It’s the second year of the NCAA’s Early Signing Day with college football teams across the country accepting National Letters of Intent from the class of 2019 months ahead of the traditional February date.
Anyone can communicate a team’s starters. It’s commodity content. Fans will see them on TV. Radio will announce it too. Any media can tweet it. Besides, the lineup will likely change at the first timeout.
Welcome back college football! SkullSparks visited all 130 FBS team social accounts during the first full weekend of action. The level of quality and creativity from college digital and design staff continue to impress.
One of our core missions at SkullSparks is to highlight digital and design talent working behind the scenes across college athletics. We feature football and basketball content regularly but we also want to draw attention to great work from staff promoting additional sports.
Which college football teams are leading the nation in #smsports visual communication? We invited 282 college athletics design and digital staff to share their opinion. After nearly 3,000 votes from across the country, here are their Top 25: