Rose Bowl Stadium Upgrades Tender Becoming Competitive

The long-awaited upgrades to the Rose Bowl stadium will soon be underway as the tender process is drawing to a close. This is a competitive tender with a handful of construction firms vying for the role. The stadium will undergo seating improvements as well as long await improvements to food and beverage services.
The construction will involve construction firms specializing in wood and metal work. In particular, the tender process will focus on firms with access to quality construction equipment.  Insider sources are saying that, while we wait for the tender to complete, internal maintenance crews at Rose Bowl have just acquired the best budget bandsaw on the market to tackle some of the smaller construction issues. The bandsaw will h

Best College Football Jobs for Students

Not all of us are born with the throwing ability of Will Grier or the running speed of Kendall Sheffield. However, there is always a way to be involved in the game, one just needs to think outside of the box a little to find their spot. Let’s have a look at the possible jobs for students who love college football and want to be involved week in and week out.
Marketing Manager
In today’s football age, this role is almost like being part of the team itself. From the SEO link building to photos in the sheds after the game, it’s an all-access pass to the team. Specialist SEO media managers will use link building tools to gain traffic to the team’s website, follow this link to find out more. Traffic to the w

New Alabama Coach to Improve Team’s Offense

The Alabama team is betting their pockets to hire a new coach, Brian Daboll, as their offensive coordinator to tie up with their upcoming game. Brian Daboll, most people’s fantasy football pick as one of the best offensive coaches in the game, is to replace Alabama’s previous coach Steve Sarkisian who left the team for Atlanta Falcons’ new offensive coordinator in succession for Lane Kiffin at the end of last period.
It is said that Daboll is an exceptional coach with records that can match almost all coaches for the past and present winning teams. He had coached Patriots 11 times and was

NBC’s Friday Night Lights Continues its Search for the Next Football Star

The NBC’s Friday Night Lights has been featuring high school football for five straight seasons to discover and learn the lives of these athletes as they evolve and be a part of the College Football teams in the future. What is more surprising and exciting is that Peter Berg, FNL’s director and executive producer is launching another series called QB1: Beyond the Lights.
The series will star three of the most popular football players in senior high, Tate Martell of Ohio State, Jake Fromm of Georgia and Tayvon Bowers in Wake Forest. It will show the lives of the three rising stars, what they do at home and in school in Las Vegas, residential Georgia and

Orange County Fights for J.T. Daniels, A Promising Quarterback

J.T. Daniels has captured the eyes of every high school administration of the Orange County for the position of quarterback for two consecutive years. The coach of Daniels, Bruce Rollinson, would love to boast his quarterback by showing the interviewers what his made of and what his capable of.
Bruce Rollinson has been the coach at Mater Dei for 28 years and he had never seen someone as dedicated to be a quarterback as Daniels. During their meeting, Daniels would always bring a notebook and a pen to write down the techniques and strategies that the team has come up during practice and during the game. And his locker is packed with six big notebooks full of those kinds of notes.

Oklahoma Continues to Secure Spot as Crowd Favorite

Looking back in December 2016’s game, the four teams that will be competing for the finals will be Clemson, Alabama, Michigan and Oklahoma with rankings from one to four respectively. FiveThirtyEight even made an analysis for each team’s performances. They proposed that Alabama will have an FPI of 68% success rate making to finals with a minus two difference than Oklahoma. It will then be followed by Clemson and Michigan at about 34% and 32% respectively. But then, even when Alabama has the highest percentage, Oklahoma has gained a 41% national title of the games that they played so far as compared to their 34%. It is then followed by Clemson and Michigan with 15% and 10%.