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Welcome to WikiProject College football! Our mission is to continually expand and improve Wikipedia's coverage of college football. This page and its subpages contain a forum for coordinating editors' efforts and building and maintaining quality and coherent style across all college football articles. If you would like to help, sign your name on the project participants list, visit our project's talk page, and check out the lists of requested tasks and articles in need of attention to see how you can help. Or give one of the participants listed below a shout if you have a question or need some direction.

For general information on WikiProjects, please see Wikipedia:WikiProject and Wikipedia:WikiProject Council/Guide.


As mentioned above, this project covers all aspects of college football including articles about college football history, the programs and traditions of individual schools, college football rivalries, notable games, awards, rankings and championship systems, and overviews of seasons on a national, conference, and individual team basis. Articles regarding the stadiums and venues, mascots, fight songs, and other pageantry that support college football teams or events are also included in the project. Biography articles for college football coaches, players, and other notable contributors such as journalists and sportscasters fall within the scope of this project. In many cases, such biography articles will also fall under the scope of WikiProject National Football League or other sports-related projects. In addition, articles that cover American football concepts and strategies that underwent significant development within the crucible of college football, such as touchdown, two-point conversion, or option offense, also fall under the purview of this project.

This project is limited to college football in the United States under the umbrella of the NCAA and the NAIA. At present, college football in Canada is organized under Wikipedia:WikiProject Canadian football—however, there are some colleges that participate in both Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and NAIA football. No other organized effort exists for non-American college football. If a need develops, a task force for British college football may be created. This project also does not cover junior college football, sprint football, or club teams. See WP:CFBTEAMS for more detail.

At present, effort is concentrated in the following areas (examples in parentheses):


  • Organizational
  1. Create a set of standardized templates and article formats for coaches, teams, etc.
  2. Tag all college football articles, images, and other elements by placing the WikiProject College football template at the top of their talk pages.
  3. Categorize all college football articles into subcategories.
  4. Create subcategories for stubs and reclassify stubs into those subcategories.
  5. Find all college football stubs and label them.
  • Content
  1. Make Wikipedia one of the premier online resources on college football.
  2. Bring College football to featured article status.
  3. Keep 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football season and related articles up to date, and maintain them as a reliable resource for enthusiasts during the season.
  4. Increase number of good articles and featured articles within the project.
  • Portal
  1. Maintain Portal:College football and bring it to featured portal status.

Family of WikiProjects[edit]

Guides and resources[edit]

  • Style guide: overview of style of common types of articles in the project
  • Naming conventions: addresses some article naming conventions, with discussion leading to it on talk page
  • Templates: commonly used templates for college football articles
  • Images: sets guidelines and offers suggestions for images (photos, maps, logos, etc.) related to college football
  • Notability: a comprehensive essay covering notability of organizations, teams, coaches, players, events, and other subjects related to the project
  • Game summaries: Tips and guidelines for writing game summaries either as stand-alone articles or integrated into season or other articles.
  • Reliable sources: guidelines about what does and does not constitute a reliable source in the world of college football teams and related topics
  • Vacated victories: guidelines on reporting vacated victories

Structure and format[edit]

See the following sub pages for information on article structures. If you would like to comment on the recommended format for an article type, please do so on the talk page for that article type's subpage.

Article formats[edit]

List formats[edit]

Alerts, new articles, open issues[edit]


Articles for deletion
Templates for discussion
Featured article candidates
Good article nominees
(2 more...)
Requests for comments
Peer reviews
Requested moves

New college football articles[edit]

Please feel free to list your new college football-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Main Wikipedia page . DYK has a limit of 7 days for the creation of an article or the heavy expansion of it. Please remember to add {{WikiProject College football}} to the talk page of the article.

