Sipping Sangria With College Football Futures

Sipping Sangria With College Football Futures

Speculation with a side of Sangria is what is on tap today at America's Bookie's The Brink. ...

Preview: Michigan St vs Duke

Preview: Michigan St vs Duke

When: 6:09 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015 Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana Michigan State is one of ...

NCAA Football News: February 18th, 2015

NCAA Football News: February 18th, 2015

By Knup Mariota claims shoulder “feels fine” Marcus Mariota, who many feel will be one of the top picks ...

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Greg Bryant, Notre Dame running back. will miss the first four games if the season for violating team rules. He will begin on Sept. 5 in the game against Texas. There are several options for new running backs coach Autry Denson as he has Tarean Folson back and two highly sought freshman in Josh Adams and Dexter Williams. Amir Carlisle has some experience and wide receiver C.J. Prosise has worked out for a spot. Players continue to get in trouble as LSU defensive lineman Trey Lealaimatafao got the boot for hitting a women. The 300-lb redshirt freshman also got a citation continue
The Pac-12 wants to do the right thing. Some of the athletic departments in their conference have paid for medical costs of injuries suffered while in school playing football. There is no requirement for that so they are looking forward to implementing this in Pac-12 schools. This will set the precedence for other conferences to pay for cost. The Pac-12 must provide medical expenses for at least 4 years following an athlete’s graduation or separation from the university until he/she turns 26 years old, whichever occurs first. Each school will establish its own policies and procedures to determine who is eligible for the continue
Glad to see that not only do the staffers at the Brink need a break from reality.  A pseudo informational show called Highly Questionable tries to be relevant and tongue in cheek at the same time.  Even with that in mind, they had Herschel Walker in to promote a fight between Ken Shamrock and Kimbo Slice.  How this piece got all the way to Walker playing Russian Roulette more than once is even beyond the power of my imagination.  Sorry for the length of the clip but play it while you sip on your coffee and let it soak on continue
There will be 41 bowl games next season for those that love to watch them all. It’s a nice thing for those in the cold climates to get by the fire and watch a game somewhere like Hawaii or Pasadena. The first bowl will take place on Dec. 19 and the championship will be held in Glendale, Ariz. on Jan. 11th. The semifinal rounds will be on New Years’ Eve at the Orange Bowl in Miami and the Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas. Here is the released list by the Football Bowl Association: Here is the full list of games: COLLEGE FOOTBALL continue
Yankee Stadium will be the scene of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl on Sunday, December 26, 2015. The contest will be televised by ABC for the first time as it previously had been seen on ESPN from 2010-2014. This game will feature the Big Ten and ACC and can also be heard on ESPN radio with 3:30 pm ET for the kickoff. Each year this bowl has increased the attendance and in 2014 it was a record sellout crowd of 49,012that witnessed Penn State defeating Boston College. Here is a quote from the press release: “The New Era Pinstripe Bowl has continue

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