14 Nov 2012, 10:27am by Brian Fremeau
FEI still believes that Alabama is the second-best team in the nation, but if Oregon continues to play as well as it has so far against it's tough end-of-season schedule, the Ducks could leapfrog 'Bama.
10 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2012, 9:52pm by Brian Fremeau
06 Nov 2012, 10:25pm by Brian Fremeau
Wins against top-20 and top-40 opponents clearly mean something, but they don't present the entire picture.
4 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2012, 3:31pm by Happy Fun Paul
31 Oct 2012, 11:04am by Brian Fremeau
Four teams remain as legitimate title contenders. Which has been the most impressive to date? Who has passed the eyeball test?
11 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2012, 1:12pm by Richard Norwood
24 Oct 2012, 11:23am by Brian Fremeau
Kansas State takes over the top FEI spot, and has already passed its two toughest tests with flying colors.
9 comments, Last at 25 Oct 2012, 1:44pm by Brian Fremeau
17 Oct 2012, 11:27am by Brian Fremeau
Alabama and Florida are at the top of the BCS and the FEI ratings this week. Plus, Brian Fremeau introduces a new way to visualize game splits for the No.1 Alabama Crimson Tide.
9 comments, Last at 18 Oct 2012, 8:33am by latvinga
11 Oct 2012, 12:00pm by Brian Fremeau
West Virginia is No. 1 thanks to its Big 12 schedule, and could Alabama's strength of schedule actually hold it back if it loses a game?
8 comments, Last at 12 Oct 2012, 5:50pm by cfn_ms
03 Oct 2012, 10:10am by Brian Fremeau
Ohio State overcame turnover troubles to knock off Michigan State, and Georgia overcame a big field position deficit to beat Tennessee.
5 comments, Last at 07 Oct 2012, 9:48pm by Walshmobile
25 Sep 2012, 11:01pm by Brian Fremeau
FEI puts Florida State in the driver's seat, but cautions that four weeks does not mean that they are "back."
6 comments, Last at 27 Sep 2012, 1:50pm by tsmonk
19 Sep 2012, 10:49am by Brian Fremeau
Which team in college football has done the most to increase its projected mean wins so far? Would you believe Alabama?
12 Sep 2012, 10:32am by Brian Fremeau
Does moving touchbacks up to the 25-yard line in college football make them any less desirable? Brian Fremeau investigates.