College football has a very silly scheduling setup. We'll try and come up with stupid ways to break it even more than it has already broken itself.
Several options are on the table but, for now, the league desperately wants games to happen
For no reason at all, let’s imagine a September-less CFB season.
Rivals ducking each other because of fear, greed, accusations, bad manners, and inequity? Yep, we’ve been yelling at each other about this for well over a century.
It’s time to bring scheduling out of the caves and embrace stressful capitalism.
Let’s find the most schedule-doomed team of each decade in college football history.
Whether it’s a good idea to challenge yourself depends in large part on who you are.
Below are bowl/playoff scores and schedules, sure. More importantly, we have 44 pieces of wacky college football history throughout.
Stop trying to be the NFL.
Realistically comparing your team’s peaks to its annual peers can help show how attractive a destination your head coaching job might be.
Two teams in your conference can play a 13th game against each other. Spend it more wisely.
Spice up your relationship with your rival by agreeing to play in April instead, then showing up in March.
College football has a waning but deep Thanksgiving history. Its many rivalries demand superlatives.
The joyous phenomenon, defined and explained.
Don’t let the corporate suits tell you which rivals you do and do not get to play.
Here are college football teams who should follow the example set by Colorado-Nebraska and UConn-UCF.
These games show you form opinions at your own risk.
The first year of the BCS happened to give us twice as many ranked-vs.-ranked games as usual.
Replacing divisions with a pod system would carry a ton of benefits and no obvious drawbacks.
Check the numbers.
These Nobodies never actually got the chance to compete for titles, but if they did beat a Somebody, there was always an excuse.
For whatever reason, the Mountain West Championship no longer gets to shut down college football’s final full Saturday.
The biggest games are the biggest games because they don’t come around often. Plus, they’re in defined time slots.