25 Jan 2011, 02:18pm by Brian Fremeau
Texas is in a unique position, financially and competitively, to reject conference affiliation entirely and become an independent. How might that decision impact the Longhorns and college football as a whole?
7 comments, Last at 26 Jan 2011, 10:00am by justanothersteve
20 Jan 2011, 01:54pm by Vincent Verhei
The Patriots needed to blitz Mark Sanchez on Sunday, and they didn't. Will the Steelers make the same mistake? And will the Jets play the same heavy coverage-oriented defense against Ben Roethlisberger that they played against Tom Brady?
2 comments, Last at 20 Jan 2011, 4:22pm by tuluse
19 Jan 2011, 01:35pm by Bill Barnwell
We've got an article up on ESPN covering the Bears-Packers matchup and how there's been a dramatic disparity in injuries between the two teams.
36 comments, Last at 23 Jan 2011, 11:55pm by Jerry
17 Jan 2011, 05:07pm by Aaron Schatz
Or as Bill Simmons calls it, "recovering Patriots fan edition." We break down the Pats loss and the conference championships. I apologize for the fact that we discuss the Patriots before we get into the rest of the playoffs. Forward to 28:00 to skip to the start of my conversation with Bill, and 34:00 if you want to skip the Patriots talk.
13 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2011, 10:08pm by NYExpat
14 Jan 2011, 03:00pm by Brian Fremeau
Brian Fremeau updates the Program FEI, a weighted, five-year assessment of possession efficiency and one of the baseline metrics for our 2011 projections.
12 Jan 2011, 11:55am by Vincent Verhei
AGS analyzes how rare the Seahawks' upset was and how likely it is to happen again.
7 comments, Last at 19 Jan 2011, 1:26pm by spenczar
10 Jan 2011, 05:58pm by Aaron Schatz
Time for a second B.S. Report mega-podcast, with Bill Simmons and I discussing the upcoming Divisional Round matchups.
13 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2011, 5:00pm by reacharound
07 Jan 2011, 02:11pm by Bill Connelly
Both Auburn and Oregon have great offenses, but in the latest piece for ESPN Insider, Bill Connelly looks at which team is more prone to funks (something that could obviously be key on Monday night) and where each offense's vulnerability most clearly lies.
5 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2011, 5:24pm by jsram666
04 Jan 2011, 04:35pm by Vincent Verhei
To beat the Kansas City Chiefs, you have to stop three players: Jamaal Charles, Dwayne Bowe, and Tamba Hali. The Raiders were able to stop two of them. How many will the Ravens be able to stop?
7 comments, Last at 07 Jan 2011, 2:23pm by bigcarl
03 Jan 2011, 02:43pm by Brian Fremeau
One key to Virginia Tech's success in tonight's Orange Bowl is to force Andrew Luck into poor starting field position. Brian Fremeau examines Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster's resume against elite passers for other keys.