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    Awesome website for college football...

    College Football Research Center. This will help you win arguments on the internet. Which will, in turn, make you famous and attractive to members of the opposite sex.



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    Re: Awesome website for college football...

    Pretty interesting, how are all the ratings and what not calculated?

    Pegs Notre Dame as the best program of all-time and the '71 Huskers as the best team of all time. Looks like the highest we've gotten is #66 after beating Iowa.

    This week's matchup: #41 K-State V.S. #86 ISU.



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    Re: Awesome website for college football...

    Quote Originally Posted by price26 View Post
    Pretty interesting, how are all the ratings and what not calculated?

    Pegs Notre Dame as the best program of all-time and the '71 Huskers as the best team of all time. Looks like the highest we've gotten is #66 after beating Iowa.

    This week's matchup: #41 K-State V.S. #86 ISU.
    I believe that page is actually Richard Billingsley's page. His poll is one of the computer polls used by the BCS. All of the computer polls use different methodology to determine who the best team is. Those results are all kinda "averaged" together to get the computer ranking. Billingsley talks about his system here.

    Anyway, the links at the top of his page to the different polls are pretty interesting. The Colley Matrix is pretty interesting too, especially the conference comparisons.



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