Author: Adam Gibby

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With six years of professional experience, Adam Gibby is a dedicated sports writer specializing in college football and the NFL, particularly focused on the dynamic landscape of the Big 12. His articles have been prominently featured on respected platforms including Gridiron Heroics, ESPN, SEO.co, KSL Sports, Fansided, Yardbarker, MSN, Lawless Republic, and Blue Brigham. For inquiries, please contact via email at Gibbywriting@gmail.com or follow X @AGibbySports.

If you are between the ages of 25 and 40, there is a good chance that EA College Football was a staple video game for you and is an area of nostalgia. For the past 11 years, fans have eagerly waited for this video game to return. At one point, it felt like it would never happen; however, with NIL becoming a reality, the possibility of the game quickly became real. On Thursday, EA Sports officially announced that College Football 25 would be released on Friday, July 19. Different game modes were also announced, along with what would be added…

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Super Bowl champion kicker Harrison Butker did not hold back in his remarks about President Joe Biden during Saturday’s commencement address at Benedictine College in Kansas. Among other comments, he really attacked Biden on his stance on abortion despite being a Catholic. He shared the following: “The world around us says that we should keep our beliefs to ourselves whenever they go against the tyranny of diversity, equity and inclusion. We fear speaking truth, because now, unfortunately, truth is in the minority.” “The bad policies and poor leadership have negatively impacted major life issues. Things like abortion, IVF, surrogacy, euthanasia, as…

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Almost like two siblings fighting over which one will get the bigger piece of cake, NFL and NBA players have been debating whether or not NBA or NFL athletes would be able to play the other sport. All of this started when NBA player Austin Rivers said that NBA players could play in the NFL. NFL players, sports commentators, and, of course, social media were all very quick to join in on this debate and put in their two cents. However, no name has been as big as Micah Parsons, the star running back from the Dallas Cowboys. He shared strong…

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College Football is moving to a new playoff format starting this year, but it will continue to utilize NFL stadiums for the National Championship Game. Although this was a forgone conclusion, with the original playoff contract ending at the end of the 2025-26 year, there were some questions about what it would look like starting in 2027. We now have the answer. College Football Playoff Format Will Be Different If you are a college football fan, you already know that starting this year, the CFP will have 12 teams. What you may not know is how those games are going to…

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If there hasn’t been enough evidence the past few seasons for the college football P4 leagues to completey break away from the G5, the announcement that Missouri State will be joining the CUSA should be enough to break the camel’s back. There is not a single person who can honestly say that Missouri State and Alabama are truly competing for the same championship. Don’t get me wrong, Missouri State jumping up to the CUSA is a great accomplishment for them and will open up opportunities that they’ve never had, but saying they are fighting for the same Championship as Georgia,…

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Shedeur Sanders may not be a lock for next year’s NFL Draft first overall pick. At this point last year, everyone knew that Caleb Williams would be the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, regardless of who made the selection. Everything is up in the air this upcoming season and a complete mystery. With six of the 12 worst teams getting a quarterback last year, there is a good chance that next year, the first overall pick won’t be a quarterback. In fact, we may not see a QB taken in the top five at all. If there…

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College football may be the king of college athletics, but they may want to take a note from college basketball. Next year, Las Vegas will host the first-ever NIL college basketball tournament, where participating teams and players will get money for playing. As crazy as it sounds, this is what NIL was meant to be. Players will be compensated for their name and image, which will help promote the tournament and their team and bring in additional TV revenue. The “Players Era Festival” is an eight-team tournament that will take place in November and will compensate $1 million NIL payouts…

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When Kirk Cousins announced that he was leaving the Minnesota Vikings for the Atlanta Falcons, everyone knew the team would take some hit. Aside from being a top-10 quarterback in the NFL, Cousins is also a veteran leader on and off the field. Until this point, like most professional organizations, Minnesota hasn’t received much negative press. The team celebrated signing Sam Darnold and drafting J.J. McCarthy as if they had just gotten Tom Brady and Caleb Williams. And they should. Their job is to make the fanbase feel like they are in a better position than when they had Cousins.…

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Professional Spring Football has never seemed to be able to stick longterm. The USFL and XFL both have been around and gone away for decades, but it seems like the current UFL may be different. With its unique rules, inside coverage, and TV network support, the UFL feels like it could potentially become the secondary watching option every weekend during the spring while other sports have their big events (Kentucky Derby, PGA Master’s etc..). UFL Ratings Near 1 Million Average Viewership The UFL is in the middle of their season. For most sports, this is when the viewership can tell…

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Over 3,150 players have entered the transfer portal, but a shockingly high number of them have not yet found a new place to play. With every college football team done with their spring practices, one has to wonder how many more roster spots will be filled as teams try to finalize their depth charts and rosters. 50% of College Football Transfer Portal Players Have No Home…Yet According to ON3 Sports Recruiting, 3,160 players have entered the portal, but only 1,588 have committed to a new school, and an additional 100 have decided to return to their old school. That means…

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