Tag: Manti Te'o

2012 Heisman Trophy: The Defensive Tim Tebow Should Win

2012 Heisman Trophy: The Defensive Tim Tebow Should Win
I know I’m going to get crap from my religious friends for using the phrase “second coming” in the next statement, but the pun is unavoidable. Manti Te’o is the second coming of Tim Tebow. Tomorrow night, Te’o will try to make his already-unbelievable mark on college football and the University of Notre Dame more... Read more »

Notre Dame National Championship Bound: Why They're Special

Notre Dame National Championship Bound: Why They're Special
Everyone’s spent the last three weeks (well, the last nine if we’re honest) explaining why Notre Dame isn’t as good as their record indicates. Everyone has had a great time explaining why they’re not worthy of a national title shot. Now the Fighting Irish are undefeated and headed to the BCS Championship Game. And they... Read more »

2013 NFL Mock Draft: A Third Attempt

2013 NFL Mock Draft: A Third Attempt
A┬ámonth ago, I took a way-too-early look at what the 2013 NFL Draft, trying to pinpoint which prospects might be headed where. Again, nearly two weeks ago with added perspective on both the NFL and NCAA seasons, we gave it another shot. In my second attempt, a significant injury in the NFL changed a big... Read more »
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2013 NFL Mock Draft: A Second Look

2013 NFL Mock Draft: A Second Look
A couple weeks ago, I took a way-too-early look at what the 2013 NFL Draft, trying to pinpoint which prospects might be headed where. Since that date, a number of things have changed that will undoubtedly impact next year’s draft. The Cleveland Browns will have a new owner and a new man – Joe Banner... Read more »

2013 NFL Mock Draft - First Attempt

2013 NFL Mock Draft - First Attempt
Next spring’s NFL Draft could be one of the more intriguing in recent memory. With a handful of teams using high picks recently on quarterbacks, many of whom are either developing slowly or not at all, there could be pressure on some of the league’s losers to make redundant picks. Meanwhile, some very highly regarded... Read more »