Some of the best teams in the nation feature an outstanding group of linebackers like Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State and Stanford.
If any of Oregon, Florida State, Ohio State or Baylor are undefeated at the end of the season, the deserve to be in the BCS national championship ahead of a one-loss Alabama.
The Tigers and Red Raiders are national-title contenders as long as they remain among the undefeated, but their schedules are about to get a whole lot tougher.
College football fans are the biggest winners when they’re able to watch Johnny Manziel, Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston excel at the quarterback position.
Wisconsin can learn a lesson from Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians in learning to hand the ball to the official when learning to run the two-minute drill.
The Crimson Tide will roll into College Station looking for payback from the game that catapulted Manziel to the Heisman Trophy last year.
With rookie orientation camp set to take place this weekend in Green Bay, Cheesehead TV takes a look at the newcomers to the Packers organization.
Courtesy of PredictionMachine.com, we’re able to see what kind of numbers Datone Jones, Eddie Lacy and company can be expected to put up in 2013.
The Iowa product and Packers sixth-round draft choice answered questions in a pre-NFL Draft interview.
A position-by-position breakdown takes a look at where the Green Bay Packers stand heading into the 2013 season now that the NFL Draft is over.
Brian Carriveau and Max Ginsberg discuss how the outside linebacker from Illinois State will fit in on the Green Bay Packers defense.
Brian Carriveau and Zach Kruse discuss the Packers’ newest additions on the defensive side of the football, Iowa’s Micah Hyde and Mississippi State’s Josh Boyd.
Brian Carriveau and “Pigskin” Paul breakdown the newest additions to the Packers offense, linemen David Bakhtiari and J.C. Tretter as well as running back Johnathan Franklin.
While at the NFL Combine, Packers first round draft pick Datone Jones shared his brief thoughts on UCLA teammate Johnathan Franklin, the running back whom the Packers made a fourth round draft choice on Saturday. Said Jones… “Johnathan Franklin is a great guy, great guy to be around. He’s a high-character guy, and he’s a [...]
From Greg Van Roten to Matt Birk to Kevin Boothe, the Ivy League has done a good job placing offensive linemen in the NFL. Cornell’s J.C. Tretter will be the next.
If you think the Packers lost out on getting West Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey on Friday, you’re lambasting Ted Thompson. But if you love 10 Day 3 draft picks, you’re praising him.
The Packers currently have 10 picks on Day 3 of the NFL Draft. Brian Carriveau and “Jersey” Al Bracco discuss their options.
Brian Carriveau and Jayme Joers break down the Packers’ selection of the Alabama running back in Friday’s second round.