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From Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel:

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Study Hall is now available as a PDF for e-readers

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I'm still trying to get a Kindle-specific version put out, but that process takes a while. But if you're dying to have Study Hall: College Football, Its Stats and Its Stories, wait no longer. It is now available for $8.99 at Football Outsiders!

Key 2012 Players and Who's Returning in 2013

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A list of 2012 statistics for key offensive skill and defensive players, as well as info about who is and isn't returning in 2013.

College Football Teams' Roster Management Analysis: Pt 2 - Public Universities

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Part 2 of Roster Management series - Large Public Universities compared

A physical copy!

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I think the July 29 release date is pretty realistic now...

Bill on Solid Verbal

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I always enjoy chatting with Dan and Ty. There's just enough book talk for me to justify putting it on the Study Hall hub, though there will likely be another appearance in another month or so.

Compu-Picks 2013 Spring Preview, Free Sample

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Free Sample of the 2013 Compu-Picks Spring Preview, featuring the Alabama Crimson Tide and TCU Horned Frogs.

Sticking With the Theme of Data Sharing:

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This isn't mine by any means, but I have been using it to create rankings for several past years (got back to 1990 as of now, with some scattered years prior to that). It's not nearly detailed enough to include play-by-play data, but it's got complete game scores for FBS schools going back to the early 1900's, and that's enough for some. As I've said, I've used these to create my own (amateur, probably wrong) rankings and I can say two things based on that: 1) 1959 Ole Miss was every bit the juggernaut Bill C said it was in his "100 Teams, 100 Years" Varsity Numbers Post 2) Steve Spurrier was a dick, based on 1996 Florida's obscene offense.

We Have Been Arguing About The Same Things In College Football For 75 Years

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Kleph and Todd from Roll Bama Roll put together an interesting couple of posts (here's kleph's) regarding controversial bowl selections in the mid- to late-1930s. All we're missing is a reference to a four- or eight-team playoff, and we will officially have been arguing about the same thing since before World War II.

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