Archive: College Football

Who Should Win the Heisman?

The college football regular season is winding down, and the Heisman award ceremony is coming up, so our question is: Who should win the Heisman?...


By Desmond Bieler | November 30, 2008; 08:00 PM ET | Comments (1)

Best College Coach Who Was Once an NFL Coach?

We're feeling college football-y these days, and surveying the landscape, one thing we've noticed is how many college coaches had a previous head-coaching stop in the NFL. Our question is: Which current college coach, who once was a head coach in the NFL, seems best suited for the college game?...


By Desmond Bieler | October 12, 2008; 08:00 PM ET | Comments (1)

Best College Football Conference?

We're a few weeks into the college football season, and it's not oo early to ask a very simple question: Which conference is the best?...


By Desmond Bieler | September 14, 2008; 08:00 PM ET | Comments (41)

What Was the Biggest Upset in College Football?

With the BCS Championship Game set to be played on the same day this list will be published, we decided it would be best to recap the 2007 season with this question: Of the many upsets in college football, which one was the biggest?...


By Sports Editor | December 30, 2007; 08:00 PM ET | Comments (38)

The Post's Top 5 Replacements for Couch-burning

You've had your say, now The Washington Post sports department picks their top 5 ways for Maryland and West Virginia college football fans to celebrate. 1. Gentlemen, Start Your Blenders 2. Kegger at Hug's 3. One-Armed Banditry 4. Just Don't Burn Them 5. A Sight Tweak Read More...


By Sports Editor | September 9, 2007; 07:00 PM ET | Comments (0)

What Celebration Should Replace Couch-burning?

Turning to college football, Maryland plays West Virginia on Thursday, Sept. 13, and you know what that means: No matter who wins, couches are going up in flames. For Terps fans, it would be a huge win over a national title contender and as for Mountaineer partisans, well, they hardly...


By Desmond Bieler | September 2, 2007; 08:00 PM ET | Comments (0)


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