1. Gus Malzahn and Will Muschamp Are the Next Nick Saban and Lane Kiffin

    Some of the most exceptional football minds who have ever nervously paced a sideline have publicly admitted that they need help. They're tossing egos aside. They're tapping enormous financial reserves...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 12 hours ago 9,830 reads 121 comments

  2. College Football Superlatives from Kramer's Korner: End-of-Year Awards

    It was just August; how exactly did we arrive here ? Each year, we tell ourselves to relish each and every moment of the college football season, knowing the silent void ahead...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 3 days ago 32,396 reads 30 comments

  3. Meet Melvin Gordon, the Most Snakebitten Heisman Trophy Candidate Ever

    To truly appreciate Melvin Gordon’s season—one of the most historic and unfortunately timed stretches of brilliance the sport has ever seen—you must quantify it with something more...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 6 days ago 208,972 reads 126 comments

  4. Adam Kramer's Guide to the College Football Bowl Season

    We have been conditioned to care about the College Football Playoff and only the College Football Playoff...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 9 days ago 28,114 reads 53 comments

  5. Somehow, Someway College Football Got Its Dream Playoff Lineup

    The biggest cheers on Sunday didn’t come from Columbus, Ohio. They came from back rooms and boardrooms in Bristol, Connecticut, where the network tasked with televising the ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 10 days ago 133,252 reads 641 comments

  6. Ohio State Puts Playoff Committee Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    INDIANAPOLIS — If you are a member of the College Football Playoff selection committee member reading this for whatever reason, I have some simple, timely advice. Run as fast as you possibly can and don’t look back...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 11 days ago 116,161 reads 819 comments

  7. Oregon States an Emphatic Case for the No. 1 Ranking in College Football Playoff

    At halftime of the Pac-12 Championship Game, Oregon had two fewer points than Arizona—the nation’s No. 7 team coming in—had total yards...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 12 days ago 60,418 reads 365 comments

  8. Beware: This Isn't the Same 'Soft' Oregon Team

    The assumption, even now, is that Oregon will eventually fail. It’s why a team with all of the essential components—headlined by a create-a-player under center, a youthful ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 13 days ago 41,988 reads 284 comments

  9. Mike Riley to Nebraska Is the Most Shocking Silly Season Hire in Recent Memory

    There were no planes tracked and no advance intel of back-room conversations. Just as the ink dried on Jim McElwain’s contract at Florida, Nebraska turned the football world on its head with one unanticipated social media bomb...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 13 days ago 76,697 reads 180 comments

  10. Kramer's College Football Notebook: The Committee Has Gone Mad

    If winning all of the games on your schedule is not enough, what precedent does that set? More importantly, in a year devoid of dominant teams, why should a program playing in a Power ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 15 days ago 218,944 reads 985 comments

  11. Michigan Should Be Thinking Les Miles or Bust After Firing Brady Hoke

    Michigan’s first, second and third order of business should be to gas up the private jet, table its fear of being rejected (again), and fly down to Louisiana to convince Les ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 15 days ago 72,123 reads 308 comments

  12. College Football Superlatives from Kramer's Korner: Preseason Polls Looking Good

    Preseason football polls are repulsive, purposeless, preposterous and a determent to the overall well-being of the sport. They should be sent to the moon or the bottom of the ocean...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 17 days ago 22,829 reads 21 comments

  13. Forget the Playoff, the Iron Bowl Is the Best Thing in College Football

    It will live on for a multitude of reasons, some of which won’t be defined for some time. It won’t be remembered for one second—or even one specific moment, for ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 18 days ago 102,166 reads 815 comments

  14. What Has Caused the Downfall of College Football's Blue Bloods?

    Teenage me didn't understand this past Saturday. He watched as giants from another era fell in spectacular fashion. One after the next, they all came tumbling down...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 21 days ago 10,997 reads 30 comments

  15. Kramer's College Football Notebook: Committee Setting Very Dangerous Precedent

    The transparency between selection committee and fans was supposed to enhance the College Football Playoff experience. At the very least, it was poised to allow access to information that was once sealed and tucked away...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 22 days ago 56,522 reads 217 comments

  16. College Football Superlatives from Kramer's Korner: The Year of the Running Back

    A true freshman just shattered a historic record that had stood for a whole seven days. That, more than anything, paints a picture of just how remarkable 2014 has been for running backs...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 24 days ago 11,425 reads 26 comments

  17. College Football Fans Deserve Better Than Cupcake Saturday in November

    For the first time in a long time, I left a college football Saturday completely unsatisfied. It’s as if this was only a tease—a warm-up, if you will—and the main ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 25 days ago 23,241 reads 238 comments

  18. Mississippi State's Late Scholarship Pull Shows What's Wrong with Recruiting

    This is not just a Mississippi State problem. Before you direct your outrage exclusively in the direction of a singular program or head coach, keep that in mind...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 26 days ago 22,429 reads 82 comments

  19. Kramer's College Football Notebook: Is SEC Bias Back?

    You could argue that the Week 13 College Football Playoff Top 25 is rife with SEC bias, although you’d have to wander down a ways to make your case, with the first four teams being fine right where they are...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 29 days ago 32,223 reads 453 comments

  20. College Football Playoff Chairman Jeff Long Embraces His Role as Twitter Pinata

    These days, Jeff Long’s Twitter mentions should come with disclaimers. Don’t let your children near them. Latex gloves should be required before scrolling through the endless stream of scorn...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 30 days ago 25,535 reads 36 comments

  21. College Football Superlatives from Kramer's Korner: Welcome to Campaign Season

    Urban Meyer ’s first order of business was the most imperative: conquer Minnesota in its outdoor, oversized , alcohol-serving snow globe and keep all hopes for a College Football Playoff appearance alive no matter what cost...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 month ago 14,657 reads 43 comments

  22. Florida State, the Teflon Kings of College Football, Look Like Team of Destiny

    Until you cut off Florida State’s head, it is not dead. And even if you managed to somehow pull off this enormous feat, holding actual physical proof to the sky for the college football world to see, it wouldn ’t seem real...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 month ago 35,199 reads 241 comments

  23. Kramer's College Football Playoff Notebook: Committee Turning on Florida State?

    A team that has not lost a football game since November 2012—almost two full-calendar years—was leapfrogged by a program with one loss on Tuesday night...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 month ago 35,091 reads 287 comments

  24. College Football Superlatives from Kramer's Korner: An Unexpected Star Is Born

    With 5-star weapons scattered all over the field, Alabama called on a lineman turned tight end—a 304-pound hulking human being who looked far too large to be running free down any football field—at a time when it needed a big play...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 month ago 16,885 reads 22 comments

  25. Making Sense of the Carnage of College Football's Elimination Saturday

    It was billed as the Saturday of the college football season; a day where playoff resumes would blossom while others would be left in ruins...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 month ago 22,244 reads 32 comments