Alarm bells are officially sounding for the 2-4 Browns

Baker Mayfield has become the epitome of everything he wasn’t last season. His immense swagger has become his greatest enemy as there is no “juice” without wins. He looks uncomfortable when the pocket breaks down, which in the past, has been the second year quarterback’s greatest strength. After a gut wrenching 32-28 loss to theContinue reading “Alarm bells are officially sounding for the 2-4 Browns”

LSU cruises past Florida as Burrow inserts himself into the Heisman conversation

With 10:56 left in the third quarter, Redshirt Junior quarterback Kyle Trask fired a bullet across the middle to push the seventh ranked Gators outfront 28-21 in Death Valley. From that moment until the horn sounded, LSU reminded us all why we may need to forget Alabama & Clemson as the front runners to winContinue reading “LSU cruises past Florida as Burrow inserts himself into the Heisman conversation”

Zion Williamson shines as New Orleans downs Utah in their preseason home debut

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the last few years, Zion Williamson should be a name you’re used to hearing ad nauseam. His performance tonight in his third preseason game (26 points, 9/12 from the field, with 5 boards) threw more coal on the fire, as the 19 year old rookie gears up forContinue reading “Zion Williamson shines as New Orleans downs Utah in their preseason home debut”

Tennessee hopes Saturday’s match-up with State serves as a turning point

Neyland Stadium erupted last Saturday early in the first quarter as true freshman quarterback Brian Mauer connected with Marquez Callaway for a 73 yard bomb. It was Tennessee’s longest passing play for a touchdown since 2015. I can only imagine Vol fans everywhere turning to the words of the great Derek Shepherd (McDreamy) to describeContinue reading “Tennessee hopes Saturday’s match-up with State serves as a turning point”