Today's Insider – College Football News
When Clemson QB Cole Stoudt puts on pads, it’s normally because he’s about to take the field to play football. But today, Stoudt’s mission is to prank his teammates. The Clemson Tigers media team posted a video on YouTube that
Position Preview: Special Teams Key players lost: Phillip Doumar (LS) and Kenny Shaw (PR) Key Players Returning: Roberto Aguayo (K), Cason Beatty (P), Kermit Whitfield (KR) and Karlos Williams (KR) Key Newcomers: Brian Crews (P) and Stephen Gabbard (LS) Biggest question entering 2014: Can Florida
The college football season is nearly here. These facts and numbers will keep you busy until it starts.
Florida State News: New Facilities Unveiled Since the 2013 football season ended Florida State’s team facilities have undergone a massive renovation. Pictures have been leaking out over twitter for the last few months, but today the nearly completed renovation
Florida State News: 4 Freshmen release rap video Florida State has one of the better music schools in the country. Based on their new music video it does not look like freshmen Demarcus Christmas, Derrick Nnadi, Lorenzo Featherston and Jacob
Position Preview: Quarterbacks Key Player Lost: Jacob Coker Key Players Returning: John Franklin III, Sean Maguire and Jameis Winston Key Newcomer: J.J. Cosentino Biggest question entering 2014: Who will be the backup quarterback? Last summer the headlines out of Tallahassee were dominated by
We know that Urban Meyer left the Florida Gators four years ago, but it seems that Gator fans still haven’t gotten over the break up. Well, Mrs. Meyer has a special message for those fans and it’s pretty harsh.
Jimbo Fisher was on ESPN’s First Take Monday morning and much of the conversation revolved around quarterback Jameis Winston. When asked about Winston playing baseball and football at the same time, Fisher says he loves that. Baseball teaches adversity
Position Preview: Tight Ends Key Players Lost: None Key Players Returning: Jeremy Kerr, Kevin Haplea and Nick O’Leary Key Newcomers: Ryan Izzo and Mavin Sanders Biggest question entering 2014: Can Nick O’Leary repeat his 2013 performance? Nick O’Leary burst onto the
Great traditions, fan bases, and teams collide in 2014 in games you don't get to see very often, if ever.