Please place newest articles on the top

Article Created By (on) Did You Know...
Charles W. Wantland --User:UCO2009bluejay ((talk) 1:01, 16 July 2015 ... that coach Charles W. Wantland was fired from Central State Teachers College by Governor William H. Murray after supporting Murray's rival?
Robert L. Myers --Cake (talk) 06:04, 31 March 2015 (UTC) ...that Centre College alum Robert L. Myers recruited All-American stars such as Bo McMillin and Red Weaver to the small Danville institution which was undefeated in 1919 and upset Harvard in 1921?
1920 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team --Cake (talk) 12:19, 26 February 2015 (UTC) ...that it was alleged tackle Bill Fincher sought to knock Centre quarterback Bo McMillin out of a game, taking with him brass-knuckles or "something equally diabolical?"
1891 Trinity Blue and White football team --Cake (talk) 22:49, 24 February 2015 (UTC) ...that Duke University (then Trinity) claims a Southern football championship in 1891?
1903 Cumberland Bulldogs football team --Cake (talk) 22:19, 19 January 2015 (UTC) ...that the 1903 Cumberland Bulldogs tied John Heisman's Clemson Tigers in a game for the SIAA championship?
Nick Bobeck --User:UCO2009bluejay ((talk) 20:42, 16 January 2015 (UTC) ... that while fullback Nick Bobeck lettered all four years at Central Oklahoma, he didn't carry the ball until his second-to-last game?
Ormond Simkins --Cake (talk) 13:33, 24 October 2014 (UTC) ...that Ormond Simkins, of the 1899 Sewanee Tigers football team which won 5 road games in 6 days, was the son of William Stewart Simkins, who was said to have fired the first shot of the American Civil War?

Articles in need of attention[edit]

Please feel free to ask for help from your fellow college football fans here (newer articles at the top, please).

  • Malone Stadium - This article need to be updates, there is not much information about this article. The stadium at UL-Monroe has lots of history and a new scoreboard was installed. The stadium also plans to get a new athletic complex built. Much more information would be great! WillAndersULM (talk) 01:06, 31 December 2013 (UTC)
  • Arizona Stadium - This article needs to be updated, in light of the renovations currently underway, including the north end zone project and the new scoreboard. New photos would be awesome.--Msr69er (talk) 22:09, 17 April 2012 (UTC)
  • Stony Brook Seawolves football - A young Division I team from Stony Brook University. Became the team that represents the whole Long Island area after the demise of the Hofstra Pride. I been working to improve the article and make it informational. Its considered a team on the rise in the FCS division. If you care to contribute i would appreciate. You can at least help me organize the information i have already added. Thanks EdwinCasadoBaez (talk) 23:48, 29 November 2010 (UTC)
  • Neyland Stadium - I live and breathe Rocky Top so Neyland Stadium means a lot to the Tennessee fans and the University of Tennessee. It just amazes me that there is so little information about the largest football stadium in the South and the 4 largest in the country. I would love to see more about Neyland Stadium because it is an historic stadium.--Nascarking (talk) 17:01, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
  • List of largest scoreboards in NCAA college football - I've got the list up to 73 schools. The Daktronics site has been a great source, but I'm having trouble finding credible sources for schools that used other companies. Thanks! AllisonFoley (talk) 09:44, 11 March 2010 (UTC)
  • Dynasty (sports) College football sections need a lot of cleanup and citations (note that in the context of this article that means citation not of championships or stats, but that a team has been called a dynasty by a reliable source). Also probably needs some correction; are Yale's 1874 to 1909 "championships" considered D-I FBS (or even NCAA?). Ideally this would be rewritten into prose (rather than list) discussion of college football dynasties.
  • List of 100 point games - Not wikified, introduction not encyclopedic, needs to WP:CITE
  • List of schools by Bowl appearances - I know that more than 31 schools have played in bowl games ... considering that we have 26 bowls
I brought the list up to 100 schools. There's more on the talk page if you want to format them for the article.
  • Blue-Gray Football Classic- Needs some dressing up, and I don't think it's templated/categorized properly for this project. I'm on a small wikibreak, but I keep hearing this game referenced on sportstalk radio lately ('tis the season), so punting to here...
  • Sean Glennon I could use help expanding the article and with my inexperience, make sure I don't mess anything up. --Skater (talk) 17:06, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Greg Boone I just created this article and could use help with the expansion.--Skater (talk) 19:06, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
  • Sanford Stadium, requesting sprucing up of this article. DMB112 (talk) 18:23, 10 February 2013 (UTC)
  • Georgia Bulldogs, requesting sprucing up of this article. DMB112 (talk) 18:23, 10 February 2013 (UTC)
  • End, unfortunate such a once important position has such a paltry article. Cake (talk) 20:51, 25 February 2015 (UTC)
  • Backfield, same as above though "bundle of positions" if you will. Cake (talk) 20:22, 19 March 2015 (UTC)

