27 Nov 2015, 09:34am by Brian Fremeau
TCU has played much better in the second half of games this year. What other schools have seen dramatic shifts of play after halftime?
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24 Nov 2015, 04:17pm by Brian Fremeau
We ran the numbers based on our drive-based FEI ratings and count down the top 10 hard-to-believe college football upsets of the season to date.
18 Nov 2015, 03:51pm by Brian Fremeau
What impact have turnovers had on the college football season? And what if they all went away?
15 Nov 2015, 08:32pm by Brian Fremeau
Counting down the likelihood that the five remaining undefeated teams and the 10 remaining 1-loss teams can win the rest of their games and stay in the playoff picture.
14 Nov 2015, 07:59am by Brian Fremeau
How well did a given team play on its best day, and which teams have had the best opponent-adjusted victories of the season? Our countdown of the best wins of the season to date in college football feature a number of teams getting a boost from the playoff selection committee.
11 Nov 2015, 12:04am by Brian Fremeau
Michigan State's controversial loss to Nebraska was unusual not only in the controversial nature of the Cornhuskers' winning score, but in that the Spartans were ever in danger of losing at all.
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09 Nov 2015, 11:26pm by Brian Fremeau
This week's rundown not only includes the likelihood each team will win the rest of its regular-season games, but also the likelihood the relevant contenders would win a conference championship game after running the table. Clemson is on cruise control, but everyone else has work to do.
04 Nov 2015, 04:14pm by Brian Fremeau
Notre Dame has played some of the best football of any team this year -- even in their loss to Clemson.
02 Nov 2015, 07:08am by Brian Fremeau
A total of 11 teams remain undefeated through eight weeks of the college football season, and six come from either the Big 12 or the Big Ten.
27 Oct 2015, 09:40pm by Brian Fremeau
The Clemson Tigers scored a touchdown on every meaningful possession against Miami, except for one three-and-out. Is that kind of boom-and-bust production typical?