---Eat More Chikin
It's week two of the Chick-fil-A Bowl Blog.
Things are still wiiiiiide open, although Georgia appears to have been eliminated from contention. In their stead? Kentucky! Sounds like they'd jump at Virginia Tech if the Hokies can beat Wake Forest (Nov. 18 road game).
---Now In LA's College Football America
Interesting new venture from the NowMedia Corporation.
We launched a new site for LIVE broadcasting of interactive media shows with one of the shows concentrating on College Football. The show is basically interactive with working with all the big college football bloggers around the country.
The people that run THE M ZONE host the show working with many of the football blogs from various teams. People listening to the show can send in PICS and VIDEOs, comment live, as well as call into the broadcast. Our second show airs tonight from 5pm-7pm PST and we hope you could check it out if you have a chance.
Sounds different, if I'm around the computer at that time I'll give it a listen. If any of you readers out there also tune in, let me know how the show is, what it's like etc.
The link is HERE, and it will air tonight (Wednesday) between 5 and 7 pm Pacific.
---Brady Quinn Online
Sayeth the website.
There's now a college football blog in German, courtesy of a person by the name of Peer Wandiger. How great is that!?
I'd love to see a global embrace of all that is college football. Our "club" like rituals and fan behavior aren't all that dissimilar to soccer, except we have a far superior game to entertain people with.
UPDATE: Tennessee blog The 8th Maxim has a... translation/review, of this website.
---The "No-Rules" Heisman
I think HP's Heismandments are finally starting to soak into the college football consciousness, which naturally leads to a little cynicism and boredom of the award.
Enter CriticalFanatic's "No-Rules" Heisman. It's certainly one way to do the damn thing.
Personally I still enjoy the old process. What ends up happening with the Heisman is that it's not so much about the "best" player but rather a representative for that regular season. Eric Crouch may have been a weak Heisman winner, but he contributed mightily to that particular season of college football and people can use him as a beacon to dig into their memories about the season-at-large when he won. I'm cool with that.
---Sports Media Guide
This is cool. The website has assembled some revealing interviews with many of sports media's biggest names (including the online version---you might not know about Alex Belth unless you knew a thing or two about baseball blogs, for example).