Information on the National Football League (NFL) is about as plentiful as sun in the Sahara. Not ... read more »
Although most of the major pro football sites offer at least a rudimentary look at the numbers, ... read more »
Football player biographies usually fall into one of two categories: informational or statistical. ... read more »
At one time, free NFL audio/video game feeds were plentiful; now, they're about as common as ... read more »
Blogs are a great source of information on football and the NFL, and are usually monitored more ... read more »
NFL and college football merchandise is everywhere: sporting good stores, department stores, street ... read more »
Like finding NFL and NCAA merchandise, finding an NFL or NCAA ticket vendor is like finding a ... read more »
Prior to the 1950s, college football was the preeminent source of football fun in America. The names are legendary. Walter Camp, Knute Rockne, Jim Thorpe, Bronko Nagurski, Red Grange, and John William Heisman (for whom the Heisman Trophy was named) are just a few of the celebrated players that figured prominently in the growth of American football. And, just as with the pro game, there are a number of great sites offering information and data on NCAA football.
- Because of the sheer number of college teams and the extensive history of the sport, searching newspaper and library archives-either online or off-may be the most productive way to research your team's history. Utilizing sites that offer links to references, such as (some) Wikipedia entries, should also help to cut down on your research time. Check this entry on Notre Dame as an example.
- Sometimes searching by conference or division can be beneficial in reducing your research time.
At least for Division I-A and Division I-AA squads, finding college football individual and team ... read more »
Luckily, many college football teams still have free audio and video of their games available to ... read more »