Cam Newton and Terrelle Pryor’s careers have been clown mirror versions of one another. Slightly distorted but resemble one another in a prism. One was the #1 recruit in the nation. The other became the NFL’s #1 overall pick. Both were highly touted high school recruits out of high school but one was bigger. If ESPN’s 150 Recruiting Ranking was
The NFL lockout is entering its 94th day and although it appears a proposed deal over a new collective bargaining agreement has a chance of bringing the two sides together, the NFL’s players, owners and coaches aren’t helping with their list of ridiculous requests. “We Want Football!” but they’d like a few things of their own. Some of these requests
It’s been a rough year for Terrelle Pryor. At the beginning of this season he likely anticipated NFL scouts salivating over his 6’6 frame, and dual threat abilities as he collected a national championship ring while passing GO in Arizona. Remove Terrelle Pryor from the previous sentence and that’s what Cam Newton has accomplished this season. Unfortunately, Cam Newton has
While the nation’s been keyed in on Boise State chasing history as the first non-AQ team to play for a BCS national championship, Division I-AA/FCS teams expanded the landscape of purity with 4 wins over BCS programs. I ended last week’s column on Boise State’s epic win over Virginia Tech with this small scheduling announcement: “This weekend, the Broncos rest.