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5 Things College Football And The NFL Should Both Change Together

The Super Bowl is done. No more high-profile football games until late August. You’ve read about how the NFL can become more like college football. You’ve read about how college football should become more like the NFL. What about the ways in which both versions of this sport can improve at the same time? Here are five shared solutions for both the NFL and the college game,...
Via Bloguin Best
February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

5 Things College Football And The NFL Should Both Change Together

The Super Bowl is done. No more high-profile football games until late August. You’ve read about how the NFL can become more like college football. You’ve read about how college football should become more like the NFL. What about the ways in which both versions of this sport can improve at the same time? Here are five shared solutions for both the NFL and the college game,...
Via The Student Section
February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

College Football Rules In Focus: The Run-Pass Inconsistency

As you prepare for the new college football season, consider the ways in which college football’s rules reveal substantial inconsistencies between and among certain kinds of plays. We’re going to take a look at a few such inconsistencies this week, beginning with the noticeable split between the ways in which run-based possession and pass-based possession are treated in the end...
Via The Student Section
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

College Football Rules In Focus: The Run-Pass Inconsistency

As you prepare for the new college football season, consider the ways in which college football’s rules reveal substantial inconsistencies between and among certain kinds of plays. We’re going to take a look at a few such inconsistencies this week, beginning with the noticeable split between the ways in which run-based possession and pass-based possession are treated in the end...
Via Bloguin Best
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Jets Time Capsule: 1978 Season

Today, in the second installment of a six-part series looking back on the Walt Michaels era, we’ll explore the Jets’ 1978 season. (’77 Season) Under first-year Head Coach Walt Michaels in 1977, the Jets labored to a disappointing 3-11 finish for the third consecutive season. Sophomore QB Richard Todd got off to a good start, but he went down with a knee injury in week eight...
Via One Jet At A Time
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

New England Patriots draft preview: Wide receiver

Randy Moss. Wes Welker. Donte Stallworth. Jabar Gaffney. The 2007 Patriots wide receiver corps was stacked. Not since that undefeated season has the team enjoyed such raw talent (and subsequent success) at the position. Last season the team came close to a complete overhaul at wideout. Out with Welker, Brandon Lloyd, and Deion Branch. In with Danny Amendola, Aaron Dobson, and Kenbrell...
Via cover32 - Patriots
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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