Dr. Kenneth First joined In the Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the new college football rule changes where defenses have a chance to sub in a ten second window to possibly prevent or care for injured players, high school athletes playing year round causing more injuries and youth sports where coaches tell players to throw at the heads of their opponents.
The Texas Bowl has a new title sponsor.
By Adam Hoge- MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — My time at the Senior Bowl is up, but after seeing four practices and having nearly 48 hours to talk to scouts, agents and team representatives, there are […]
By Adam Hoge MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — Senior Bowl veterans will tell you that Day 2 is always cleaner than Day 1. The reality of college all-star games is that players are working with unfamiliar […]
By Adam Hoge- MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — I’ll be spending the early part of this week in Mobile, Ala. where top seniors around the country will gather to impress NFL scouts. By now, you probably […]
By Adam Hoge MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) —The two Senior Bowl practices Monday had a very different feel, and not just because the weather changed. The South team practiced in the early afternoon with the sun […]
Fresh out of the Rose Bowl, Bucky Brooks, analyst for NFL Network and NFL.com, joins SportsRadio610 to give us his perspective on the (unofficial) new head coach for the Texans, Bill O’Brien, and what he will […]
With the BCS’s 15-year rule atop college football about to close, let’s take a look back at the 10 worst head coach hires of the era – and see if we can learn anything from these disasters.
Each bowl game will carry a different storyline with its game, which helps to make each game unique. Colorado State has already served up one of the more unbelievable endings we will be sure to see this bowl season, with a wild rally against Washington State in the New Mexico Bowl. If that was a preview of things to come this bowl season, hang on tight!
College Football Spotlight: Texas And Army Coaching Searches On Different Levels With Same Goal, Restore Pride
Army will never be a dominant force in college football the way Texas can be, but both programs have a special place in college football’s history. Seeing them each reach their expectations is capable if the right coach is brought in.