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Is Lamar Jackson a Potential Heisman Repeat Winner?

There hasn’t been a Heisman Trophy repeat winner since 1975. For you Millennials, that’s a long time ago, so long ago in fact, that it’s before cable TV was invented. You know, that cable TV that they’re seemingly cutting out of their lives going forward. But, I digress. The history of no repeat winner is […]

John Harris on the LSU Spring Game: Canada’s Offense is No Joke

Mother nature might have played as big a role as any player or coach on Saturday in Baton Rouge for LSU’s annual spring game. Before the storm hit, though, the purple and gold assemblage got a chance to see what SEC defenses will learn in due time. Matt Canada’s offense is no joke. Shift, motions, […]

LOCAL FOOTBALL COMMUNITY TAKES A STAND WITH DEPELCHIN AGAINST CHILD ABUSE IN HARRIS COUNTY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WHAT:           University of Houston football team players and Rice University football team players along with the Texas Bowl Executive Board will join DePelchin Children’s Center Tuesday morning in tying blue ribbons for the 5,812 victims of child abuse in Harris County in 2016. According to the Texas Department of Family and Protective […]

John Harris on the 2017 BYU Spring Game

The BYU Cougars are coming off of a 9-4 record and a five game winning streak to close 2016. In fact, the only loss in a nine game closing stretch was a one point loss to Boise State on the blue turf up in Idaho. As the Cougars enter 2017, though, there are plenty of […]

2017 Heisman Trophy Race: Odds for Top Heisman Candidates

By: Jim Oxley, HERO Sports @jrox12 (View Article) It’s the middle of NFL Combine and March Madness season right now, but before you know it, college football will be back. As the best former college players are showing off for NFL teams and the best basketball teams are preparing for post-season runs, lets take a look at who […]

John Harris Talks 2017 NFL Scouting Combine

Heading into the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, much of the talk centered around the four potential first round quarterbacks, including Texas Tech star Patrick Mahomes, and top overall pick candidate Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett. The Aggie star’s last game was the Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium and this would be the first time […]

Ten Best Games for College Football Opening Weekend

By: Paul Myerberg , USA TODAY Sports (Read Story) The 2017 college football season won’t be messing around. From the very start, the upcoming season — so far in the distance it takes binoculars to see from damp and miserable February — features high-profile tilts between national powers. Yes, from the very, very start. Week 1 […]

When Does the 2017 College Football Season Start?

By: Beth Maiman, NCAA.com Well, the 2016 football season ended in a pretty thrilling way when Clemson defeated Alabama 35-31 in the College Football Playoff championship thanks to a last-second touchdown. In case you already forgot — Clemson’s quarterback DeShaun Watson found wide receiver and former walk-on Hunter Renforw in the end zone to secure […]

The LSU Tigers Sign a Top Recruit From Texas

He sat at the end of a long line of North Shore Mustangs soon to embark on a college football voyage. His letter jacket was buttoned to the top, more than likely hiding his college choice, while two hats and a burnt orange T-shirt sat in front of him. Long thought to be a cinch […]

All Eyes on the College Football Playoff Committee

The College Football Playoff committee put out its first rankings of the year on Tuesday evening and many throughout the world of college football thought it was a fait accompli. Alabama. Clemson. Michigan. Washington. The only drama many thought was the order of two through four. Would either Michigan or Washington jump Clemson given the […]

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