Players make plays. But who have the ten most important players been in Steve Spurrier's tenure in Columbia?
QB Geno Smith will run a new system for Gang Green. WR Devin Smith will not return kicks on special teams. And more connections to articles about the New York Jets and the NFL.
This is two one-legged men entering an ass-kicking contest, but at least Indiana comes in with a crutch because of Tevin Coleman.
Indiana had Ohio State on the ropes for the better part of four quarters, until Jalin Marshall happened.
The Bucket is captive in Bloomington. Can Purdue get it back or will Indiana keep it in consecutive seasons for the first time in 20 years?
The recruiting calendar has already flipped to the class of 2015 but with little news and about three months until the start of the season. We continue our look back at the 2014 class with a review...
The recruiting calendar has flipped to the class of 2015, but with things being a bit quiet we will be taking a look back at the 2014 haul. We're kicking things off today breaking down the future...
To me, anything between 7-5 and 11-1 is a distinct possibility. And please don't ask me to commit to either extreme.
After fielding the second best defensive backfield in the nation in 2011, the South Carolina Gamecocks will be charged with the task of replacing a great deal of NFL talent in 2012.
South Carolina's offense needs a couple of players to click if it hopes to take off this year. And getting the replacement for one of its top defenders to pay off wouldn't hurt.