Peyton Ramsey and the IU Quarterback Controversy

By Ryan Draghi The steps in becoming an elite college football program are onerous and often intricate. It seems college football has arguably the most parity in any sport at any level since “non-elite” programs often make runs to the College football playoff like Washington and Michigan State. Optimistically, any team can pull off a … More Peyton Ramsey and the IU Quarterback Controversy

Defying Odds

By Ryan Draghi In 2016, 72,788 NCAA athletes participated in college football, but only an estimated 1.6 percent of these players moved on to compete at the professional level. Indiana wide receiver Mitchell Paige hopes to join this minority group in the 2017 NFL Draft next April. Although he is projected to go undrafted next … More Defying Odds

Tom Allen is the Coach the Hoosiers Need

By Kevin Besser First Year Defensive Coordinator Allen was promoted to head coach on December 1 following Kevin Wilson’s “resignation.” Allen is a true Hoosier. He grew up in Oxford, IN and coached Indianapolis powerhouse Ben Davis High School, Wabash College, and now just finished his first year in Bloomington. Allen has succeeded everywhere he … More Tom Allen is the Coach the Hoosiers Need

Heisman Reaction- Jackson Takes the Hardware

By Ryan Wonsowicz Everyone’s suspicions were confirmed on the night of December 10, 2016. Lamar Jackson of the Louisville Cardinals took home the Heisman Trophy, awarded to the best player in all of college football. Jackson was the overwhelming favorite coming into the ceremony, and he emerged as an overwhelming victor. He garnered 2,114 points … More Heisman Reaction- Jackson Takes the Hardware