Day: February 21, 2018

Cris Carter message to Snacks Harrison: ‘The most talented WR we’ve ever seen is Randy Moss’

February 21, 2018

Feb 21, 2018 at 9:10a ET In his reaction to New York Giants’ Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison saying Odell Beckham Jr. is the ‘greatest talent we have seen at WR in the NFL’, Cris Carter gives a history lesson on the most talented WRs in the NFL ans explains how Randy Moss and Jerry Rice are […]

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Ryan Leaf provides NFL Draft analysis and shares his story | THE HERD (FULL INTERVIEW)

February 21, 2018

May 2, 2017 at 12:13p ET Ryan Leaf joined Colin Cowherd to discuss his take on top prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft. More The Herd With Colin Cowherd Videos Colin Cowherd predicts the top 10 picks for the 2018 NFL Draft 1 hr ago Colin Cowherd: ‘Today is LeBron Day in America’ 3 hours […]

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Colin Cowherd gives five reasons the New York Giants need to draft a QB

February 21, 2018

Feb 21, 2018 at 12:36p ET In his reaction to reports that the New York Giants will not draft a QB with the 2nd overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft, Colin Cowherd gives five reason why it will be a mistake to pass on Josh Rosen with the 2nd draft pick. Show Transcript Hide […]

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Shannon Sharpe on GSW: ‘When you’ve got 2 of the 5 best players in the NBA what do you got to fear?’

February 21, 2018

Feb 21, 2018 at 11:26a ET Shannon Sharpe disposes of the notion that the Golden State Warriors have anything to worry about after returning from the All-Star Break. Show Transcript Hide Transcript – Be fine. Steve, let me coach. Hell, you let Andre Iguodala coach, let me get some of that against the Suns. Skip, […]

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Colin Cowherd predicts the top 10 picks for the 2018 NFL Draft

February 21, 2018

Feb 21, 2018 at 1:37p ET Colin Cowherd breaks down how he believes the first 10 picks on the NFL Draft will shake out. Find out who he thinks will go number one. Show Transcript Hide Transcript – You cannot go to work thinking Josh Allen from Wyoming, who completes 56% of his throws in […]

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Dan Mullen, NCAA Named in Lawsuit Stemming from Ole Miss Investigation

February 21, 2018

Rob Foldy/Getty Images The NCAA and University of Florida head football coach Dan Mullen, who previously served in the same role at Mississippi State, were named in a lawsuit filed Tuesday by Rebel Rags, a retail store in Oxford, Mississippi, related to an NCAA investigation into Ole Miss’ football program. Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports […]

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College Football Players Who Will Benefit the Most from New Head Coaches

February 21, 2018

College Football Players Who Will Benefit the Most from New Head Coaches 0 of 9 Steven Branscombe/Getty Images College football had its share of coaching changes following a 2017 season that saw a lot of former blue bloods fall on some forgettable times.  There were also some Power Five coaches who accepted jobs at other […]

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Zion Williamson blocked a shot so hard it flew deep into the stands

February 21, 2018

This Zion block was so nasty it looks like they put special effects on the ball. pic.twitter.com/Ji8evYyUHC — Drew Ruiz (@DrewRuiz90) February 21, 2018 Top-rated high school recruit and Duke Blue Devils commit Zion Williamson has provided us with some amazing plays on both sides of the ball during his brief career. The 6’7 high-flyer […]

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Vacating wins is stupid

February 21, 2018

Louisville is college basketball’s national champion for 2013. That is a known fact. Everyone watched the games. Louisville won six in a row in the NCAA tournament, and all of them were nationally televised. Their “One Shining Moment”video is still on YouTube, along with many other highlights from the spring of Russ Smith and Peyton […]

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Louisville’s national championship memories won’t go away. Neither will the shame

February 21, 2018

Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports “What color are the good guys wearing?” This was the question a father and his two teenage sons were asked approximately one billion times inside a small house on Colonel Drive in Louisville, KY in the late 1980s. Sometimes the good guys wore red, other times they wore white, on the […]

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