I'd like to thank the folks at Skyhorse Publishing for sending me a copy of The USA Today College Football Encyclopedia. With a picture of last season's BCS Title Game between LSU and Ohio State on the cover, you know it is up to date, and it has 1353 pages of data, game summaries, award winners, etc. etc., dating back to 1953. The development of each season is described, along with the exploits of the outstanding players and coaches.
I get lots of utility from reading monster sports encyclopedias, even in the internet era. The book is marked down from $25 to $15 at Amazon, which makes it a steal for anyone who likes to review sports data in unplugged fashion.