Interview with Chris Rubio Long Snapping Instruction Specialist Jason Bertoni

Posted by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG   Jason Bertoni Profile College Experience: Arizona Wildcats (2007-08) Work Experience: Specialist with Chris Rubio since 2005 Please help keep RecruitingNewsGuru.com a national site aiding in bringing exposure to amazing student-athletes! If RNG has helped you, a friend, or a family member through an… You must be logged into RecruitingNewsGuru.com to view this content. […]

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Easy Solution to Buyout for Arkansas Head Coach Bret Bielema

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG The 2017 college football season has not started out the way Arkansas fans, the coaching staff, and players alike had hoped. The Razorbacks are 2-3, 0-2 in SEC play, with a tough row of games still left to play. The grumblings of unsatisfied fans began last season after several second half collapses in winnable […]

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Are Arkansas Razorback Fans Justified in Giving Up on Head Coach Bret Bielema?

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG In Bret Bielema’s fifth season in Fayetteville, the Hogs are seemingly trending in the wrong direction coming off a 48-22 trouncing in Columbia by the Gamecocks and the fan base is unhappy. Sitting at 2-3, 0-2 in SEC action, Arkansas faces back-to-back games against potential College Football Playoff candidates in No. 1 Alabama and […]

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Interview: 2019 St. John Bosco 4-Star WR Colby Bowman Covers Top Five Schools

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG   Colby Bowman Profile Position: Wide Receiver Height and Weight: 6-3, 190 Classification: 2019 Ranking: 4-Star (247Sports)   High School: St. John Bosco – Bellflower, California 2017 Braves Record: 3-1 – ranked No. 4 nationally – ranked No. 2 in California (MaxPreps) 2017 Stats (2 games): two receptions for 31 yards with one touchdown […]

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2017 CIF Southern Section Preseason Top 10 Division IV-X

Posted by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG   CIF-Southern Section Preseason Top 10 High School Teams – Division IV-X *Rankings released by CIF-Southern Section Link for Division I-III CIF Southern Section Rankings Division IV Elanor Roosevelt San Juan Hills Corona Del Mar Downey Cajon Capistrano Valley Santiago (Corona) Etiwanda Redondo Union Murrieta Mesa   Division V Paraclete Yucaipa Paloma Valley Joseph […]

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2017 College Football Preseason AP Top 25 Rankings Released

Posted by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG The college football season is finally here! After what seemed like an eternity since the 2016 College Football Playoff showcased Alabama taking out Washington 24-7 and Clemson rolling past Ohio State 31-0. The season was capped in thrilling fashion with Clemson taking home the trophy after upending No. 1 Alabama 35-31 in the title […]

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2017 College Football Top 25 Uniforms

Posted by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG College football fashion has taken off in recent years with various programs attempting to outdo one another to the tune of millions. None of the schools top the commitment Nike has put into the Oregon Ducks team, but others are trying with success in the eyes of the faithful. No matter how earnest the […]

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Louisiana Tech and Head Coach Skip Holtz Agree to 5-year Contract Extension

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3 In the world of college football there are many factors that can draw a head coach from a current job to start a new adventure at different school, and sometimes it takes many years for coaches to find a school where they can lead long-term. However, that will not be the case at Louisiana Tech […]

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Editorial: Former Northwestern QB Kain Colter Signals the End of College Football as We Know It

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @RyanWrightRNG Originally posted on Jan. 28, 2014 Editor’s Note: Momentum is again building for college players to get paid for their time and services in their given sport, primarily in football and basketball. Sure to add to the momentum is a thoughtful and informative segment titled the End of Amateurism by Gianna Toboni on Vice, […]

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Former LSU Quarterback Brandon Harris Transferring to North Carolina

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3 On Sunday afternoon, quarterback Brandon Harris announced via Facebook that he will be transferring from LSU, where he spent his first three years of collegiate football, to North Carolina, where he will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer following his graduation in June. In his Facebook post announcing the move, Harris wrote […]

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2017 Power Five Conference Recruiting Rankings Before and After NSD

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA Another National Signing Day has come and gone with mixed reviews for teams and conferences across the country. The recruiting rankings are not the end all be all but the process does set a fair prediction of how each team will succeed going forward without some tremendous coaching efforts. Based on rankings alone, the […]

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AP Voters Unanimous on No. 1 Clemson and Jump USC to No. 3

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA The day after Clemson rallied to an amazing 35-31 win over then- No. 1 Alabama in the College Football Championship Game, the Associated Press voters came out with their final poll for the 2016 season anointing the Tigers as the top team in the land. Although everyone saw Clemson getting their perch atop the […]

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Georgia Lands Safeties Gibbs and Bishop along with LB Rice to Start New Year

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA Georgia kicked off the New Year making a run on the recruiting trail landing three recruits in two days. The festivities started off with in-state safeties Deangelo Gibbs and Detravion “Tray” Bishop followed by Alabama linebacker Monty Rice. Bishop and Gibbs gives the Bulldogs bookends to their 2017 class in the secondary, UGA already […]

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2016 Fiesta Bowl College Football Semifinal Preview Ohio State vs. Clemson

