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2017 NFL Draft Texas Bowl and Kickoff Alumni

The 2017 NFL Draft concluded Saturday after 253 picks, but it took just one pick for the Texas Bowl to be represented in Philadelphia. Texas A&M star Myles Garrett, who played in the 2015 AdvoCare Texas Kickoff and the 2016 Texas Bowl, got the first call of the draft from the Cleveland Browns. The 6-4, […]

John Harris on the LSU Spring Game: Canada’s Offense is No Joke

Mother nature might have played as big a role as any player or coach on Saturday in Baton Rouge for LSU’s annual spring game. Before the storm hit, though, the purple and gold assemblage got a chance to see what SEC defenses will learn in due time. Matt Canada’s offense is no joke. Shift, motions, […]

10 Players Set to Shock the College Football World in 2017

By: Greg Wallace, Featured Columnist, Bleacher Report (View Story) Rashaan Evans is ready for his opportunity with Alabama in 2017.Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images One of the great parts about college football is its constant change. Players have to wait three years between graduating high school and declaring for the NFL draft, which creates enough time for stars […]

2017 Heisman Trophy Race: Odds for Top Heisman Candidates

By: Jim Oxley, HERO Sports @jrox12 (View Article) It’s the middle of NFL Combine and March Madness season right now, but before you know it, college football will be back. As the best former college players are showing off for NFL teams and the best basketball teams are preparing for post-season runs, lets take a look at who […]

Texas Bowl Alums at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine

Heading into the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, much of the talk centered around the four potential first round quarterbacks, including Texas Tech star Patrick Mahomes, and top overall pick candidate Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett. The Aggie star’s last game was the Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium and this would be the first time […]

Predicting the Top 20 Offenses of the 2017 College Football Season

By: Brad Shepard, Featured Columnist, Bleacher Report (Read Story) What defines a great college football offense? Just because a team scores a bucketload of points or piles up yards doesn’t make it elite. It depends on the competition, it depends on the players and it depends on the ability to make key plays at key moments. The […]

When Does the 2017 College Football Season Start?

By: Beth Maiman, NCAA.com Well, the 2016 football season ended in a pretty thrilling way when Clemson defeated Alabama 35-31 in the College Football Playoff championship thanks to a last-second touchdown. In case you already forgot — Clemson’s quarterback DeShaun Watson found wide receiver and former walk-on Hunter Renforw in the end zone to secure […]

John Harris on Myles Garrett and the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl

I remember, like many Aggies throughout the world, the first time I saw Myles Garrett on a football field. Although I love high school football, I don’t get to see as much high school ball as I’d like. As such, I had heard a bunch about Garrett, but hadn’t had a chance to see him […]

The College Football Playoff is Set

After a relatively tame championship weekend, the college football playoff is set. Alabama finished the year as the number one team in the nation. This was a team that lost seven day one or day two draft picks from the 2015 team and was as dominant as ever in 2016. The touchdown the Crimson Tide […]

Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State: 2016 Bedlam rivalry game to decide Big 12

Beginning next college football season, the Big 12 will have a conference championship game again. It will be played on the same weekend when every other major conference plays its title games in a neutral site at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. But for most of the last few years, the conference has had a […]

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