College Football Playoff Rankings II: The Better Late Than Never (I Guess) Edition

I was preoccupied with something or another (Call of Duty maybe?) on Tuesday when the rankings came out. I have forgotten to write something since then, so I figured why not now? There were a few very good games this … Continue reading College Football Playoff Rankings II: The Better Late Than Never (I Guess) Edition

College Football Playoff: Instant Impressions

At 4:30 Pacific, the College Football Selection Committee released their first draft of who they believe are the Top 25 teams in the nation. There were some surprises, some no-brainers, but the best part of the rankings being released was the first glimpse into the decision process of the CFB Playoff Committee. On their website, it is mentioned that the committee will emphasize head-to-head wins between teams, strength of schedule (SOS), conference champions, and record versus common opponents. The following are the rankings from the CFB Selection Committee and the AP Poll. The rankings on the left signify the new-era … Continue reading College Football Playoff: Instant Impressions

SEC Strength, or Lack Thereof? (Final Segment)

This is a three part series addressing the SEC and the perceived dominance over college football. The other two parts are linked below: East Edition West Edition ————————————————————————————— So far we have broken down the eastern conference and the western … Continue reading SEC Strength, or Lack Thereof? (Final Segment)