10 bold predictions for the 2014 college football season

August 21, 2014 | By: Dustin Schutte

With just a few days until the opening kickoff of a new college football season, it’s time to think about what will happen in 2014. Most experts have made conference predictions, listed Heisman Trophy favorites and made College Football Playoff predictions for this year. While those may be some of the more interesting conversations, there are still a few other areas of the sport to discuss and predict.

Brady Aiken advisor criticizes Houston Astros, MLB

July 15, 2014 | By: Ryan Phillips

San Diego prep lefty Brady Aiken made history when the Houston Astros made him the first high school pitcher taken with the No. 1 pick in the MLB Draft since 1991. It was a huge day for the 17-year-old who had become the consensus top player in the 2014 MLB Draft class. But now with time running out for him to sign a contract with the Astros, issues are popping up in the negotiations.

College Football 2013: Teams with the most to gain, lose

July 18, 2013 | By: Dustin Schutte

With the college football season less than two months away, the anticipation for the new year is starting to loom over the college football world. While we wait for opening kickoff on August 29th, let’s take a look at the teams with the most to gain and the most to lose in the 2013 season.

Is Los Angeles currently the “worst” sports city in America?

June 10, 2013 | By: AJ Kaufman

To be clear and fair, by “worst,” I mean the most disappointing, considering cities like Atlanta, Miami, Tampa and Charlotte have abysmal pro sports fans, and there are many places (New York, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, et al.) totally uninterested in collegiate sports.  But what city currently has more disappointing sports teams, despite high payrolls and lofty expectations, than […]