Jim Mora getting mad this week wasn’t on the level of his famous “PLAYOFFS?!?” or “diddly poo” rant, or even his underrated “You may think you know” lecture. The former Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints coach was asked on a postgame show in New Orleans after the Saints lost Monday night to fall to 0-3 if the season was over. Apparently Mora DOES NOT think the season is over after three games.
Because a whole bunch of undefeated teams are about to run into each other, at least theoretically helping whittle the College Football Playoff field to a manageable size. In the Southeastern Conference, Tennessee and Texas A&M meet for the first time as members of the same league. In the Big Ten, Wisconsin and Michigan square off for the first time since 2010, and the Badgers also face Ohio State after a two-year regular-season hiatus.
NFL scouts flocked to Alabama’s Pro Day in March 2015. (AP Photo/Butch Dill) An interesting change has been made to the pre-draft process for underclassmen interested in leaving school early to pursue an NFL career. In conjunction with the American Football