16 Oct 2009, 02:48pm by Bill Connelly
This week: We give more extremely accurate S&P+ upset picks and rant about the Bobby Bowden saga.
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14 Oct 2009, 06:02pm by Bill Connelly
This week's college football feature for ESPN Insider previews this weekend's big battle between USC and Notre Dame.
09 Oct 2009, 04:00pm by Bill Connelly
As October takes hold, the story lines of the college football season become clear. Bill Connelly maps them out in this week's Varsity Numbers.
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02 Oct 2009, 01:01pm by Bill Connelly
LSU and Mississippi State headline the new Box Score of the Week feature. Plus: Teams on the rise and fall, and other random goodies.
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25 Sep 2009, 10:45am by Bill Connelly
Has USC fallen much from its loss to Washington? How do the 120 FBS schools rank in play-by-play ratings after three weeks? And how do S&P ratings differ from FEI?
13 comments, Last at 28 Sep 2009, 12:57pm by DaninPhilly
23 Sep 2009, 02:46pm by Bill Connelly
This week's college football feature for ESPN Insider looks at four early-season surprises: Cincinnati, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Missouri.
18 Sep 2009, 11:20am by Bill Connelly
Of all the early season surprises, few have been quite as jarring as Auburn's punishing, competent offense. Bill Connelly takes a look at offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn's early miracle work and the SEC West race.
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11 Sep 2009, 11:06am by Bill Connelly
Does the Notre Dame-Michigan game have meaning for the first time in three years? Bill Connelly investigates.
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10 Sep 2009, 03:55pm by Bill Connelly
Who is college football's best safety: Eric Berry of Tennessee, or Taylor Mays of USC?
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04 Sep 2009, 04:35pm by Bill Connelly
We know that turnover margins can swing like a pendulum from one year to another, but what if we apply an actual point value to year-to-year swings in turnover costliness? Bill Connelly investigates.
3 comments, Last at 03 Sep 2011, 9:08pm by MalloryRay