Open deletion discussions[edit]

Deletion review history[edit]

Articles and pages requested to be moved[edit]





Players and coaches[edit]

Historically significant teams without articles[edit]

Project editors have established and maintained articles for all 127 current NCAA Division I FBS football programs. However, many lower division and defunct college football programs remain without standalone articles. For example, the following schools won national championships at the Division I or historically equivalent level or made important contributions to the sport, but do not currently have football articles:

World War II-era military service training programs

College football content[edit]

As of August 2016, over 38,000 articles and lists and more than 18,000 images, categories, templates and other support elements have been identified within the scope of WikiProject College football; see here. As such, there are too many college football articles on Wikipedia to list them all here. Below are categories that contain college football-related articles:

Category trees[edit]

Related Wikiportals[edit]

The College football Wikiproject currently maintains Portal:College football and assists on an as-needed basis in the maintenance of Portal:American football. Editors are encouraged to submit and nominate content on both portals. Portal:College football/Selected Content/Nominations provides an overview of scheduled content and examples of what qualifies to be featured content. In addition, important college football events should be added to the College Football News section of the portal, which is also maintained by project members.

Recognized content[edit]

Featured articles[edit]

1924 Rose Bowl2000 Sugar Bowl2003 Insight Bowl2005 ACC Championship Game2005 Sugar Bowl2005 Texas Longhorns football team2006 Chick-fil-A Bowl2006 Gator Bowl2007 ACC Championship Game2007 Appalachian State vs. Michigan football game2007 USC Trojans football team2008 ACC Championship Game2008 Humanitarian Bowl2008 Orange Bowl2009 International Bowl2009 Orange Bowl2010 BowlAggie BonfireHobey BakerCenturyLink FieldHappy ChandlerJohn Sherman CooperFightin' Texas Aggie BandGerald FordChris GraggOtto GrahamHistory of American footballRichard NixonRamblin' WreckRonald ReaganJackie RobinsonRex RyanJim ThorpeBilly Joe TolliverLawrence WetherbyTyrone WheatleyWilliam WurtenburgScott Zolak

Former featured articles[edit]

Charles IvesTheodore Roosevelt

Featured lists[edit]

2009 College Football All-America TeamList of East Carolina Pirates football seasonsList of Appalachian State Mountaineers football seasonsList of Oklahoma Sooners football seasonsList of Texas Tech Red Raiders head football coachesList of Virginia Tech Hokies football seasonsList of Alabama Crimson Tide bowl gamesList of Alabama Crimson Tide football seasonsList of Alabama Crimson Tide head football coachesList of Arkansas Razorbacks head football coachesList of Arkansas Razorbacks in the NFL draftList of Atlantic Coast Conference football championsList of Auburn Tigers head football coachesList of Baylor Bears head football coachesList of Clemson Tigers head football coachesList of Colorado Buffaloes head football coachesList of Connecticut Huskies bowl gamesList of Connecticut Huskies in the NFL DraftList of East Carolina Pirates head football coachesList of East Carolina Pirates in the NFL DraftList of Georgia Bulldogs head football coachesList of Heisman Trophy winnersList of Iowa State Cyclones head football coachesList of Kansas Jayhawks head football coachesList of Kansas State Wildcats head football coachesList of LSU Tigers head football coachesList of Maryland Terrapins football honoreesList of Missouri Tigers head football coachesList of Navy Midshipmen head football coachesList of Nebraska Cornhuskers head football coachesList of North Carolina Tar Heels in the NFL DraftList of Oklahoma Sooners head football coachesList of Oklahoma Sooners in the NFL DraftList of Oklahoma State Cowboys head football coachesList of Tennessee Volunteers head football coachesList of Texas A&M Aggies head football coachesList of Texas Longhorns head football coachesList of Texas Tech Red Raiders in the NFL DraftList of UAB Blazers football seasonsList of Vanderbilt Commodores head football coachesList of Virginia Tech Hokies bowl gamesList of Washington & Jefferson Presidents head football coachesList of Maryland Terrapins football seasonsList of Texas Tech Red Raiders bowl gamesList of Texas Tech Red Raiders football seasons

