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NCAAF College Football Playoff & Bowl Predictions

The NCAAF 2017 regular season has come to a close, and the playoffs are just around the corner. We will be going over the top match-ups of these bowl games, and giving our predictions for each game. Capitol One Orange Bowl : #6 Wisconsin Badgers VS #10 Miami Hurricanes Elsio’s Take: I believe Wisconsin will take […]

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The Athletes Hub Podcast: Episode 6

Welcome to The Athletes Hub Podcast! A series of topics are at hand, and the debate subjects vary among sports. In this episode, you can view the following: Click here to watch the full podcast: Should Teddy Bridgewater get his job back from the Minnesota Vikings? (Miles Hill vs Devon Withers vs Josh Hiltner) (1:14-19:35) Are […]

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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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Who Should Cleveland Draft With #1 Pick?

With a 27-24 loss in overtime to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Browns find themselves back to the drawing board as they will enter the 2017 NFL draft with the #1 overall pick. Back in the 2016 NFL Draft, we saw Cleveland trade the #2 overall pick away to the Philadelphia Eagles, which resulted in the […]

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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 Firing Les Miles Was a Mistake

The LSU Tigers are off to a 2-2 start, the worst start through four games under Les Miles, and have fired the head coach.  LSU fans had been calling for the head of their head coach for a while now. Miles has set a winning tradition down for LSU, but has still been let go. […]

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Tennessee’s Keys to Beating Florida

The make or break week is coming up for the Tennessee Volunteers. They have gotten their three “easy” games out of the way, and now they have a 4-game gauntlet that goes Florida (At home), Georgia (On the road), Texas A&M (On the road), then Alabama (At Home). We all know how long it’s been since […]

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Will Tennessee Be Able To Rebound? 

Friday kicked off the first official night of college football, and Tennessee was ranked in the Top 10 for the first time in a little under 10 years. Everything was supposed to go great, considering their “inferior” opponent in App State. It was a home game, and all the hype is there, but it didn’t go […]

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Titans Finalize Contracts with 6 Rookies, Derrick Henry Among Names

On Monday, May 9th, the Tennessee Titans finalized rookie contracts with 6 of 10 draft picks from this year’s draft. The names headlining the picks that signed are 2nd round picks Austin Johnson (defensive lineman, Penn State) and Derrick Henry (Running Back, Alabama). Among those 2 are  receiver Tajae Sharpe (5th round, 140thoverall), CB LeShaun Sims (5th round, 157th overall), […]

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