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   Ohio State Buckeyes (11-1) vs Clemson Tigers (12-1) Fiesta Bowl Overview The 2016 season is the third year of the four-team College Football Playoff system that has taken over for the BCS format formerly used. The four teams that clinched spots this season includes No. 1 seed Alabama, No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Ohio […]

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2017 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Preview Wisconsin vs. Western Michigan

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   2017 Cotton Bowl Preview: Wisconsin Badgers (10-3) vs Western Michigan Broncos (13-0)   Cotton Bowl Overview The 2017 showdown between regional foes Wisconsin and Western Michigan will be the 81st edition of the historic Cotton Bowl Classic. The inaugural bowl game dates all the way back to 1937 when TCU defeated Marquette 16-6. The Cotton […]

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2016 Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl Preview: North Texas vs. Army

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   North Texas Mean Green (5-7) vs. Army Black Knights (7-5) Heart of Dallas Bowl Overview The Heart of Dallas Bowl is one of the youngest in college football celebrating their seventh anniversary in 2016 with North Texas taking on Army. This young bowl is played annually at the historic Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas. The […]

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2016 Advocare V100 Texas Bowl Preview Texas A&M vs. Kansas State

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   2016 Advocare V100 Texas Bowl: Texas A&M Aggies (8-4) vs Kansas State Wildcats (8-4) Texas Bowl History The Texas Bowl is a fairly young game as this will be only the eleventh time that is played. However it is not the first bowl to be played in Houston as the Bluebonnet Bowl was played from […]

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2016 Camping World Independence Bowl Preview North Carolina State vs. Vanderbilt

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   North Carolina State Wolfpack (6-6) vs Vanderbilt Commodores (6-6) Overview The Independence Bowl has been a tradition in Shreveport (LA) since 1976 receiving its name in conjunction with the United States’ bicentennial year. To go along with its rich history, this is has been a very exciting game in recent years as 10 out […]

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Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Preview Navy vs. Louisiana Tech 2016

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3   Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Overview U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen (9-4) vs Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (8-5) The 2016 Armed Forces Bowl will be the 14th anniversary of the postseason contest with the inaugural game being played in 2003 when Boise State squeaked past TCU 34-31. This year’s game will be the eighth time […]

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Interview: End of Season Wrap Up with 2017 Archbishop Moeller DT Jeremy Meiser

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA Senior seasons are always the time when players in any sport want to play their best and out shine their competition. Archbishop Moeller defensive tackle Jeremy Meiser has been a key piece up front for the Fighting Crusaders over the past two seasons but took a big step forward with his game at exactly […]

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2016 R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Preview Southern Miss vs. Louisiana Lafayette

Written by Charlie Beuttel Twitter: @charlie_cds3 Southern Miss Golden Eagles (6-6) vs Louisiana-Lafayette Rajun Cajuns (6-6) Overview The 2016 New Orleans Bowl continues a proud college football postseason tradition entering the game’s 16th year. The inaugural game was played in 2001 between Colorado State and North Texas. But the two teams meeting this year, Southern Miss and Louisiana-Lafayette, are no […]

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QB Anu Solomon Transferring from Arizona Wildcats

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA A crushing blow to Arizona fans came via Instagram today when former Wildcats starting quarterback Anu Solomon announced he was leaving the program. Solomon (6-2, 206) posted his decision writing: “I first want to take this opportunity to thank Arizona Football for making me the man I am today, especially Coach Rodriquez & the […]

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College Football Playoff Selection Committee Makes Mockery of the Game over Money

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA For weeks it appeared that the fix was in, but there was still hope that the College Football Selection Committee would do the right thing. The selection committee made no bones about their outward love for Ohio State and Michigan essentially predetermining one of if not both of college football’s bluebloods would get a […]

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Breakdown of Week 13 College Football Games with AP Week 14 Rankings

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA Rivalry week in Division I football did not disappoint ending the season on an exciting note. While some teams are still crying foul over their losses, regardless, the conference championship games are set in four of the five Power Conferences with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State left to battle it out in the Big 12 […]

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Fix is in for Big Ten in Third 2016 College Football Playoff Rankings

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA Fans of the Big Ten were elated on Tuesday night when the College Football Playoff Selection Committee announced their third rankings of the 2016 season placing both Ohio State and Michigan into the Top 4. College football fans across the country that do not have a Big Ten bias, groaned at the new rankings […]

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Breakdown of Week 11 College Football Games with AP Week 12 Rankings

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA The Associated Press College Football Rankings once again showed the bias of voters for teams atop their poll giving as much as a hand slap to the three Top 4 teams that lost over the weekend. College football fans were expecting a big shakeup in the AP rankings released on Sunday but received nothing […]

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Interview: 2017 FS/OLB Thane Wadams Proving to be a Top Playmaker for Pima JUCO

Written by Ryan Wright Twitter: @HogManInLA With football, stats sometimes do lie, while game tape never lies. The notion of importance on game tape over a stat column could not be any more important than to free safety/outside linebacker Thane Wadams. Long before Wadams was knocking helmets in the junior college ranks, he was an all-purpose athlete burying opposing 5A […]

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