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Hard Foul Sports Podcast: Episode 37

Sammy Watkins was a one man offensive show helping the Bills spoil the Jets playoff chances. (Getty Images)

Sammy Watkins was a one man offensive show, torching Darrelle Revis and helping the Bills spoil the Jets playoff chances. (Getty Images)

In our first podcast of 2016, Mike, Steve and Evan talk about Bills/Jets, the recent stories surrounding Doug Whaley and potential roster moves that could be made in the offseason. We wrap up the show talking about the College Football National Championship Game between Alabama and Clemson and preview the start of the NFL playoffs.

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Is Chad Kelly a Heisman Contender? Ranking the Early Heisman Candidates

3 weekends of college football are in the books, and while some questions have been answered as to which teams are good and who’s not, plenty remain unanswered. The race for the Heisman Trophy is much of the same. Brian Wolf takes a look at his top 5 Heisman contenders through 3 weeks and some of the stories that have interested him so far.

Stud wideout Will Fuller has meshed well with backup QB DeShone Kizer (Getty Images)

Stud wideout Will Fuller has meshed well with backup QB DeShone Kizer (Getty Images)

#5 Will Fuller, WR Notre Dame

The 6’0″ junior from Philadelphia, PA is on pace for over 1,500 receiving yards and 20 plus touchdowns. Through three games, Fuller has 18 receptions for 397 yards and 5 touchdowns. With the season ending injury to quarterback Malik Zaire, look for DeShone Kizer to rely heavily on the All-American candidate during crucial moments the rest of the season. Continue reading

College Football: Week Two Preview

BYU celebrate after beating Nebraska on a Hail Mary. (Omaha.com)

BYU celebrate after an improbable win over Nebraska. (Omaha.com)

Week One came and went for college football. We saw Stanford go down on the road to Northwestern, BYU victorious on a Hail Mary from their backup quarterback, Chad Kelly played well against UT-Martin, and the defending national champions played alright against the only team that defeated them last season in Virginia Tech.

This weekend, we already have a game with playoff implications, power teams trying to regain elite status, and of course some unexpected oddities. It’s the early weeks like this one that often blow up the script and that is why we watch!

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College Football 2015: Top 5 Quarterbacks

– Brian Wolf

With the 2015 college football season just over a month away, it is time to take a look at the top five quarterbacks to watch out for. No more Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota as they went one and two in this year’s NFL Draft, but someone from this list will most likely be a strong Heisman candidate and high pick in next year’s draft.

5) Dak Prescott – Mississippi State

(Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

(Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

2014 stats – 4,435 yards passing (986 rushing) 41 total TD/11 INT Continue reading