Former featured lists[edit]

2005 NCAA Division I-A football rankings2006 NCAA Division I FBS football rankingsList of Iowa Hawkeyes football seasonsLists of Michigan Wolverines football passing leadersLists of Michigan Wolverines football receiving leadersLists of Michigan Wolverines football rushing leaders

Good articles[edit]

1879 Navy Midshipmen football team1882 Navy Midshipmen football team1883 Navy Midshipmen football team1884 Navy Midshipmen football team1885 Navy Midshipmen football team1886 Navy Midshipmen football team1892 Alabama Cadets football team1893 Alabama Crimson White football team1896 Michigan Wolverines football team1899 Sewanee Tigers football team1906–17 Stanford rugby teams1906 Vanderbilt Commodores football team1917 Georgia Tech Golden Tornado football team1920 Georgia Tech Golden Tornado football team1921 Vanderbilt Commodores football team1925 Michigan Wolverines football team1928 Florida Gators football team1928 Georgia Tech Golden Tornado football team1943 Alabama Informals football team1947 Sun Bowl1949 Sun Bowl controversy1954 Orange Bowl1966 Liberty Bowl1968 Liberty Bowl1981 Peach Bowl (January)1984 Independence Bowl1986 Peach Bowl1990 Toledo Rockets football team1993 Independence Bowl1994 Gator Bowl1995 Sugar Bowl (December)1996 Orange Bowl (December)1997 Michigan Wolverines football team1998 Gator Bowl1998 Music City Bowl2001 Gator Bowl2002 Gator Bowl2002 San Francisco Bowl2004 Emerald Bowl2005 Texas vs. Ohio State football game2005 USC Trojans football team2006 ACC Championship Game2006 Oklahoma Sooners football team2007 Hawaii Bowl2007 Navy vs. North Texas football game2007 Texas Longhorns football team2008 Maryland Terrapins football team2009 ACC Championship Game2009 Alabama Crimson Tide football team2009 Big Ten Conference football season2009 Chick-fil-A Bowl2009 Michigan Wolverines football team2010 ACC Championship Game2010 Alabama Crimson Tide football team2010 East–West Shrine Game2010 Michigan Wolverines football team2011 Alabama Crimson Tide football team2011 LSU vs. Alabama football game2011 Michigan Wolverines football team2011 Orange Bowl2012 Alabama Crimson Tide football team2012 Hawaii Bowl2012 Liberty Bowl2012 MAC Championship Game2012 New Mexico Bowl2013 Alabama Crimson Tide football team2013 Cotton Bowl Classic2013 Penn State Nittany Lions football team2014 GoDaddy BowlACC Championship GameTony AdamleMarcus Adams (Canadian football)Ralph W. AiglerApogee StadiumMark BavaroBert BellGordon Bell (American football)Stan BenjaminSean BennettJoe BidenDoc BlanchardLeGarrette BlountTony BolesLynn BomarCory BookerFrenchy BordagarayJustin BorenKeith Bostic (American football)Jarrett BrownPaul BrownPhil H. BucklewBuzz (mascot)Curley ByrdCharles CabanissRobert CadeEarl CampbellGeorge Campbell (American football)Billy CannonVaulx CarterJohn CenaBob ChappuisJack ClancyTerrence CodyBlanton CollierCrab Bowl ClassicBen CrosbyBrodie CroyleThom DardenDartmouth Big Green football under William WurtenburgAntone DavisJoe DelaneyGene DerricottePaul Des JardienJacob L. DeversParnell DickinsonBobby DoddMaurice DouglassDon DufekDrake DunsmoreDarian DurantDan DworskyKenny EasleyMike Echols (gridiron football)Keith EliasBump ElliottHayden EpsteinObi EzehJack FaberBrett