According to Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas News, the Dallas Cowboys need to focus on improving the quarterback position and should use a high pick in the 2016 NFL Draft on a top level college signal caller. "I suppose I will answer this question a dozen times in chats between now and the end of April. For now -- really before the process has even begun -- let's give them QB Jared Goff...
The Dallas Mavericks face a critical offseason in their immediate future, filled with questions that will impact the team's long-term ability to win a championship.One of them: Should they start over? Blow everything up, let all the free agents go and build through the draft? Here's The Dallas Morning News' Tim Cowlishaw with more:"It's never been a priority in the Cuban-Donnie Nelson...
As mentioned by Tim Cowlishaw of The Dallas Morning News on the Dan Patrick Show earlier this week, the Cowboys seem to be all in for the sweepstakes for Adrian Peterson.Of course this is all speculation as Cowlishaw said that based on moves that the team has made, he thinks is all to take a shot at Peterson.“I think it's a real deal. I think all these signs point to them trying...
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby is one of the most powerful men in college athletics, which is why it's surprising he's been such a shrinking violet when it comes to advocating for his teams in the College Football Playoff. After fully endorsing an ad campaign that touted "One True Champion" beginning at Big 12 media days, Bowlsby is embracing the likely scenario of the league having...
One of the most interesting stories of the week has to be the deal that fell through between Steve Masiello and the University of Southern Florida. USF announced that Masiello would be the school’s next basketball coach on Tuesday before pulling the offer because of some information that was uncovered during a background check. It […]
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