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Feb262005

The Scheduling Game

As promised, I have uploaded a document explaining some of our thoughts about the shady scheduling practices inside of college football.  It is a very controversial, but instructive and informative read about some less-discussed aspects of the game.

Please be sure and download it and read it for yourself soon.

You can find it by going to Files at left, and clicking on Intelligence, it is called "scheduling".  It is in microsoft word format.

We'll post a more brief explanation of the essay's main points soon on the blog.

We here at CollegeFootballResource.com have a mission to be an educational resource about the game, not just a link resource and central hub for your college football needs.  Please take advantage of what we have to offer, because we're doing something different here.

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