Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
Steve Spurrier stays aggressive, Les Miles stays Les Miles, and Oregon lets Washington State stick around far too long in Bill Connelly's wrap-up of the sixth week of the college football season.
This week's sees upsets a-plenty, with big wins from Washington, Tennessee, Arizona, and... Oakland? Yes, Oakland. Plus: Sabby Piscitelli does something right.
Taking a look at Washington State's company on the "historically bad streak of play" list. Plus: F/+ vs. AP, upsets, and the number five.
Marshawn Lynch loves/hates his new coach, Flozell Adams hates everyone, Nick Barnett shares his dating philosophy, and more of this week's best quotes.
The Redskins have lost a majority of their offensive linemen early in this season, yet they are tied for first place in the division. Ben Muth breaks it down.
Nebraska and Alabama face interesting road tests this weekend, as the SDA crew previews Week 6 of the college football season.
Mike Tanier shares his thoughts on the jury-rigged Bears offensive line and the Philadelphia police while preparing to do his civic duty.
This week's Scramble brings you musings on parity, truly awful fantasy teams, and whether gratuitous Latin can save an otherwise bad commercial (spoiler: no).
Oregon flipped a switch Saturday night and turned a three-score deficit into a three-score victory. Plus, a closer look at converting 10-yard drives into scoring drives.
Doug Farrar breaks down the origins of the Pistol offense, its effectiveness in college football, and its future in the NFL.