For the rest of the college stars preparing for the NFL draft Thursday, the anxiety is building.
Enrolling at Stanford may have been the best decision Andrew Luck ever made. And not enrolling at Stanford worked out well for Robert Griffin III.
With March Madness right around the corner, here are some teams that could make some noise in the tournament and a few that could be headed home early.
There’s a perception that Tony Romo isn’t an elite player. So, is Jerry Jones looking to bring someone else to Dallas? Don’t count on it.
The events of Sunday at the combine pretty much take Dallas out of the running for the best QB prospect in this draft not named Luck or Griffin.
Robert Griffin III was in town Monday picking up the Davey O’Brien Award. While that’s quite an honor, you should still bet on Luck — Andrew Luck.
Robert Griffin III will need to pack a big suitcase when he travels to Indianapolis for the NFL Combine –– he’ll need one that can hold both his Heisman Trophy and Davey O’Brien Award.
Despite a rookie wage scale established in the new collective bargaining agreement, the number of players choosing to leave school early tops the previous record of 56 set last year.
Robert Griffin III beat out preseason favorite Andrew Luck for the Heisman Trophy, dazzling voters with his ability to throw, run and lead Big 12 doormat Baylor into the national rankings.
Stanford’s Andrew Luck is returning to New York as a Heisman Trophy finalist, just not as the favorite. That distinction belongs to Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.