Tag Archive | Big East
Vince Mullins joins Matt McCluskey on WNER 1410 ESPN Radio Watertown to learn more about our newest rankings – Talent Excess Budgeted Over Walkon (TEBOW) to help you with value based drafting for fantasy college football.
On July 1, college football’s ‘seismic geographic shift’ took place. The Big 10 added Nebraska becoming a league of 12 teams, while the Pac 10 shifted to the Pac 12 with the addition of Colorado and Utah. The Mountain West has made significant changes as well. Major changes across the board except for in the […]
Beef O’Brady’s Bowl – St. Petersburg, Fl – Tuesday Dec 21, 8pm on ESPN – Louisville (6-6) v. Southern Miss (8-4) Louisville Cardinals – Impact Player – RB Bilal Powell – Powell (right) is the biggest reason as to why first year head coach Charlie Strong was able to take his red birds to a bowl game. […]
As we did in the mid-season, with the unbelievably popular Big Easties, today we hand out the end of season Big Easties (we’re nothing if not creative)! In awards handed out earlier in the evening… Special Teams Player of the Year Big Easties – Returns – Lindsey Lamar – South Florida – Lamar returned two […]
With one more week to go in the regular season, the Big East is Connecticut’s to lose. The Huskies need a win at South Florida this weekend and Connecticut, only a few short years removed from D-1AA (now known as FCS) competition, will head to a BCS Bowl. Of course Connecticut has lost it’s fair […]
In this the season of Prelude to Christmas Shopping (which incidentally used to be known as Thanksgiving) I thought we would stop and give thanks for the blessings of fantasy Big East football. Yes, there have been fantasy players to be thankful for in the Big East. Without further delay, because I know the anticipation […]
Pittsburgh, West Virginia, and even Connecticut separated themselves on what I coined (rather successfully mind you) Step Up Saturday! Week 12 in the Big East was as big a weekend the conference has had all year. All eight league teams were in action against each other and, every game but one (the lone exception happened […]