FavreForbes FieldTate ForcierLen FordJulius FranksWilliam Fuller (American football)Lu GambinoFrank GatskiDon GaultElmer GedeonGeorgia Tech Yellow Jackets footballHorace GillomPaul G. GoebelKevin GradyBrandon GrahamBud GrantRex GrossmanLou GrozaRemy HamiltonMercury HayesRalph HeikkinenHeinz FieldJunior HemingwayDevin HesterEd HochuliGeorge HoeySkip HoltzLes HorvathChris Howard (American football)Weldon HumbleDon HutsonJack the BulldogTommy James (American football)Caitlyn JennerJohns Hopkins–Maryland rivalryCalvin JohnsonDwayne JohnsonEzra JohnsonBrereton JonesDub Jones (American football)Cato JuneMike JunkinMike KafkaKeggy the KegJack KempTed KennedyWade KeyDon KindtKevin KolbJordan KovacsOliver KuhnDante LavelliRyan LeafRoy LesterJoe LillardTyler LockettJake LongSid LuckmanPeyton ManningVenric MarkLeonard MarshallMaryland Terrapins football, 1892–1946Maryland Terrapins footballMaryland Terrapins football under Jim TatumJohn MaulbetschCalvin McCartyColt McCoyMonk McDonaldZoltán Meskó (American football)Abe MickalBrandon MinorFreddie MitchellJohn Mitchell (American football coach)David MolkJim MoranShane MorrisSteve Morrison (American football)Marion MotleyJonas MoutonCaptain MunnerlynEd MuranskyNavy–Johns Hopkins football rivalryPhil NevinRobin OldsPatrick OmamehBennie OosterbaanAra ParseghianAlan PastranaWalter PaytonTed PetoskeyAl PollardIrving Kane PondRicky PowersMike QuinnRalphie the BuffaloRamblin' Wreck from Georgia TechRoy RiegelsDick RifenburgGarrett RivasGarland RiversDenard RobinsonRoy RoundtreeLou RymkusLou SabanMark SanchezStephen SchillingO'Brien SchofieldGermany SchulzNorman Schwarzkopf Jr.Da'Rel ScottClark ShaughnessyPhil SimmsGreg SkrepenakJackie SlaterTorrey SmithSpartyMac SpeedieTai StreetsEverett StrupperJack SwaggerLawrence TaylorTCF Bank StadiumTed AlfordThree Rivers StadiumJohn J. TigertBob Timberlake (American football)Tony Akins (Canadian football)Chris Turner (American football)Toussaint TylerBrian UrlacherRyan Van BergenJon VaughnMichael VickMark VlasicRick VolkMarquise WalkerStan WaltersBob Ward (American football)Willis WardPop WarnerDonovan WarrenWashington & Jefferson Presidents footballJoe West (umpire)West Virginia Mountaineers footballJamaal WestermanJ. T. WhiteNikita WhitlockThomas WilcherGarry Williams (gridiron football)Bill WillisAl WistertWhitey WistertButch WoolfolkJack Youngblood

Former good articles[edit]

2005 Oklahoma vs. Texas football game2006 Alamo BowlMarcus AllenReggie BallTerry BradshawTom BradyClean, Old-Fashioned HateTom CousineauFifth Down Game (1990)Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial StadiumRyan GrantDarren McFaddenOhio StadiumOklahoma Sooners footballLuke RavenstahlJack TatumTim TebowTyler ThigpenVince Young

Featured pictures[edit]

Good article nominees[edit]

1901 Michigan Wolverines football team1915 Vanderbilt Commodores football team1923 Michigan Wolverines football teamJosh CodyHank CrispJohn Henry JohnsonHugh McElhennyBo McMillinWilton SpeightY.A. TittleSteve Van Buren


Here is a list of College Football Wikiproject members, together with some of their interests. To join the group simply add yourself to the Wikipedia:WikiProject College football/Participant List, being sure to maintain alphabetical order.

