Wyoming is known for developing quarterbacks, the most recent stand out is Josh Allen the starting QB for the Buffalo Bills. Cowboys fans did not have to wait long for the next big name. The name is Sean Chambers, and he may be the next most exciting QB to watch. Fans may have missed out on Josh Allen due to the small market and non-power five conference status, but take note of this next guy.

Last season Chambers started his redshirt four games rushing for 329 yards and passing for 266. In his four games, he was 3-1 with three passing touchdowns. On the field, he poses a Michale Vick like threat with the ability to run or pass depending on how the play breaks down.

Chambers 2019 Stats: 

Vick Career Stats: 

If you compare and extrapolate the statistics between the two players, you may be able to draw a resemblance. It may be early to call it, but if you get a chance, watch this kid play. It is a heck of an opportunity to tell someone, "I told you so."

Michigan B10

The top four in the Big Ten will be Michigan, Ohio State, Iowa, and Northwestern.

As it is probably no surprise, Michigan will continue to make its run at a national championship. In the East, the Wolverines will get close to perfection in 2019. This result is especially realistic with Jim Harbaugh in and Urban Meyer out. Ohio State will most likely be a two-loss team due to active recruiting.

In the West, many predict Nebraska to win. However, before becoming a healthy horse, we predict they will see another rebuilding year before any stronghold begins. Iowa will take the West crown and lead with a four-loss season. Northwestern will turn heads giving Iowa a run for their money.

 

Big Ten East Prediction:

1. Michigan

2. Ohio State

3. Michigan State

4. Penn State

5. Indiana

6. Rutgers

7. Maryland

 

 

Big Ten West Prediction:

1. Iowa

2. Northwestern

3. Wisconsin

4. Nebraska

5. Purdue

6. Minnesota

7. Illinois

 

 

Orenthal James “O.J.” Simpson is arguably the most polarizing sports figure in American history. According to a New York Times article by Emily Saul, the Juice could possibly be paroled as soon as October after serving just 9 years of his 33 year sentence.

After his release Simpson will have millions in NFL pension dollars waiting for him. The New York times didn’t suggest this, but one can infer that those with knowledge of O.J.’s personal life might have reason to believe the 69-year old is considering a comeback to the NFL.

Simpson has not confirmed a possible comeback in any statements he has made. However, it should be noted that insiders assume that O.J. has engaged in ‘routine’ workouts in the yard. One can speculate that Simpson is in ‘the best shape of his life’ after his 9 years of incarceration.

O.J. Simpson has on record said that he felt his ‘career’ could have ‘been longer’. Any idea of a comeback will no doubt receive skepticism and push back by the public and sports media. It seems as for now that O.J. Simpson has already played his last down in the NFL.