Gallaher Mock Vol. 2

By Peyton Gallaher 1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M Myles Garrett just is the best prospect in this draft. There isn’t much room for debate there. On and off of the field, Garrett checks every box. He’s incredibly intelligent, stupidly talented, loves the game of football, and is motivated to improve. Prospects like…

The Galloway and Martin 2017 NFL Mock Draft

By Brandon Martin and Drew Galloway With the NFL Draft tomorrow, many GMs and players are beginning to fret about the draft. Between draft night trades and draft days slides, April 27 – 29, will be chaotic days for almost all NFL front offices. Many NFL fans wonder what their favorite franchise will be doing…

Gallaher Mock Draft Vol.1

By Peyton Gallaher  1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M The Browns will begin a transition from previous defensive coordinator Ray Horton’s base 3-4 defense, into Greg Williams’s 4-3 this offseason. Therefore Paul DePodesta and the rest of the front office in Cleveland must examine the personnel up front. By inheriting the first pick…

Kickers Are People Too

By Harrison Larner Recently one of my friends asked me, “If you are a four-star kicking prospect as a sophomore, doesn’t that mean you could be a scholarship kicker at any school you want?” If only it was that simple. Another one of my friends, a former soccer teammate, asked me, “If you can kick…

Super Bowl LI Preview

by Evan Oscherwitz How They Got Here: The Atlanta Falcons surprised the football world this year by winning the NFC thanks to a high-powered offensive attack led by NFL MVP quarterback Matt Ryan, wide receiver Julio Jones, and a prolific backfield tandem of Tevin Coleman and Devonta Freeman. Coming into the season, more people had…

Preview: AFC Championship Game

  By Brandon Martin How They Got Here When it was said that three QBs ran the AFC, it wasn’t an exaggeration. Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Ben Roethlisberger have represented the AFC in the Superbowl in 12 of the last 13 Superbowls, and this year the latter two will go head to head to…

Preview: NFC Championship Game

by Brandon Martin On January 22, the Green Bay Packers will travel to the Peach state to face the Atlanta Falcons in what will be the last ever game played in the famed Georgia Dome. The winner of this game will advance to Super Bowl 51. The matchup has the makings of one of the…

The Year 2016 in Review: Sports

by Peyton Gallaher The year 2016 may not be remembered as the best year for many people. A lot of bad things happened.  A lot of confrontational things happened. There were a lot of tragedies and a lot of heartache in 2016.  For most of the year, the world was a spinning, stressful, scary place….

The Fight for Ratings

by Dylan Goldman In America, The NFL has been everyone’s favorite league to watch for years. The Super Bowl has always captivated the attention of the nation, whether you like football or not. In fact, the NFL’s ratings were at an all-time high last year, but that isn’t the case this year. The NFL has…

Keep the Kickoffs

By Dylan Goldman The NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell are seriously considering eliminating one element of football that has been around since football started. Because of safety reasons, the NFL wants to completely eliminate kickoffs. If kickoffs were eliminated, a portion of the roster spots would be taken away because there would be no need…

Disrespect or Protest?

by Michael Luker On August 14th, 2016, Colin Kaepernick sat down during the national anthem, and no one noticed.  A week later Kaepernick did the same thing and no one said a word, but again Colin Kaepernick was not dressed out for this game at all, he was in street clothes. On August 26th, many…

Fight for the AFC West

by Justice Skinner This is a review on the NFL season so far for the sneakily competitive division AFC West and predictions on where the teams in AFC West will end up. Now they do have the reigning champ Broncos playing in the division, but it is not as lopsided as you would think. The…