This weekend is undoubtedly a big game for both Georgia and Missouri, but more-so for Missouri, and for good reason. Ever since the SEC schedule was r...
In the South, football season is our favorite part of the year.
As you head into your next strategic planning season, maybe you and your team can think about a few questions raised by a jock's story.
I have one simple request as we move forward with the season, and it is this: Please, please don't let teams play rematches in bowl games, and most importantly, do not let that happen in the BCS National Championship Game.
Bad news. The NFL season begins tomorrow and no talks are scheduled with locked out officials.
If the thud of the blocked field goal in last year's game haunted my once peaceful dreams, I couldn't imagine what it must have done for the guy who kicked it. This week during practice, I jokingly asked our kicker Sean if he wanted the game to come down to a field goal again. He smiled.
The Penn State blue ribbon represents a grassroots effort created by two ordinary students that seeks to prioritize the protection of victims and the prevention of future sex abuse and negligence.
Football season is just around the corner, and with it comes a classic tradition: tailgating. If you're new to the process or you're just looking to step up your game, you might not know where to start, but here are eight tips to get you started.
This week kicks off a new college football season, my favorite time of the year. So much hard work and dedication goes into preparing a team for that first game -- and for the fans, the start of college football brings a renewed pride in their school.
Everyone in America is predicting Missouri to have a rough time adjusting to the SEC style of football. So, how will Missouri fair in the big bad SEC? I'm not worried at all.
My goal was set from a young age: to become a Division I football player. No questions and no exceptions. It may seem like a world of pressure to some, but for me, it was all I could think and dream about.
I feel for those who have given their lives to making the university a great place only to have the name tarnished in this way and it sucks for the current students and athletes, but what was the alternative?
In the current system, college coaches and athletic departments are almighty while the players are often treated as cogs in a massive money making machine.
The two tragedies seemed completely disconnected. Different crimes. Different places. Different victims. But they actually have one thing in common. Denial. By us.
Following the NCAA's independent investigation into the widespread cover-up of child sexual abuse by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, the governing body of U.S. college sports has imposed unprecedented sanctions against Penn State University. Did they go too far?
It might be easier to remove the statue altogether. But it would be even better to keep the statue and change the message.