User Favorite team(s) Specialties Admin Sample of work
09er (t c) Miami (OH) No
Abdoozy (t c) Oregon BCS, Pac-10, East Coast bias No 2008 Civil War, Edgar "Eggs" Manske, CFB HOF
AllisonFoley (t c) Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech football No Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football, List of Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football seasons, List of Louisiana Tech Bulldogs head football coaches, 2012 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football team
Aquamelli (t c) Florida State Big Ten and MAC No Florida State Seminoles football, 2010 Florida State Seminoles football team, 2011 Florida State Seminoles football team
athies22 (t c) Oregon, Navy Pac-12, Oregon No 2013 Oregon Ducks football team, 2014 Oregon Ducks football team, Oregon Ducks football
Autiger (t c) Auburn Auburn, SEC, photography No Al Borges, Quentin Groves, Sanford Stadium; Galleries: Auburn, Other sports
A Texas Historian (t c) Navy Navy football, pretty much anything 19th century football, general assistance No Featured article1924 Rose Bowl, Good article William Wurtenburg
B (t c) Virginia Tech ACC, images Yes
Bagumba (t c) UCLA UCLA Yes 2014 UCLA Bruins football team
bcf8609 (t c) TCU TCU and related topics No 2015 TCU Horned Frogs football team
Bcspro (t c) Ohio State Buckeyes, BCS, Big Ten No Bowl Championship Series, Ohio State Buckeyes football
Bearcats fan (t c) Cincinnati Cincinnati, American Athletic Conference, standings, schedules No 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football rankings, ESPN College Football broadcast teams
Bender235 (t c) Texas, North Texas Texas college and high school football No Todd Dodge, Art Briles, Emory Bellard
Benhen1997 (t c) Florida SEC No 2012 Florida Gators football team
Bhockey10 (t c) Lindenwood, Bowling Green research, article expansion, and photography No Lindenwood Lions football, Youngstown State Penguins football
Bigddan11 (t c) BYU, Texas State, Texas Tech Any Texas University Football and BYU, Star Wars No 2012 BYU Cougars football team, 2012 Texas State Bobcats football team
Billcasey905 (t c) The Citadel, Connecticut, Clemson No
BlueAg09 (t c) Texas A&M Photography, research No 2007 Texas A&M Aggies football team
Bnosnhoj (t c) Michigan State Spartans Big Ten, Detroit, Michigan, Infobox uniformity, navboxes No
Bobak (t c) USC, Minnesota USC, Minnesota, anything interesting Yes 2007 USC Trojans football teamFeatured article, Dabo Swinney, Glasnost Bowl
Bobster687 (t c) Tulane Tulane, research, football seasons No Tulane Green Wave football, Tulane Green Wave, 2012 Tulane Green Wave football team, List of Tulane Green Wave head football coaches
Brandonrush (t c) Arkansas Research, Arkansas, the SEC No Arkansas Razorbacks football template, 1982 Arkansas Razorbacks football team, 1985 Arkansas Razorbacks football team
Brholden (t c) No
Brianreading (t c) Houston Houston Cougars, C-USA No Houston Cougars football, 2008 Houston Cougars football team, Bayou Bucket
Bsuorangecrush (t c) Boise State Boise State, the WAC, Bowl games, polls No 2007 Boise State Broncos football team,2008 Boise State Broncos football team
cbl62 (t c) Michigan All-America teams and All-American players Yes Germany Schulz, John Maulbetsch, 1947 College Football All-America Team
Cmadler (t c) Eastern Michigan Article assessment, Eastern Michigan, MAC No Tony Lombardi, Elmer Mitchell, Rick Rasnick, Mike Stock
