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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Thanks in part to Terrace Marshall's touchdown in the second quarter, the LSU Tigers led Alabama 33-13 at halftime. Does that say more about the performance of the two teams than Alabama's frantic near-comeback in the second half?
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The Oregon Ducks gained about as many yards as the USC Trojans last weekend, but still came away with a blowout 56-24 win. Brian Fremeau explains why that game was closer than you think, and why we should take return touchdowns with a grain of salt.
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Oregon opened its season with a loss to Auburn. Led by Isaac Slade-Matautia and a stout defense, they haven't lost since. Brian Fremeau looks at the Ducks and other teams that have overcome early setbacks to fight their way into the playoff picture.