RECRUITING LAW: Intelligence is Underrated

Stop me if you’ve heard me say this before,  the world of college football recruiting is very competitive.  Being on point in all aspects of your recruiting profile is in your best interest.  Unfortunately,  one of the aspects of the profile that gets overlooked the most is intelligence.  This article is here to tell you […]

GridironStuds 3-for-3 Week Four College Football

By- Chad Wilson – Editor GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Already a third of the way into the college football regular season and things are beginning to take shape.  Last week in this column I was good or bad depending on how you approach college football on Saturday.  If you just like to sit on your […]

GridironStuds Show Predicts 4 Teams In 2016 College Football Playoff

By: GridironStuds Staff Twitter: @GridironStuds As they do every year,  the GridironStuds Show released their college football conference by conference predictions along with predictions on which teams will make the college football playoff and win the championship. Co-hosts of the GridironStuds Show,  Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino have been pretty adept in years past picking […]

In This Climate, A Coach Needs to Graduate With His Heisman QB

By: Chad Wilson – Editor GridironStuds Blog Follow Me On Twitter: @GridironStuds When he stepped away from the game following the 201o season,  former University of Florida football coach Urban Meyer was widely criticized by the Gator faithful for making up a reason to leave.  Feelings aside,  there’s no denying that Urban Meyer is a […]

Why Virginia Tech Can Quickly Bounce Back

GridironStuds Blog – Guest Post For the past 23 seasons, Virginia Tech has made a bowl game—the second longest streak in the nation (behind Florida State’s 33), but also one that is in constant jeopardy. While the Hokies remain a prominent program, the reality is that the past four years the team has not been […]