College Football Notebook – June 10, 2013

This is today’s college football notebook, updated periodically throughout the day. For more up-to-the-minute college football commentary, follow @KevinOnCFB. You will have to excuse me for being somewhat silent the…

A vintage look at Iowa State’s former home field, Clyde Williams Field

Iowa State seems to have a strange home field advantage that leads to at least one upset bid every year or so in the Big 12. Jack Trice Stadium has…

Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium as seen in 1934

The Tennessee Vols play in one of the largest stadiums in the country, but it did not always use to be that way. Neyland Stadium has undergone 13 stadium expansions…

Louisville players get Big East, Sugar Bowl rings

Louisville has been having quite the athletics year. We all know that Louisville is largely considered a basketball school but the football program has been having one of the more…

College Football Notebook – June 3, 2013

This is today’s college football notebook, updated periodically throughout the day. For more up-to-the-minute college football commentary, follow @KevinOnCFB. Big Ten 2015 schedule released Wisconsin continues to get the biggest…

Here is Penn State’s Beaver Stadium (Beaver Field) from the old horseshoe days

Penn State’s football home, Beaver Stadium, is one of the largest stadiums in the country with a capacity over 100,000. If you looked at it today it might be difficult…

Minnesota football poster brags about seven national championships

The Minnesota football program was once a dominant force in college football, but they have been long removed from their glory days. Michigan and Ohio State have long since emerged…

College Football Notebook – May 29, 2013

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Rutgers scandal enters political politicking stage, because politics

It was only a matter of time before this happened, but the Rutgers situation has now officially become a full-out political debating point for no reason at all other than…

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