Everything you need to know about how the NCAA NET rankings work.
Everything you need to know to roll your own bracketology.
Here’s what goes into our Four Factors Gameplan previews of men’s basketball games and why we use it as an analytical framework.
Is there really a difference between a 1-seed and a 2-seed in the NCAA Tournament? Oh, yeah.
The question we asked in our last post was, if the landscape of college’s football’s future changes due to the pandemic, how many new setups would be better than the SEC going its own way and just playing a 13-game round robin every year? That scenario assumes full-on isolationism emerges […]
Two weeks before my son was born in 2017, we were going through a box of old photos at my parents’ house and came across a letter. I shared this story on Twitter at the time, and it was the first thing I thought of today. I was born in […]
If 2014 South Carolina is the decade’s most rewatchable game, 2011 Cincinnati remains one of its most rewatchable offensive performances. Tyler Bray went for 400+ yards, Da’Rick Rogers and Justin Hunter each had 10 catches for 100+ yards, and all three were playing just the second game of their sophomore […]
It’s not on our countdown, but one of the best moments for Tennessee football in a decade full of lesser options came in early 2016: Peyton Manning beat Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game, won his second Super Bowl, and rode off into the sunset. Manning had been Tennessee’s […]
What kind of decade was it for Tennessee? The total unpredictability of last season is only good enough for eighth on our list of the most important football stories of the last ten years. For now. The version of 2019 where it doesn’t work out for Jeremy Pruitt and the […]
My wife and I got married in August of 2013. When we came back from our honeymoon, the first question everyone asked was, of course, “What do you think of the new uniforms?” Unlike Lane Kiffin’s last minute switcheroo with the black uniforms, Tennessee fans got almost two months of […]