NCAA Clearinghouse Registration Guidelines and Information

December 29, 2012

NCAA Clearinghouse Registration Guidelines and Information   NCAA Clearinghouse Registration has recently been called the NCAA Eligibility Center. Indeed, registering for the NCAA clearinghouse is a favoured notion among sports talents who dreams that one day, they will become eligible to play college sports. So popular is the idea that in a recent study, it […]

Penn State Football Vs. Joe Pa

January 16, 2012

Welcome back to ATCFWT, the ultimate destination for all the college football drama of the week, provided exclusively to you by scoutme. In volume one, we weighed in on conference realignment, while in two and three updated you about new developments. Volume four was highlighted with the possibility of Boise State playing for the Big […]

As the College Football World Turns Vol. VII: For the Love of College Football

November 4, 2011

Welcome back to ATCFWT, the ultimate destination for all the college football drama of the week, provided exclusively to you by scoutme. In volume one, we weighed in on college football’s bout with conference realignment, while in two and three updated you about new developments in college football. Volume four was highlighted with the possibility […]

As The College Football World Turns Vol. VI: London Bridge is Falling Down

October 28, 2011

Welcome back to ATCFWT, the ultimate destination for all the college football drama of the week, provided exclusively to you by www.scoutme.com. In volume one (http://www.scoutme.com/football/as-the-world-turns-the-soap-opera-of-conference-realignment/) we weighed in on conference realignment, while in two (http://www.scoutme.com/football/as-the-world-turns-lunch-time-politics-volume-ii-2/) and three (http://www.scoutme.com/football/as-the-world-turns-vol-iii-the-school-of-hard-knocks/) updated you about new developments. Volume four (http://www.scoutme.com/football/as-the-college-football-world-turns-vol-iv-musical-chairs/) was highlighted with the possibility of Boise State […]

As The World Turns: Lunch Time Politics Volume II

October 6, 2011

I never had the cool lunches in elementary school. My Dad always made sure I was properly fed, but he never saw any intelligence in getting me Lunchables. He worked almost seven days a week, so the dream of a weekly drop off of a Happy Meal that one of my friends got, was not […]

Football Student Athletes Get Paid? NCAA Say’s “No”!

September 24, 2011

Unfortunately for the NCAA, student athletes aren’t paid due to their status as students. Universities don’t consider student athletes as university employees that are paid per performance. However, I shouldn’t say that they don’t get anything for representing the university. Some students get grants up to $100,000 for their team participation. Now I don’t know […]

Trouble in Paradise: The effects of the NCAA crack down on athletic departments

September 23, 2011

When I see a 6’6″ quarterback who can throw a receiver open and escape any type of blitz thrown at him, I can’t help but hope that he will wear a Raiders uniform one sweet day. Terrelle Pryor made my dream a reality when Al Davis chose him in the supplemental draft. The situation that […]

Follow the Money: Why conference realignment can mean the end of the B.C.S.

September 23, 2011

I was in a deep sleep when my better half shook me out of my slumber. “ESPN just said Texas may go to the PAC-12 or the ACC.” She could’ve told me aliens were attacking; I had no intention in getting up at six in the morning. She couldn’t wrap her mind around her grandmother’s […]

Pay for Play: Why paying college athletes will and never should happen

September 23, 2011

The mood will be somber, as the presidents of hundreds of college programs will announce that football players couldn’t come to an agreement with their schools. A numbness will sweep the sports world as they announce that athletes will be locked out, losing all six figure stipends and their scholarships. The Horse Shoe, the Rose […]

The Football Basics

September 21, 2011

You might think you know all the rules and regulation to football or don’t want to have to explain the football basics to your family or friends. So here is a breakdown of the basics of football. First we’ll start with the players. Each team is allowed to have 11 players on the field at […]

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