Tag: NCAA Football

Josh Booty: The Forgotten Two-Sport Athlete

One of the hardest things to do in sports is making it to the highest level of their sport, respectively. The percentage of minor league ballplayers that  make it to the Major Leagues is an abysmal 0.5%, while the amount of NCAA football players that make it to the NFL is just a slightly better

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Joshua Dobbs: The 2017 NFL Draft Dark Horse 

Now that a majority of free agency has passed, there is one more big event before football fans can start gearing up for the NFL season. That event? The NFL Draft. With every draft, there are the players that are rated high, meaning they have the potential to live up to the hype. There are

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Tennessee Volunteers vs Missouri Tigers: Preview, Prediction, and more!

This Saturday, a vital SEC East showdown is taking place as the Missouri Tigers come into Knoxville to face the Tennessee Volunteers, who must win to keep their SEC Championship Game hopes alive. Will Missouri land the upset in Neyland? Will Tennessee continue to take care of business in order to get to the SEC

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Should the NCAA expand the playoffs?

The talk of college football lately has been this new playoff system. It was first implemented 2 seasons ago and of course like most new things started out small. In this case, it started with only 4 teams making the playoffs. That was sufficient enough while it was testing the waters, but not anymore. Keeping

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Why 2016 is Tennessee’s Year

With college football, and football in general, coming back soon, it’s never too early to start predicting who is going to win the championship. That’s what we’re doing here at Athlete’s Hub, so who is our pick to win the NCAA championship in football? The Tennessee Volunteers. Yes, the same Volunteers who didn’t even make

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