1. Big Ten Football: Dark-Horse Teams Who Could Shake Up Big Ten

    The Big Ten title chase, while always fun to watch, typically boils down to the same handful of teams year after year...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 5,603 reads 23 comments

  2. Big Ten Football: 10 Must Win Non-Conference Games for Big Ten Teams in 2013

    A big component to restoring the prestige of Big Ten football is winning the marquee nonconference matchups each season. So far, that giant piece of the puzzle has been conspicuously absent...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 2,571 reads 4 comments

  3. Big Ten Football: 6 Weakest Depth Charts in the Conference

    The Big Ten is still in the midst of rebuilding itself to its former glory. The usual suspects, Michigan and Ohio State, are leading the way, joined by a few atypical Big Ten powers, like Northwestern and newcomer Nebraska...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 2,422 reads 5 comments

  4. Big Ten Football: Ranking the 10 Most Explosive Players in the Conference

    It is sometimes an overused superlative when it comes to describing the best players in college football, but explosiveness is not only a reason why some players get much of the praise, it's also why these players are as good as they are...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 4,173 reads 6 comments

  5. Best, Worst-Case Scenarios for Every Big Ten Team

    The Big Ten has been widely viewed as a "down and out" conference for the past several seasons. With the College Football Playoff taking the place of the BCS after this season, 2013 ...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 4,198 reads 38 comments

  6. Michigan State's Stadium Upgrade to Address Homeland Security-Requested Concerns

    Mark Hollis, the athletic director at Michigan State University, has confirmed that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security raised some concerns about Spartan Stadium and its vulnerability, ...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about over 2 years ago 3,364 reads 8 comments

  7. What If FBS College Football Used the Soccer System of Promotion & Relegation

    Imitation can often be the sincerest form of flattery. The game of American Football owes much of its origin to soccer, or "association football...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 3,125 reads 11 comments

  8. The Ultimate College Football Bucket List

    We've all heard about the old-timer whose dying wish to is watch a baseball game in every major league stadium, or the famous group of fans—now well into their golden years—who have attended every Super Bowl...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 8,585 reads 23 comments

  9. Comparing the Top 25 College QBs to Their NFL Counterparts

    The 2013 crop of college football quarterbacks is headlined by more than a small handful of potential future NFL stars. College QBs like Tajh Boyd, Braxton Miller and Teddy Bridgewater are all making an impact on the game before even turning pro...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 23,851 reads 63 comments

  10. How Michigan vs. Ohio State Got Even More Intense

    There are few rivalries in all of sport that can compare to the century-old bitterness that exists between Michigan and Ohio State...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 15,120 reads 77 comments

  11. What Having Only One First-Round Draft Pick Says About the State of the Big Ten

    It didn't take long for the fallout from the Big Ten's weak performance in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft to make its way around the college football world...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 1,407 reads 5 comments

  12. Bleacher Report's Post-Spring Practice Top 25

    Now that spring football is in the rear-view mirror, we thought it was the perfect time to reassess where each team stands...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 87,296 reads 345 comments

  13. Should More Marquee College Football Programs Play on Weeknights?

    College football used to be reserved for Saturdays. For the most part, the overwhelming majority of programs still play their games on Saturday. But over the past few years, many programs and conferences have moved games to earlier in the week...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 323 reads 0 comments

  14. 25 Average College Players Who Will Succeed in the NFL

    With the NFL draft just around the corner, we started thinking about all the great college football players that have gone on to make their marks in the NFL...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 3,016 reads 4 comments

  15. Power Ranking the 25 Schools with the Most 1st-Round NFL Draft Picks

    College football fans often look to their favorite program's success at placing players in the NFL as a point of pride...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 41,721 reads 18 comments

  16. 10 Must-Haves for the Ultimate Home Tailgating Experience

    The best place to be early Saturday is surrounded by friends outside of the stadium back at Dear Old U. The stacked grilled, the stocked cooler and old college buddies all combine to make the college football experience truly something special...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 4,881 reads 2 comments

  17. 10 Biggest College Football Scandals of the BCS Era

    With Oregon's recent admission that “major violations” occurred under former head coach Chip Kelly, the college football world is left to wonder, “what's next?” ...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 30,304 reads 89 comments

  18. 7 Old-School College Football Uniform Trends We Want to Come Back

    Years ago, Oregon started a trend in college football thanks to Oregon alumnus and Nike co-founder Phil Knight. The Ducks began sporting unique uniforms in bright florescent colors, which instantly became a topic of conversation...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 7,692 reads 14 comments

  19. Top 25 Tailgating Schools in College Football

    College football and tailgating have become so intertwined, it's difficult to envision one without the other anymore...

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  20. 10 Most Underrated Offensive Weapons in College Football

    Often the top performances in college football come from exactly the places you'd expect: the former 5-star prospect, the returning superstar senior, the lauded underclassmen. These guys get all the media attention, and for good reason...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 2,990 reads 13 comments

  21. Legendary College Football Coaches' Biggest Regrets

    In order to become a truly legendary college football coach you have to do a lot of things right. Winning games, championships and accolades don't happen by accident, and sustaining ...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 2,946 reads 15 comments

  22. 10 Coaches Who Will End Up on the Hot Seat with Disappointing 2013

    The college football coaching carousel has become an annual right of passage. Each season, coaches are hired and fired as on-field performance has become the main, and in many cases only measuring stick...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 1,264 reads 14 comments

  23. Why There Should Be Beer Sales at Every College Football Stadium

    For decades, college football venues—mostly stadiums on campus owned and operated by the universities themselves—shied away from alcohol sales. There was good reason for it too...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 10,913 reads 24 comments

  24. 7 Most Innovative Offensive Minds in College Football Today

    There's no question we're living in an era where offense in king in college football. Gone are the days of those classic 7-3 battles where teams grind it out slowly, methodically until that long-awaited score is finally realized...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 8,407 reads 22 comments

  25. What's Fair and Foul When Following Johnny Manziel in the Media?

    When most college football players win the Heisman Trophy, they have but one game left in their college careers before they're off to the NFL...

    David Luther Written by David Luther about almost 3 years ago 6,091 reads 12 comments