With two new pools getting their tournament underway a new wrinkle in the managing of international teams takes full focus as managers try to win but not quite at all costs.
The NCAA saw a rare sight this week when two top ten programs faced off led by two Heisman Trophy candidates as the regular season saw some big action in the middle of the season that is sure to have an influence in the playoff.
The NCAA Division I-FBS is used to scheduling games against the FCS but there are some teams to avoid which is what the Iowa Hawkeyes learned this week in the biggest upset that everyone expected.
It takes a special mixture for someone to become a cult hero in the CFL but Doug Brown figured it out through hard work as he was a Winnipeg favourite his entire career.
The NFC West has gone from one of the best divisions to a complete unknown as teams were once the top are now struggling to stay there but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a great battle at the top.
Week 1 in the NCAA was better than it ever was before as more teams took a risk in scheduling tough teams which didn’t pay-off for everyone.
The Heisman Trophy doesn’t guarantee success but it is still the pursuit of so many athletes and that pursuit begins again with a new season.
The CIS Football season is about to begin and the pursuit of a Vanier Cup begins again with the CIS looking to continue to grow and make University Football a staple in Canadian sports.
The featherweight division continues to be a logjam as the biggest star holds up everyone else who is just fighting to find their way to the title.
After establishing the Tampa 2 defence and becoming the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl, Tony Dungy has done more than enough to earn his bust in the Canton.