College football is weird
No major American sport is capable of breaking more completely than college football. One reason is that it's been broken since day one. And that's just the way we like it.
The Jayhawks will get some fresh air every Saturday and not much else
A kind of hat that wouldn’t work almost anywhere in the power conferences has found a home in Evanston.
The Big Ten’s skepticism about bowl games shifted a ton of history.
And grasp the unique weirdness of this particular part of college football.
For one thing, there are way, way too many Eagles.
The NFL’s budding punters debate the puntability of a wide array of items.
Let’s dive into the data.
Let’s not only test intelligence in better ways, let’s get some good TV out of it.
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.
On Thanksgiving 2019, a Mississippi man pretended to pee like a dog. Then nothing was the same.
Here’s a list of almost every major FBS bowl game ever, categorized by the only factor that currently matters.
Let’s simply compensate all college football players by having Odell Beckham Jr. disperse funds on camera at the end of each team’s season.
And the voodoo trend all the way back to the 1930s, kind of.
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Or the closest thing to it, based on historical consensus. We’ll also do a final count at the end.
And yeah, a Power 5 champ can likely make the Playoff despite a terrible loss.
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.