01 Jul 2011, 11:20pm by Aaron Schatz
This is a really great feature at ESPN.com, a countdown of their top 50 players who were superstars in college football but never made it big in the NFL. There are players who had a few mediocre years, players who washed out entirely, and players who never even tried to make it as a pro. Sure, a few of the picks are option quarterbacks like J.C. Watts, but most of them are either players who struggled with injury or players whose games should have translated to the NFL, and just didn't. Number One is Archie Griffin.
21 comments, Last at 05 Jul 2011, 4:58pm by spenczar
22 Jun 2011, 11:02am by Bill Connelly
North Carolina gets served, and Bill Connelly's SB Nation previews continue.
09 Jun 2011, 05:20pm by Bill Connelly
Bill Connelly's team profiles at SB Nation continue.
2 comments, Last at 10 Jun 2011, 7:36pm by Bill Connelly
07 Jun 2011, 06:40pm by Bill Connelly
Terrelle Pryor has announced that he will skip his senior season at Ohio State.
51 comments, Last at 11 Jun 2011, 11:02am by zlionsfan
30 May 2011, 09:02am by Brian Fremeau
Jim Tressel is out at Ohio State.
32 comments, Last at 02 Jun 2011, 8:49pm by ASmitty
27 May 2011, 12:27pm by Bill Connelly
A lengthy profile of Texas A&M and the latest from Football Study Hall and SB Nation.
1 comment, Last at 28 May 2011, 12:05pm by Jeff M.
25 May 2011, 05:05pm by Brian Fremeau
The SI vault posted an image of Gene Stallings' 1992 Alabama defensive quality control chart, a breakdown of dozens of metrics charted during their championship run.
18 comments, Last at 28 May 2011, 10:15am by DoubleB
25 May 2011, 04:03pm by Bill Connelly
Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel stakes a claim for a different No. 1 team this fall and uses Football Outsiders data as backup.
4 comments, Last at 11 Jun 2011, 11:30pm by Arrow
17 May 2011, 12:14pm by Aaron Schatz
College football blogger The Wiz of Odds has analyzed expense reports from 56 of the 70 teams that played in bowl games last year, to try to figure out if the bowl games really are the moneymakers that many college football officials claim them to be. The biggest issue here seems to be "ticket guarantees." Schools agree to purchase a percentage of tickets in order to play in a bowl game, which means if those tickets don't sell to the public, the school is on the hook. And the University of Connecticut got MASSIVELY screwed playing in last year's Fiesta Bowl.
28 comments, Last at 22 May 2011, 9:22pm by zlionsfan
Guest columnist Jared Cohen's research shows that Philadelphia may not be the only offense that sees an unusually high rate of opposing injuries.