Getting the season started off on the right foot has been a staple at Arizona State in its recent history.
With the 2013 season upon us (!!), I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the best Study Hall posts from the offseason.
The wait is over. Alabama and Notre Dame kick off at 8:30(ish) p.m. ET on ESPN. SBNation.com's Bill Connelly and FootballStudyHall.com's Mike Nixon preview.
West Virginia was one of September's best teams, and Syracuse was one of November's. Which team will bring its A-game to Yankee Stadium? And which star receiver will you miss the most?
The Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 3, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) will be a great game, but it'll also likely be the end of eras for both Kansas State and Oregon.
Whereas Bill Snyder's late-1990s KSU teams intimidated you and blew you off of the field with an impenetrable defense and unlimited big plays on offense and special teams, the current team plays...
Slowing down the West Virginia offense comes down to an age-old question: What did Maryland do? (And is four the semi-magic number?)
You cannot wrap up the Heisman in early-October, but if Geno Smith torches Texas this Saturday, his lead will be enormous.
While we probably didn't expect dominance from quarterback Keith Price and company in their trip to Baton Rouge, we did expect better than 183 yards and three points (scored on a four-yard drive).
Michigan loses its first player to injury in fall camp, Taylor Lewan talks about the season and his increased leadership role, and we all wonder about Russell Bellomy's chances at winning the QB2 job.
A couple of months ago, I announced that SB Nation was allowing me to hire an intern. The applicant pool was impressive enough (thank you so much for that) that they let me hire two. I'd like to...