Wed. Feb 20th, 2019

Jack Hamrick

What Tate Martell’s Transfer Really Means to Miami and Ohio State

Tate Martell was once a very high-profile, big name recruit. Coming out of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, Martell never lost a high school game. Tate originally committed to Washington as an eighth grader, then de-committed, committing to Texas A&M later in his high school career. Finally, Martell flipped his commitment to Ohio State quickly after the Buckeyes gave him an offer. Continue Reading!

Advertisements

Kansas, Gonzaga, and Tennessee Pose the Biggest Threat to Knock off Duke

The Duke Blue Devils were more than impressive in their opener against #2 Kentucky, beating them by 34, and scoring 118 points. Their star freshmen, RJ Barrett, Zion Williamson, Cam Reddish, and Tre Jones, lived up to the hype. No freshmen scaries for this crew, as Barrett had 33, Zion with 28, and Reddish had 22. This Duke team is disgusting, and they play like seasoned veterans. So, can anyone beat the Dukies? Continue Reading!

Look Out, the Saints Just Got Even Better

The New Orleans Saints are the hottest team in football, and right now look unbeatable, coming off a 45-35 win against the only undefeated team in the NFL, the Los Angeles Rams. The Saints are just about unbeatable at home, and proved so again last Sunday. With an improving defense and an electric offense, how could this team get any better? By adding a strong, big, second receiver in Dez Bryant. Continue Reading!

How the Amari Cooper Trade Affected the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys

It’s obvious what the Cowboys are hoping to accomplish with this trade: fill the void of a big, strong, primary receiver created by the absence of Dez Bryant. Cooper started out of the gate in a full sprint, beginning his pro career with two straight 1000 yard seasons. Having two depleted seasons in a row, mostly because of injury, Cooper has flown under the radar. Continue Reading Here!