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Great FBS Reference Site
http://sltrib.cougarstats.com/games.php is from the Salt Lake Tribune for BYU, but it has a drop-down menu where you can choose any FBS team. It has all of their scores, and their cumulative record after every season. If you want to pick a team and see how long it took them to win their first 100 or last 200 games, it's easy. It's quicker to find and scroll through than getting it from a team's Media Guide with tons of pages. For BYU only, it has their home, away, and neutral record against every opponent along with the average score and game and career player yards records for BYU against that opponent.
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(02-10-2019 10:46 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  http://sltrib.cougarstats.com/games.php is from the Salt Lake Tribune for BYU, but it has a drop-down menu where you can choose any FBS team. It has all of their scores, and their cumulative record after every season. If you want to pick a team and see how long it took them to win their first 100 or last 200 games, it's easy. It's quicker to find and scroll through than getting it from a team's Media Guide with tons of pages. For BYU only, it has their home, away, and neutral record against every opponent along with the average score and game and career player yards records for BYU against that opponent.

Weird...doesn't have Syracuse in the drop down menu
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Not to crap on the thread, but as TM says it doesn't have Syracuse and at a glance I noticed it doesn't have Notre Dame either. FWIW, this is the site I go to if i want to see historical seasons for many schools:

http://www.jhowell.net/cf/scores/byname.htm
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RE: Great FBS Reference Site
I'm a fan of https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/ and https://atr.cfrc.com/

I was also a fan of the College Football Data Warehouse until it shut down a couple of years ago.
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I like those plus: http://www.winsipedia.com
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(02-10-2019 12:44 PM)DawgNBama Wrote:  I like those plus: http://www.winsipedia.com

I go here often. I reached out because they still had Idaho but no Liberty which they said they were going to do soon.
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RE: Great FBS Reference Site
https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/ is an excellent source as well
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(02-10-2019 12:16 PM)orangefan Wrote:  I'm a fan of https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/ and https://atr.cfrc.com/

I was also a fan of the College Football Data Warehouse until it shut down a couple of years ago.

CFDW reborn: College Football Data Warehouse
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College Football Helmet Project


Site that shows all the helmet schemes for each team, history of helmets of defunct teams and so forth.
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Best and only one I’ve seen for college basketball: https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/


Another good one for football and for DavidSt, it has FCS & Div 2 teams records also:
http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_1a.htm

For DavidSt:

http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_ii.htm

http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_1aa.htm
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Data warehouse has 1-AA and goes back to the 19th century.
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(02-14-2019 04:13 AM)DawgNBama Wrote:  Best and only one I’ve seen for college basketball: https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/


Another good one for football and for DavidSt, it has FCS & Div 2 teams records also:
http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_1a.htm

For DavidSt:

http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_ii.htm

http://college-football-results.com/ncaa_1aa.htm


I noticed some mistakes for all time wins and all that. They seemed to only cover certain time period.

Santa Clara was in the Big West which makes them FBS, but was labeled as FCS. Same with CSU-L.A.

Santa Clara Big West football FBS
CSU-L.A.Big West football not FCS.
Saint Mary's Cal. played in both levels of FBS and FCS. Went to the Rose Bowl a number of times.
Morris Brown lost accreditation and lost NCAA membership. They only have 50 students.
Wiley College, a former member of SWAC in the early days. They were at the highest level before dropping down.
NYU was considered a major program like Boston College in the old days.
Samuel Huston merged with Tiltson To become Tiltson-Huston. Another former SWAC member.
Barton was like the highest level in the early days, and went down to small college.
Florida Memorial did play some years at the highest level in D1 football in the old days.
Parsons was another one.
Cameron was in the old Oklahoma conference which they were conference mates with Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa.
Loyola Marymount had football at the highest level.
UC-Santa Barbara was in the Big West with football when they dropped. UC-Riverside who is not listed was also in the Big West when they dropped football.
Western Washington played football before the 1940s.
Chico State played football against Fresno State and them in the old days. This was before the split between small and large universities known as College/Universities.
San Francisco State was also in the same with Chico State.
U. of San Francisco was a major university with football. I posted a news article about their winning season in 1950 with no loses, but they were not selected to a bowl because the team was all black players.
Morris was another school at higher level.
Sonoma State was with Fresno State.
Southwestern TX. was in a power conference with Texas.
Davis & Elkins was in a conference with West Virginia and Marshall before 1940.
Mansfield was there.
Hendrix was with the Arkansas schools before 1940.
Saint Paul's was there as well.
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RE: Great FBS Reference Site
(02-10-2019 11:41 AM)quo vadis Wrote:  Not to crap on the thread, but as TM says it doesn't have Syracuse and at a glance I noticed it doesn't have Notre Dame either. FWIW, this is the site I go to if i want to see historical seasons for many schools:

http://www.jhowell.net/cf/scores/byname.htm
It doesn't have Syracuse, but it has Notre Dame. It's in between Northwestern and Ohio, and http://sltrib.cougarstats.com/games.php?team_id=35 is the link. I counted 128 teams, and there are 130 in FBS. What the site I posted has that none of the others have is the cumulative record after each season.
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