Rules seem to be of some significance in college football. We'll usually try to find fun ways to talk about them, if we must.
The Big Ten’s skepticism about bowl games shifted a ton of history.
The introduction of a December signing period has crunched the recruiting calendar and created competing incentives.
The most American invention has always fueled the market of the most American sport.
Now we wait for Saban to try this against somebody else.
After the first football game, "The Birthplace" had little to do with the sport’s evolution. And was that first game even football?
Coaches pushing the limits of trick plays to get an edge? Yes. Players making thrilling plays? Yes. The suits bumbling around to adapt rules on the fly? Absolutely.
The internet has long debated whether parts of the Auburn hero touched the ground. They didn’t, according to body part experts.
Five professional game designers helped us upgrade the ultimate bonus minigame: football OT.
CFB disputes never resolve, often including the games themselves.
Players should not be ejected for clearly accidental violations.
They’re all spiritual successors to games in New York City back in the 1980s ... and the 1890s, too.
Nobody’s really in charge, so responses to inclement weather vary.
Here are seven ways this would make football better.
Is your school being accused of breaking the rules? Here’s how the whole saga is likely to play out.