https://twitter.com/JasonRomano/status/1156211489595936774 Agreed, Jason Romano, it is ironic, but it is also not the same game anymore... or was it ever that important to have the leading rusher? From 1969 there has only been four times when the rushing champ was on the championship team. Emmitt Smith did it three times, 1992, 1993, and 1995. The… Continue reading Is Jerry Right?
The NFL has continued to push the league towards offense and points - primarily fueled by passing - which is more appealing to the general audience. Its been expedited with continued rule changes, inventive offenses, and deeper analytics. Just a week or so ago, the NFL passed rules to allow for review of PIs and… Continue reading NFL Passing Leaders
February 11th has come and past. You may not have noticed it, but it marks one of the greatest upsets in sporting history. In 1990 Mike Tyson was 37-0 at just ripe age 23 years of age. He was the Heavyweight Champion of the world and everyone was afraid of him. He was angry and… Continue reading Tyson v Douglas
Playing professional sports is ridiculously hard. Equal to that challenge is getting a chance to play. So finding the easiest path to the league, show, etc is the best route. This is true in the NFL, where the top prospects should hope for a fantastic season going into their eligibility and then go Pro. I… Continue reading For the top NFL prospects, the less film, the better…
It's rivalry week and one that I look forward to every year, with somewhat measured enthusiasm. The rivalry means something to me, 100% and I will not pretend it doesn't. I grew up a Cougar, but became a Ute. Its a unique position to know what the other side feels. This game is personal for… Continue reading BYU v Utah: what this rivalry means