Constructing the Ideal College Football Program

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Constructing the Ideal College Football Program
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Last week, Bleacher Report's Adam Kramer, months after first disappearing into his mom's basement laboratory, emerged with a scientifically-engineered college quarterback

(Sadly, it was not the Tommy Rees/B.J. Daniels/Stephen Garcia ManBearPig that was promised.) 

In essence, this is the expanded, less science-y version of that: constructing the ideal college football program. 

Here, we dive into what makes a college football program so unique: the stadium, the tailgating, the tradition and lore, the fight song and everything in between. The only rule is that there are no rules. All-time rosters and coaches are eligible. This stadium doesn't have to mesh with that college town. 

So what does B/R's ideal college football program look like? It's a combination of greatness spelled out in the following slides. 

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