One missed field goal attempt later, and we're smack in the middle of a vintage end-of-season rankings controversy — yet again.
This summer, the Brooklyn Nets made splashy, pricy acquisitions that were supposed to make them immediate title contenders. So far, let's just say the early returns on those big investments have been scant.
With only a few weeks left in the college football regular season, we stand on the verge of one of the biggest revenue generators in sports — the bowl games. Each of these games can bring millions of dollars to the schools that are fortunate enough to participate. But of all the money earned, none of it will be shared with the players themselves.
As we travel through life, sometimes we arrive at certain places and a familiar feeling comes over us — déjà vu, if you will. I've got a hunch that the Washington Redskins are experiencing a bit of déjà vu right about now.
We need a college football playoff system — today.
Are some people slow to accept Condoleezza Rice as a member of the NCAA college football playoff selection committee simply because she is a woman?
We've consistently heard the rhetoric of college players and their supporters on such issues of player compensation and concussion reform. Last week, the Grambling State University football team decided to couple their talking with action.
This year, it’s been a far different story for PED offenders. Their teams and fans have welcomed them back with big hugs and kisses following their 50-game infractions — which is the way it should be.
The Washington Redskins have won one game going into Week 6 of this season. After Week 6 is over, the Redskins could be in first place in the NFC East. I know, it's hard to believe.
Washington didn't win Sunday, they survived.