By Adam Hoge- MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — My time at the Senior Bowl is up, but after seeing four practices and having nearly 48 hours to talk to scouts, agents and team representatives, there are […]
The college football season is just a few weeks into the offseason, but the 2014 schedule has already been released as teams chase a berth in the first college football playoff.
By Adam Hoge MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — Senior Bowl veterans will tell you that Day 2 is always cleaner than Day 1. The reality of college all-star games is that players are working with unfamiliar […]
By Adam Hoge- MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) — I’ll be spending the early part of this week in Mobile, Ala. where top seniors around the country will gather to impress NFL scouts. By now, you probably […]
On pure size alone, former University of Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson should be a top NFL prospect at the Senior Bowl this week. But with Henderson, there’s much more to the story that makes him arguably the biggest boom or bust player in the 2014 NFL Draft.
By Adam Hoge MOBILE, Ala. (CBS) —The two Senior Bowl practices Monday had a very different feel, and not just because the weather changed. The South team practiced in the early afternoon with the sun […]
Former University of Miami offensive lineman Malcolm Bunche has found a new school to finish his college football career, the University of California at Los Angeles.
Duke Johnson was the Miami Hurricanes’ primary offensive weapon last year until he fractured his ankle against the eventual national champion Florida State Seminoles. Fans hoping to catch a glimpse of him this spring are likely out luck though.
The University of Alabama is searching for a new offensive coordinator and may turn to a coach with quite an infamous reputation, though the school has a history of doing that with head coach Nick Saban.
Charlie Strong was considered a coach of integrity and class while at the University of Louisville. Apparently the Cardinals have decided to go to the opposite end of the spectrum for its next coach.