College Sports blog You Must Read to Stay Ahead of Friends

It's impossible to watch every college sporting event on TV, even for one college because there are so many of them. This means you need to have some way of keeping up on what is happening so you can stay ahead of your friends. The best way is to follow several college sports blogs that you can read at your leisure. So, if you can't get enough college sports, then here are some blogs you have to read.


The Wiz of Odds: A College Football Site for Winners

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Whether it is news about Manti Te'o and his girlfriend hoax or another player getting a concussion, The Wiz of Odds is a great blog for sports fans. It gives you insight into the lives of the players so you can enjoy the passion behind the games more. Also, just as the name suggests, this blog talks about the odds certain teams have for winning against others.

ESPN's College Football Nation Blog

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No list of sports blogs would be complete without ESPN. The College Football Nation blog has an assortment of posts from game play-by-plays to forecasts and player news. You can also find a list of all the games that are scheduled in the upcoming days. This blog is one of the biggest authorities in college football (and other sports for that matter).

Podcasts from In the Bleachers

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This blog is devoted to bringing college football news through articles and podcasts. The main contributors to In the Bleachers are Michael Felder, a former college football player with a deep understanding of the game; Patrick Johnston, an avid college football fan and sports writer; and Adam Nettina, a blogger that has contributed to several sports websites and blogs throughout his career.

FanNation: The Republic of Sport

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FanNation is a blog where fan discussion is encouraged. Topics include everything from rumors to game predictions for almost every college sport and the 21st Century bracket contest. This blog also has a section where anyone can contribute a blog post as long as it is related to sports. If it gets enough good feedback, the post might even be featured on the front page of the blog.

SB Nation: Every Day Should Be Saturday

SB Nation: Every Day Should Be Saturday
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This blog talks about anything and everything related to college football. There are regular contributors, but also a section for fan posts to get more people involved in the discussion. Whether you want to hear about coaches, star players, or rumors from the news, SB Nation is a great place to get your information.

Heisman Pundit: The Politics Behind the Awards

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The Heisman Pundit is run by Chris Huston, a college football expert and analyst that has contributed to CBSSports.com for years. He analyzes the Heisman Trophy award and the players that receive it. Huston also coordinates a weekly poll to predict the winner — it has been pretty accurate since 2009. And, Huston is an actual Heisman voter himself.

This is just a small list of great college sports blogs. What are some of your favorites? Leave a comment.

Resources:

1. http://www.fannation.com/si_blogs/agray/posts/2716-what-are-the-best-college-football-blogs

2. http://www.collegecrunch.org/social/30-best-college-basketball-blogs/

3. http://www.blogs.com/topten/top-10-college-football-blogs/

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