Texas A&M Does Not Deserve Kevin Sumlin
As Colin Cowherd alludes to below, we will not be linking to the vile letter sent to the home, to the family, of Kevin Sumlin this week. It revealed one of the worst things about America and the inability for people to separate a sport from a human being. That can never be acceptable, under any circumstance.
When Texas A&M beat Alabama back with JFF under center, Colin Cowherd told Kevin Sumlin to get out. Once you win one massive game like that, your fans begin to think you're a better program than Bama. They expect the unprecedented to occur. Expectations are too high.
Patriots Fans are Spoiled Brats
"Boston is never going to be as cool as New York, that's why they have a chip on their shoulder."
Colin Cowherd lived between New York and Boston, and he will be the first to tell you that he loved people from New York, and tolerated those from Boston.
"C'mon Boston, get over yourselves."
No one has ever had a 15 year stretch like Boston sports teams have, and what they are doing is truly incredible. So to hear them feel slighted, feel mistreated, and act as if the world is out to get them is flat-out ridiculous.
Colin Cowherd's Herd Hierarchy -- Week One
Los Angeles is Quarterback Country
The two best quarterbacks in college football are not just in the same conference, not just in the same division, and not just from the same area...
They play in the same city.
Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen have taken the college football world by storm, and are projected to be two of the highest rated prospects coming out in the NFL Draft. They both play football in Los Angeles, and they both have their similarites and differences.
Darnold is thick, a non-finessee Quarterback, who actually likes to be hit. He comes from a working class background, is a blue-collar type of guy, and someone teams will flock to as a leader due to his workmanlike deameanor.
Josh Rosen is a thinner guy, a former tennis player from a rich family. He is much more refined than Darnold, a better "true" quarterback, and someone who will be able to translate to NFL success more easily.