A generation of players raised in spread offenses has taken hold.
You can't fully understand football watching only on TV, says TMQ.
TMQ surveys the bloated athletic departments at universities.
TMQ cuts through the bull in the world of college sports recruiting.
TMQ eats some cupcakes before tackling his NFC preview.
The football gods have blessed us with these New Orleans Saints, and cursed Bill Belichick.
Think the spread offense has revolutionized the game of football? Think again, says Tuesday Morning Quarterback.
President-elect Barack Obama wants a college football playoff system, but TMQ argues the other side.
Once again, Gregg Easterbrook turns to the world of ancient poetry to deliver his 2008 NFL predictions.
Every year, NFL and big-time college football teams bring in new coaches with supposed magical powers. But there's only so much a coach can do.
The bad news, now that the NFL is embracing Web sites like StubHub? The average fan might no longer be able to afford tickets.
The BCS might not give us a clear-cut national champion, but Tuesday Morning Quarterback admires it nonetheless.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback scans the world of high school football -- worrying about recruiting and overdosing, and applauding the team that doesn't punt.
Why don't teams just punt out of bounds, especially with Devin Hester out there? Tuesday Morning Quarterback just doesn't understand.
The seriousness of Bill Belichick's unethical behavior could lead to a decline in popularity of the NFL.
With so many teams married to the shotgun spread, Tuesday Morning Quarterback wonders how long this fad can last.