Picks and projections for Week 10 of the 2013 college football season.
Applying behavioral economics to the game of football.
We dive into the charting data to find out how the ground game is effected as wide receivers are added to the field.
How does play-calling change when teams are backed up against their end zone?
We take a look at charting data to decide if big blitzing matters in the long run.
The charting project continues with a look at fourth-down passing.
What happens when a defense brings five pass rushers? Six?
A follow-up to last week's piece on quarterbacks and completion percentages.
A follow-up on the 114 big plays charted that did not finish in the end zone.
Where Collin Klein is underrated again and Matt Barkley is still overrated.
We thought we had charting gold on our hands.
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.
SB Nation's research and analytics interns charted over 100 games from the 2012 college football season. It's time to start finding out what we can learn from the data.