SAN ANTONIO – Army Bowl week is officially over down in Texas and the future Buckeyes certainly left their mark in the Alamo Dome. Defensive back Eli Apple showed why he is one of the most highly ranked defensive backs in the nation with a strong week of play. Getting a win in the game on Saturday afternoon was just icing on the cake.
SAN ANTONIO — Wednesday was a day off for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl teams. Instead of working out and participating in drills, the players took in visits around the city — including a stop at the Alamodome for photo opportunities and to see their game apparel — and used the day to recover from two days of practice. The teams will return to the fields on Thursday in arguably the most important practice of the week. Here are five things to keep an eye on for Thursday’s practice: Quarterback play: Instead of naming one, we’ll name all seven: USC commit Max Browne (Sammamish, Wash.
SAN ANTONIO — Wednesday was a day of rest — time off the football field, at least — for the U.S. Army All-Americans. For players such as Ohio State commit Ezekiel Elliott (St. Louis/John Burroughs), the rest was well deserved. An ESPN 150 running back, Elliott has double-dipped for the West team as a running back and a defensive back. The 6-foot, 205-pound athlete has seen time at safety because of roster injuries. While some Buckeyes fans are questioning the move, Elliott is just happy to be in San Antonio competing and wearing his white No.
College basketball fans can't wait for March 13 and the start of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The intense interest of fans in their teams' inclusion and positioning in the tournament has led to a phenomenon called Bracketology, in which experts try to predict how the 68-team bracket will look. Here's a rundown of how San Diego State fits into various experts' prognostications.