Clemson Tigers Have Huge Recruiting Weekend Ahead of Them


The Clemson Tigers have a huge weekend coming up for its college football program. No, there is obviously not a game this weekend as the college football season is over, but recruiting is just heating up. Three top prospects in […]

Kansas State Loses Second Assistant Coach and Excellent Recruiter

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The Kansas State Wildcats have lost two assistants in 7 days. Ouch. Michael Smith, Kansas State receivers coach, will be the new Arkansas Razorbacks receivers coach. This happened only four days after former defensive ends coach Joe Bob Clements took […]

Oregon Ducks Trying to Land Two Key Recruits

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Tanner McEvoy visited Eugene, Oregon last weekend and received a scholarship offer to join the Oregon Ducks. McEvoy is a 4-star, dual-threat quarterback who would fit perfectly in Oregon’s uptempo offense. Current QB Bryan Bennett will possibly be switching to […]

RB David Williams Will Electrify Fans as a South Carolina Gamecock

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RB David Williams (6-foot-1, 190 lbs.) out of Philadelphia made it official on Jan. 4th; he will be a South Carolina Gamecock. “It’s a great opportunity to play for an iconic coach at South Carolina and the great tradition they […]

5 Star LB Mike “The Abusement Park” Mitchell Commits to Ohio State Buckeyes

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Eleven Warriors reported recently that the Ohio State Buckeyes have landed Mike Mitchell. Mitchell, a 5 star OLB according to Scout, may be the most athletic player in the entire class and could start right away for the Buckeyes. At […]

USC Trojans Making Huge Recruiting Blunders


USC lost its fifth commitment of the 2013 when Kylie Fitts de-committed from the Trojans. Fitts was informed that USC didn’t have an extra spot for him to enroll early in the Spring, which he had been planning on. “Something […]

Brett Favre Wins High School Coaching Debut


Oak Grove only took 44 seconds into their first offensive series to score a touchdown, and it was on play installed just the week before by their new offensive coordinator, Brett Favre.

Two-a-Days Practices Becoming Thing of Past


Two-a-days: the phrase says it all. You think of Texas level heat on a football field, and two practices a day in blistering heat meant to forge a team together “Remember the Titans”-style. Those types of practices might slowly be […]

Deion Sanders to Coach Football at His Own Charter School


Deion Sanders will be a football coach at the charter academy school he started. Prime Prep Academy has campuses in Dallas and Fort Worth and will play as a Class 3A school in Texas’ University Interscholastic League. At Prime Prep […]

Pittsburgh Steelers’ LaMarr Woodley donates $60,000 for Saginaw athletes’ fees


When athletic director at Saginaw high school, Dan Szatkowski, heard the announcement over the PA that Pittsburgh Steeler LaMarr Woodley had donated $60,000 cover the participation fees for every Saginaw Public Schools student-athletes, then Szatkowski cheered like everyone else. “The […]

5 Star Cornerback Prospect Kendall Fuller Follows 3 Brothers to Virginia Tech


Good Counsel cornerback Kendall Fuller was going to wait to make his college decision, but after making back-to-back visits to Clemson University and Virginia Tech and talking with his family, Fuller decided the time was right to make a decision. […]

LSU Tigers Offer 8th Grader Dylan Moses Scholarship


The LSU Tigers only just started to make offers to the class 0f 2014, so a solid addition to their class of 2017 is just playing with house money. Dylan Moses was just as shocked as any after he showed […]