10 Sep 2009, 03:55pm by Bill Connelly
Who is college football's best safety: Eric Berry of Tennessee, or Taylor Mays of USC?
2 comments, Last at 11 Sep 2009, 2:09am by bubqr
09 Sep 2009, 12:36pm by Mike Tanier
Our division-by-division previews for ESPN Insider finish up with this look at the AFC North, with an older running back on the decline and a couple of younger running backs on the rise.
06 Sep 2009, 04:44pm by Bill Barnwell
My time with the wonderful, miserable NFC North ends with these four dispatches for ESPN Insider.
12 comments, Last at 09 Sep 2009, 7:28am by paytonrules
03 Sep 2009, 04:05pm by Brian Fremeau
Brian Fremeau discusses why the college football world would be a better place if the top teams stopped playing so many games against FCS cupcakes and started playing more games against each other.
02 Sep 2009, 06:18pm by Bill Barnwell
Just catching up on our "Ones to Watch" feature for ESPN Insider; the AFC and NFC South versions have been posted.
7 comments, Last at 03 Sep 2009, 6:51pm by Mr Shush
02 Sep 2009, 04:13pm by The Outsiders
In case you haven't seen the latest copy of ESPN the Magazine, this year's NFL preview has a ton of content from Football Outsiders, including division picks straight from FOA 2009 (including each team's projection broken down into percentage chance of being a Super Bowl contender, playoff contender, and so on). The focus of the issue as a whole is on the offensive line, and part of that focus is a giant glossary of offensive line terms written by Mike Tanier. ESPN has also expanded this glossary online with a couple of features.
2 comments, Last at 02 Sep 2009, 8:31pm by speedegg
31 Aug 2009, 11:08pm by J.I. Halsell
As part of a larger ESPN package looking at backup quarterbacks around the NFL, J.I. Halsell looks at which teams devote the most and least salary cap room to the quarterback position as a whole, and second-string quarterbacks in particular.
1 comment, Last at 26 Oct 2009, 1:09am by RN
28 Aug 2009, 11:59am by The Outsiders
Our final college football conference preview for ESPN INSIDER looks at which Big Ten programs may be on the rise this season. It also asks whether the Big Ten needs to re-jigger its scheduling in order to improve matchups -- and raise strength of schedule to help teams get into BCS games.
27 Aug 2009, 01:15pm by Brian Fremeau
Brian Fremeau estimates how the best non-BCS teams in college football would have done in the BCS conferences of years past.