Coach Steve Alford

When LaVar Ball climbed up to Mount Ball with his stone tablet to announce that LiAngelo Ball was leaving the UCLA program, there was a collective cheer from the masses. They were happy to see the most famous carnival barker get his comeuppance. That, I can understand. Like the Kardashians,Read More →

Nick Chubb running the ball against Ole Miss

From an on field and wagering perspective, we are starting to see what each team’s strengths and weaknesses are. Unfortunately, so does the line makers so expect the lines to be much tighter to the end result. This weekend we have four juicy games the pit ranked opponents against eachRead More →

Sunia Tauteoli

  Week two’s FWAA/Bronko Nagurski Defensive Player of the Week wen to Utah linebacker Sunia Tauteoli. In Utah’s 20-19 victory over BYU, Tauteoli had 2 interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), and 6 tackles including an assisted tackle on BYU’s 2 point conversion attempt with 18 seconds left. Photo Credit:Read More →

Week 1 has come and gone and the FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll has been released. The University of Houston jumped from 14th to 6th while Oklahoma fell from 3rd to 16th. Alabama Florida St. Clemson Ohio St. Michigan Houston Stanford Washington Georgia Texas Wisconsin Michigan St. TCU Tennessee Louisville OklahomaRead More →

Photo of DeShaun Watson -Photo Courtesy of Carl Ackerman

Entertainment Purposes Only takes a look at the lines for this weekend’s games and gives predictions. Stanford (-14) vs Kansas St. For the first time in what seems forever, Stanford will have a starting quarterback other than Andrew Luck or Kevin Hogan. After a battle during spring practices and trainingRead More →

NCAA Court Logo

ACC Notre Dame (+7) vs. North Carolina If there is a team that matches up well with North Carolina, it’s Notre Dame. The Irish beat them last season in the ACC Finals and beat them earlier in the season at South Bend. The Irish’s ability to spread UNC’s defense outRead More →

Pac 12 logo

Stanford (+2) vs Washington Both Stanford and Washington come into the Pac 12 tournament needing to find themselves. The Huskies have lost 6 of their last 8 games but one of their wins was an 11 point victory over Stanford. The Huskies are led by Andrew Andrews (no that’s notRead More →