CollegeRivalry (t c) Tennessee; Georgia Rivalry's in the SEC No Third Saturday in October, Georgia–Tennessee football rivalry
Crash Underride (t c) West Virginia WVU football, player pages, anything to do with football, college or pro. No 2007 West Virginia Mountaineers football team, All American Football League, (AAFL Team Alabama, AAFL Team Arkansas, AAFL Team Florida, AAFL Team Michigan, AAFL Team Tennessee, AAFL Team Texas), Khori Ivy, David Saunders, Wes Ours created the previous all of these pages).
Connormah (t c) Historical coaches/players: research Yes
Crazypaco (t c) Pittsburgh early football history, Big East No created Hail to Pitt, Bert Smyers and Col. Joe Thompson, an individual who needed rediscovered
ChicosBailBonds (t c) Missouri Sport in general No
Corkythehornetfan (t c) Emporia State; KU Kansas Schools, MIAA, and surrounding states, School colors No
Dainomite (t c) Wisconsin Big Ten, Wisconsin Badgers No Minnesota–Wisconsin football rivalry
Dale Arnett (t c) Kentucky Previews/recaps, copyedit, obscure facts, and much more Yes 2007 Appalachian State vs. Michigan football game (DYK), Jeff Samardzija, 2006 Boise State Broncos football team (DYK). Also, expanded James Laurinaitis into a successful DYK nomination, and successfully nominated Miami-FIU brawl for DYK. Major contributor to the ever-expanding article on the 2010–12 NCAA conference realignment.
Daonguyen95 (t c) Create and edit rosters No
Dawg1279 (t c) Georgia Game scores and misc. edits No 2007 Georgia Bulldogs football team, Mark Richt, Georgia Bulldogs Football
Dcheagle (t c) Oklahoma Team Records and cleanup No
Dirtlawyer1 (t c) Florida Florida Gators sports, University of Florida generally, SEC football No Dennis K. Stanley, Randy Reese, Jimmy Carnes, Becky Burleigh, Amanda O'Leary, John J. Tigert, Andrew Sledd, Florida Gators women's lacrosse
Dlfreem (t c) Arkansas Arkansas Razorbacks sports, NBA, MLB, NFL No Madre Hill, Jerry Eckwood
DMC511 (t c) Akron, Purdue Big Ten No Caleb TerBush, Rob Henry
Eagles247 (t c) Penn State, Northwestern Building articles, removing vandalism, mainly NFL-related Yes Mike Kafka, Freddie Mitchell, Kevin Kolb, Kevin Newsome
EdwinCasadoBaez (t c) Stony Brook Big South, Stony Brook Seawolves No Stony Brook Seawolves football, Stony Brook Seawolves, 2011 Stony Brook Seawolves football team, Stony Brook Seawolves football under Chuck Priore
Ejgreen77 (t c) Buffalo, Louisiana–Monroe MAC, Sun Belt No Buffalo Bulls football, Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks football, 1958 Buffalo Bulls football team
El Cid (t c) USC Pac-10 No
Esprqii (t c) Stanford Members of the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame; other Stanford players, coaches, and seasons; also Oregon State and Oregon topics No Don Bunce, Biff Hoffman, Owen Marecic, Platypus Trophy, 1958 Rose Bowl, 1965 Rose Bowl, 1972 Rose Bowl
Fjbfour (t c) Nebraska NU Team season pages, conference templates, navigation templates No 1950 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team, Charleston Sofa Super Store fire
Football79 (t c) No
Frank Anchor (t c) Ohio State Ohio State, Big Ten, MAC, BCS No created BCS controversies
fuzzy510 (t c) Maryland Terps, ACC, minutiae No
Gerry D (t c) Penn State No
Go Phightins! (t c) Penn State Penn State coaches and players Nope Bill Belton, Gerald Hodges, Paul Jones (American football)
Grondemar (t c) UConn No Featured article2009 International Bowl, Featured list candidateList of Connecticut Huskies bowl games
