaning. Just know that what you do, no one else can do it at the same level.
Now imagine being told you can’t do it professionally for two or even three years for “social” and “academic” reasons.
Continue reading “NCAA, Conference Commissioners “Solution” To “One And Done” Is A Joke”
Roquan Smith ( four-star, high school football recruit from Macon, Georgia) made the right choice by not signing his Letter of Intent with UCLA after Jeff Ulbrich left the university for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons
I’ve never been one of those people who circle College Football’s National Signing Day on his calendar every year. In fact, when people ask me my thoughts on high school recruits that doesn’t involve
quarterback play I usually refer them here. But something important happened this last signing day that isn’t getting the proper attention (or reaction) it deserves. Continue reading “Why Roquan Smith’s Signing Day Decision May Change NCAA, CFB Recruiting Landscape”
Brother and sister disagree on the winner between FSU and Auburn (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
***I want to apologize for getting this out a little late. My sister had her picks in on time and I, per usual, couldn’t get my act together.***
Happy holidays from
The Locker! I decided to challenge my sister this bowl season to a bowl pick’em. As was well publicized on her site The Lady Sportswriter Continue reading “Sibling Rivalry: First Annual Bowl Pick’em Challenge Among Siblings”
College Football Thursday!
The Lady Sportswriter Kim Nash stops in to re-hash the SEC championship game, what went wrong for Georgia and right for Alabama. We also discuss the BCS bowl games we love and hate, and who should win the Heisman?
Locker Talk: College Football Thursday! 12/06 by Locker Talk | Blog Talk Radio
I’m going to go ahead and throw it out there:
No matter how badly you want to fight it, and don’t agree with it, and downright refuse to acknowledge it, two of the top-5 teams in the country were on display Saturday night in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Continue reading “Alabama Crimson Tide Prove They’re Number One, Oregon Ducks Lack Defense”
College football has their playoff. They also have a huge headache coming in 2014.
For some, this is seen as the answer to all of college football’s problems. It will determine the “true” national champion. All a playoff really does, in the case of the proposed four-team format, is leave the door wide open for a larger debate and personal agendas.
Continue reading “NCAA Football: Why Am I Anti-Playoff in College Football? Don’t Get Me Started!”