Found January 08, 2012 on Talking Points:
* Straight from this morning’s paper, with a topper… -In some important ways, 49ers vs. Saints in January 2012 reminds me of Stanford vs. Oregon in recent years. The 49ers being Stanford, of course–minus Andrew Luck but with a much faster, stronger defense. The Saints being... Continue reading...

Luck or Griffin III: Predictions On Who Should Be The Number One Draft Pick?

Well its official, college football is nearly done for the season but the talk of it is far from done. The 2012 Draft is not all that far in the distance. In fact its only 4 months away. Its quite a safe prediction to assume that the talk will be non stop between now and then, and not a single day will pass that different ideas wont be thrown around like a writer who is brainstorming...

Andrew Luck Or Robert Griffin III: Who Is The Real Number One?

Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III, who is the real number one?   We all know that the Indianapolis Colts have the first pick of the 2012 NFL draft, the question is not what position they will draft for the question is who they will draft.  Granted as of right now Griffin III has not declared for the NFL draft, but it is hard to believe that he would stay in school after the season...

Report: Colts to select QB Luck first overall

The Indianapolis Colts are reportedly prepared to select quarterback Andrew Luck with the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft.Sources close to the team tell ESPN that the Colts have no intention of passing on the chance to nab luck, even with franchise quarterback Peyton Manning still in the fold.Luck had an outstanding season with Stanford, throwing for more than 3,500...

The Andrew Luck Sweepstakes, Vol. VIII: With a Whimper

At one point early in this past Sunday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Indianapolis Colts defense was backed up on its own one yard line. Third-and-goal from the one, the Jaguars would surely get in. But for once, the Colts D held its ground. For some bizarre reason, the Jags (perhaps thinking points would be at a premium) decided to go for it on fourth down only to get...

College Football 2012: What We've Learned

As the bowl season comes to a close, it’s crazy to think the season is already over.   Kind of sad, really, thinking of Monday’s game, then the NFL playoffs, then all the baseball and basketball we have to endure before hearing the words ‘two-a-days’ or ‘Football Preseason Rankings’.  Until then, I’m making a conscious effort to become a smarter football fan by...

Colts “won’t pass” on Andrew Luck

By all accounts, Indianapolis is fully expected to get Luck-y in April, making the now-former Cardinal a Colt with their top draft choice. Now there’s further confirmation that the highly-touted signal-caller is likely headed to Indy — be it as an understudy or successor. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen believes the Colts “won’t pass” on selecting quarterback Andrew Luck with...

Losing does not mean Sam Houston St. is not Better

In college football that people say matters (playoffs?) but in fact has no meaning to the sports world, #2 North Dakota State upset #1 Sam Houston St. in their first Division I FCS football championship win. Don't tell that to one mysterious Sam Houston St. player because, according to this picture, he is not taking the loss well and may want to show that finger or fist into...

Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler enters NFL draft

Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler has announced that he will forego his senior season and enter the 2012 NFL draft. Osweiler becomes the second quarterback to announce his intentions to leave school with a year of NCAA eligibility remaining, following Stanford’s Andrew Luck. Baylor’s Robert Griffen III is also expected to announce that he’s turning…
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