For a long stretch of time it felt as though every few years an NCAA university football program was caught abusing the rules and manipulating the system. These days it seems that not a single month goes by without hearing allegations of cheating by a major national football power
It's the off-season for NCAA football - you know, that minute of time between National Signing Day and Spring Training - whereby the NCAA rules committee comes together for their annual meeting of the minds to determine if any changes to the existing rules should be made. With all of the media reports concerning player safety in mind, the committee has released 10 proposed changes for the 2013-14 season:
Laremy Tunsil, the nation's top-rated prep offensive lineman, announced Wednesday that he would play at Mississippi. A 6-foot-6, 295-pound senior at Columbia High School in Lake City, Fla., Tunsil helped his team to an 11-2 record in 2012.
This past year Texas A&M chose to join a new conference in the SEC which means they do not play the University of Texas (t-sips as we like to call them) any longer. This seems to have upset some folks, to the point that they have put a bill into motion for it to become a law that the two teams have to play each other. Should our legislators be using their time and office to write laws about college football games?
Ohio State senior defensive back Orhian Johnson is no stranger to the spotlight. As a three-year player on defense and special teams for the perennially ranked Buckeyes, the 6’3”, 211-pound Johnson has the tools and raw talent to be a contributor for an NFL team
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