College football power ratings and analysis
If we asked the teams themselves to vote on a College Football Playoff field, Clemson might find itself on the outside looking in.
TCU has played much better in the second half of games this year. What other schools have seen dramatic shifts of play after halftime?
What impact have turnovers had on the college football season? And what if they all went away?
Michigan State's controversial loss to Nebraska was unusual not only in the controversial nature of the Cornhuskers' winning score, but in that the Spartans were ever in danger of losing at all.
Notre Dame has played some of the best football of any team this year -- even in their loss to Clemson.
The Clemson Tigers scored a touchdown on every meaningful possession against Miami, except for one three-and-out. Is that kind of boom-and-bust production typical?
We've eliminated all preseason projection data from the FEI ratings, and updated the FEI offense, defense, special teams, and field position stat pages to make the ratings more intuitive and tangible. Thoughts?
Michigan is surging up the FEI ratings, powered by impressive results in a set of possession efficiency stats that have been collecting dust on the shelf for the last 12 years.
The most consistent and complete teams in college football? They might be LSU, Utah, USC, and Michigan.
Utah's huge victory over Oregon in Eugene was the biggest stunner of the year so far, and may have the most lasting impact on the playoff race.