Do you wake up early Saturday mornings for the gameday preview shows? Do you wear out the F5 button your keyboard refreshing your browser awaiting the latest poll results? Is August the longest month of the year? You're a college football fan all right... almost. One download and you're there.
The ultimate app for college football fans has arrived. dukanWorks and dBase Sports present the College Football Mobile Database, where the history of the game since 1900 -- results, bowl history, national champions -- is at your fingertips and with you wherever your phone goes. Settle bets, refute arguments or just be the smartest person at the tailgate.
The College Football Mobile Database features the following:
* Create your own custom query
You know those crazy stats the run along the bottom of the flatscreen throughout GameDay? This app lets you dig for information like that yourself. When was the last time Notre Dame scored 50 points in a game? The last time USC lost a bowl game? How long has it been since SMU beat Texas? The answers are here. (This feature not available in free version of the app.)
* Season Records
Choose a team and season to view cumulative and game results. You'll also get point spreads (starting in 1978 for most teams), scoring averages, bests and worsts, and more.
* Head-to-Head Matchups
Select two teams and find historical results, trends, and bragging rights. (This feature not available in free version of the app.)
* Top Teams by Decade
Find the schools with the best 10-year runs in college football history. Alabama? Nebraska? Boise State? Depends on the decade.
* Bowl Search
Determine when your team went bowling, how they fared and when they spent the holidays at home. Or review all bowl results, from the big contests all the way down to the games sponsored by some dot-com that's now out of business.
* National Championships
Complete historical listings of the three major ranking systems: The AP Poll, Coaches Poll and Bowl Championship Series.
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