30 Oct 2012, 08:50pm by Brian Fremeau
Alabama, Oregon, and Notre Dame are probably going to grab the headlines down the stretch, but Kansas State may have the best statistical profile to date.
1 comment, Last at 30 Oct 2012, 11:41pm by Mr. X
23 Oct 2012, 01:14pm by Brian Fremeau
What is the likelihood of each BCS top-five team remaining undefeated, and which statistics may reveal their vulnerabilities down the stretch?
20 comments, Last at 17 Apr 2013, 11:25pm by fred
17 Oct 2012, 12:25pm by Brian Fremeau
Which current one-loss teams might actually have a chance of running the table the rest of the way and sneaking back into the national championship picture?
10 comments, Last at 07 May 2013, 5:11pm by soiudesidu
09 Oct 2012, 12:48pm by Brian Fremeau
South Carolina, Notre Dame, West Virginia, Florida, and Mississippi State are in the midst of or about to face the toughest stretches in their regular season schedules. Who will survive?
02 Oct 2012, 10:50am by Brian Fremeau
LSU is undefeated and has one of the top defenses statistically in college football. But something's not quite clicking yet for these Tigers, and they're a good candidate to be the next top-10 team to lose
25 Sep 2012, 09:41pm by Brian Fremeau
How do Alabama, Oregon, LSU, Florida State, and Georgia compare statistically with recent national contenders?
1 comment, Last at 05 Oct 2012, 3:10am by Frank
18 Sep 2012, 08:25pm by Brian Fremeau
When teams do play better at home, what does it mean? Let's take a closer look at home game efficiency splits for Oregon, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, and Florida State heading into their showdown match-ups this weekend.
5 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2012, 1:55pm by bravehoptoad
11 Sep 2012, 09:37pm by Brian Fremeau
Arkansas, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, and Nebraska hope to recover after an upset loss this past weekend. Which one has the best shot at doing so?
04 Sep 2012, 11:09am by Brian Fremeau
Notre Dame, Ohio, and Nebraska were big winners over the weekend in terms of season long win projections.
2 comments, Last at 05 Sep 2012, 10:48am by mareeno13
27 Aug 2012, 07:37pm by Brian Fremeau
Breaking down the season into five week stages, we can project who might top the polls at various points in the year, a function not only of team power but also each team's particular high and low schedule points.