Photo via: sportingnews.com Speculation on the future of the Dutch winger Memphis Depay has been booming recently. Following confirmation on the talks from manager Ronald Koeman and Memphis himself, a move to the club would not be much of a surprise. Further rumors also heated up after the Everton official twitter account posted a tweet about Memphis and the Dutch national team’s World Cup Qualifying … Continue reading Memphis to Make the Move to Everton?
Photo Credit: ESPN (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos) Week 11 Record: 16-7 2016 Season Record: 167-45 #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-0), 51, Mississippi State Bulldogs (4-6), 3 Iowa Hawkeyes (6-4), 14, #2 Michigan Wolverines (9-1), 13 Pittsburgh Panthers (6-4), 43, #3 Clemson Tigers (9-1), 42 #20 Southern California Trojans (7-3), 26, #4 Washington Huskies (9-1), 13 #5 Ohio State Buckeyes (9-1), 62, Maryland Terrapins (5-5), 3 #6 Louisville Cardinals (9-1), 44, Wake Forest Demon … Continue reading Week 11 NCAA Football Top 25 Scores
Photo Credit: ESPN For the first time since Saturday, October 19th, 1985, the college football teams ranked #2, #3, and #4 in the country have fallen on the same day. The #2 Clemson Tigers started off the madness by dropping a home game to the Pittsburgh Panthers by a score of 43-42. The #4 Washington Huskies followed that up by dropping a home game of … Continue reading Teams Ranked #2, #3, and #4 Fall On Same Day for First Time Since 1985
Photo Credit: Philly The Philadelphia Eagles went 7-9 last season under head coach Chip Kelly, even though a lot of analysts such as Mel Kiper and Adam Schefter predicted that the Eagles would win their first Super Bowl in franchise history. To say that they blew it is an understatement. Chip Kelly got rid of players like Desean Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, and Nick … Continue reading The Future of the Eagles