The Southern Methodist University Mustangs failed to qualify for a bowl as they finished this season with a 5-7 record. This kept their star wide receiver, Courtland Sutton, from performing on a national stage this bowl season.
Free agency has a major impact on fantasy football. We’re a long way from the 2017 league year, but for dynasty team owners it’s never too early to start thinking about how player values could change.
Artavis Scott will take the field in the national championship game against Alabama with 242 career catches. In securing two catches for 16 yards against Ohio State, he eclipsed Sammy Watkins for the all-time lead at Clemson.
The 2017 NFL draft season is here! We’ve already started on prospect evaluations, and today we’ll unveil this year’s first iteration of the RotoViz Scouting Index.
This article is a reflection on a series from last winter and spring called Dynasty Stock Market.
Junior RB Samaje Perine and the Oklahoma Sooners face off against the Auburn Tigers tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET in the Sugar Bowl.
The 2017 NFL draft class is filled with intriguing wide receiver prospects, but there seems to be a lot of debate about who’s best. Is it the well-chronicled Juju Smith Schuster? What about the small school titan, Corey Davis? When it’s all said and done, it might be one of those guys, but my
Wisconsin (10-3) will face undefeated Western Michigan (13-0) in the Cotton Bowl on Monday, January 2nd. Corey Clement is Wisconsin’s primary running back at 5-foot-11-inches, 227-pounds and 22.1 years of age. Clement comes into this game as Wisconsin’s leader in rushing yards and his yardage ranks second in the Big
On January 2, the undefeated Western Michigan Broncos will take on the Wisconsin Badgers (10-3) in the Cotton Bowl: a classic battle between a small school and a traditional power. The featured talent in this game is Corey Davis, who I’ve already discussed this winter. However, it is the
Wide receiver James Quick will lead a balanced Louisville passing attack as they look to defeat LSU in the Citrus Bowl. The 6-foot-0, 180-pound senior was the leading recipient of Lamar Jackson’s brilliance with 688 receiving yards, one of four players to go for 590-plus.