Articles Posted by Terry Johnson

  • There Is No QB Controversy at Michigan

    Contrary to popular opinion, there is not a quarterback controversy at Michigan. As long as he’s healthy, Devin Gardner will be the guy for the Wolverines this season. COACH SPEAK Don’t misunderstand Brady Hoke’s comments back on February 4. Sure, he said that he was opening up the competition at quarterback. But that should be true […]

  • College Football Roundup

    With National Signing Day in the rear-view mirror, it’s time start focusing on what’s happening on campus again. Here’s a few thought’s from what transpired this week. … Many of you who read my work regularly know that I think Rutgers and Maryland are several recruiting classes away from being ready to compete in the […]

  • Super Bowl Prop Bets

    By Terry Johnson Follow me on Twitter, Facebook and/or Google+ Ever notice that the Super Bowl has some very unusual prop bets? Here are my answers – some serious, some not so serious – to a couple of key prop bets. What Will The Temperature Be At Kickoff: O/U 32 degrees I’ll take the under. […]

  • Jon Heacock the Right Choice To Lead Toledo Defense

    After Tom Matukewicz left Toledo this fall to become the head coach at Southeast Missouri State, Matt Campbell said that he wasn’t in a rush to find a replacement. He was going to take his time and find the right man for the job. And that’s exactly what he did. On Saturday afternoon, Campbell announced […]

  • Three Burning Questions

    Here are three burning questions that I have about the upcoming season (and don’t worry, there will be plenty more throughout the offseason). 1) What will Louisville’s D look like this fall? While everyone knows that Bobby Petrino will get the most out of the offense, the defense is a completely different story. After all, […]

  • Kyle Whittingham Needs to Stop Tweaking Utah’s Offense

    It”s time for Kyle Whittingham to stop tinkering with Utah”s offense. He needs to pick an offensive philosophy and stick with it for longer than one season. Let”s be honest: the Ute offense has been absolutely awful since the departure of Andy Ludwig at the end of the 2008-09 campaign. After finishing 36th in yards per […]

  • Bobby Petrino is the Wrong Choice For Louisville Cardinals

    Tom Jurich made a huge mistake by bringing in Bobby Petrino for a second stint at Louisville. The school would have been better off hiring someone who’s in it for the long haul. Make no mistake about it: Petrino is an excellent coach. In four years at the ‘Ville, he guided the Cardinals to a […]

  • 2014 National Championship Game Analysis

    The last BCS Championship Game will certainly be the most memorable. With four lead changes in the final five minutes of the contest, this easily qualifies as the best title game of the BCS Era. Here are some takeaways from tonight’s action. Leave it to the conference that teetered on the verge of extinction not […]

  • 2014 Sugar Bowl Analysis

    Here are some takeaways from tonight’s Sugar Bowl. Oklahoma’s win over Alabama will keep the “which league is the toughest” debate alive throughout the offseason. While the SEC certainly has the upper hand by winning the last seven national championships, OU’s decisive victory proved Stoops’ point that there’s not much difference between the teams at […]