I'm from Pittsburgh and went to Maryland. Now I live in D.C., the college football capital of the world, where I write and edit for Banner Society.
Here’s an idea that wouldn’t backfire: tying postseason eligibility to a school’s medical research success.
A kind of hat that wouldn’t work almost anywhere in the power conferences has found a home in Evanston.
Pinpoint-accurate Australians dominated college punting for years. This mega-punter restored American pride with a different strategy: kicking the ball really damn hard.
Meet the modern equivalent to football’s do-everything stars of the 20th century.
Meet my closet’s most adaptable article of clothing, which can be worn with anything (or nothing) at any time.
Since the beginning, football has been the key to every other college sport’s survival.
A century ago, Cal showed everyone else how to have a stress-free good time.
We asked the internet to make five-person teams of people who share birthdays. Then we asked the internet to vote on these teams.
The Unifying Theorem of Hot Dogs says a hot dog’s quality depends on where you eat it.