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Mitch Trubisky linked to the NFC East team

by on March 10, 2022 0
Is it possible that former UNC football player Mitchell Trubisky will reunite with former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll in New Jersey? As we get closer to the start of the NFL’s free agency period, the quarterback position has been the main talking point. We’ve seen a handful of trades so far, such as Aaron... Read More

NFL Combine 2022: Rutgers’ Isaih Pacheco hopes to ‘put on for New Jersey’ while living his dream

by on March 3, 2022 0
INDIANAPOLIS— Isaih Pacheco headed to the podium for his pre-NFL Combine press conference hoping to make an impression. Mission accomplished. the old Rutgers the running back donned a pair of Gucci sunglasses, saying he hoped he would “stand out”, a decision that paid off when he answered multiple questions about his choice of style... Read More

Why Alabama’s Evan Neal is the only sensible choice with the first overall draft pick | Launderer’s report

by on February 28, 2022 0
James Gilbert/Getty Images After selecting quarterback Trevor Lawrence a year ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars are once again in a position to make the obvious and sensible choice with the No. 1 draft pick. Alabama’s Evan Neal is the next logical step in the team’s rebuilding process, as well as a very worthy first-round prospect.... Read More

Club Update 2022 – Eels

by on February 4, 2022 0
Dear members, partners and eel fans With the season for all of our teams fast approaching, we wanted to provide an update on the main news and developments at our club. Eels football program 2022 In 2022, the Club has added a number of key personnel to its... Read More

It’s in the family | Penn State baseball transfer CJ Pittaro hopes to follow in father’s footsteps | Penn State Baseball News

by on January 31, 2022 0
His grandfather is a baseball legend from Rider University. His father was an MLB player. Her mother was on the United States women’s national soccer team. Her sister competes for the Yale women’s soccer team. For second-year shortstop CJ Pittaro and his family, the sport is more than a hobby, it’s a way of... Read More

Rutgers football hires Joe Harasymiak of Minnesota as defensive coordinator

by on January 7, 2022 0
Rutgers football would have a new defensive coordinator. The Head Coach Greg Schiano recruiting Joe harasymiak, the scarlet knights confirmed after a breakup report by Pierre Thamel surfaced on Friday afternoon. Harasymiak, 35, replaces Robb smith – Former Minnesota defensive coordinator from 2017 to 2018. Rutgers did not renew Smith’s contract and he then... Read More

Hogs Drop Heartbreaker, Fall at UCF, 52-51

by on December 3, 2021 0
Mario bravant December 2, 2021 ORLANDO, Florida – Arkansas women’s basketball (6-2) dropped heartbreak Thursday night inside Addition Financial Arena, falling UCF Road (6-1), 52-51. The game was a defensive fight all night, but the whistle made the difference – the Golden Knights made 19 of their 28 free throws, while Arkansas made six... Read More

Buccaneers vs. Washington Football Week 10 Game Preview, Game and Stream Details, Key Players, Top Scenarios, Injury Updates

by on November 11, 2021 0
TOP STORIES Are reinforcements on the way? – The restorative powers of the off week may be overestimated at times, but there’s no doubt the Buccaneers hailed the break after a first half that required significant adjustments to a string of tricky injuries. The Buccaneers are 6-2 and are right in the thick of... Read More

Arch Manning has another good experience in Texas

by on October 19, 2021 0
New Orleans, La. Isidore Newman five-star quarterback 2023 Manning Arch spent his weekend at the University of Texas, a trip back to Austin where the top passer first performed at Darrell K Royal Stadium. “He brightened up and just said he had a great time,” Isidore Newman head coach Nelson Stewart said. “Loved atmosphere... Read More

New Jersey Devils have a chance to surprise

by on October 14, 2021 0
Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports For most of their existence, the New Jersey Devils weren’t the sexiest teams in the NHL. In their initial glory days, under the leadership of GM / Chairman Lou Lamoriello, the Devils crushed their opponents with smothering defense and a timely, if not consistent, score. But once their generation of... Read More

Aaron Roach from Plainfield wins CN BCC POW

by on October 1, 2021 0
Plainfield had come close to victory with impressive performances in lost efforts in the first three weeks of the season, before the Cardinals ended up conceding last weekend, and in a dominant fashion, thanks in large part to their quarterback- senior rear. FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Simeon Pincus makes his predictions for Week 5 of the... Read More

“Hey, Jones!”: Recruits to replace vets are often volatile but sometimes necessary, as at Penn State in 1967

by on September 29, 2021 0
This, from Mike Hubbell: What do you think of Ohio State linebacker K’Vaughan Pope leaving the team via Twitter mid-game? Have you ever seen something like this? And does that suggest that the Buckeye culture and team chemistry are maybe a little offbeat? (They brought in another linebacker to the portal earlier last week.)... Read More

“I’m fine here”

by on September 29, 2021 0
Kevin Ollie is back in his element. His voice grows hoarse after shouting instructions for a few hours in training for Overtime Elite, the fledgling basketball operation for top prospects. He always seeks “level 5” enthusiasm from his players. Level 120, actually. “It means a level 5 every day,” said Ollie, “because tomorrow is... Read More

Defense. Special teams. It was Greg Schiano’s football in Rutgers’ win over Syracuse | Politi’s 5 observations

by on September 11, 2021 0
SYRACUSE, NY – To call this Rutgers victory over Syracuse a “rock fight” would be an insult to rocks and bedrock everywhere. Bags. Penalties. Two-meter runs. Most New Jersey people couldn’t watch the first few minutes because ACC’s buried him on an overflow channel that couldn’t be found, but with the way the game... Read More

Levingston selected for MVC Hall of Fame

by on August 25, 2021 0
History links Former Wichita State All-American and two-time NBA champion Cliff Levingston will be inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame next spring, the league said Wednesday afternoon. Levingston joins Doug Elgin, the longest-serving commissioner in MVC history, southern Illinois women’s basketball coaching legend Cindy Scott, Drake’s women’s basketball star Carla Bennett,... Read More

Football player Ronald Lake remembers

by on August 6, 2021 0
Alexis Weedon never had to tell his son, Ronald, that he was handsome. He knew for himself. “He was like, ‘Mom, I’m your cutest kid, aren’t I?” said Alexis Weedon. “He looks like he had a million dollar smile,” added his father, Ronald Lake Jr. It was Ronald Lake III in a nutshell. Still... Read More

Earning respect: Dillon Gabriel compared to top quarterback Heisman Trophy contenders

by on August 3, 2021 0
When comparing UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel to other high profile callers across the country, there are several ways to make the comparison. Success percentage of passes, touchdowns, rushing touchdowns, yards per game, etc. What doesn’t seem to be mentioned but undoubtedly enters the equation when the best quarterbacks are discussed is the level of... Read More