MAC Week 1 Animated Drive Charts

Quite exciting, this computer magic.

I'm about three years late to the party on this, but Rocky Top Talk has provided a nifty tool for college football bloggers wherein you can generate your own Flash-powered drive chart for any Bowl Subdivision game. You could probably spend a quality half hour zoning out on these, or maybe it's better to allot a pensive five minutes wondering where exactly your team went wrong in their game. (Hint: all those turnovers.)

If you don't know how the games turned out, then you can watch them in blissful suspense. If you do know what happened, but have friends who do not, then watch them alongside your pals, perhaps making monetary side bets. (And no, this isn't gambling. Because remember, gambling insinuates you have at least a chance at losing your money. This is more like grifting.)

Syracuse/Akron

FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Southeast Missouri/Ball State
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Bowling Green/Troy
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Rhode Island/Buffalo
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Hampton/Central Michigan
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Army/Eastern Michigan
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Murray State/Kent State
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Miami/Florida
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Northern Illinois/Iowa State
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Wofford/Ohio
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Arizona/Toledo
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Villanova/Temple
FULL SCREEN VERSION

 

Western Michigan/Michigan State
FULL SCREEN VERSION

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