We take a look at charting data to decide if big blitzing matters in the long run.
How the perfect play call, perfect execution, or both, can break a big play and potentially change a game.
College football coaches lean on the no-back on third-and-6, but nobody makes it the focal point of their offense.
While the odds are against UCLA, if college football has taught us anything this year, it’s that you never really know what you’re going to get from week to week. Hopefully this sequel proves more entertaining than the unimaginative original.
Finally able to get the Oregon offense out of its comfort zone, Stanford flipped the Pac-12 conference on its head as we enter into the homestretch.
Box scores and play-by-plays from Week 12 of the college football season. You are so fantastically insane, college football.
In last week’s 59-17 victory over Cal, Oregon continued a season-long trend of turning opponent’s turnovers into quick points.
While it is easy to give all the credit for their 10-0 start to their Heisman front-runner quarterback, the Kansas State Wildcats should be praised as the most-balanced team in the country.
The TCU Horned Frogs opted to go for two and attempt to win the game on the road rather than let the game play out in a third overtime.