By Calvin Kamrath In case you forgot, meet Shaun Alexander. One of the best backs in the league for a short period of time, Shaun played for the Seattle Seahawks for most of his career. However, he shouldn’t of, but we’ll get to that in just a sec. Shaun grew up in Florence, Kentucky (see… Continue reading IN CASE YOU FORGOT: Shaun “The Great” Alexander
By Calvin Kamrath This is a new series I'm debuting highlighting the forgotten stars of the past. Much more to come! Dan Issel, for those who don’t know, was a legendary player for the University of Kentucky. Underneath one of the most unknown college coaches, Adolph Rupp, who is a legend in his own right.… Continue reading IN CASE YOU FORGOT: Dan “The Horse” Issel
By Calder Barnard Every year, in nearly every sport, there is that age old question for the teams that are no longer in contention for a title: Do you tank for a better draft pick, or do you keep going all out and play hard for the fans?With so many big time players coming out… Continue reading “Tanks” For Nothing…
By Christopher Wimsatt For me the simple answer is: Yes. You maybe sitting there saying, "Chris, how can a 19 year old kid be the greatest rookie in nba history?!?" The answer is simple. Coming into the draft, he was one of the most hyped prospects of recent memory from his time over seas, dominating… Continue reading Is Luka The Greatest Rookie Ever?
At 10:07 PM last night, The Godfather asked the Four Guys a simple question: WHY DO WE LIKE SPORTS??? Lots of people like sports for aesthetic reasons. This is more obvious in sports that are judged, such as figure skating and gymnastics, but even in football, people will describe a “beautiful play.” I believe that… Continue reading Why Do You Love Sports?
This experiment was tedious. It took forever. Sifting over 63 past drafts for hours in a dimly lit room, with nothing but a phone and a chicken sandwich for company, changes a man. But I decided to do this experiment to see how often GMs have gotten the draft right. As it turns out, they’re… Continue reading Who Should Have Been The #1 Pick In Every Draft Since 1956
1. Alabama Crimson Tide 2. Clemson Tigers 3. Ohio State Buckeyes 4. Georgia Bulldogs 5. Oklahoma Sooners 6. Wisconsin Badgers 7. Auburn Tigers 8. Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9. Washington Huskies 10. Penn State Nittany Lions 11. Miami Hurricanes 12. Michigan Wolverines 13. Michigan State Spartans 14. USC Trojans 15. Stanford Cardinals 16. UCF Knights… Continue reading Four Guys Top 25 College Football Rankings (Brandon Taylor)