1. The 6 Most Entertaining Personalities from College Football Media Days

    The chairs have been tucked away. The microphones and cameras have been stored in their mobile hiding places—at least for now—as they wait for what comes next, just like us...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 12 months ago 7,846 reads 11 comments

  2. Winners and Losers from 2014 Big Ten Media Days

    CHICAGO — “Talking season,” as Steve Spurrier likes to call it, is over. It’s time for football...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 46,652 reads 110 comments

  3. Big Ten Media Days 2014: Notable Quotes and Reaction from Day 1

    CHICAGO — Change was in the air. Day 1 of Big Ten media days served as the unofficial welcome for two new programs, one enthusiastic football coach and some renewed mentalities ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 16,891 reads 33 comments

  4. Top 5 Storylines to Watch for at 2014 Big Ten Media Days

    Just a short walk from Lake Michigan, only an 8-iron or so from some of the best shopping on the planet, the best and brightest in the Big Ten will meet to celebrate another year of college football...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 10,476 reads 28 comments

  5. June Jones' Small Conference Secession Idea Is Brilliant, but It Just Won't Work

    Football, all year round. No offseason, no breaks; just food, screaming irrational responses to your television and meaningful games spread throughout the calendar...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 6,612 reads 5 comments

  6. With the Heisman Trophy in Sight, UCLA's Myles Jack Is Shooting for the Stars

    Why not? As Myles Jack readies for his sophomore year as UCLA’s star linebacker, he is fully aware of what we’re saying...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 58,650 reads 94 comments

  7. Best Value Bets for Every Power 5 College Football Conference

    It would be easy to circle the conference favorites, light up premature victory cigars and call it a day...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 11,946 reads 19 comments

  8. How Charlie Strong and Texas Should Define Success in 2014

    Success in college football is almost always defined by wins and championships. Often times, the many steps it takes to get there—the minor milestones, the lesser barriers broken—are unappreciated, dwarfed by the bigger picture...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 7,404 reads 51 comments

  9. 5 Defensive Players Who Could Be Heisman Trophy Finalists in 2014

    In all likelihood, regardless of how immaculate the resumes may look by the time December rolls around, a defensive player will not win the Heisman in 2014...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 26,443 reads 89 comments

  10. How Nike and Oregon Created College Football's Perfect Brand

    On a gloomy December day in 2011, under overcast Eugene skies, Oregon conducted a secret test, which was actually more of a science experiment...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 98,349 reads 269 comments

  11. Questions We Would Love to Ask at SEC Media Days

    It is part circus and part mob. Oh, and there is also intermittent college football talk sprinkled among the crowds, the three-letter chants, the pristine golf tans and glorious coaching ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 19,444 reads 74 comments

  12. Have College Football Fans Become Completely Jaded to NCAA Investigations?

    The most striking thing to come from the announcement that the NCAA will revive its investigation of North Carolina wasn't the news itself. It's that it wasn't perceived as news at all...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 4,206 reads 33 comments

  13. The Case for Michigan Freshman Sensation Jabrill Peppers to Play Both Ways

    For Brady Hoke , the scenario entering the 2014 season is pretty simple: Win, or else. The “or else” requires no further elaboration...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 15,657 reads 49 comments

  14. Pat Fitzgerald's Northwestern Team Closer to Top of Big Ten Than Fans Think

    Given everything it has been through, one would only assume that Northwestern would take a match to the football blueprint and start fresh. You wouldn ’t blame the Wildcats if they did...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 5,674 reads 20 comments

  15. Inside Look at How Las Vegas Oddsmakers Come Up with College Football Spread

    Aaron Kessler is a Las Vegas oddsmaker at the Golden Nugget. Aside from monitoring the movements of lines during the season, Kessler also spearheads the release of the college football ‘Games of the Year’ during the summer...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 29,601 reads 7 comments

  16. Mark Emmert's O'Bannon Trial Comments Tell CFB Fans What They Already Know

    Boise State will never win a college football national championship, and we’re completely at peace with this...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 8,493 reads 38 comments

  17. Why Auburn-Kansas State Could Be College Football's Game of 2014

    The potency of a regular-season college football game still months away is beginning to take shape, and yet, buzz for this contest will likely be marginal as we slowly churn toward the start of the season...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 35,817 reads 329 comments

  18. Bleacher Report's College Football Locks of the Year for 2014

    More than 200 college football games now have point spreads, a luxury made possible by the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 95,001 reads 339 comments

  19. Building the Ideal College Football Quarterback for 2014

    Science has prevailed. A company—which has chosen to remain nameless—has discovered a way to genetically engineer the perfect quarterback...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 68,531 reads 199 comments

  20. Nick Saban Is a Bargain for Alabama at Almost Any Price

    At $5.5 million a season, he was underpaid. At nearly $7 million a year, Alabama head coach Nick Saban is still a tremendous bargain in a world that does not abide by conventional financial rules and guidelines...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 8,815 reads 153 comments

  21. Rich Rodriguez's Unorthodox New Contract Could Open Pandora's Box

    What if, as part of its courting of Nick Saban , Texas was able to offer him an enormous salary—say $7 million a season—and ownership in a handful of gas stations spread ...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 37,341 reads 26 comments

  22. Why Notre Dame's QB Competition Won't End When the 2014 Season Starts

    Brian Kelly finds himself in an attractive predicament, one that will stretch well past the summer heat and into the brisk South Bend fall...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 15,427 reads 22 comments

  23. What Early College Football Win Totals Tell Us About 2014 Season

    It has become a ritual of sorts, as much of the offseason buildup as preview magazines and conference media days...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 10,789 reads 20 comments

  24. How Legally Blind Athlete Aaron Golub Reached His College Football Dream

    The whole thing is one enormous inconvenience. Not the fact that Aaron Golub is completely blind in his right eye and deals with restricted vision in his left, but that he’s talking to an anxious college football writer between classes...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 18,592 reads 19 comments

  25. Alabama Quarterback Jacob Coker Is College Football's Biggest Wild Card in 2014

    When Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher named Jameis Winston the starter in August of last year, you could sense the hesitancy in his voice as a group of anxious reporters huddled around...

    Adam Kramer Written by Adam Kramer about 1 year ago 61,187 reads 245 comments