Mobile Football Madness: Best Apps For The Gridiron
College football season is in the first quarter and the NFL season about to kickoff. Take your football experience mobile this fall by arming yourself with the best mobile apps for following your team, be it fantasy or real, and staying in the game no matter where you roam. Here's 20 of the best.
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If you want smash mounth college football, look no further than the SEC, home to the last four national champions. Fittingly, the ascendant football conference has myriad mobile apps for keeping tabs on the clash between Florida's Urban Meyer and Alabama's Nick Saban. The $1.99 Android App from R. Stephens offers rosters and schedules for all 12 teams along with alerts and links to news. The SEC Football Edition for My Pocket Schedules for iPhone/iPod Touch (free for LITE, $0.99 for full features) from SilverTree Technology offers the same functionality, with more refined graphics and is also available for Big 10, Big East, Big 12, ACC, WAC and Big West conferences.
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