Articles tagged "NCAA"

Auburn Shocks 'Bama: Best Game Ever?

Cold, Hard Football Facts for December 1, 2013

Auburn shocked mighty Alabama 34-28 in an Iron Bowl for the ages, returning a missed field goal 109 yards for the winning score with no time to play. Did we just witness the greatest game ever played?

The Future Of College Sports Part III: A Nobel Experiment

Cold, Hard Football Facts for August 14, 2013

A Nobel Prize-winning economics experiment proves that Johnny Football and other athletes could succeed in QuantCoach's New World Order for the NCAA, an order that would produce a financial windfall for athletes and for their universities.

The Future of College Sports Part II: A Commodity Market For Athletes

Cold, Hard Football Facts for August 13, 2013

The QuantCoach draws up a play: He explains how a futures exchange would transform college sports by returning market leverage to athletes, and provide a financial boon to these players and to their universities.

The Future of College Sports: Johnny Football Gets Played

Cold, Hard Football Facts for August 12, 2013

QuantCoach and gaming law attorney Kevin Braig explains how leverage makes Johnny Football weak in the autograph trading market and uses the scandal to outline the transformation of the college sports business model.

BCS Honcho Says New College Playoff So Big It Will 'Change' American Culture

Cold, Hard Football Facts for April 25, 2013

The NCAA announced details of the four-team major college football playoff to begin after the 2014 season on Wednesday. It will be so big that it will alter "the culture of New Year's Eve" in the United States, said one college football executive.

Boy With Brain Cancer Scores 69-Yard TD in Nebraska Cornhuskers Spring Game

Cold, Hard Football Facts for April 8, 2013

Little Jack Hoffman, a 7-year-old brain cancer victim, scored a 69-yard touchdown in the Nebraska Cornhuskers spring game on Saturday.

Biggest Loser: Modern Media In On the Manti Te’o Hoax

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 17, 2013

The story of the 2012 college football season was largely defined by the tragic death of a young woman. And apparently nobody in the highest levels of media bothered to look for one. You know what they say: never let the facts get in the way of a good story.

Well Looky Here: Alabama Crimson Tide NCAA No. 1 in Passer Rating Differential

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 7, 2013

College teams, much like pro teams, generally win when they dominate the battle of passing efficiency. And Alabama, the defending national champ and a big favorite Monday night over Notre Dame, is No. 1 in NCAA football in Passer Rating Differential.

Video Highlights of The Amazing Johnny Football

Cold, Hard Football Facts for December 8, 2012

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, who turned 20 on Thursday, is the first freshman and second Aggie to win the nation's most coveted individual football honor.

Notre Dame D Legit: 9 TD In 12 Games; Plus, Epic USC Goal-Line Stand Play-By-Play

Cold, Hard Football Facts for November 25, 2012

The Notre Dame defense allowed just nine TDs in 12 games this year. We look at those scores game by game, and the play-by-play of ND's epic fourth-quarter goal-line stand against USC.


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