Denzel Perryman, Butkus Award finalist and Third-Team All American showed just how tough he is this season. The 6'0", 242 pound Perryman had an incredible 102 tackles and 2 sacks, earning him the "Defensive MVP" award for the Canes during his final year in Coral Gables.
UNLV’s Alana Cesarz reaches the 1000-point career mark, the second set of Fall DI Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings are released, and Colorado State WR Rashard Higgins is a 2014 consensus All-American.
Not only is Florida State one of the elite teams on the field, but also on the recruiting trail. Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler gets the latest scoop on the next crop of Seminoles with Bud Elliott of TomahawkNation.com.
120 Sports and Campus Insiders are previewing every bowl game and letting the fans know what's significant to each game. Here's why you should watch the Boca Raton Bowl featuring Marshall and Northern Illinois.
Junior Montay Brandon scored a career-high 24 points and senior Kiel Turpin added 19 points as Florida State defeated North Florida 93-77. Freshman Xavier Rathan-Mayes chipped in 11 points and 9 assists and the Seminoles shot an impressive 59% from the field in the win.
The timing couldn't be worse. Weeks away from a playoff game against Jameis Winston and company, the Ducks will have to take the Rose Bowl field without possibly their best defensive player. Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman explains how Mark Helfrich must now strategize to contain the Seminoles' passing game.
Dominant is one way to describe Ralston Turner's performances against Tennessee. The senior guard recorded career-highs in three pointers made (8) and points scored (33) while shooting 9-of-18 from the field in the 83-72 win over the Volunteers.
The San Francisco Dons host the North Texas Mean Green in a non-conference women's basketball game. This broadcast was produced by usfdons.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
Denzel Perryman, Butkus Award finalist and Third-Team All American showed just how tough he is this season. The 6'1", 242 pound Perryman had an incredible 102 tackles and 2 sacks, earning him the "Defensive MVP" award for the Canes during his final year in Coral Gables.
The player that some call the best defender on the defending NCAA champions' roster, defensive tackle Eddie Goldman piled up 35 tackles and 4 sacks in the 2014 season. The former five-star recruit was named an AP Third-Team All American following his junior season.
A staple on the Seminoles defensive line during the longest-active FBS winning streak, Mario Edwards is a force to be reckoned with for every offensive line he faces. Standing in at 6'3" out of Gautier, Mississippi, Edwards has compiled 3.5 sacks and an interception during his junior year in Tallahassee.
NC State rebounded from its heartbreaking loss to Wofford with a dominant shooting performance in an 83-72 win over Tennessee. The Pack were fueled by a career-best 33-point performance by Ralston Turner and made a few additions to the highlight reel with their high-flying big men BeeJay Anya and Abdul-Malik Abu.
Pittsburgh took down Manhattan 65-56 on Wednesday night to get to 7-3 on the season and remain undefeated at home. Jamel Artis went for a career-high 20 points, while Cameron Wright dropped 14 in only his 3rd game of the season. The Panthers host Oakland next this Saturday.
Big changes in athletics at Pitt as Steve Pederson will no longer serve as Athletic Director and Paul Chryst moves on to be head football coach at Wisconsin. Chryst leaves the Pitt football program after three years as head coach and a 19-19 record. Chryst returns to his alma mater at Wisconsin where he played quarterback and served as offensive coordinator from 2005-2011.
It's official. Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry Alvarez has named former Badger player and offensive coordinator the team's new head coach. But is he the right man for the job? Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman weighs in on how Chryst will impact the program.
CSU volleyball’s Deedra Foss is a third team AVCA All-America selection, Fresno State tight end Chad Olsen is named a Freshman All-American, and two MW football players receive Sporting News’ second team All-America accolades.
Jameis Winston, last year's Heisman Trophy winner, remains unbeaten during his time as Florida State's quarterback. Winston ended the 2014 season completing 276 of 422 passes for 3,559 yards and 27 total touchdowns. Take a look back at some of his most memorable moments, as FSU prepares to take on Oregon in the Rose Bowl.
Clemson's Vic Beasley, the ACC Defensive Player of The Year, rounded out his final season in "Death Valley" with a bang. The senior defensive end had 28 tackles and 11 sacks to help lead the Tigers to a 9-3 record.
San Diego guard Johnny Dee talks with Jordan Cornette about nearing the school's all-time scoring mark, how the Toreros can upset Gonzaga, and if his video game skills are similar to the ones he has on the hardwood.
Miami's Duke Johnson became the school's all-time leading rusher this past season. The junior burst onto the scene in 2012 and has been a human highlight reel ever since. As Johnson leads the Canes into this year's Independence Bowl, let's take a look back at all of his best highlights at the "U."
Urban Meyer was skipped over as Big Ten Coach of the Year, despite leading Ohio State to the league championship. Still, Campus Insiders' Rich Cirminiello gives his reasons why Meyer ought to be this season's national coach of the year.
Duration: 132:32 //Posted Wed, Dec 17, 10:48 AM MST
The Pacific Tigers host the Utah State Aggies in a non-conference women's basketball game. This broadcast was produced by pacifictigers.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, December 16, 2014.
Duration: 128:08 //Posted Wed, Dec 17, 10:34 AM MST
The Saint Mary's Gaels host the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks in a non-conference men's basketball game. This broadcast was produced by smcgaels.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, December 16, 2014.
Campus Insiders' basketball analyst Jordan Cornette digs deep into the state of Big Ten basketball as he breaks down Michigan's struggles from behind the arc, Nebraska's slow start and how Iowa can use Peter Jok and Gabriel Olaseni to turn the Hawkeyes' season around.