Below are 10 blogs that you, the fans, should also read to stay on top of everything in the College Football landscape.

  1. WVU Sports with Mike Casazza

Mike Casazza is a reporter who covers West Virginia University football and basketball for the Charleston Gazette-Mail. When Casazza is not writing solely for the Gazette, he is updating his blog, sometimes multiple times a day. If there’s a story on the Mountaineers, Casazza is your man.

  1. The Smoking Musket

The Smoking Musket is a blog hosted on SB Nation that follows the WVU Mountaineers. The Smoking Musket has grown into one of the most-followed sites regarding WVU sports. Multiple writers take multiple angles for each game during football season, and keep Mountaineer fans up to date on the latest surrounding the team throughout the week.

  1. ESPN Big 12 Blog

ESPN is considered the world-wide leader in sports after all. Jake Trotter and other writers detail the happenings in the Big 12 Conference, including conference expansion talks, final scores and what those scores mean in the national landscape. (link)

  1. Every Day Should Be Saturday

                        SB Nation’s site is the host of over 300 sports blogs, including Every Day Should be Saturday. This blog covers a wide range of topics in all of College Football. You can also find betting odds if you’re trying to make some cash while watching your favorite teams.

  1. Football Study Hall

Football Study Hall takes a look at the statistics behind College Football. Recently they published a story titled, “Why do the numbers hate?,” detailing 3 overrated teams heading into the season. Stories including advanced analytics, as well as point spreads and other stats, are published to keep fans informed of how well their team actually did that week.

  1. Underdog Dynasty

In this blog, writers cover some of the non-Power 5 conferences that don’t get as much media attention as the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC. Underdog Dynasty covers the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA and the Sun Belt Conference.

  1. Team Speed Kills

Opposite of the previous blog, this SB Nation-hosted blog covers the South Eastern Conference, arguably the best football conference in all of College Football. Team Speed Kills recaps each game of all 14 conference members, as well as previews each teams’ game the following week, keeping fans up to date on their favorite team’s chances week in and week out.

  1. Pacific Takes

Similar to Team Speed Kills, Pacific Takes stays on top of the Pac-12. This blog recaps each game of all 12 conference members, as well as previews each teams’ game the following week, keeping fans up to date on their favorite team’s chances week in and week out. One recent article told Arizona State fans to relax when it comes to the quarterback position.

 

  1. Off Tackle Empire

SB Nation’s final conference blog details the Big Ten conference, the home to some of the most storied programs in all of College Football, such as Michigan and Ohio State. Off Tackle Empire recaps each game of all 12 conference members, as well as previews each teams’ game the following week, keeping fans up to date on their favorite team’s chances week in and week out.

  1. ESPN ACC Blog

ESPN rounds out the 10 blogs I have selected. Andrea Adelson and other writers detail the happenings in the Atlantic Coast Conference, including conference expansion talks, final scores and what those scores mean in the national landscape. (link)

 

 

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