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Rutgers Report: Second Half of the Season Predictions for the Scarlet Knights

Last week, I gave my season prediction for the first half of the season for Rutgers football. At the end of six games, I predicted that the team would sit with a 4-2 record, and a 1-2 conference record. This week, I will share my…

Fred Says: What a Difference a Year Makes for Penn State’s Offensive Line

“Fred Says” is the continuation of a newsletter series originally written and published by Fred Arnold. Fred was a member of the Space Coast Penn State Alumni Association group in Brevard County, Florida. He passed away in April of 2015. Fred’s nephew, Jarrad Arnold, has…

Podcast: Big Ten 2015 Football Preview

Ryan Osbahr, Princess Sparkles and J.P. Scott talking overs and unders, division champs, conference champs, best coach, best players and the College Football playoff. Reads: (414)

Brace Yourselves: Nebraska’s Spin Machine is Coming in Wake of Pierson-El Injury

Are you ready? Here it comes. News broke today that Nebraska wide receiver/punt returner/best player De’Mornay Pierson-El is going to miss the next 6-8 weeks with a foot injury discovered after Tuesday’s practice. This is bad — real bad. And for the first hour or…

Rutgers Report: First Half Predictions in 2015 for the Scarlet Knights

How will Rutgers fare in their sophomore season in the Big Ten? Will they demonstrate great growth as a result of the knowledge gained in their trial-by-fire in 2014, or will they face the dreaded “sophomore slump?” Here are my game-by-game predictions for 2015. These…

Dotting the I: Drones, Mike Weber and TV Love for Ezekiel Elliott

The reigning National Champions have started their run for a possible repeat. On August 9th. players reported for the start of training camp. Naturally, it would have to come with a unique event happening. Braxton Miller was followed into the team hotel by a drone.…

Don’t Sleep on Hackenberg and Penn State in 2015…or 2016

I remember first hearing about Christian Hackenberg a couple of years back. He was one of the top quarterback recruits in the nation and was recruited by Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Penn State and a host of other schools. I was pleasantly surprised when he gave…

Minnesota’s Elite Cornerbacks Were Afterthoughts on Signing Day

I’ve never been a big recruiting guy. That’s not to say I don’t believe in it, I’ve just never been interested in projecting what sort of player a 17-year old kid is going to develop into by the time he’s 21 or 22 and what…

Podcast: Trying to Understand Michigan and Nebraska Fans

  We sit around over a few beers and try to understand the mindset of Michigan and Nebraska fans. Reads: (330)

Rutgers Report: 2015 Vegas predictions are déjà vu for Scarlet Knights

It is déjà vu all over again in Vegas odds makers’ minds. They believe Rutgers’ 2015 season performance will be…meh. That’s what they said last year. Could bookies blow it again? Last summer’s Vegas predictions were largely consistent as Rutgers prepared for their Big Ten…