Aldon Smith Arrested For Violating Court Monitoring Conditions

By Garrett Pelto I'm disappointed to write that Aldon Smith, seventh-overall pick by the 49ers in the 2011 NFL Draft and recently released by the Raiders, has been arrested again according to SFgate.com. Smith has been arrested three times in the last two months. First arrest was on March 3 for bodily injury, false imprisonment and vandalism.... Continue Reading →

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After Saquon Barkley’s Impressive Combine, Who Will Make Him Their Feature Running Back?

By Garrett Pelto The Nittany Lions' best player, running back Saquon Barkley, is one of the most well-known names in NCAA College Football. As he should be. Barkely was the leader in the Heisman race for majority of the year, until the Nittany Lions lost back-to-back games against Big 10 rivals, Ohio St. and Michigan... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl 52 from a Patriots Fan

By: Spencer Nixon Via The Michigan Journal As a football fan, Super Bowl 52 was everything you could hope for and more. Leading up to the game there was plenty to talk about, a backup quarterback leading a team of underdogs against a juggernaut that has dominated the NFL for nearly two decades. People were... Continue Reading →

Dan the Man with No Plan

By Keith McDonald Photo via Getty Images If you’re anything like me, you can’t remember a Washington Redskins team that wasn’t controlled by a greed-driven, power hungry owner. I’m talking, of course, about the one and only Daniel M. Snyder. The businessman that bought my beloved Redskins in 1999 never coached, scouted or even played... Continue Reading →

Shalieve

By Garrett Pelto If you followed any of the 2017 NFL season, you probably lost a favorite player to some injury. Whether it was Odell Beckham Jr. and his broken ankle, J.J. Watt and his tibial plateau fracture, Eric Berry and his ruptured Achilles tendon, Richard Sherman and his Achilles tendon, David Johnson and his dislocated... Continue Reading →

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