Reading Time: 4 minutesBig-12 football is almost back! Probably, at least. After New Hampshire announced they would not be playing football, Kansas’ Athletic Director Jeff Long stated: “KU, along with the Big 12, are continuing our efforts to play a full non-conference and conference football schedule this fall.” Big 12 fans all breathed a sigh of relief and, as long as it is safe, we are all excited! Just as everyone else in the sports world, I have predictions for the upcoming season. Oklahoma is the obvious choice for Big 12 champion, but after them the race is wide...Read More
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Reading Time: < 1 minuteWhen discussing elite defenders in college football, a lot of names come to mind. Derek Stingley at LSU, Micah Parsons from Penn State, Gregory Rousseau and Kaiir Elam at their respective teams in the Sunshine State all get mentioned in the media. But there are two defenders in Forth Worth, Texas that deserve way more respect. TCU’s deadly safety duo of Ar’Darius Washington and Trevon Moehrig are quite possibly the best defensive duo in the nation. Washington posted a nation high 92.5 PFF coverage grade whilst Moehrig followed that up with the league’s 2nd best at...Read More
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