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Meyer Entering the Satellite Camp Fray ... Literally
Meyer will be on FAU's campus running his own satellite camp in mid-June.
Bama has lost its mojo, according to Nick Saban, and he is right.
The Best Teams to Never Win It All
This was a great look back in time with advanced statistics.
Assume the Position 2015: Quarterback
It's back! Iowa's position previews kick off.
NFL Draft Profile: Ameer Abdullah
This was a pretty spiffy page detailing where Ameer stands heading into the draft. To me, Ameer is one of the more intriguing draft selections. Is he big enough, or fast enough, to last in the NFL? The effort and talent are there, and those are the two biggest things a player needs.
Bill talks about luck, Ohio State, and a brand-new 3-4 defense.
The once-Michigan commit is headed to East Lansing, and The Only Colors runs through what kind of commit they have.
Hoosiers Come Away Happy From Spring Ball
To highlight how poor Indiana's receivers were last year, the #2 receiver on the year, Nick Stoner, had 22 catches for 217 yards and 1 touchdown.
There are some exciting new QBs to watch next year - Jacob Coker for Alabama, Jeremy Johnson for Auburn, and Seth Russell for Baylor. Russell hasn't played too much, but he did throw for 438 yards in a half against FCS opponent Northwestern State.
The Eight Great Rivalries We Lost
The last few years have been a rough time for old-fashioned purists, and these are some of the great college rivalries that we don't get to enjoy anymore.
Stewart Mandel stops in Eugene and shares his thoughts.
Boston College faces a potential fall from 7-6, having to replace QB Tyler Murphy (1,184 rushing yards, 1,623 passing yards) and all five guys on the offensive line. I'll enjoy watching what RB Jon Hilliman does, though. He has the chance to replicate Andre Williams' season of 2013 (2,177 rushing yards, 6.1 per carry).
This was a fun list. DeShaun Watson is a deserving #1, and Jabrill comes in at #7. Great catch with Raekwon McMillan, too.
Gerry DiNardo Talks With Paul Chryst
There are a lot of cookie-cutter answers here, but DiNardo also asks Chryst what it's like to work for a guy who has a statue already in Madison.
Cook is the kind of back the NFL wants: great speed, enough power, and excellent hands. Cook's ability to challenge a defense outside the box will keep things pretty easy for FSU's offense.