• College Football

    While we don’t talk much about college football here at Fantasy Football Fools, we do offer up some college football player analysis leading up to the NFL draft, the occasional college fantasy football strategy, or a debate on the validity of the BCS. If there’s any pressing college football information that might affect your fantasy football team, this year or beyond, you’ll find it here.

    Foolish 2007 College Bowl Picks

    by  • January 1, 2008 • College Football • 0 Comments

    Update: Winners updated. Records in future post. The holidays have put us a little behind getting our college bowl picks up before the first few games, but hopefully, you had a pretty good idea who was going to win the Papajohns.com Bowl. Check out our picks and see who’s right more often than anyone...

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    Who to watch this bowl season

    by  • December 31, 2007 • College Football • 0 Comments

    It seems like I am practically syndicating these guys lately, but The 5 Minute Drill is back again with some good stars to watch during your bowl viewing. These guys might be standout rookies sometime soon for your fantasy football draft, so it wouldn’t be a bad idea to scout their bowl performances. [Note:...

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    College now. We’re de-evolving.

    by  • December 12, 2007 • College Football • 0 Comments

    I don’t know if any of you noticed while you were painting your ‘Tebow 4 Prez’ signs, but we have now posted up our first contribution to the college sports commentary arena. Although you probably didn’t listen to our statistical berating, Mr. Heisman voter, you should have. You heard me. Look for more stuff...

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    And the Heisman goes to…

    by  • December 7, 2007 • College Football • 0 Comments

    This year’s Heisman chase is coming down to what looks like a two-man race. Most pundits have either Tim Tebow of Florida or Darren McFadden of Arkansas as the eventual winner. In their eyes, these are the only two players worthy of such an award. Making use of a trite and overused saying, especially...

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