The first round of the NFL Draft will begin this Friday at 10am (AEST) when the LA Rams will be on the clock. Everyone expects one of the top two Quarterbacks, Jared Goff or Carson Wentz to be take first but
(Photo: Getty Images) With more Australians in the NFL and the NCAA football ranks than ever before it is exciting to see three get invited to the NFL combine. The four players are : Brad Craddock (K), Maryland Lachland Edwards (P), Sam
Utah punter Tom Hackett has put together a fantastic college career in his time as a Ute. The 2014 Ray Guy Award winner and a 2015 finalist for the award, has been named to the Pac-12 All-Century Football Team. The Pac-12 All-Century
Back on the 13th of November the semi finalists were announce for the 2015 Ray Guy Award which featured 4 Australians, namely Tom Hackett, Cameron Johnston, Alex Kinal & Nick Porebski. Yesterday the 3 finalists were announced and they will go to the College Football Hall
The Ray Guy Award committee announce ten semifinalists for the 2015 Ray Guy Award, which recognizes the most outstanding punter in college football. We were excited to see four Australian’s included the 10 semifinalists including 2014 winner Tom Hackett (pictured) playing for Utah.
The 2015 preseason watch list for the Ray Guy Award (top punter in college football) has been released by the Augusta Sports Council and it is loaded with Australians. Leading the way is the 2014 Ray Guy Award winner Tom Hackett
The number of Australian’s in the NFL right now is at a record number but so is the number of Australians playing college football. Just taking a look at the NCAA Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) which is the