Coaches and Programs in Trouble Becoming a Common Trend

College football teams sure are breaking the rules these days.  From one day to the next there seems to be a college football program in hot water for some rules violation.   This leaves the coach in a position where he is in front of the camera putting on his best poker face as he tries to give as much information as possible without saying anything.

The latest casualty of the situation is Ohio St.’s Jim Tressel.  Tressel arrived in Columbus over a decade ago and immediately began a plan to take the Buckeyes to the next level and he was successful.  Tressel’s plan reached it’s peak at the conclusion of the 2002 season when the Buckeyes claimed the national title after an overtime win over the Miami Hurricanes.  Some nine years later,  Tressel exits the program amidst the shame of rules violations and the lies that followed them.

read more’s Brian Sutter Making Headlines members continue to get attention across the nation.  It all started with Jeff Luc back in 2009,  moved onto guys like Chandler Kincade and now another young phenom is receiving big time attention.  8th Grade quarterback Brian Sutter has been turning heads with his performances on the field and is poised to make a splash when he enters the halls of McKinney High School in Texas.  Sutter’s smooth delivery,  advanced skills and production has people taking notice and was recently featured in an article in the Town Square Buzz a local paper in McKinney, Texas.  Check out the article by clicking here and check out Brian’s highlight video and profile by clicking here.

read more Owner Chad Wilson featured in Palm Beach Post Article

Here is repost of Palm Beach Post article written by Jorge Milian on onwer Chad Wilson

Sixteen years later, ex-UM football player Chad Wilson earns his degree

by Jorge Milian

Among the 49 current and former UM athletes going through graduation ceremonies last week was Chad Wilson.

Nothing odd about that except that Wilson received his bachelor’s degree in business management a few days shy of turning 39.

Chad Wilson during his playing days at UM.

Chad Wilson during his playing days at UM.

“Nothing like being dressed up in your cap and gown with gray hair sitting next to some 22-year-old,” said Wilson, a cornerback from 1992-94 under the Dennis Erickson-coached Hurricanes.

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AL Golden University of Miami Camps Kick off May 29th

New University of Miami head coach Al Golden is bringing his highly popular football camps to Coral Gables on the campus of The U.  Golden’s camps are unique in that they are six one day highly intensive sessions jam packed with instruction, motivation and skill building.  Along with the Hurricane staff,  the camp will be hosted and assisted by former Hurricane players and coaches from other BCS, Division I, I-AA and II programs.  It’s a great opportunity for exposure for all in attendance.   Each session is only $55 and is open to those in 6th through 12th grade.   Here are the dates of the camps:

read more Member Isaac Bailey Headed to ASA College

Nature Coast Tech DB/RB Isaac Bailey who was arguably the most valuable player on the 2010 squad has signed on with ASA College in Brooklyn, New York.  ASA,  is a rising secondary school program that has acquired some strong talent over the recent years and they continue that with the signing of this very talented prospect.

You can read a full article on Bailey’s signing:  click here

You can view his profile and highlight video:  click here

New Site Design at

In an effort to continue progressing forward, has unveiled a brand new site design.  The new design gives a more professional feel and enhances the user experience.  The traffic continues to pour as do the complimentary comments about what we have created here.   We appreciate your support.

In the interim stages of the new site design,  it may not be unusual for you to come across a link that does not work or to run into a bug or two.  If you come across a non-working link or a ‘funky’ bug while navigating the site,  please send email to so that we can correct it.

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