16 Dec 2014, 05:48pm by Matt Waldman
How to watch football with a more critical eye.
12 comments, Last at 01 Jun 2015, 5:36am by loveworth1
10 Dec 2014, 10:25pm by Vincent Verhei
In the third part of their series, Brian Wong and the crew at Summit Analytics have simulated a four-team playoff for every season back to 2005 to see who might have won championships if the BCS hadn't been limited to two teams a year.
2 comments, Last at 01 Jun 2015, 5:37am by loveworth1
21 Nov 2014, 01:52pm by Matt Waldman
Sigmund Bloom returns to the RSP Film Room for a first look at Jameis Winston and the FSU quarterback makes it look easy under difficult circumstances.
4 comments, Last at 01 Jun 2015, 5:42am by loveworth1
19 Nov 2014, 01:45pm by Vincent Verhei
The folks at Summit Analytics try to predict this year's playoff field based on prior years' data. For no reason I can fathom, they've decorated their piece with a photo of the Washington Huskies, currently 2-5 in the Pac-12 and not within shouting distance of the playoff field.
6 comments, Last at 01 Jun 2015, 5:46am by loveworth1
14 Nov 2014, 02:20pm by Matt Waldman
You want to learn about running back play? This is a great episode to watch and learn with Emory Hunt and I providing insights that will stick to your ribs.
1 comment, Last at 02 May 2015, 5:42am by loveworth
05 Nov 2014, 05:20pm by Vincent Verhei
This piece by Summit, a data analysis advisory firm based in Washington, D.C., looks back at what college football's postseason might have looked like in recent years if the four-team playoff had begun in 2010. (Hint: I hope you like watching Alabama play football.)
2 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2014, 1:27pm by mdfbo
31 Oct 2014, 12:07pm by Aaron Schatz
University of Houston head coach Tony Levine disagrees with statisticians about the random nature of turnovers, and has tried to build his team's strategy around winning the turnover margin consistently. Is this truly possible, or have the Cougars just had two lucky years?
17 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2014, 10:49pm by Whatev
22 Oct 2014, 01:08am by Matt Waldman
When the football world labels a prospect as “raw,” it can be a positive or negative connotation. How does one discern the difference? WR Devante Davis’ play provides some guidelines.
17 Oct 2014, 12:56pm by Matt Waldman
Lance Zierlein of the Sideline View stops by and gives a clinic on evaluating tackle play.
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, and should be the highest-paid. We can all agree on that. But this guest column by Kevin Kolbe explains why salaries for other quarterbacks are all out of whack.