Bill Connelly says goodbye to the 2015 college football season ... and says goodbye to Varsity Numbers.
Michigan State couldn't finish a drive to save its life for three quarters against Iowa. And then Spartans engaged on a nine-minute, 22-play drive that finished in the end zone and sent them to the College Football Playoff. Bill Connelly celebrates this drive and plays with long-drive data.
While waiting for Championship Week carnage to unfold (or, more likely, not), Bill Connelly revisits the precursor to the Five Factors idea: Four Truths.
Which college football teams have the numbers figured out, and which ones seem to have moved far beyond what the numbers are suggesting? Bill Connelly takes a look.
Bill Connelly looks at what radar charts can tell us about college quarterbacks such as Jared Goff and Trevone Boykin.
College football has had a playoff for one year, but people are already clamoring for a larger field. Bill Connelly revisits an old idea that still seems to make quite a bit of sense, and would give Appalachian State a shot at a national title. Wait, what?
Bill Connelly looks at what happens to your college football team when your success on passing downs is a little bit too good.
Consistency isn't always a good thing, but it would be nice if Texas would just decide if it wanted to be a good or bad team and stuck with it.
How much do we tend to know after five weeks? Bill Connelly compares five-week data to full-season data to find out if we should be worried about TCU and Baylor.