Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 20 Stanford.
A tipster sends along a few videos he shot from the University of Dayton campus last night, which once again got to riotin' after the Flyers beat Stanford. If there's one thing Dayton students know how to do, it's gather in a large group and jump up an down and yell a lot
Fresh off of being hacked, Snapchat's logo makes an appearance at the Rose Bowl, in honor of the university that birthed it. Technically, guys, it shouldn't have eyes or a mouth, which were removed due to the startup's ongoing legal battle.
Welp, it happened. Kansas State, once thought unbeatable†, loosed the SI-cover-jinx-aided mother of all bedshits Saturday. Call it the revenge of the Southwest* Conference: Texas A&M downs the No. 1 Crimson Tide last week, Baylor (editor's note: LOL) conks the Wildcats this week. This is agonizingly disappointing for…
Three weeks of regular season college football left! The process by which teams go from "disappointing start" to "wait-a-minute-are-we-even-going-to-make-a-bowl-game" was set in motion months ago, but this is when everyone notices, so there should be some excellent temper tantrums across university campuses tonight.
Candidate for most crud-awful season in football this year: the Arizona Wildcats. Started 3-0, including handsome win over Oklahoma State team to get expectations buzzing. The Associated Press ranked the Cats for the first time since 2010. Next came a 56-0 paste job of South Carolina State. Oats were being felt.
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Solid Verbal presents the highlights of an Oregon-Stanford game, called by Jeopardy's Alex Trebek. The man stays remarkably calm throughout the close game; with Stanford down 45-31 and just over two minutes to play, he somberly tells his viewers, "in crisis mode, it's all going to come down to this, isn't it." Yes,…