1. All-Time College Football Team: Wide Receiver

    In continuation of my series on the All-Time College Football Team, I will now shift the focus to the offensive side of the ball, beginning with the wide receiver...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about 6 years ago 3,230 reads 9 comments

  2. Alabama Football: Defensive Impact Players in 2008

    The 2007 season predictions called for the defense to be Alabama’s weak spot, with the offense having to carry the load. However, the opposite was probably more accurate...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about 6 years ago 1,409 reads 3 comments

  3. Open-Mic: In Defense of the Football Official

    Having been an official for high school football in Alabama for the past three seasons, I have a new-found appreciation for the job that all officials perform. Therefore, the following Open-Mic piece may be a little different than some others...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 326 reads 0 comments

  4. Alabama Football: Offensive Impact Players in 2008

    As the 2008 college football season fast approaches, anticipation grows strong, especially in Alabama. The offense, which was predicted to carry the Tide in 2007, fell well short of expectations in several games, resulting in national embarrassment...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,818 reads 5 comments

  5. All-Time College Football Team: Defensive End

    So it comes down to the defensive end position, the final spot on the defensive side of the ball in this series of debate over the All-Time College Football Team...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 529 reads 6 comments

  6. All-Time College Football Team: Defensive Tackle

    In the beginning, the big players stood a mere 5'10" and weighed in at only 180 pounds. Now, looming as large as skyscrapers, these giants stand well over 6 feet tall and weigh in at 300-plus pounds...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,565 reads 13 comments

  7. All-Time College Football Team: Linebacker

    Some are known for their ability to sack the quarterback. Others are known for their instinct to read routes and pick-off passes. Yet others just always seem to be at the right place at the right time, making an impact on every play...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 2,553 reads 11 comments

  8. Patriots Land Two Historic Top-Ten Picks: Raiders Acquainted with an Old Friend

    If the sports world has ever been in an upheaval before, now’s that time! In breaking news this morning from Boston, the New England Patriots are now in a position to make history ...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,402 reads 1 comments

  9. Is NCAA Basketball Dead?

    Less then 10 days removed from the NCAA basketball championship game, and the sounds from the collegiate basketball world are as dead silent as the cheers coming from American Airlines Arena...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 469 reads 4 comments

  10. All-Time College Football Team: Cornerback

    Continuing from the back to the front, the position of cornerback will be the next on the list of “All-Time College Football Team.” These are the playmakers for the defense, the ones who break on passes and take them the other way for six...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 977 reads 13 comments

  11. All-Time College Football Team: Safety

    By now the voting is well under way for the "All-Time Greatest College Football Team: Head Coach," so I thought I'd move on to the next position to fill...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 3,337 reads 20 comments

  12. All-Time College Football Team: Head Coach

    Is Joe Pa the best coach ever? Or is it Bobby Bowden? Is Reggie Bush the best to ever carry the pigskin? And who is the best college linebacker of all-time? If you could have one quarterback ...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 3,001 reads 27 comments

  13. Not-So-Sweet Home Alabama for Nick Saban?

    Has Nick Saban tired of the media bashing? Or is he just getting tired in general? These are just two of the many questions prompted by the following recent statements from the Crimson Tide’s head coach via an interview with ESPN...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,507 reads 4 comments

  14. Bleacher Report Killed My Career

    As I came across Adam Amick’s article, "How Bleacher Report Helped Lead to my SportsCenter Moment," I resolved to go ahead and let it be known through this article that Bleacher Report has resulted in the exact opposite for me...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 542 reads 14 comments

  15. NFL: Distress over the Tress

    With the ever-increasing trend to sport long hair from under the helmet, the NFL is considering a proposed rule that would prohibit such hair from covering names or numbers of the back of uniforms...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 672 reads 2 comments

  16. College Football Coaches Salute Troops

    With all the negative hype surrounding college football this off-season—arrests, assaults, suspensions, expulsions, and so forth—there is finally one bright spot...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,249 reads 4 comments

  17. NCAA Tournament: Let the Madness Begin!

    March Madness: The time of the year when millions of dollars are lost by companies throughout the U.S. as employees sneak away from work to listen to radios, watch televisions, and now the watch on the Internet...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 480 reads 0 comments

  18. Butler Basketball: Cinderella Team or Deadly Threat?

    The Associated Press has the Butler Bulldogs ranked as No. 11. USA Today has them ranked as No. 10. However, the NCAA Tournament committee gave the Bulldogs a seven seed...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,258 reads 2 comments

  19. ESPN: The Ultimate Hypocrite

    ESPN has done it again—reared its ugly hypocritical head. Yes, I said it, and I mean it with every fiber of my being! Less than one year after everyone’s beloved ESPN ripped ...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 10,952 reads 73 comments

  20. NFL Offseason: Big Week for Shaun Alexander, Warrick Dunn, Trent Green

    Overshadowed by talk of conference tournaments in college basketball and the anticipation of the Big Dance, three big moves have already taken place this week in the NFL...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,175 reads 2 comments

  21. Tyler Hansbrough: Player of the Year

    North Carolina Junior Tyler Hansbrough finally received the respect he deserves. Tuesday morning Hansbrough was named college basketball's Player of the Year by Sporting News. This came after a phenomenal season for the three-year starter...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,748 reads 2 comments

  22. Final Weekend's Four Biggest Games

    Here is a look ahead to the final weekend of the regular season and the four biggest match-ups. Michigan State vs. Ohio State MSU won by six when the two teams squared off nearly two months ago...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,670 reads 3 comments

  23. SEC Tournament Predictions

    As the thrill of March Madness is nearly upon us, I am offering my SEC tournament predictions. What follows is a prediction of where each team will fall into the bracket, as well as winners and losers all the way to the end...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 1,519 reads 5 comments

  24. MLB: Welcome Back—Wake Me When It's Over

    I’d like to welcome back MLB; unfortunately it’s here once again. Oh, wow, did I just say that out loud? Now, don’t misunderstand me. I do watch baseball...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 726 reads 7 comments

  25. Tennessee-Vanderbilt: Another No. 1 Bites the Dust

    For all of you who took shots at me for jumping on the Vandy wagon following the Kentucky game, last night proved once again that the wagon is still rolling strong! The Dores improved to 9-4 ...

    Tim Croley Written by Tim Croley about over 6 years ago 864 reads 3 comments