Michael Penix and Indiana won a thriller against Penn State on Saturday, but does that really mean they were the better team? Brian Fremeau shows how the Nittany Lions dominated the action for most of the game and will probably be the stronger Big Ten contender going forward.
CJ Marable and Coastal Carolina are 3-0. Notre Dame is 4-0. Brian Fremeau looks at strength of schedule in this weird, weird season and explains why the Chanticleers' record is more impressive than that of the Fighting Irish.
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Brian Fremeau tries to make sense of an especially nonsensical college football season. What's behind the success of Zach Wilson and the BYU Cougars? What has gone so wrong for the Florida State Seminoles?
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So much has changed in college football over the last few months, and so much of it is difficult to measure. But we can measure the change in each team's schedule. Here are updated FEI projections for all 130 teams (including those not scheduled to play) with mean win projections and odds of making the CFP based on current schedules.
Which victory was more impressive: LSU's 37-10 manhandling of Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, or Notre Dame's 52-20 destruction of Navy in November? Brian Fremeau looks at several different methods of single-game dominance and what it can tell us about a team's season.
Bo Nix and the Auburn Tigers have played the toughest schedule in college football. South Carolina has played the toughest schedule in college football. Texas A&M has played the toughest schedule in college football. These are all true statements, depending on how you measure schedule strength. Brian Fremeau explains.
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