2016 College Football Hall of Fame: Reflections & Insight

Scott Woerner (Georgia Defensive Back 1977-1980) came home one day and found a football sitting on his front porch.  “Congratulations you’re in the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2016.” As Woerner sat down to reflect on his career, the same experience was happening for the 15 other men receiving notification that they had […]

College Football Hall of Fame Welcomes Wesley Walls

“…My uncle was a tremendous supporter…Coach Tommy Morton, taught me so much about football, but he also taught me how to handle myself and get ready for the college game…Coach Robert Youngblood, he was so diligent…Coach Billy Brewer and the opportunity and inspiration he gave me to be a good football player…and Coach Red Parker, […]

Support Bobby!

You may remember the article we wrote on football coach, Bobby Greco, who has arthrogryposis and has never been able to fully use his arms and legs as a result.  Recently Bobby has been feeling pretty down and could use some support.  He fell at his home and for someone already struggling, this makes it […]

CFG Shopping Special: What to Buy the Female Sports Fan

The one thing I can offer you that the typical college football writer cannot (sorry Russell and Howie), is an extensive shopping guide. I live in NYC and by default, I spend a minimum of two hours a day window shopping in addition to my purposeful shopping.  And even though I am within walking distance […]

My Ode to Coach Mack Brown…as He Steps Down at Texas

It’s that time of year again…time to shop haphazardly/desperately, time to really feel the impact of those bad fantasy football decisions, time to start hanging out with your friends that you have consistently blown off since August 30, time to DTR (Define The Relationship) or GTR (Get out of The Relationship) because the holidays are […]

South Alabama’s Bryson James is the weekly nominee for the 2013 Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award

South Alabama’s Bryson James is the weekly nominee for the 2013 Discover Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award.  The 6-2, 235 lb senior was born four months premature, weighing just one lb and fitting into his mother’s hand.  He was expected to have severe mental disabilities, but somehow persevered and is called one of the smartest guys […]

Week 5 Games: Top 25 Recaps (In 2 sentences or less)

#21 Ole Miss (3-1, 1-1 SEC) vs #1 Alabama: (4-0, 2-0 SEC):  Alabama wins 25-0 with 254 rushing yards and 38:29 Time of Possession (vs just 21 minutes for Ole Miss). Cal (1-3, 0-2 Pac-12) vs #2 Oregon (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12):  Oregon wins 55-16.  Statistically they didn’t overwhelm, but they recovered 5 turnovers and Bralon […]

What Football Broadcasters DON’T Mean

Giving him the ball in space. What it doesn’t mean.  Unlike Star Trek, in football, space does not refer to the final frontier.  Thus, this doesn’t mean that you trust him so much that you would let him take the ball to space (as in Mars).  It also isn’t a cute way to say you’ll […]

Off-Season: Become a CollegeFootballGirl.com School Rep!

CollegeFootballGirl.com is conducting a national search for the 2013 season to secure campus reps from 25 different schools.  Apply now, not only to get the opportunity to write about college football, but also to make sure your school is one of our featured schools. Writing for CollegeFootballGirl.com gives you a chance to have your articles […]

A CFB History Lesson Courtesy of NFF, Nasdaq & the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame

Ladies and other people, you may not know everything about the history of your favorite college football team (assuming that you have actually had a life for some part of your life), but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know about the great players that constitute your school’s history.  That is why the College Football Hall […]