The San Francisco 49ers are reinventing their approach to the NFL draft and the process that leads up to it, thanks to a partnership with an international business software company. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on the shifting technology of scouting.
Since 2008, the Boise State football program has hosted Japanese coaches and players from Hosei University’s football team. Boise has even given Hosei University permission to install a blue football field. Only A Game’s Scott Graf has the story.
Washington’s NFL franchise is in danger of losing exclusive rights to the nickname “Redskins.” Sports on Earth’s Patrick Hruby joins Bill Littlefield to explore the issue.
Bill Littlefield laments baseball’s fall from glory and football’s growing popularity.
Lauren Silberman drew attention as the first female place kicker to participate in an NFL regional combine workout. She drew even more attention when her two kicks went about 15 yards each. Bill looks at Silberman’s effort and gets reaction from fellow kicker Katie Hnida.
This year, the story of which prospects had flourished or failed at the NFL scouting combine was overshadowed by allegations of inappropriate and potentially illegal questioning. Mike Tanier of Sports on Earth joined Bill to recap the combine and the controversy.
Tom Brady’s contract extension with the New England Patriots has raised eyebrows, but not for the reason you might expect. Some have suggested that Brady’s $27 million deal is “eye-poppingly conservative.” Bill Littlefield shares his thoughts.
Just a few years after learning the game of football, Ghana native and Brigham Young defensive lineman Ziggy Ansah was one of the most-watched players at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Bill Littlefield recently spoke to Ansah about his unusual road to the NFL Draft.
On Wednesday, high school football players across the country signed on to play at college football programs across the country. But one player was unable to do so. Bill Littlefield comments on the story of Alex Collins.
As Super Bowl XLVII kicks off in New Orleans, we finish off our 19th annual Only A Game Super Bowl haiku.