Monthly Archives: May 2011

2011 Conference Predictions – Big XII

After all of the Jim Tressel hooplah, we’re releasing something completely unrelated, as in, the Big XII projections today. Now, with 10 teams, and no championship game, it might be a tad easier to make it to a national championship … Continue reading

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Jim Tressel Resigns – What’s Next?

This might not be the most stat based post I’ve ever done, but I think it’s fitting. As most of you who read this know by now, Jim Tressel has resigned as head football coach of Ohio State. Tressel, who … Continue reading

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2011 Conference Predictions – ACC

Memorial Day Weekend? Darn, only 3 more months till college football season. Hopefully, this post will cure your ills, at least for a bit. Today, the ACC is the one who we’re going to do today. Again, the numbers at … Continue reading

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2011 Conference Predictions – Big East

Big East up on deck today, and it might be the most volatile conference I’ve done so far. Let’s just say, you’ll be surprised at how far UConn falls this year. Here you are. Notes. I think most are expecting … Continue reading

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2011 Conference Predictions – Pac-12

Today, the Pac-12 gets the love from TKQ, and we’ve got the projected 2011 wins for you. First off, a bit of an explanation (again) about how this works. The number at the side of the chart is a team’s … Continue reading

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Building An Ultimate QB Projection System – Part 1

Maybe, I’m a little crazy. However, the reason I got into statistical research of football is to see where a player’s true value actually is, and to see if, somewhere down the line, I could build a projection system that … Continue reading

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2011 Conference Predictions – Big Ten

Today’s conference prediction will center on the new Big Ten alignment. Again, this is not what I project the actual records to be, it’s an approximation of the talent level a team has. In short, it’s a non-formalized power rating … Continue reading

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