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Other Research Sites

If you are interested in learning more about college football and the people and teams that have left their mark on the game, there are several excellent sites that provide more avenues of research.

American College Football (RSFC Homepage)
David Wilson's homepage for the rec.sports.football.college newsgroup. Even if newsgroups have fallen by the wayside, this site has not and it is still excellent.
College Football Data Warehouse
A very thorough collection of information, including a very impressive collection of data for coaches and teams. A great place to go to look up stats and winning percentages.
Intercollegiate Football Researchers Association
The Intercollegiate Football Researchers Association. Not the easiest site to navigate, but they have a good newsletter.
D1SportsNet Football
A good collection of news and information, including a nice collection of results from past years and bowl game information.
1st-N-Goal
A good source of information regarding college football. Not as extensive as some other sites, but a good site nonetheless. I was told to replace it with the Intercollegiate Football Researchers Association site, but this site still has some good stuff on it.
 

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Bowl Preview 1

Bowl games! You know, those games where teams get to go play a sport for fun. Doesn't really fit in with the modern sensibilities, I know. Anyway, here's the first batch of games.

Week 14 Recap

A fundamentally boring week of conference championships. Explain that to me.

Week 14 Preview

Championship weekend. I'm still not a fan: too many opportunities for teams to drop games that can mess up their seasons.

Week 13 Recap

Rivarly week didn't provide too many surprises, but there were enough that's the week is worth talking about.

Week 13 Preview

It's rivalry week! But it's an amazingly uninteresting rivalry week. I seriously can't believe how uninteresting this weekend is. It's rivalry week, and the games aren't interesting. What the heck?

Week 12 Recap

One interesting result, and a whole lot of nothing happened.