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More CFB blog synergy

The ball is rollin'.

Fresh off CFR's fun but tedious idea to track any/all college football blogs' rankings in the NZBear blog rankings at the top of each month, Brian from mgoblog takes it one step further and creates a CFB community page at NZBear.

We highly recommend you bookmark that page.  It's useful because it lists a decent handful of college football blogs, and also shows recent posts from any blogs listed in there. It might get annoying at times as some of the bloggers are crossover, such as wildly popular BoiFromTroy who for every one CFB post, has 20 others about things not college football.  You'll just have to do your best to separate the wheat from the chaff, or maybe you'll grab onto some of the other topics posted.  ParadigmBlog and StraightBangin' have interesting takes on politics, for example.

From now on I'll try listing any CFB blogs that I add to my links database in a post, so that Brian from mgoblog can add those to the community page, since he now runs it.  Great idea and effort on his part, though, and we love the Desmond Howard picture, even if it's not a very universal, harmonious, catch-all college football picture to represent the group.  But hey, it's his page!

As for the rankings, that page doesn't appear to show the ecosystem rankings of the blogs already added to it, so I will continue to track them as promised, unless I get super-lazy.

Nice job, Brian.

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i'm going to change it, but I needed a stop-gap measure. I was thinking of changing it weekly based on significant events but that seems impractical.
July 2, 2005 | Unregistered Commentermgoblog
Agree re: impractical.

Just added some new blogs---get to work ;o).
July 2, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR

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