This blog site's claim to fame is that it is an all-encompassing college football blog. In the height of football season it has been know to be accessed by 10,000 plus viewers in a single day. When college football is in hiatus, it offers us previews of 120 football teams, keeping our taste buds tingling during the dry spells.
Putting aside the humor, this site has a big wow factor. Beyond the normal articles and stats, it offers a Michigan non-official Two Deep chart and 2011 recruiting board. You got your MGoStore, your BlogPoll and your MGoBoard. Don't worry, instructions are included. You'll also find links to other great football blogs and sites.
Every Day Should Be Saturdayhttp://www.everydayshouldbesaturday.com/
Every Day Should Be Saturday has won CFB Awards such as runner up for Best Regular Features, winner of Funniest Blog, winner of Best Prose and Post as well as others. Check out their articles, audio, interviews and videos.
Most college football fans turn to an alphabet network in order to find a gaggle of beer-belly former players turn in rehashed and cavalier commentary on the goings on of the forty yards. The Gridiron Goddess has thankfully injected her "savant-like" understanding and ardor for the game into the sports analysis conversation. Serious fans, gender immaterial, will feel obligated to bookmark her page, if only to read her endlessly surprising viewpoints on every aspect of the game.
Football Fresh: College Football Bloghttp://www.footballfresh.com/
If you’re looking for a blog site that is illustriously known for interesting football debates, this is it. Of course it still has a lot of remarkable articles to peruse, as well as suggestions for visiting alternate blog links.
Blogger Mike Rutherford proudly states that his Card Chronicle blog site ranks ninth among the favorites of college football coach, Charlie Strong. Well-oiled with posts, archives, stats and schedules, Strong might be right.