Turnovers -- like Dylan Haines' interception -- played a big part in Texas' dramatic win over Oklahoma last weekend. Brian Fremeau explains how he accounts for turnovers, and how that methodology has changed this year.
Through five games, the Alabama Crimson Tide have been more dominant than any team on record -- so why do they keep dropping in the FEI rankings? Brian Fremeau explains why we won't really know how good the Tide are until November.
Brian Fremeau updates his ratings through Week 4, and looks at which teams have moved up and down since the preseason. On the rise: LSU, North Texas, and Buffalo. Underperforming expectations: Florida State and Louisville.
Terrence Horne had a pair of touchdowns on kickoff returns in South Florida's 49-38 win over Georgia Tech in Week 2. Brian Fremeau looks at the NCAA's new rules on kickoff returns and says that games like Horne's will be a lot less common in 2018.
The biggest play in college football last weekend might have been when Clemson's K'von Wallace knocked the ball out of Texas A&M receiver Quartney Davis' hands. Brian Fremeau looks at points lost on fumbles and shows that Wallace's play could not have been more valuable.
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Washington-Auburn, one of the biggest games of Week 1, was largely defined by the scoring difficulties of both teams. Brian Fremeau explains why an offense can fail to score but still get positive value in his methodology.
Which teams' F/+ projections differ the most from the general fan and media preseason consensus? Here we take a look at three college football teams which are forecasted lower than the conventional wisdom would suggest, and two teams that might outperform expectations.
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