Who Are the Bottom Three Teams in the Big 12?

Join me in the dumpster. This is the first email from my Bedgood’s Big 12 Bullets email newsletter. I’ve posted it here as an example of what you’ll get if you sign up. It’s free, it’s fun, and most of the time it won’t be posted here. Preseason rankings are pointless. They are all madeContinue reading “Who Are the Bottom Three Teams in the Big 12?”

Detroit Lions Safety Glover Quin Talks With Us About The Importance Of Trust And His Love Of HGTV

Glover Quin is a starting safety for the Detroit Lions, the number-one ranked defense in the NFL, but his interests extend beyond football into real estate, sneakers, and most importantly charity work. In addition to work he does in support of Soles4Souls and the United Way, he is part of a program called Scoring for Good, which sends kidsContinue reading “Detroit Lions Safety Glover Quin Talks With Us About The Importance Of Trust And His Love Of HGTV”

Buffalo Bills Quarterback EJ Manuel Talks With Us About Overcoming Adversity, The Reward Of Charity Work, And Yes, His Florida State Seminoles

EJ Manuel is a quarterback for the Buffalo Bills and a former Florida State Seminoles star. Manuel helped bring the Seminoles back to college football prominence, and he was a first round draft pick in the 2013 NFL draft. For now, Manuel is backing up Kyle Orton, but he is continuing to work hard each day toContinue reading “Buffalo Bills Quarterback EJ Manuel Talks With Us About Overcoming Adversity, The Reward Of Charity Work, And Yes, His Florida State Seminoles”

Kohlhausen’s Only Start For TCU Was One For The Record Books

Bram Kohlhausen’s name will forever be etched in TCU legend despite the fact that he started only one game in his career for the Horned Frogs. But what a start it was! Kohlhausen led TCU to the greatest comeback* in bowl game history in the 2016 Alamo Bowl against Oregon. He and his Horned FrogContinue reading “Kohlhausen’s Only Start For TCU Was One For The Record Books”

College Football Hall-of-Famer Chad Hennings Releases New Book: Forces Of Character

College Football Hall of Famer, fighter pilot, and 3x Super Bowl Champion Chad Hennings’ new book, Forces of Character: Conversations About Building a Life of Impact, hits stores this week. In this exclusive feature, the former Air Force Academy standout spoke to Football Matters about the book, why he wrote it, and why the topic ofContinue reading “College Football Hall-of-Famer Chad Hennings Releases New Book: Forces Of Character”

Russell Athletic Bowl: Oklahoma’s Darlington Has A Message To Communicate

In 2012, when Ty Darlington stood in front of his high school graduating class in Apopka, FL giving his valedictory address, he was terrified. Only two and a half years later, Darlington was asked to speak at the College of Arts and Sciences graduation in front of thousands at the University of Oklahoma’s Lloyd NobleContinue reading “Russell Athletic Bowl: Oklahoma’s Darlington Has A Message To Communicate”

WILLIAM V. CAMPBELL TROPHY FINALIST: Kansas State’s Lockett Follows Father’s Footsteps With Business Degree And Record Setting Performances

For the Locketts, setting receiving records at Kansas State is a family business. Current Wildcat Tyler Lockett recently passed his father Kevin’s career receiving yards record and he’s on pace to break his career reception and touchdown records. Tyler’s uncle Aaron is also in the top 5 on the career receiving leaderboards. But Tyler isn’t justContinue reading “WILLIAM V. CAMPBELL TROPHY FINALIST: Kansas State’s Lockett Follows Father’s Footsteps With Business Degree And Record Setting Performances”

Sports Seasons: The Long and Short of It

Major sports seasons are all unique in their own ways. They are all designed to get maximum entertainment and maximum dollars out of fans. Some are too long, some are too short, and some are perfect. I will attempt to pass judgement on the major sports. I’m not breaking new ground with any of theseContinue reading “Sports Seasons: The Long and Short of It”