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  1. The one (and pretty much only) thing I've always given Riley credit for was putting an end to the fumbling saga. 2012 - 22 fumbles lost 2013 - 16 2014 - 13 2015 - 6 2016 - 5 2017 - 2
  2. The 2018 stats have conference championship games figured in but that's about the only difference and didn't likely make much of one besides. I personally wonder how much of a difference Stanley Morgan made in looking at some of these figures. The numbers are percentile ratings of the stats from now (given first) and then (2018 season). PASSING DEFENSE comp/g: 86 in 2019 to 30 in 2018 pct: 61 to 81 yds/att: 86 to 71 td/g: 83 to 70 qb rating: 79 to 76 yds/g: 93 to 34 PASSING OFFENSE comp/g: 32 to 79 pct: 53 to 79 yds/att: 46
  3. Based on the average stats of the teams they faced (calculated by taking the average of their opponents' overall percentile rankings correlating to what I share weekly in the nat'l rankings post), these are the SOS rankings for all the FBS conference teams (and, as usual, in fine print you have to click on to enlarge in a separate tab to read): p.s. - On the plus side, we've played a tougher schedule than Iowa per my very basic calculation here. p.p.s. - I should have mentioned before that this only takes into consideration what games have been played to date. Mi
  4. I don't care about the trophies so much as not allowing the streak Iowa has to continue. Does anyone else remember the Iron Bowl t-shirts Auburn wore back when they had lost to Alabama four games in a row? I distinctly remember some tiger on them with a caption of, "Stop the Thumb." I admire the level of commitment to drama and football alike in those parts of our country.
  5. The numbers are averages of average percentiles for figures from the following statistical categories (as appropriate): pass d/o; rush d/o; scoring d/o; total d/o; and turnover margin. You can click on the data cells pasted below a couple of times to make them more legible but I think it opens up another tab in your browser in my experience, at least. You get what you pay for, I guess, but I'll take any free advice as to how I might be using the board wrong also. B1G Overall National Rankings Overall Defensive Rankings
  6. Just like every week, I'm only considering stats from conference games. The numbers are percentile rankings (such that 100 is the best rating you can get and 0 the worst). No adjustment has been made to reflect strength of schedule differences. NU vs. Iowa Passing Defense completions allowed per game: 80 (NU) to 61 (Hawkeyes) completion percentage allowed: 48 to 80 yards per attempt allowed: 77 to 95 touchdowns per game allowed: 76 to 90 qb rating allowed: 67 to 9
  7. Congrats on being the latest Husker fan to crack on the presentation of my calculations' results (likely without reading what I wrote about it)! p.s. - Can someone help me out with a .gif depicting a deceased horse, in an open box resting on discarded gift wrapping paper, being subjected to both an oral inspection and a savage beating?
  8. The numbers are averages of average percentiles for figures from the following statistical categories (as appropriate): pass d/o; rush d/o; scoring d/o; total d/o; and turnover margin. You can click on the data cells pasted below a couple of times to make them more legible but I think it opens up another tab in your browser in my experience, at least. You get what you pay for, I guess, but I'll take any free advice as to how I might be using the board wrong also. B1G Overall National Rankings Overall Defensive Rankings Overall
  9. Just like every week, I'm only considering stats from conference games. The numbers are percentile rankings (such that 100 is the best rating you can get and 0 the worst). No adjustment has been made to reflect strength of schedule differences. NU vs. MD Passing Defense completions allowed per game: 66 (NU) to 10 (Terps) completion percentage allowed: 29 to 9 yards per attempt allowed: 63 to 18 touchdowns per game allowed: 65 to 23 qb rating allowed: 51 to 15 yards per game allow
  10. They're all percentiles. Wisconsin has 7 passing TD's in conference play while Nebraska has 4. I average percentile scores in my other weekly post devoted to all conference teams and the P5 conferences themselves in FBS. p.s. - The fumbling is what surprised me last year when I bet Wisconsin against Northwestern and they took Taylor out at half because he had at least three or so... Hornibrook was diagnosed (or suffered) with a concussion after I placed that one, too. I'd like to see another ugly game from them this weekend but don't suppose we get that lucky.
  11. The numbers are averages of average percentiles for figures from the following statistical categories (as appropriate): pass d/o; rush d/o; scoring d/o; total d/o; and turnover margin. You can click on the data cells pasted below a couple of times to make them more legible but I think it opens up another tab in your browser in my experience, at least. You get what you pay for, I guess, but I'll take any free advice as to how I might be using the board wrong also. B1G Considering we're 4th in RO and fifth in TO, it sort of speaks to how we've managed to move the
  12. Just like every week, I'm only considering stats from conference games. The numbers are percentile rankings (such that 100 is the best rating you can get and 0 the worst). No adjustment has been made to reflect strength of schedule differences. NU vs. UW Passing Defense completions allowed per game: 56 (NU) to 92 (Ferocious Animals) completion percentage allowed: 27 to 99 yards per attempt allowed: 65 to 91 touchdowns per game allowed: 59 to 59 qb rating allowed: 52 to 92 yards per game allowed: 74 to 86
  13. Bored so I'm adding the conference rankings, based on the average averages for all the usual categories I'm tracking...
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