Wednesday Morning QB (Week 16)

With his latest issues, Josh Gordon may never return to the league again and may go down as a cautionary tale of what could happen if things don’t go right off of the field.

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NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

The Big Ten conference is returning to relevance and it is all thanks to the guys on the sidelines especially one of them who is continually overlooked when talking about the great coaches in the Big Ten.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 17)

The NFL saw it’s annual firing day as Black Monday came and went with three teams pulling the trigger quickly to change their head coaches.

2015 NFL Preview: NFC West

At one point the NFC West was looking to be the best division in football with teams continuing to get better and challenge for the division title.

2015 NCAA Football Preview: 5 Stories to Watch

NCAA football seems in no danger of slowing down as every new season brings a new hope for teams and a bigger fan base.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 17)

The NFL season is officially done but for many on the sidelines that means the scariest time of the year. It has become known as Black Monday and it marks the day where coaches and general managers lose their jobs. It is the day after the last week ends and for many teams the decision has already been made heading into the final week of the season. To avoid rocking the boat on a team that is still trying to win games, whether or not they are trying to make the playoffs.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 16)

So it is here, there is only one week left in the NFL season and most teams are simply waiting to figure out where they’ll finish. It is not so much about making the playoffs anymore as only a few spots are left as it is now bout trying to get home field advantage. As the season closes out the top teams are looking ahead to the next few weeks and the road to the Super Bowl while the rest of the league looks to 2015.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 14)

The Battle of the Bay has not been the usual close battle that many fans have hoped for time and time again. A big part of that is the evolution of the 49ers into one of the elite teams of the NFL. They have been close multiple times in the last few years to winning a Super Bowl but have fallen just short. Despite their inability to win the big game the Niners have remained one of the most dangerous teams in the NFL and have consistently been the better team in their matchups with Oakland.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 13)

So it begins, the biggest question heading into the NFL season has been answered and has had much of the expected result. Going into 2014 it was all about Johnny Manziel and when he would get to start for the woeful Browns. Many believed it wouldn’t be until around this time in the season when the Browns were out of the playoff hunt and ready to see what they had in the young exciting star. That was not exactly the case in Week 13 though as the Browns are far from the worst team in the league and still have a chance.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 15)

The week in the NFL was yet another wild one as teams continue their fight for the playoffs in the third last week of the season. The week would see teams with a chance to solidify their spot blow it while teams that are only a loss away from being eliminated would win. There are only 4 of the 12 playoff spots taken as the NFL moves into their last two weeks of the season and it is setting up plenty of drama heading into the end of December.

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