Few sports are better suited to alternate histories than college football is. We have so many teams, they play so few games, players are only around for a few years, coaches change jobs constantly ... and one little bounce can matter more than all of that.
Oklahoma punted on a chance to beat Georgia in the Rose Bowl. Let’s consider how the world might’ve been different.
Would you send somebody back? Forward? To a different school? Etc.?
In 2013, the Trojans passed on hiring their beloved interim coach. That changed the arc of at least a half-dozen major programs.
Inches separated Louisville from the Tigers’ 2016 ACC Atlantic title. Those inches changed the sport, possibly for years to come.
Here are college football teams who should follow the example set by Colorado-Nebraska and UConn-UCF.
The internet has long debated whether parts of the Auburn hero touched the ground. They didn’t, according to body part experts.
Reminiscing and grading the least-endorsed football video game ever made.
College football’s sprawling randomness fits Twitter better than it does any other social media platform.