27 Aug 2010, 02:55pm by Brian Fremeau
In the latest college article on ESPN Insider, Brian Fremeau explains how someone from the Big Ten's big four (Iowa, Penn State, Ohio State, Wisconsin) has a very good opportunity of running the table and making the BCS championship game.
2 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2010, 3:37am by cfn_ms
25 Aug 2010, 03:03pm by Brian Fremeau
How healthy is your favorite college football program right now? Brian Fremeau's Approximated Program Power ratings have a strong relationship with championship contention and recruiting prowess. That can't be a coincidence, right?
16 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2011, 2:47pm by Kirt O
20 Aug 2010, 12:54pm by Brian Fremeau
Boston College ranks 15th nationally in winning percentage since 2000, ahead of a least a dozen other high profile programs that are generally considered to be "better" than the Eagles. What's up with that? In our latest ESPN Insider feature, Brian Fremeau digs into the numbers and finds BC to be unmatched among AQ teams in terms of consistency. There is no safer bet than BC to win 8 or 9 games, but can they take the next step and win an ACC title?
09 Aug 2010, 02:18pm by Brian Fremeau
At Insider, we take a look at which one-sided college rivalries are most likely to flip this season. Auburn could end a couple of streaks.
2 comments, Last at 12 Aug 2010, 9:48pm by Brian Fremeau
19 Jul 2010, 12:12pm by Brian Fremeau
We sat down with the Notre Dame blog Clashmore Mike to answer a few questions about our projections for the Fighting Irish and other teams around the nation.
2 comments, Last at 19 Jul 2010, 1:49pm by Brian Fremeau
02 Jul 2010, 06:23pm by Brian Fremeau
With the release of College Football Almanac 2010, we take a look at the success of the F/+ projection formula against the 2009 schedule.
11 comments, Last at 13 Jul 2010, 7:50pm by John
18 Jun 2010, 12:12am by Brian Fremeau
Will Utah be an immediate Pac-10 title contender, or will it struggle in its transition from the Mountain West?
1 comment, Last at 22 Jun 2010, 12:53pm by zlionsfan
15 Jun 2010, 01:08pm by Brian Fremeau
With the departure of Nebraska and Colorado, the Big 12 is making plans to play a nine-game round-robin schedule and forego a conference championship game. That ought to make the road to a title for Texas or Oklahoma a bit easier. But how much easier? Brian Fremeau discovers that aside from last season, the conference championship path wouldn't have been much different for the Big 12 elite.
1 comment, Last at 15 Jun 2010, 6:37pm by loneweasel
15 Jun 2010, 11:32am by Brian Fremeau
There are plenty of other factors in play in Nebraska's move to the Big Ten, but what might the effect be on its football team's wins and losses?
4 comments, Last at 16 Jun 2010, 4:15pm by DisplacedPackerFan
14 Jun 2010, 08:28pm by Brian Fremeau
The reign of superconferences will have to hold off for a little bit longer. In the last 24 hours, the impending implosion of the Big 12 was unexpectedly defused. The Texas Longhorns aren't going anywhere, and all indications suggest Texas A&M is staying put as well. Fox Sports has reportedly offered a richer TV rights package to the 10-member Big 12 than anyone had anticipated (or fathomed). Texas will take home most of those spoils, but everyone else in the conference -- especially the Big 12 northerners who stood to lose most in the Pac-16 scenario -- have to be satisfied as well.
108 comments, Last at 18 Jun 2010, 6:33am by Robbie