Group29 (t c) UCLA Rose Bowl Game, Minnesota, UCLA, USC No UCLA-USC rivalry, Game of the Century (college football), Individual Rose Bowl game articles
Guinnessguy (t c) James Madison, Notre Dame Notre Dame, JMU, Big East, CAA No 2010 James Madison Dukes football team
Hokeman (t c) Miami 1970s & 1980s era player bios; old bowl games No Steadman S. Shealy, Curtis McGriff, Don McNeal
Jayron32 (t c) No
JetsmanJ (t c) Rutgers Lists, Seasons No
Jhortman (t c) Georgia Bulldogs (all sports) I know as much about Georgia football as just about anyone, as it's a lifelong passion of mine. Naturally, I'm also very involved with other SEC-related topics, as well. No Uga (mascot), Suzanne Yoculan, Sanford Stadium, Georgia Bulldogs football, other articles related to SEC athletics
jlhcpa (t c) Notre Dame, Purdue, Ohio State Anything interesting, mostly NAIA-division stuff No Kevin Donley, 2010 NAIA Football National Championship
Josephabradshaw (t c) Maryland, Virginia Terps, Hokies, ACC No 2007 Maryland Terrapins football team, Maryland Terrapins football
Jrcla2 (t c) William & Mary No I'm mainly a college basketball guy helping out with uniformity between our WikiProjects
Jweiss11 (t c) Michigan Michigan Wolverines, Big Ten Conference, coaching biographies, standardization of infoboxes, record tables, and other template-based elements No Michigan Wolverines football, Michigan – Ohio State football rivalry, Clinton L. Hare, Big Ten Conference football individual honors, List of Michigan Wolverines head football coaches, List of college football coaches with a .750 winning percentage, Template:Infobox college coach
KD0710 (t c) Ohio State Big Ten Conference, Ohio State Buckeyes football No
Kevin W. (t c) Arizona, Florida State, LSU Pacific-10 Conference, NCAA Division I football uniforms No Created 2008 Las Vegas Bowl, NCAA Division I football uniforms
Keydet21 (t c) VMI VMI Keydets, VMI templates No VMI football seasons, VMI Keydets football, Template:VMI Keydets football
Kgwo1972 (t c) Kansas State, Kansas No Sunflower Showdown
Kingpin1000 (t c) Clemson ACC & Sun Belt Conferences No
Kobra98 (t c) Oklahoma Oklahoma football, Big 12, grammar No 1999 Oklahoma Sooners football team, 2001 Oklahoma Sooners football team
KrakatoaKatie (t c) Oklahoma Big 12 Conference schools, biographies, facilities, traditions Yes Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, The Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band
Latics (t c) Alabama All articles associated with Alabama football No 2006 Cotton Bowl Classic, 2004 Music City Bowl
Lengrand (t c) LSU LSU Tigers, SEC football, SEC rivalries No LSU Tigers football, LSU-Ole Miss rivalry, LSU-Florida rivalry
Lizard the Wizard (t c) LSU Statistics, copy-editing, prose No Billy Cannon, 1958 LSU Tigers football team, Abe Mickal
LUSportsFan (t c) Texas A&M Aggies, Lamar Cardinals Southland Conference, Lamar Cardinals and Lady Cardinals, sports venues, coaches No
MichiganCharms (t c) Michigan History No Ulster Says No
MisterCake (t c) Florida History. All-Southern teams and players. Florida and Vanderbilt football. No 1917 Georgia Tech Golden Tornado football team, 1917 College Football All-Southern Team, 1922 Vanderbilt Commodores football team, Lynn Bomar, Oliver Kuhn, Henry Wakefield
Mjs32193 (t c) Connecticut Connecticut, old Big East, AAC No
MrRadioGuy (t c) Maine No
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