These three quarterbacks have the opportunity to make a name or rewrite the narrative for themselves this season.
Several schools are in the midst of significant conference changes — and some of the changes are truly mind-boggling.
“Over 1,000 days after a crippling injury, and being told he would never walk again, Florida State quarterback McKenzie Milton defied the odds setting up consecutive touchdowns and taking ninth-ranked Notre Dame to overtime.”
“On Aug. 29, ESPN was preparing for an exciting high school football matchup between IMG Academy and Bishop Sycamore, but what followed left the audience, broadcasters and workers of ESPN confused on what they just witnessed.”
“After 17 seasons in the NFL, Larry Fitzgerlad has nothing left to prove after an all-time great career.”
Buckle up, basketball bros, and get ready to learn a thing or two about sports.
Butler grad Scott Drew leads Baylor to a National Championship after an 86-70 dismantling of previously unbeaten Gonzaga.
With multiple young stars looking to take the next step to league MVP, Fernando Tatis is the heir apparent to the next greatest thing in baseball.
At the NFL’s midseason, the teams who will be battling for the Lombardi and those battling for the number one pick are becoming clear.
Tampa Bay rookie takes the baseball world by storm with his explosion on offense during the 2020 postseason. BRIAN COONEY | SPORTS REPORTER | firstname.lastname@example.org Tampa Bay Rays’ outfielder Randy Arozarena’s breakout performance in the 2020 MLB playoffs could be the greatest postseason run of all time and could jumpstart the 25-year-old Cuban’s potential superstar…