1. Breaking Down Golden Nugget's Early 2013 College Football Point Spreads

    The college football offseason is cruel, relentless and determined. And although the absence will live on a little bit longer, the Golden Nugget is here to make a trying time slightly more tolerable...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 5,110 reads 16 comments

  2. Northwestern Coach Pat Fitzgerald Talks Academics, Recruiting and the Big Ten

    Pat Fitzgerald is tired of hearing it. He’s tired of hearing the same exhausted tune, one repeated like a chorus throughout his eight years in the captain's chair at Northwestern...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 3,301 reads 2 comments

  3. Why Las Vegas Loves Miami Football so Much in 2013

    The oddsmakers aren ’t worried about the ominous cloud still lingering overhead in Coral Gables. They’re not troubled by the capricious NCAA investigation into Miami, which remains selectively dormant...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 12,850 reads 52 comments

  4. Gordon Gee Resignation Proves Media Savvy a Necessity in Twitter Age

    The apology tour proved to be futile. The "remediation plan" never quite reached its apex. Ohio State University president Gordon Gee has announced he will officially retire ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 12,928 reads 113 comments

  5. With Social Media, Do Schools Even Need to Do Heisman Campaigns Anymore?

    The most successful Heisman marketing campaign doesn ’t come off a billboard, over-the-top video or flashy mailer crafted to manufacture buzz. Not anymore, not in 2013...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about over 1 year ago 2,628 reads 9 comments

  6. How Much Responsibility Does a College Coach Have for a Player's Academics?

    Win football games, or you’re fired. Ensure that your players are eligible to play, and if they are, make sure they’re physically and mentally prepared. For head college football coaches, it’s that simple...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 4,894 reads 11 comments

  7. Notre Dame's Brutal First Half of 2013 Suggests Bloom Is Off Brian Kelly's Rose

    Brian Kelly ’s impossible task of following up an unexpected visit to the BCS National Championship Game is becoming increasingly difficult with each offseason blow...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 1,014 reads 89 comments

  8. Notre Dame QB Everett Golson Just Left a World of Potential on the Table

    In an offseason that has remained quiet, perhaps a little too quiet, the college football world was rocked late Saturday night. Notre Dame starting quarterback Everett Golson’s future at the school is now in serious doubt...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 1,154 reads 173 comments

  9. How the State of Virginia Is Shaking Up College Football Recruiting

    The state of Virginia is poised to knock the recruiting world off its axis. With three of the nation’s top-10 players in the 2014 class calling Virginia home— Da ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 7,277 reads 16 comments

  10. The Biggest Thing in College Football? Literally, Tennessee's Daniel McCullers

    The buzz began with one image, a scene so unfathomable it had to be photo-shopped. But it wasn’t. Tree-trunk legs with a waistline that would be chest-high for most. An upper body that made the No...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 19,263 reads 10 comments

  11. College Football Sleeper? Look Long and Hard at Arizona State

    For the first time in a while, Todd Graham is staying put. He’s not moving his family across the country to a new city for a new job, with another batch of angry fans trailing the plane with pitchforks and torches...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 4,919 reads 12 comments

  12. Johnny Manziel's Toughest Opponent Might Be NFL Draft Scouts

    Do you hear that? That’s the sound of a lumbering herd of NFL scouts returning to civilization after a few weeks of R and R...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 8,892 reads 45 comments

  13. What Happened to All of College Football's Blue-Chip Quarterbacks?

    If you’re a regular at recruiting websites, a few trends have become apparent in recent years. There’s been a sudden surplus of 6’5'', 250-pound 17-year-olds capable of running a 4...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 20,014 reads 35 comments

  14. For Its Own Good, Florida State Needs to Let 5-Star Recruit Matthew Thomas Leave

    Jimbo Fisher has been put in an impossible predicament, one that will spark criticism and controversy regardless of the eventual outcome...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 13,791 reads 198 comments

  15. More Than a Blue-Chip QB Recruit, Christian Hackenberg Is Penn State's Savior

    A player who has yet to walk out of the tunnel for the first time, let alone participate in his first college practice, is already proving to be a monumental commitment to a program in desperate need...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 16,807 reads 40 comments

  16. Tommie Frazier Is Headed to the CFB Hall of Fame, and Not a Moment Too Soon

    Nebraska’s Tommie Frazier, a human highlight reel from another era and one of the greatest college football quarterbacks to ever walk this earth, has been elected into the College Football Hall of Fame ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 4,491 reads 9 comments

  17. College Football Playoff Expansion Might Not Be a Matter of If, but When

    It’s the elephant in the room, an empty room. As the champagne for the College Football Playoff is put on ice, the focus has already shifted to the future of the future...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 3,757 reads 58 comments

  18. What College Football's Early Week 1 Point Spreads Tell Us

    There are several points in the offseason that signify movement, a reminder that a new season is on the horizon. Spring football, which has concluded for just about everyone, is one of those markers...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 8,823 reads 15 comments

  19. The 2013 Post-Spring College Football Top 25

    With another year of spring football in the books—outside of New Mexico State, which will officially drop the curtain on May 4—college football will hit pause until teams begin reporting to fall camp...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 6,613 reads 293 comments

  20. When It Comes to NFL Draft, Timing Is Everything for College Players

    College football players and NFL draft picks of the future, learn from your predecessors. If your draft window is open and you’re all but assured to hear your name called early, jump right through it and declare...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 5,805 reads 4 comments

  21. College Football Could Really Use a Crash Course in Public Relations

    When the NCAA is done patching up its enforcement woes, a PR overhaul should be next on its checklist. Public relations haven’t been a strong suit for the sport you know and love...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 1,326 reads 0 comments

  22. Forget the Name, College Football Playoff Still Changes the Dynamic of the Sport

    College football’s four-team postseason of the future has a name, and that name is "College Football Playoff...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 4,784 reads 24 comments

  23. The 2013 College Football Coaches Mock Draft

    Are you tired of obsessing over NFL mock drafts that will be completely and utterly destroyed after a single trade or general manager gone rogue? We feel your pain, which is why we’ve crafted…another mock draft...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 9,933 reads 15 comments

  24. Farewell Legends and Leaders, the Big Ten Hardly Knew Ye (or Liked Ye)

    Legends and Leaders, age 3, of B1G, passed away peacefully on April 19. The twins were born to Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany in December of 2010...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 11,464 reads 29 comments

  25. What Spring Football Attendance Numbers Actually Tell Us

    The annual tradition of reading entirely too much into spring game attendance numbers is indeed football overkill, but packing stadiums in March and April isn ’t just about getting a bunch of bodies in the same place at the same time...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about almost 2 years ago 7,919 reads 49 comments