The Wall St Journal should stick to financial news.
College Football's Grid of Shame - WSJ.com
Note the fine price for category rankings.
Woo! Bigger powerhouse than iowa!
We're considered an embarrassing powerhouse then...?
On the Powerhouse side of that axis. After the phone records NCAA self admitted violations, a couple guys with legal problems, I don't think the ranking is on the other axis is crazy. In fact we should be on that side since the cheating was embarrassingly boring.
I remember seeing on here that the teams APR has been really low the last couple years due to the Chiz.
This along with the NCAA violations already mentioned are probably skewing ISU lower.
KF has really built an admirable team over in Iowa City
The interesting one to me was Missouri. Ranked #2 in Admirability, but there is a story soon to come out that FB tutoring program was chock full of girls hooking up with the players, and eventually one of the girls was raped off campus. Player was dismissed from team, but how is that admirable in any way?
And probably just a couple years. This is why Penn State is lowest of the low. That was huge over a year ago.
I didn't notice it at first, but I loved that Penn State was off the charts in embarrassment.
we are listed as Iowa if you move over the ISU logo
How is Iowa State more embarrassing than Kansas?
The x axis is on the field success, the y axis is off the field success.