The Saints’ four-headed rushing attack could cause problems for the Giants on Sunday.
The younger folks out there may not remember the name. But for those of us who hung out in the Giants’ locker room in the late 1980s and early ‘90s, Stacy Robinson was one of the bright lights.
When Bill in Ronkonkoma called in wanting to talk about yesterday’s Winter Classic, Boomer was all ears.
After a hot start, the Giants are going downhill fast. Haven’t we seen this before?
The New York Giants have selected Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara with the 19th pick of the NFL draft.
Possible Giants pick Mark Ingram enters the NFL draft armed with a Heisman Trophy, a national title and the cover of a popular video game. The former Alabama running back and 2009 Heisman winner told Boomer & Carton he’ll also bring two healthy knees.
The prevailing thought is Giants general manager Jerry Reese will pick an offensive lineman in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft. But with uncertainty in the backfield, will Big Blue try to snag a top running back?
We’ve been burning up the phone lines and email servers over the past 48 hours, trying to correctly predict the Giants’ top selection for the 10th time in the past 13 years.
Who will the Giants likely have on their radar if they stay at No. 19? Paul Dottino breaks down the Giants’ first-round options.
LSU twice rallied from second-half deficits and once again coach Les Miles employed a little trickery on fourth down, allowing the No. 12 Tigers to beat fifth-ranked Alabama 24-21 on Saturday.
Mark Ingram ran for 157 yards and scored on a 1-yard run with 3:18 to play, completing top-ranked Alabama’s rally from a 13-point deficit in the second half for a 24-20 win.
I figured we were in for a ho-hum Saturday, but boy was I wrong. Despite the lack of buzz going in, we were witness to the best day of the college football season so far.
Ingram rushed for 151 yards and two touchdowns in his season debut, and No. 1 Alabama routed Duke 62-13 on Saturday in its highest-scoring game in 19 years.
After a solid first couple of weeks we are relegated to just a few premiere games. But this is still the high stakes world of college football. We’re talking about where seasons are lost on a week to week basis.