Why Aaron Murray might be the 2014 Draft's Russell Wilson

This past season was a mixed bag for SEC fans. On the one hand, the conference lost its national championship streak. In fact, the league was (gasp) second to the Pac-12, according to at least one measure. On the other hand, the league produced consistently thrilling games, with a series of high-scoring gems culminating in Auburn's 109-yard missed field goal return against Alabama...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Top 5 Draft Picks Ever – An Expert Opinion

As we get closer and closer to the 2014 NFL draft, people all over the country like to reminisce about times when their favorite team outsmarted all the other dopes in the NFL and did something good. FOR ONCE. The Vikings are usually the dopes getting outsmarted, but every once in a while they charm their way into pure fortune. Take, for instance, 1998 when the Super Freak Randy...
Via Purple Jesus Diaries
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Who is the worst quarterback the Minnesota Vikings have drafted?

Yesterday we looked at the best quarterback the Minnesota Vikings have drafted. Today we make a 180 degree turn and look at the worst. With as many quarterbacks as the Vikings have drafted it is tough to decide the worst. We can go recent past… or distant with guys like Bill Salmon or Mike Wells. We could also try and determine if worst was determined by what round the player...
Via cover32 - Vikings
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Josh Booty talks MLB, NFL, the Knuckler, and Oxygenade

Josh Booty's high school career was legendary. He was the first high school player to throw for 10,000 career yards which includes 126 touchdowns. His 12,105 total career yards (11,700 passing yards and 405 rushing yards) ranks eighth all time.  He was so good at baseball he was drafted by the Florida Marlins (fifth overall 1994). In five minor league seasons he clubbed...
Via The GM's Perspective
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB Network to premiere "The Next Knuckler" starring former quarterbacks

Starting on February 13th at 9 PM, MLB Network will debut their first-ever reality competition series: The Next Knuckler. Five former quarterbacks will be taught how to throw the knuckleball by former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield, with the grand prize of the show being an invitation to Spring Training with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The show will be hosted by Kevin Millar (ugh),...
Via Awful Announcing
February 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie to get shot at pitching for Diamondbacks

Doug Flutie is among five former NCAA quarterbacks looking to earn an invite to the Arizona Diamondbacks spring training.Flutie (Boston College), along with Josh Booty (LSU), his brother John David Booty (USC), David Greene (Georgia), and Ryan Perrilloux (LSU) will compete in a new reality TV show called the "The Next Knuckler" for the right to pitch in a live Major League...
Via Bush League Chronicle
February 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Narbonne Quarterback Troy Williams Commits to Washington Huskies

Harbor City, CA -- College football fans from the Northwest to the Southeast have waited anxiously for Southern California's top quarterback from the Class of 2013 to decide which university he will attend for the next 4 years of his life.  Fresh off his recent unofficial visit to Seattle, Troy Williams of Narbonne High School has announced today that he has decided to venture...
Via The Daily Sports Herald
June 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Who will be THE MAN?

Who is Max Browne? The short answer: Max Browne is THE MAN. (THE MAN? I’ll get to that in a moment). The longer answer: Browne is the five star QB prospect from Sammamish, WA, who just committed to USC’s 2013 recruiting class earlier this month. Per standard operating procedure, Browne is set to graduate fall 2012 and enroll at USC in January. The smart money says the true freshman...
Via Subway Domer
April 18, 2012  |  Discuss

USC’s Matt Barkley- Best Of The Maxwell Award Semi-Finalists Week 10

Although you could argue Brandon Weeden, or RG3 had the best performance out of the Maxwell Semi-Finalists this past weekend, USC QB Matt Barkley completely tore it up against Boulder on Friday. He set a new school record for most passing touchdowns in a game by a USC quarterback. That means he did what Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart, Mark Sanchez, or even John David Booty III could...
Via Taking Bad Schotz
November 07, 2011  |  Discuss
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