Sep 14, 2018 When Texas plays host to USC at 8 p.m. ET Saturday, the Longhorns won't just be competing against the Trojans. They'll also be competing with Ohio State, which takes on TCU in Arlington, Texas, at the same time only 200 miles north of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. They'll be competing for the attention of in-state recruits wi
Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports Disgraced former Mississippi head football coach Hugh Freeze is taking to the public as a way to defend himself after a scandal surrounding escorts cost him his job with the Rebels . In speaking at the Little Rock Touchdown Club recently, Freeze noted that today’s current climate in America has prevented him from getting
REALTIME RUMORS, GOSSIP, OPINIONS AND HUMOR FROM THE BEST SPORTS BLOGS GET OUR NEWSLETTER! Originally posted on Sportsnaut  |  By David Kenyon  |  Last updated 9/12/18 © Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports Clemson and Alabama both have high-profile quarterback dilemmas, but Dabo Swinney has taken a different approach to how he handles questions compare
By Walter Villa | Sep 13, 2018 Special to espnW Courtesy Jayla James Mir McLean averaged 18.6 points and 13.5 rebounds as a sophomore at Baltimore's Roland Park Country Day. Every time Mir McLean hears a referee's whistle, she thinks of her dad, who officiated and coached basketball games. Every time she sees someone wearing blue and orange -- her
Two games into the Alabama football, 2018 season, let’s review the strengths, the weaknesses and what to expect next for Crimson Tide. Alabama football is assured of going into week three of the 2018 season ranked No. 1 in all the top polls. After two games and two lopsided wins, the most obvious signs point […]Alabama Football: Crimson Tide two-ga
Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (13) drops back looking for a receiver against the Arkansas State Red Wolves during the first quarter at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Sept. 8, 2018. It was another solid showing for one of the Heisman front-runners.  John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports College football Week 2 was defined by some incredible
REALTIME RUMORS, GOSSIP, OPINIONS AND HUMOR FROM THE BEST SPORTS BLOGS GET OUR NEWSLETTER! Originally posted on The Sports Daily  |  By Matt Birch  |  Last updated 9/8/18 Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports Nick Saban, like Bill Belichick, always expects the best out of his players — no matter the score. Complacency is not a trait you’ll see from any m
Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports Alabama has the benefit of having two quality quarterbacks at its disposal, which puts pressure on both of them to perform. That was on display during the second quarter of Saturday’s game against Arkansas State, even with the team up 19-0, when Jalen Hurts laid it all on the line, in hopes of finding the end zone. H
REALTIME RUMORS, GOSSIP, OPINIONS AND HUMOR FROM THE BEST SPORTS BLOGS GET OUR NEWSLETTER! Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  By Larry Brown  |  Last updated 9/8/18 Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Nick Saban is getting both of his quarterbacks plenty of action early in the season, as promised. Sophomore Tua Tagovailoa started for Alabama in
REALTIME RUMORS, GOSSIP, OPINIONS AND HUMOR FROM THE BEST SPORTS BLOGS GET OUR NEWSLETTER! Originally posted on Sportsnaut  |  By Jesse Reed  |  Last updated 9/8/18 Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports It’s not exactly going well early for Arkansas State against Alabama on Saturday in Tuscaloosa — an unsurprising development, to be sure. As if to highlig