Adrian McDonald is working hard on making an impression while trying to enjoy what he has been chasing since he first put on pads. The former Houston safety is now with the San Diego Chargers, signed as an undrafted free agent shortly after the draft was done. We checked in with McDonald before he headed […]
Is it September yet?
Optimism is sometimes the only thing that keeps football players and their fans excited and on board after a down year (or several). Fortunately for the Tulane Green Wave football squad, the new head coach and at least one of their star players is not lacking in this department.
The 2016 regular season has come to a close and conference tournaments all over the country are firing up their barbecue pits for what will be six straight days of tailgating (and maybe some baseball) madness.
Step away from the TV. Put the iPhones up. Lose all cellular devices. Today. Like, right now. Do you have any idea how many brain cells you’re losing from staring dully at a screen all day long? Don’t even get me started on your brain’s night-time count. You probably won’t really need the attention arresting electronics, […]
UConn head coach Jim Penders has a lot of work to do with only two weeks and five games guaranteed to his Husky baseball squad in what’s left of the 2016 season.
Everybody loves rankings, right? There’s been a lot of rankings-talk thrown around here lately, so why not dive into some ECU-centric ones. In light of the next Pirate football season being about three and a half months away, let’s take a look back at the five best seasons in program history.
Following seven largely mediocre seasons under former head coaches Al Golden and Steve Addazio and nearly two decades without winning football prior to that, Temple decided to take a chance on a young coaching candidate in the hopes that he would be able to get the program turned around and eventually competing for championships.
For college football fans this is just the worst time of the year. Spring football is in the books, and we have more than three months until the 2016 season kicks off. For college football diehards, the NBA finals and baseball just don’t fill the void.
After coach Willie Fritz unveiled Tulane’s re-done uniforms
This story isn’t going to be about lorded Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. You know. The NBA shooter that doesn’t really miss. We also won’t be talking about former Team USA blazing Olympic softball pitcher Jennie Finch, or 13-time Gold Glove Award Winning Major League Baseball catcher Ivan Rodriguez. Though all three were […]
Calling them as I see them. In a world where the Power 5 dominates the discussion; where the College Football Playoff is a “members only” club for the traditional teams and conferences, lives a group of talented players and coaches forced to sit at the little kids table while fans make the argument about why […]
Former ECU standout tight end Bryce Williams may not have been selected in the NFL Draft earlier this month, but as Pirate fans and coaches know very well, that wasn’t the end of the line for him.
There are two weekends left to go in the American Athletic Conference 2016 baseball season. As it stands now, Tulane leads East Carolina by mere percentage points and Cincinnati by a game and a half. With each league member holding six games worth of ammunition, all eyes have been set on knocking the Green Wave […]
Adrian Peterson and Andre Johnson are two pretty good guys to have on your team – especially if you are an undrafted rookie free agent looking to make an impression.