Last year’s NFL season was filled with great, young talent. The youth that the NFL shows us now is a more fun and fast-paced game, drawing in more viewers than ever before, especially from the United Kingdom. The rookies put on quite a show for us football fans last year, but who can keep it going for their second year?
The New Orleans Saints had a bevy of young talent, including the Defensive and Offensive Rookie of the Year, Marshon Lattimore and Alvin Kamara, respectively. Read Full Article Here!
Sophomore Jalen Green is the top ranked player at his position in his state and is second overall in the country. Standing at 6’5”, Green is one of the bigger high school shooting guards whose prolific scoring capabilities are making people draw likenesses to Kobe Bryant. On his ESPN recruiting profile it states that “Green is a scoring and playmaking guard who is only just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. Read Full Article Here!
It was same old same old in college football this past season. Alabama won the National Championship. A year after getting shocked by Clemson in the national title game, the Tide got revenge on the Tigers and won a thrilling national championship game against Georgia. Now Alabama has the familiar task of defending their title. This is always a challenge for any team, but it will be especially hard for Bama this year. Read Full Article Here!
Loyola has marched on a familiar path en route to their first Final Four appearance since 1963. With a 28-5 record, including 15-3 in conference play, the Ramblers breezed through both the regular season and the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. In the Big Dance, however, Loyola has embraced life on the edge. Read Full Article Here!