The polls are in, and these are the 10 best apps for enjoying college football

Aug 29, 2009
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Just as all the games in NCAA Division I matter, so do the Southeastern Conference. These free apps provide schedules for all the teams in those conferences. While this information can be found in other apps, the price is right and the schedules are a lot easier to find. While there are a number of […]

Just as all the games in NCAA Division I matter, so do the Southeastern Conference. These free apps provide schedules for all the teams in those conferences. While this information can be found in other apps, the price is right and the schedules are a lot easier to find.

While there are a number of apps dedicated to individual teams, three cheers for UM Football 2009, which not only details roster and key information for this year’s University of Michigan Wolverines, but also compiles records of every team to have ever lined up in Ann Arbor. The more bare-bones “Pigskin” series of applications provide news, roster and schedule information as well as fight songs for teams projected to make a run at the national championship. To preview notable contenders, check out Pigskin (Florida) and Pigskin (Southern California).   

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