Key Pirate Voyages: Hampton’s 5 Most Crucial Games in 2014

Hampton Pirates Football 2014

It’s been two seasons since the Hampton Pirates finished their season with a winning record. After going 3-7 in 2012, coach Donovan Rose was given a chance to right the Pirates’ ship. While his team showed improvement, three losses by exactly three points earned the Pirates a 4-8 record. This lack of success resulted in […]

NCAAF 2013 Preview: (6) Miami Hurricanes vs (3) Florida State Seminoles

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Tonight, one of college football’s best rivalries rekindles some of its old allure as Miami travels north to Tallahassee to take on Florida State in a matchup of undefeated ACC teams. This game doesn’t just have big ACC implications on the line, it’s a national title-eliminator game by all accounts, making it the biggest game […]

Grant Reed: Ohio State Fan Names Cancer "Michigan" And Beats It

As someone who has had family members and friends die of cancer and who has a younger cousin battling the disease, I have experienced what it can do to families and to its victims. Research has come up with some experimental cures, for instance using modified HIV virus to attack cancer cells. But it is […]

Jeff Driskel: Florida QB Signs With Boston Red Sox

The Florida Gators have a conundrum at quarterback, and it might cost them later on. Alex Speier of WEEI is reporting that Gators quarterback Jeff Driskel has signed a contract with the Boston Red Sox. Driskel is known more for his play at quarterback than on the diamond, but was still selected in the 29th […]

Zach Smith, USC Commit, Has Amazing Trick "Shots"

Zach Smith is committed to play long-snapper for USC come fall 2013. While the long snapper is one of the more unheralded positions in football, it is still a difficult position to play. This is mainly due to the fact that long snappers only get noticed when they perform poorly; from overthrowing, to misfiring, or […]

Rutgers Needs To Fire Julie Hermann…Now

It was only two months ago that Outside The Lines aired the now infamous video of then Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice throwing balls at his players and calling them inappropriate names. This video ended up getting Mike Rice and Tim Pernetti, the head athletic director at the time, fired. After a very short search […]

Joe Haden’s Younger Brother, Jonathan, Commits To Arizona

Friendship Collegiate Academy (Washington, D.C.) star athlete Jonathan Haden has committed to play for the Arizona Wildcats, multiple sources report. The 5-8, 185-pound four-star running back chose Arizona over offers from Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio State, Tennessee and West Virginia, among others. ESPN ranks Haden No. 30 overall at the running back position, but […]