Week 4 in college football was full of massive games and 2020 NFL Draft prospects stepping up to the occasion, the Armchair Scout goes through the risers and sliders from the week.
Week 1 of the college football season lacked excitement but didn't lack 2020 NFL Draft prospects. The Armchair Scout looks at the best and worst prospect performances from the week and much more.
All eyes will be on the Big Ten this season with multiple potential top 10 picks, the Armchair Scout looks at the best talent at every position in the conference for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Rob Paul and AJ Marchese tackle another Power 5 conference in their Summer Scouting Series with the Big Ten, a conference near and dear to their hearts. They debate the two potential franchise RBs in the conference, talk about the impressive senior WRs and the dark horse top TE, and they deep dive on all the first-round offensive line talent. Then they hop on over to defensive talk and breakdown the stud pass rushers Chase Young and AJ Epenesa before talking all the talent at LB and the first-round freak at CB for Ohio State. They hit a ton of other 2020 NFL Draft Big Ten topics too!
The 2020 NFL Draft is months away, but it's never too early to look at the most important position in football. The Armchair Scout goes through which QBs NFL fans should be watching this college football season.
Zach and Brodee are back after an extended holiday break to discuss the Spartans 7-6 loss to Oregon in the Redbox Bowl. What it means for the offseason and what Mark Dantonio must do to turn things around offensively. Also the basketball team looking like an elite squad after a tough win in Columbus. Is this team better than last year's team?
Zach and Brodee discuss the 9-6 loss in Lincoln as the MSU offense failed to find the end zone for a 2nd straight week. Will changes be made in the offseason? The guys also look ahead to the Spartans final regular season game as they host Rutgers for Senior Day. Don't forget MSU Men's hoops is heading out to Las Vegas and will play UCLA on Thanksgiving.