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.)
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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.
11 Oct 2014, 12:27pm by Matt Waldman
RSP Film Room: Todd Gurley, Cecil Lammey, South Carolina tape? Study some tape with us.
09 Oct 2014, 05:26pm by Aaron Schatz
We don't normally throw up news XP for college players, but this is the current Heisman favorite, after all. Apparently, some sort of NCAA rules violation is being investigated.
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07 Oct 2014, 12:19pm by Matt Waldman
With receivers like WVU’s Kevin White, it’s often how you start and not how you finish — especially in the red zone.
01 Oct 2014, 09:46am by Matt Waldman
Rotoworld draft analyst Josh Norris stops by Matt Waldman's RSP film room for a tape session on Alabama RB T.J. Yeldon and Indiana RB Tevin Coleman.
23 Sep 2014, 04:39pm by Matt Waldman
Spend an hour in the film room with Matt Waldman as he reviews the talents of Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon and Alabama's Amari Cooper.
It's a year of huge cornerback contracts, with A.J. Bouye and Stephon Gilmore breaking the bank. But will these big-money contracts, and the big-time gambles associated with them, pay off?