1. College Football 2011: Silas Redd of Penn State and 4 Other Players to Know

    The haze of the summer months has just struck the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, yet everywhere I turn, someone has a list of college football players that everyone needs to know of in 2011...

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  2. College Football 2011: 7 Teams That Are Overrated Heading into 2011

    When one speaks of a school or team being overrated, the term "overrated" can mean many different things...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 5,346 reads 29 comments

  3. Russell Wilson Could Shake Up the Big Ten in 2011 If He Joins Wisconsin

    Things could get even more interesting for the Big Ten this fall. Famed quarterback and elite baseball prospect Russell Wilson has acknowledged his interest in playing for the Wisconsin Badgers this fall...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 2,941 reads 8 comments

  4. SMU to Ohio State: The Projection of Power Money Has on College Football

    In A Tale of Two Cities , Charles Dickens scribed “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This single line can sum up the bipolarity of college football as we know it...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 831 reads 3 comments

  5. Philadelphia Phillies: Brett Myers and the 5 Most Likable Ex-Phillies

    In light of Jayson Werth's debut in Washington, it's time to examine the five most likable ex-Philadelphia Phillies. This is a list of active players who we could all agree that we like (and secretly root for when they're not playing the Phils)...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 3,988 reads 20 comments

  6. 2011 NFL Draft: Carolina Panthers Profile and Questions Concerning Jimmy Clausen

    After securing the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers are on the verge of making the most important draft selection in franchise history...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 2,476 reads 6 comments

  7. Cecil Newton & Company: College Football's Biggest Turkeys in 2010

    The 2010 college football season is encroaching onto Thanksgiving Day and not all things have gone as planned for many of the schools around the country...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 4 years ago 987 reads 2 comments

  8. Heisman Trophy Watch—Keeping It Real With The Trophy

    The Heisman Trophy is all about offense, unless of course your name is Charles Woodson. I refuse to throw trendy players into this discussion since the entire process of selecting the winner of the Heisman Trophy is extremely conservative...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 4 years ago 587 reads 5 comments

  9. 2010 NFL Predictions and 2011 Mock Draft: Louisiana Letdown? I Don't Think So

    The kickoff to the 2010 regular season in the National Football League is upon us. Many questions will be answered over the next 17 weeks. Will the Saints suffer from a Super Bowl hangover? Well, Drew Brees is not a one-man wolfpack...

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  10. CFB Six Pack: The Teams You Don't Want To Sleep On In 2010

    The eve of the 2010 college football season is dawning before us. Each year, some school comes out of the woodwork to whack another school that was much more highly regarded than the latter...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 years ago 1,774 reads 5 comments

  11. 25 College Football Players to Watch in 2010

    Last year, while writing as a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, the largest independent sports media outlet in the world, I compiled a list of 25 college football players that everyone should watch for in 2009...

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  12. Splitting the Big Ten: The Best Way to Create Divisions

    There is serious talk going around about the Big Ten (plus two) football conference, as the leaders of that conference decide on how to split the league into two divisions. Some say that there has to be an “East vs...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 years ago 1,107 reads 21 comments

  13. Profit Over People: The Culture of Not Caring in the NFL

    It takes a real man to say that he cares. The environment of violence on television is overwhelming but we often fail to see how it has seeped into our new favorite pastime—football...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 years ago 860 reads 26 comments

  14. 2010 College Football Predictions:10 Games That You Don't Want To Miss

    With the college football season fast approaching, fans across the nation are cleaning the summer grit off of their grills, repainting their man-caves, and ordering fresh gear in anticipation of the most important college football season in a while...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 years ago 4,824 reads 27 comments

  15. Joe Paterno's Last Wind Won't Help Penn State Blow Anybody Away in 2010

    As we lurk closer to Joe Paterno's final chapter at Penn State, Nittany Lions fans are hoping to win one more national championship before the guy with the glasses calls it quits...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 years ago 2,156 reads 16 comments

  16. Keep The Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day

    For those that would love to see nothing more than the Detroit Lions removed from the NFL’s programming on Thanksgiving Day, I applaud your efforts because I can not argue against most of your points...

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  17. Titans' Chris Johnson Running Away with MVP Award

    Who is more deserving of the NFL's Most Valuable Player award, Peyton Manning or Drew Brees? That is the topic today. Meanwhile, the best running back in the NFL is on the outside looking in...

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  18. The Decade's Most Overrated College Football Programs

    We are less than two months away from the dawn of a new decade. The past ten years have brought to our attention a new outlook on life. The Southeastern Conference is as dominant as ever while the Big Ten continues to buoy in mediocrity...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 5 years ago 5,512 reads 20 comments

  19. Penn State Fans Love Cupcakes Just As Much As Joe Paterno

    Penn State was not ready for the physicality that Ohio State brought to the table tonight. Even with a beat up offensive line, the Buckeyes punched Penn State in the mouth and told them to go sit in the corner...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 5 years ago 1,775 reads 11 comments

  20. Six Reasons Why Ohio State Stands No Chance Of Beating Penn State

    Penn State will host Ohio State today in what will headline today's action around the world of college football. With BCS implications on the line, as well as respect, these two hard-hitting programs will look to put each other to work...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 5 years ago 710 reads 5 comments

  21. Louisiana Tech Can Fix BCS By Beating Boise State Tonight

    There are an abundance of issues with the Bowl Championship Series from who gets in, to how they get in. Usually, however, the BCS corrects itself through upsets...

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  22. Texas-Alabama Collision Highlights 2010 Bowl Projections

    The season is halfway over and we still have a ton of things to settle. Using picks and trends as well as projections to forecast the 2009-2010 bowls, you will see that the BCS formula will work ...

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  23. Mid-Season All-American Team: Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen Leads the Elite

      We are inches past the halfway point in the 2009 season and thus it has been a roller-coaster ride. Oklahoma's Sam Bradford will opt to have surgery on his shoulder which has deteriorated more quickly than the Detroit economy...

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  24. Big Ten All-Conference Offense: Iowa Hawkeyes Secured the Trenches

    The Big Ten conference is known for its muscle. Not for its speed. Not for its play-makers. Its muscle. The Iowa Hawkeyes are the only undefeated team left in the Big Ten and the reason why lies within their offensive line...

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  25. Penn State Nittany Lions-Michigan Wolverines: The 2009 Edition

    In order to change course, one must stand in the way of adversity and overcome it by leaps and bounds. This coming Saturday, both Penn State and Michigan have an opportunity to do so at the "Big House...

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