New England’s offensive coordinator says he’s happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.
At Mississippi State, this week is an opportunity to prove to the college football world their bubble is not easy to pop. Mississippi State has won at LSU. They have handled defending SEC champion Auburn. They are ranked number one in the country, yet they still have something to prove.
Although he’s sidelined with a fractured leg for the season, that didn’t stop Drake from making waves with what he packed into his injury scooter’s basket.
Peyton Manning wants to clear up a couple of things about his recent visit to Tuscaloosa, Ala., that raised eyebrows at NFL headquarters and the hackles of some Tennessee fans.
Of the six coaches who were fired at the end of this season, each of them had quarterbacks with a quarterback rating placing them in the bottom half of the league.
The architect of the most prolific offense in NFL history is postponing any interviews with other teams until Denver’s season is over.
It is fitting that the Iron Bowl finally gets to play this kind of role in the SEC, and it is a shock it has not happened like this before. Since the addition of a conference championship game in the SEC in 1992, Alabama and Auburn have never been quite this good in the same season.
Heavy underdog Colorado State (1-2) goes to Alabama Saturday night, with No. 21 Mississippi awaiting for another Southeastern Conference showdown.
Both Alabama and Ohio State are regarded as monstrously strong this year. Which coach will walk away with the most wins?
Maybe new Rams coach Jim McElwain has already changed the culture and attitude in Fort Collins. It’s not Alabama, where he was an assistant, but that’s just the way McElwain likes it.