The Seahawks had lady luck and replacement referees on their side when they won their second of the season, but they come to Charlotte with more than luck on their side. Defense is Seattle’s calling card, and that could put the Panthers to sleep this Sunday.
National Football Post’s Matt Bowen: “Quinton Coples Was The Most Dominant Player At The Senior Bowl”
Mac Attack 1/30/12: National Football Post’s Matt Bowen calls in to talk about the Senior Bowl prospects who should be on the Panthers draft radar, and why Cam Newton has changed the way NFL evaluators look at the quarterback position.
With week seven now in the books, there are a couple of significant changes in my watch list. While the top four positions are the same as last week, there was movement at five and […]
Week five saw several changes in my Heisman hopeful watch list. With another week in the books the list is shaken up again. Here’s a look at my latest top five Heisman hopefuls and the […]
Week three featured a lot of great games for college football fans, and with great games come great individual performances by the Heisman Hopefuls. With week four right around the corner it’s time to look […]
In a weekend of remembrance of the September 11, 2001 tragedies, both college and professional football put on a display of exciting games to keep everyone entertained.
Last week I was on vacation in Las Vegas, Nevada and spent many hours in what is perhaps mans greatest creation, the ultimate man cave known as the ‘Race and Sports Book’. Some even call it Heaven on Earth.
Cue up the Andy Williams classic Christmas song: “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”. We’re nowhere near December 25th; only a few days removed from August 25th, but once again , we are […]
10/1/10 Hour 2 – The Heels and their fans remain on trial, some argue similar to the famous trials of Salem, but I digress. NC State quarterback Russell Wilson joins the show to discuss being […]