My Watch List Watch Has Ended: Walter Camp List Released

With Walter Camp Award's watch list release, I too am released. Released from the burden and drudgery of sharing these lists to the Forgotten 5 masses! At last, I am free! What shall I do with my new liberty? Write Latin poetry? Take up extreme mountain biking? Learn to play the Spanish guitar? Yeah, probably … Continue reading My Watch List Watch Has Ended: Walter Camp List Released

The Forgotten is rumbling! Doak Walker Award Watch List Released.

We're rumbling, bumbling, stumbling to the epic conclusion of Watch List Watch, which receives a merciful end Thursday with the Walter Camp. On deck today, the Doak Walker, which honors college football's most bad ass running back. Enjoy the list, guys. But seriously, you need to prepare yourself for the end of Watch List Watch. … Continue reading The Forgotten is rumbling! Doak Walker Award Watch List Released.

Forgotten Under Center: Davey O’Brien Watch List Released

Ooooh, the good stuff! Quarterbacks! Get u sum! The Davey O'Brien Award is presented to the best college football quarterback in the nation. And the Group of Five has some intriguing arms this year, with guys like Josh Allen (Wyoming), Quinton Flowers (USF), Logan Woodside (Toledo), Brandon Silvers (Troy) and Brett Stockstill turning heads. As … Continue reading Forgotten Under Center: Davey O’Brien Watch List Released

Watch List Watch goes deep! Biletnikoff and Wuerffel Lists Released

Perhaps you believe that there is no end to Watch List Watch? Sorry, bros. Just like Paleozoic Era and Seinfeld, everything good ends. The last Watch List, the Walter Camp, will be released July 21st. Meanwhile, we explore today those brilliant football players named to The Biletnikoff Award (Presented to the nation’s outstanding college receiver) and the … Continue reading Watch List Watch goes deep! Biletnikoff and Wuerffel Lists Released

The Forgotten Watch’n Continues: Butkus and Hornung Watch Lists Released

Watch Week Watch enjoyed a relaxing weekend, but now it's back to business. On Monday morning, the Butkus Award (presented to the nation’s best linebacker) and the Paul Hornug Award (presented to the most versatile player in college football) released their watch lists to the screaming masses. Per our glorious tradition, our lists are carefully scrubbed … Continue reading The Forgotten Watch’n Continues: Butkus and Hornung Watch Lists Released

The Forgotten hit the Jim Thorpe Award watch list hard.

In my arrogant opinion, what comes first in football is a good secondary. Actually, you should probably have a good QB, a great offensive line and a stout defensive line first, but I really wanted to say "what comes first is a good secondary." Listen, it's not easy being on The Watch List Watch. All … Continue reading The Forgotten hit the Jim Thorpe Award watch list hard.

The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Yesterday, steely-nerved accuracy and precision was put on watch. Today, it's all beef and braun. This morning, watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding defensive player) and Outland Trophy (Presented to the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman) were released to an adoring public. So beefy! As usual, we're concerned not … Continue reading The Forgotten adds serious beef to The Outland and Nagurski watch lists!

Rimington and Mackey Watch Lists are out: The Forgotten continue to rule

Admittedly, that headline is a little misleading. We all know that these postseason awards are mostly meant to high-five the most privileged of the game. But this is Watch List Season, baby! Just seeing a MAC or Sun Belt name sprinkled with the denizens of the establishment is reward enough, right? Right? No? Anyway, two more … Continue reading Rimington and Mackey Watch Lists are out: The Forgotten continue to rule