NCAA Statistics

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When Bradbury Robinson of St. Louis University threw an oval-shaped ball to teammate Jack Schneider in 1906, he not only completed the first forward pass in history, he created an American sensation. A century later, football is the largest spectator sport in the United States, with the Super Bowl drawing in excess of 90 million television viewers annually. As one would expect, there are quality football Web sites in every nook of cyberspace, offering everything from rules and regulations to team and player information for nearly every conceivable level of competition. For a Spanish-language version of the Guide, click here.

The National Football League

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NFL Statistics and Fantasy Football Information

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Player Bios for the NFL and College Football

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NFL Video, Audio and Podcasts

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NFL Blogs

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Professional and College Football Merchandise

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NFL and College Football Tickets

Like finding NFL and NCAA merchandise, finding an NFL or NCAA ticket vendor is like finding a ... read more »

NCAA Football Information

Prior to the 1950s, college football was the preeminent source of football fun in America. The ... read more »

NCAA Statistics

At least for Division I-A and Division I-AA squads, finding college football individual and team stats is relatively simple and can be accomplished by visiting many of the same online sites referenced in the pro section. For unique NCAA stat sites, facts and figures on the more obscure schools, try the Web sites listed below.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Due to the voluminous number of college teams, players and coaches, some of the data available, such as information on NCAA record holders, comes in the form of PDF files. In order to read these files, you will need to download a free version of Adobe Reader.
  • With college sports in particular, team power ratings and the polls can be useful in giving perspective to the numbers. Remember also that college overtime rules often skew certain team and individual scoring statistics.

Dulcinea's Picks

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College Football Video, Audio, Podcasts and Blogs

Luckily, many college football teams still have free audio and video of their games available to ... read more »

Different Football Leagues

NFL and NCAA football are, obviously, just the tip of the gridiron iceberg. There are peewee ... read more »

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