Tom Dundon was briefly viewed as the saving force of the fledgling Alliance of American Football League when he vowed to commit $250 million bucks to the cause after the second week of the season. But now, Dundon may have simply been the league's death knell.
We are now just days away from the 2019 NFL Combine, which will once again be held at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis. As April’s NFL Draft draws closer, the Combine gives the 32 competing teams a chance to look at specific skills – ranging from the 40-yard dash to the vertical jump. Let’s take a look at some of the standout names attending this year’s event.
Iowa State should have one of the most talented teams in school history. The Cyclones will also be without two of the most gifted players they've ever had in wide receiver Hakeem Butler and running back David Montgomery.
The Clemson Tigers were the best team in college football last year, putting the Alabama Crimson Tide to the sword in the National Championship game. Heading into the contest as slight favorites, Clemson produced a dominant performance against Nick Saban’s men – eventually running out 44-16 winners in front of a jubilant Levi’s Stadium crowd.
CFP founder Dave Congrove is a voting member in the FWAA-NFF Super 16 Football Poll, as well as the College Football Hall Of Fame, Fred Biletnikoff Award, Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, Ray Guy Award, plus Maxwell and Bednarik Awards.
He's also a nominating member for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Outland Trophy, and the FWAA All-America Team
Trent Richardson has scored all 6 Birmingham Iron touchdowns on the season and the club improved to 3-0 with a 28-12 win over win-less Atlanta.
After the furor of the Super Bowl, American football usually takes a well-earned and much-needed seven-month break. However, in 2019, this hiatus only lasted around a week due to the advent of the Alliance of American Football league.
Ohio State quarterback Matthew Baldwin has signaled his intention to transfer
It's just football, and that's a great start.
Seven Athletes Set to Announce College Decisions Live on ESPN Networks
Every year, college football fans are eager to discover how well, or how badly, their team is expected to perform in the upcoming season. Magazines such as Phil Steele, Athlon's and Lindy's hit the newsstands as early as Memorial Day weekend, and a few of the top college football websites also offer their predictions. A ton of research and effort goes into the mix.
In 2019, the Congrove Computer Rankings will celebrate its' 27th year of accurate picks and team rankings.
The rankings began with the 1993 season. CollegeFootballPoll.com launched 6 years later and will be celebrating its' 21st anniversary.
Blame the calendar, but virtually everything in college football in 2019 will run a week behind.
Congrats North Dakota State! 38-24 win over Eastern Washington delivers 7th FCS Championship in 8 seasons. HC Chris Klieman ties Jim Tressel for most FCS title with 4 as he leaves for Kansas State. #CFP
Maxwell Football Club President, Mark Dianno, announced that Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has been selected as the winner of the 60th Bert Bell Professional Player of the Year Award, and that the Chiefs Andy Reid has been chosen as the winner of the 30th Greasy Neale Professional Coach of the Year Award.