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Giles Jackson's 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was one of many important special teams plays in Michigan's 48-42 triple-overtime win over Rutgers. Brian Fremeau checks the numbers to see if performance in the kicking game has really been that bad in 2020.
The craziest, most unpredictable college football of our lives has left us with a surprising top four of ... Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, and Ohio State. Brian Fremeau breaks down the numbers to see if the results of 2020 have really been that difficult to forecast.
Thanks in large part to a fumble-return touchdown by linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeated the Clemson Tigers last weekend despite going nearly an hour of game time without an offensive touchdown. Brian Fremeau looks at Notre Dame and other teams that have played with a lead more often than not, and ponders the effects of schedule strength in this strange college football season.
Another week in college football, another round of questions about how to handle this bizarre season. How do you evaluate teams such as Wisconsin, that have played only one game? What about Pac-12 and MAC teams that are only just getting started? And what can preseason projections tell us about BYU and LSU?