The big ideas on offense in the NFL in recent seasons - the zone read rush, the spread option action, the quick-snap no-huddle - come from prep or college play, TMQ notes.
Surprisingly, the trendy West Coast is shining the light on traditional football.
The advent of seven-on-seven brought passing offenses to the forefront in Texas' most football-crazed state, and that fast-pace ethos has translated to the NFL.
TMQ sends up the Bat signal for the AFC preview and his favorite Batman flicks
TMQ: It's time to focus on excesses of football practice.
Stanford, TCU prove that academics and athletics can coexist.
TMQ surveys the bloated athletic departments at universities.
TMQ starts his annual NFL preview with the AFC.
The Saints were bold, and the football gods smiled on them.
The football gods have blessed us with these New Orleans Saints, and cursed Bill Belichick.
TMQ writes that the Giants made sure a tumultuous NFL season ended gloriously.
The football gods are dreaming of a Favre-Brady Super Bowl matchup.
The bad news, now that the NFL is embracing Web sites like StubHub? The average fan might no longer be able to afford tickets.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback scans the world of high school football -- worrying about recruiting and overdosing, and applauding the team that doesn't punt.
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.