The fantastic, graphics-centric Sports Design Blog mysteriously stopped updating last fall, as its proprietor Steven Little began devoting more time to "other projects." One of those projects was finally revealed yesterday with the launch of Winsipedia, a data viz database of the history of college football.
The front page has some good charts on national championships and other various bragging-rights games, but the heart of the site lies in the comprehensive team and matchup pages. Ever wondered what it looks like to lose a rivalry game 43 times in a row? Ever wondered what 112 vacated wins look like on a graph? Wonder no more.