Recruiting: Avon Old Farms 4 Star Quarterback Ryan Puglisi verbally commits to Georgia

October 18, 2022

Four star quarterback Ryan Puglisi announced last night that he is verbally committing to Georgia. Puglisi is one of the top quarterbacks in the Class of 2024 and was a priority for the Georgia coaching staff in recent months. Puglisi was on campus on Saturday to watch the Bulldogs dismantle Vanderbilt. Obviously Kirby Smart, his staff the team and the campus must have made enough of an impression to…


College: Cine shines on the biggest stage, proving Massachusetts kids can play big time college football

January 12, 2022

Georgia safety and Everett native Lewis Cine was voted as the Defensive Player of the Game in Monday night’s national championship game. Georgia won 33-16 and claimed their first national title in 41 years. Cine finished with seven total tackles, 6 solo tackles, 1 tackle for loss and 1 pass break up. He was all over the place for a Georgia defense that returned to form after a tough SEC…


College: The College Football Playoff will have a New England feel to it

December 31, 2021

After weeks of hype, the College Football Playoff is finally here. Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia and Florida will duke it out later on today to determine who will play for a national championship on January 10th. Cincinnati takes on Alabama in the first match up but most folks around here will be paying attention to the nightcap when Georgia takes on Michigan. The game will feature 15 players from New England….


High School: Central Catholic’s Preston Zinter picks up seven Power 5 offers this week

May 27, 2021

Central Catholic ATH/WR/TE Preston Zinter has had a busy week. He had multiple SEC offers this week from LSU, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Georgia, Ohio State, Arizona and Syracuse. The Class of 2023 prospect is now a national recruit who is garnering interest beyond just Boston College and the Big Ten. Zinter had an impressive first season at Central Catholic and then followed that up by playing in The League this…