NEW YORK (CBS Houston): Quarterback rumored for much of the offseason to be drafted by the Houston Texans #1 overall Johnny Manziel was taken 22nd by the Cleveland Browns . The former Heisman trophy winner […]
NEW YORK (CBS HOUSTON): Adding to the run of Texas A&M Aggies drafted in the first round, Mike Evans was drafted by the the Bucaneers 7th overall in Thursday night’s NFL Draft. The big strong […]
NEW YORK (CBS HOUSTON): Texas A&M Tackle Jake Matthews was selected 6th overall by Falcons. The highly touted lineman was considered either the first or second best OL prospect in this year’s draft. He is also […]
The NFL Draft takes place tonight in New York and Houston Texans fans will be watching to see what players the Texans draft. Meanwhile, Jason Johnson of ESPN’s Draft Academy gives us a preview of what to expect.
Some collegiate teams are accustomed to hearing the names of their players called on NFL Draft Day. The Rice Owls are getting there intimates one particular NFL Network Analyst.
The College Football Today tour takes us to Texas Tech and Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury. With all the speculation surrounding play for pay, unionization, etc., Kingsbury is busy building a solid foundation at his Alma mater.
Texas Head Football Coach Charlie Strong met with the media today while also visiting with the Touchdown Club of Houston. He talks about spring football and tells us a little about what to expect.
The College Football Today Podcast covers star power, College Football Unionization, the many faces of Johnny Manziel, and the Bag Man with WGN’s Dave Eanet and The Eagle’s Robert Cessna.
Dino Babers, the head football coach of Bowling Green University joins B-Straw and Pauly G to talk about the capabilities of his former Eastern Illinois University quarterback, Jimmy Garappolo. Coach Babers states that Garappolo has the fastest release he has ever seen and was extremely accurate during his tenure at Eastern Illinois. Garappolo has exemplified the physical and mental attributes that are sought by NFL teams, but his career of playing against FCS opponents has scouts questioning the level of success at the highest level.
Steven Godfrey from SB-Nation.com joins the guys to talk about the concept of the “Bag Man”. These silent financiers of division I football players have not been quiet enough, as Godfrey investigates their efforts to bring in our nation’s top athletes. In an effort to gain some understanding of this taboo subject, Godfrey approached a few anonymous Bag Men to ask them how their under-the-table “financial” contributions to prospective college football players has helped out their respective programs. The majority of the anonymous patrons that he interviewed were ironically, not financially “well-off” like many of us would expect. Not only are these players getting paid before they arrive on campus, but they continue to receive cash from these bag men through the entirety of their college career.