Get your college football web fix with the daily Pick Six. Here are some of the most interesting stories in the college football world today as we go on a tour of the top sites in the biz. Today features a terrifying prospect regarding NCAA leadership and college kids trying to play video games even while playing football outside. In other words, it’s business as usual:
When it comes to football, the bigger the better, right? Bleacher Report’s Adam Kramer with a great read on the recruit that is too big for college football.
Oh no. It’s a match made in heaven. Please don’t let the banished Sepp Blatter find a home in the NCAA. SB Nation’s Pete Volk portrays a college sports dystopia.
College football players and coaches pour over game film to prepare. At Syracuse they also play video games. Sports Techie on the first team to implement virtual reality.
The first College Football Playoff drew huge TV audiences, so why change it? The Student Section’s Bart Doan says ESPN really messed up its scheduling.
Field storming is getting out of hand, so Saturday Down South’s Brett Weisband outlines well in advance the only potential SEC upsets this season that would actually be worthy of a field storming.
Max Wittek has been named the starter for 2015…..at Hawai’i. Dr. Saturday’s Sam Cooper on the former USC quarterback’s moment in the Pacific island sun.