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Hard Hitting Exposé Alert: 4 Other NFL Combine Drills that the League Doesn’t Want you to Know About

Hard Hitting Exposé Alert: 4 Other NFL Combine Drills that the League Doesn’t Want you to Know About

Chris Hatch February 26, 2015 0

The NFL is known for being an all-powerful, narrative-vice-gripping, billionaires club.  So what usually happens when you get a bunch of super-rich white dudes together that are struggling to control their apparent image problems?

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Wisconsin Releases Old School Footage Of Chris Farley Cheering On The Badgers

Wisconsin Releases Old School Footage Of Chris Farley Cheering On The Badgers

NCB Staff February 24, 2015 0

Step up your recruiting tactics, college football. The Wisconsin Badgers just released vintage footage of Chris Farley acting out his legendary SNL character Matt Foley trying to lure in recruits…and it’s awesome. What’s Farley’s connection to the

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“Year of Readiness”: Just Another Bad Idea by Jim Delany in his “Years of Ineptitude”

“Year of Readiness”: Just Another Bad Idea by Jim Delany in his “Years of Ineptitude”

Chris Hatch February 20, 2015 0

The Big Ten is really, really dumb. I know.  That’s not exactly an earth-shattering sentiment at this stage in the game.  But it’s one that I feel bears repeating.  Italicizing.  Hell, maybe even underlining.

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Get Your Shine On, Kid: In Defense of the Signing Day Spectacle

Get Your Shine On, Kid: In Defense of the Signing Day Spectacle

NCB Staff February 2, 2015 0

An annual event celebrating young athletes with great potential but haven’t yet proved anything at the next level? Check. Grown men living and dying by the team selections. Yep. Fan bases projecting multiple championships

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10 Reasons College Football Is Better Than The NFL

10 Reasons College Football Is Better Than The NFL

Derek Hernandez January 25, 2015 2

The spectacle that is the Super Bowl is just over a week away and the sports world is enthralled with all things #DeflateGate at the moment, so what better time to write about the

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New Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach Mike Riley Introduced During Nebraska/Michigan State Game

New Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach Mike Riley Introduced During Nebraska/Michigan State Game

NCB Staff January 24, 2015 0

Welcome to Nebraska, Coach Riley. New Nebraska head football coach and his entire coaching staff were introduced during halftime of the Nebraska men’s basketball team’s conference tilt against the Michigan State Spartans this Saturday. The staff

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The College Football Playoff Was a Bad Idea

The College Football Playoff Was a Bad Idea

Sam Hoppen January 21, 2015 8

Hello and welcome to the newest feature for No Coast Bias, Opposites Attack! In this segment we aim to play devil’s advocate on hot topics in the sports and entertainment world while providing a

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Top 10 Things Harder Than Being A Pelini in Nebraska

Top 10 Things Harder Than Being A Pelini in Nebraska

Dave Feit January 16, 2015 3

On Wednesday, it was reported that former Nebraska defensive coordinator (and fired Florida Atlantic head coach) Carl Pelini had expressed interest in coaching a high school football team in Des Moines, Iowa. In an

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Tim Beck Continues Family Tradition of Getting Lucky as Hell

Tim Beck Continues Family Tradition of Getting Lucky as Hell

Chris Hatch January 14, 2015 2

Former Nebraska Offensive Coordinator, Tim Beck, was recently hired on by the 2015 College Football national champions.  That’s right, the much maligned O-coordinator and quarterbacks coach somehow managed to go from a tough situation

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6 (Other) Storylines to Watch During Tonight’s College Football National Championship

6 (Other) Storylines to Watch During Tonight’s College Football National Championship

Chris Hatch January 12, 2015 0

The championship is finally here, college football fans.  After two absurd, epic, playoff games last weekend we’ve somehow got one more amazing game to watch.  While we don’t have Jameis or Saban to collectively

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