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Official NCAA Records

A great place to begin any investigation into the world of college football is through the official information about college football. The NCAA provides their information and yearbooks free of charge through their website. These books provide a wealth of information about the people and the teams that have played this game.

Unfortunately, the NCAA has also changed URLs on me a few times in the past, so please let me know if they do that again to me.

NCAA.org
The official website of the NCAA.
The Official NCAA Football Site
The official site for NCAA football.
The Official NCAA Division I-A/I-AA Record Book
An exhaustive compendium of records and information about Division I FBS and FCS college football.
Archived NCAA Record Books
The Official NCAA Division II and III Yearbook
A wealth of information about Division II and Division III college football.
Archived NCAA Record Books
Division I, II, and III Championship Records Books
The record book for games in the Division I, II, and III championship playoffs.
Archived NCAA Championships Record Books
College Football's Finest
An interesting collection of information about some of the great players and teams of the past. Published in 2002 and only goes up to the year 2000.

Columns

The Bowls, Part II

Running late, but moving fast! That's pretty common for me. Here are the picks.

The Bowls, Part I

The start of the bowl season, when I take wild guesses at who will win them. Some traditions get old right away.

Week 14 Preview

It's championship week! Let's talk games.

Week 13 Debriefing

Where are we now with the playoffs? Well, let me tell you...

Week 13 Preview

It's rivalry week. For as many great games as we've had this year, this is the only weekend that matters.

Week 12 Preview

There is plenty going on in another good weekend for college football. And after last weekend, I don't think anyone is sleeping on these games.

On the Firing of Les Miles

A few thoughts on the firing of Les Miles. Short version: LSU is stupid.