The best way to watch football this year is to watch the games on TV via cable or satellite.
But you may have a better option for watching football on your mobile device.
The first-ever College Football Scoreboard app has been developed by Stanford and the NCAA, and it’s going to be available for download soon for free on Google Play and iOS and Android.
The app will be available in the Apple App Store and Google Play in the coming days.
The app is essentially a way to view the college football scorecards from a variety of sources.
The NFL scorecard has been around for years, but the college games themselves are getting new updates and improvements, according to a Google spokesperson.
The new app will add scores from CBS Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports, Fox College Sports, ABC, ESPN Radio and other sources.
It’s not clear what the scorecards will look like or how they’ll be displayed.
The first thing to know about the app is that it is essentially just a way for you to view college football scores on your phone.
It will not work on an Apple TV or Android TV, though.
This is where Google comes in.
The company’s VP of Mobile Apps, Dan Ozanian, said the goal with the app was to provide fans with access to scores from all the major television networks and radio stations and add some other interesting data sources.
In addition to providing the scorecard scores, the app will include a list of college football games and a ranking of teams by the ratings of the broadcast networks.
This will be useful for fans who want to see which teams are doing well and which ones are struggling.
The apps will work on both iOS and Google Android devices.
Ozanien told Mashable that it will be very simple to download and install, but he did not have an exact release date yet.
The iOS version will have a very basic user interface and a few features, including the ability to add a search term and a button to view games from the top of the screen.
The Google Play version of the app, which is in the works, will have more of a professional feel.
It’ll also be able to sync scores from different sources and use them as the basis for ranking the teams.
Google is still looking to hire a content writer to help the app grow.
The team at Stanford said in a statement that it wanted to create a scorecard app that is accessible to fans without the need for a smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device that will need to be tethered to the TV.
The team says that the app’s design will also make it easy for fans to keep track of how well they’re doing.
It plans to release an app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices sometime this year.