For students majoring in breakdown of college football play-by-play
With the college football season reaching its midpoint, Bill Connelly looks at what Adjusted Score can tell us about teams' week-to-week performances and the college football landscape.
We now live in a world where the pollsters are ignoring an incredibly strong Notre Dame team. Bill Connelly investigates how this could have happened.
What can we learn about the 2011 college football season from targets-and-catches data? Bill Connelly takes a look.
Bill Connelly takes a look at this season's early surprises and some serious moves in the F/+ rankings.
The Big 12 is performing quite well on the field this year, but with all of the instability and drama surrounding conference realignment, it is hard to notice, writes Bill Connelly.
Is there a line between being pass-heavy and passing too much? Will it cost Oklahoma in Tallahassee this weekend? Bill Connelly takes a look.
Bill Connelly relishes the history of some of this weekend's games and makes an announcement.
Bill Connelly looks back at the lessons he learned about college football this summer.
Bill Connelly looks at the potential impact of Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano's proposal to eliminate kickoffs from college football.
In the latest Varsity Numbers, Bill Connelly revisits Adjusted POE, Highlight Yards and Speed Score, and looks at how they can predict running backs' success in the pros.