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Cal name Maynard starting QB

May 15, 2011 by

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The Cal Bears have named transfer Zach Maynard to their starting quarterback position for the 2011-2012 season. The junior transfer from Buffalo was chosen after Cal’s spring practices. The 6’3, 190 pound lefty is expected to bring a dual-threat style to the QB position, something Cal has been missing for awhile. Coach Jeff Tedford had […]

Draft Sleepers

April 26, 2011 by

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Two years ago, Tom Williams took over the Yale head coaching position after a brief stint with the Jacksonville Jaguars and one of his first impressions was that rising Junior TE Chris Blohm was an NFL Caliber player. Not too many future NFL stars compete in the IVY League, but the former NFL coach had […]

Bay Area Football : 2012 Top Recruits

April 7, 2011 by

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Bart Houston 6-foot-4, 200 pounds QB De La Salle: While De La Salle is known for their veer offense, QB Bart Houston has displayed the deep arm strength to keep defenses guessing as well. This dual threat quarterback has led De La Salle to back to back state championships over the past two seasons. Houston […]

College Football’s Best Entrances / Fan Traditions

April 5, 2011 by

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I love college football for multiple reasons, the noise, the passion, the rowdiness, which all equals to an amazing atmosphere that NFL football really lacks. Here is my rundown of the best entrances and fan traditions : 1. Virginia Tech : Entrance to Enter Sandman – Nothing tops this in my opinion. 35,000 college students […]

UConn wins National Championship

April 5, 2011 by

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The NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship game did not live up to the rest of the madness. UConn put on a defensive display of excellence, while the Butler Bulldogs hit a lot of rim. Butler pulled a Game 7 Kobe performance (6-24) and shot 12 for 64 (18.8%, 9-33 from 3pt, only 2 points in […]

Santa Clara wins CIT Championship

April 4, 2011 by

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The Santa Clara University Men’s Basketball team pulled together 5 wins to end its’ season on a high note. For the first time in a long period, two Bay Area basketball teams were playing in postseason college hoops. USF joined the Broncos in the College Insider Tournament and were eventually outed by SCU in a […]

Team of the Tourney

April 3, 2011 by

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The 2011 edition of March Madness brought us a lot of good games and some amazing performances. After yesterday’s semifinals, the NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship game is set up and it features 8-seed, Butler University from the Horizon League taking on Big East tourney champs, the UConn Huskies. These teams have fought hard and […]