Justin Michael discusses a wild weekend of college football. Throughout the episode he goes over the state of the Big-12, which league is the frontrunner to produce the national champion, and who the best G5 teams in America are right now. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Justin Michael continues the conversation of the Mountain West playing football this fall and lays out the five college football games he’s most excited for on Saturday. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
Justin Michael and Henry Chisholm discuss Saturday’s news from the Washington Post regarding conversations between medical professionals and a group of concerned SEC players. Later in the episode, Justin and Henry talk about their excitement for the NBA and NHL bubbles. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Mike Bobo may no longer be the head coach of the Colorado State Rams but it’s clear that he is still beloved by many. Since Bobo’s dismissal in early December, the Rams have already lost five players to transfer, including most recently Collin Hill and Adam Prentice — both of which are following their former head…...
If the Broncos want to add an impact player on the defensive line in the draft, Florida’s Caleb Brantley could be their man in the second round.
If the Broncos decide to draft Jarrad Davis they would be adding a leader who plays with a nasty attitude in the middle of an already great defense.
As one of the best linebackers in the draft, would it make sense for the Broncos to select Zach Cunningham, even though he wouldn’t be a natural fit?
While it’s highly unlikely Leonard Fournette would fall to No. 20 overall, would he be the third weapon the Broncos’ offense so desperately needs?
In a deep defensive line class, the Broncos could boost their run defense in the second to third round with the addition of the talented Montravius Adams.
Espn draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. released his mock draft 2.0 this morning. Kiper has Denver going with inside linebacker Denzel Perryman from Miami with the 28th overall pick in the draft. Perryman ranked second in the ACC each of the last two season’s in solo tackles. Here are some highlights of Denzel destroying opposing running backs. Perryman impressed scouts at…...