Quantcast
Since 1999, the premier source for coaching job information


Bill Snyder222
Continuity is great, if....
dabopray
Dabo's response to "too religious"
UCLAMora
UCLA has a new facility planned


The FootballScoop Video of the Year finalists - FBS Division

Every FBS program has a video staff, and the primary role these staffs perform is to help their players and coaches do their respective jobs better. But over the past five years we've noticed a jump in quality videos produced for people outside the football program's walls - fans, parents, recruits, boosters and the like. The quality of videos these hard-working people produce was so great that we felt they deserved some time of their own in the spotlight, so we decided to hold a national competition to determine the best video in the country. 

We put the call out last week and nearly half of the programs submitted a video. Each was impressive; but the finalists selected truly did a great job conveying the strengths of their programs. Colorado, Iowa State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Vanderbilt and West Virginia put their entire programs on the line in these videos. If you're a recruit, you couldn't help but want to know more about these programs after watching each video. 

So, which one is the winner?

University of Colorado - The Boulder Experience

Iowa State University - Cyclone Football: Started from the Bottom

University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Football 2012 Highlights

Penn State University - Football Pump Up - We Are One Team

Vanderbilt University - All Access: Signing Day 2013

West Virginia University - Chapter 13 Ending

Our panel of expert judges will draw the straws and split the hairs necessary to choose a winner. They are SI senior writer Andy Staples, Bleacher Report lead college football writer Adam Kramer, Smart Football editor and author Chris Brown and SB Nation managing editor Brian Floyd. The winner will be revealed on Monday. 

Good luck, everyone. No losers in this style of competition. 

Author: Zach Barnett
Zach Barnett is a native of Denton, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas. He joined FootballScoop in 2012 after two years at the National Football Foundation. His hobbies include watching college football, reading about college football and writing about college football.