Bowl games are very strange football games people pretend not to like. It's ok to like bowl games.
The Big Ten’s skepticism about bowl games shifted a ton of history.
Here’s a list of almost every major FBS bowl game ever, categorized by the only factor that currently matters.
And the voodoo trend all the way back to the 1930s, kind of.
Below are bowl/playoff scores and schedules, sure. More importantly, we have 44 pieces of wacky college football history throughout.
Each week or so, The Top Whatever ranks all the college football things that must be ranked. This edition ranks the entire 2019 season’s postseason.
Why are bowl games called "bowl games?" The answer to that and several other questions go back to the Rose Bowl.
Antiquated rules have meant some forgettable teams ascending to the biggest bowls.
Fittingly for this sport, the 1902 Rose Bowl was ugly as hell, made a lot of money, and spawned a tradition that lasted generations.
Or at the very least, far more college football.
If you want to watch evenly matched football, then here’s some good news: now we have a lot more of it.
A guide to talking around an embarrassing postseason L.
Conference ties are a pain. Merely getting rid of them is not enough.
Two teams in your conference can play a 13th game against each other. Spend it more wisely.
It probably doesn’t, but here are two charts to check just in case.
Don’t like football on TV? Then you’re making the same argument somebody was making back when there was only one bowl.
This photographer was just trying to do his job. Now he’s got a story to tell for the rest of his life.
When the Irish get to New Year’s Six-caliber games, they lose.
An industrial park named after elk put its slogan on a game in the Caribbean. Standard college football behavior.