1. Miami Dolphins Hire Bill Lazor as Offensive Coordinator

    The Miami Dolphins have hired Bill Lazor as the new offensive coordinator, according to a report by James Walker of ESPN . The hiring of Lazor concludes an eight-day search for Mike Sherman's replacement, who was fired on Jan...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 11 months ago 3,321 reads 46 comments

  2. Florida Gators Lose 5-Star WR Prospect Ermon Lane

    Just a day after managing to flip top CB recruit Jalen Tabor , the Florida Gators have lost their second-highest prospect on offense, 5-star wideout Ermon Lane (Homestead, Fla./Homestead)...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 11 months ago 3,420 reads 6 comments

  3. Florida Gators Flip Top CB Recruit Jalen Tabor

    A week ago, ESPN's No. 15 overall (No. 5 CB) prospect Jalen Tabor (Washington, D.C./Friendship Collegiate Academy) had narrowed down his final choices to Alabama and Arizona...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 12 months ago 1,739 reads 10 comments

  4. Florida Gators: Why They Will Compete for an SEC Championship in 2014

    Something happened to the Florida Gators in 2013 that Gator Nation was not used to. They were the laughing stock of college football and sports fans everywhere...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 12 months ago 7,883 reads 52 comments

  5. Miami Dolphins Offseason: 5 Ways They Can Get Better

    The 2013 version of the Miami Dolphins began with buzzing expectations and ended with thunderous destruction...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 12 months ago 5,609 reads 67 comments

  6. 5 Possible Replacements for Mike Sherman as Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinator

    The end of the 2013 Miami Dolphins was a well-documented collapse and utter implosion of a team with the easiest road to a playoff berth with two weeks remaining...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 12 months ago 6,331 reads 43 comments

  7. Numbers Never Lie: NFL Playoff Predictions Through Week 14

    Predicting the winners of the playoff games is an inexact science. By no means can one specific stat show you who will win or how —and that's why we love to watch...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 1 year ago 365 reads 1 comments

  8. Miami Dolphins: Why the Fins Will Make the Playoffs

    Sorting out the AFC playoff picture is a lot like Hillbilly Handfishin ’, the practice of catching catfish underwater with one’s bare hands. Just stick your hands in the mud and see what you can pull out...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 1 year ago 3,108 reads 8 comments

  9. Election Day 2012: Award Winners for the College Football Season After Week 10

    In spirit of the 2012 US Presidential Election, it is time to take a look at the 2012 college football season to date and decide who most deserves votes for doing a solid job...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 2 years ago 566 reads 0 comments

  10. David Price by the Numbers: Why the Rays Pitcher Should Win the AL Cy Young

    The Cy Young Award, like MVP accolades, is one that comes with much debate and countless different opinions about its winner...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 2 years ago 740 reads 6 comments

  11. Reasons Why Each Top 5 Team Is Overrated in Initial BCS Rankings

    Everyone knows the BCS Rankings cannot exist without controversy, but there seems to be an added edginess to the fans debating college football's elite this year...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 2 years ago 1,035 reads 0 comments

  12. Why Do College Football Fans Hate the SEC and Its Dominance of the NCAA?

    Why does everyone outside of the SEC hate college football's most dominant conference? Is it because the SEC has boasted six straight national champions? Is it because of the elitist ...

    Brian Richie Written by Brian Richie about 2 years ago 2,427 reads 12 comments