Tuscaloosa, AL — For some reason, Deshaun Watson thought it was a good idea to show up at the Tuscaloosa bar Innisfree to just hang out, as though that wouldn’t draw negative attention. Luckily, the situation didn’t get out of hand and Watson left without getting into a physical altercation, but the simple act of showing up was clearly an unnecessary risk. Perhaps there was a perfectly valid … Continue reading Bama bar boots Watson
Madison, WI — There’s a short list of states that consistently produce some of the best players in the country. Year in and year out – talent hubs like Texas essentially serve as incubators for tomorrow’s stars, making the Lone star state a popular travel destination for the nation’s top programs and Wisconsin is no exception. This past recruiting cycle the Badgers scored several key commitments … Continue reading Badgers go deep in Texas
Fort Lauderdale, FL– St.Thomas Aquinas has two purebred defensive backs that don’t just play like their dads, they’re even named after them. Most teams would be lucky to have one child of an NFL player on their roster, but the Raiders have two and Asante Samuel Jr. and Al Blades Jr. are both prime examples of what playmaking pedigree looks like. Pictured below: Asante Samuel Jr. … Continue reading South Florida’s baller bloodlines
TCU quarterback Shawn Robinson interview Continue reading Patterson’s next playmaker
Clemson, SC — These are exciting times for Clemson, but even if the Tigers manage to win their first national championship since 1981 they’re still losing a lot of their best players to the NFL draft. This is just one of the harsh realities of college football and nearly every team that competes for a national title game has to deal with it. In Clemson’s … Continue reading It’s almost Tee time for the Tigers
Dallas, TX — With the season over and signing day approaching, DJ Green has to make a decision – stay home in Dallas and play defensive back for SMU or leave for New Mexico and play running back. Most recruits don’t have these types of options on the table, but then again DJ isn’t like most recruits. In addition to playing on both sides of … Continue reading Will DJ leave Dallas for the desert?
Texas — Everything is bigger in Texas and UT’s football budget is no exception, however the big bucks breed big expectations – the type of expectations that can turn a thrown into a hot seat in a matter of weeks. Money is no object in Austin when it comes to football but then again money isn’t the metric used for determining their return on investment. … Continue reading The Texas state of mind